COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BOARD MEETS TOMORROW

The Copper Mountain College Board will meet in regular session tomorrow. Reorganization, committee assignments, and where to spend money are all on the agenda. Reporter Mike Lipsitz takes a closer look… The regular monthly meeting of the Copper Mountain College Board of Trustees begins at 3 p.m. tomorrow with a

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE STUDENT SHOW OPENS AT GLASS OUTHOUSE SATURDAY

Copper Mountain College student artists will be featured next month at the Glass Outhouse Gallery east of Twentynine Palms. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says a reception will be held this Sunday… Called “dazzling” and “eclectic” visual art of the Copper Mountain College student art show will be on exhibit at the

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AVIATION MONTH EVENT AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE THURSDAY

This is Aviation Month and Copper Mountain College is inviting you to a special presentation this Thursday. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has your invitation… Copper Mountain College commemorates National Aviation Month with a lecture from retired Col. Dr. Dean Hunter on Thursday, November 21 from noon to 1 p.m. in the

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BOARD MEETS TOMORROW, VOTING FOR STUDENT REP ON AGENDA

The Copper Mountain College Board will meet tomorrow. Reporter Mike Lipsitz checks the agenda… The regular monthly meeting of the Copper Mountain College Board of Trustees begins at 3 p.m. tomorrow. Topping the action agenda is a possible decision on whether or not to grant voting privileges to the Student

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE HONORS VETERANS TOMORROW

On Veteran’s Day, we pause to honor those who served and those who made the ultimate sacrifice for the nation. Join Copper Mountain College at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow in in Bruce’s Coyote Kitchen to honor our veterans and all who serve today. CMC Superintendent/ President Dr. Roger Wagner will speak.

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VETERANS INFORMATION SEMINAR THURSDAY AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

The DAV (Disabled American Veterans) Morongo Basin Chapter #60 is hosting an informational seminar for all Veterans, their dependents and caregivers THIS Thursday, November 7, at 9 a.m. at the Copper Mountain College Bell Center. The information seminar will be followed by the Mobile Service Office until 3 p.m. where

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ROTARY CLUBS RAFFLING OFF A NEW HARLEY

The combined Rotary Clubs of the Morongo Basin are raffling off a new Harley-Davidson Motorcycle to benefit Copper Mountain College. Reporter Mike Lipsitz tells you how to get tickets… If you’ve been lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the brand new Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail motorcycle traveling about the Basin

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FIVE CMC STUDENTS FINISH LOCAL INTERNSHIPS

The Copper Mountain College Community Partners program is seeing success with five more interns completing. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has the kudos… Some five Copper Mountain College students recently completed the 100-hour Community Partners Internship Program. Sarah Gardiner and Darin Sandin interned at Parrten Products; Dustin Freeman spent his 100 hours

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“DEATH CAFÉ” AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE FRIDAY

A fascinating look at heath and dying is planned for this week at Copper Mountain College. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says the “Death Café” opens Friday…. The Copper Mountain College course, “Perspectives on Death and Dying” has been enlivened by a guests including coroners, funeral directors, embalmers, florists, musicians, chaplains, counselors,

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE CONCERT TO CELEBRATE HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

Copper Mountain College will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month this Thursday with a special concert. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has your invitation… October is National Hispanic Heritage Month and Copper Mountain College will celebrate with the lively sounds of Machin, at a brown bag concert event October 17 from noon to 1

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BOARD MEETS TOMORROW, STUDENT VOTING PRIVILEGES ON AGENDA

The Copper Mountain College Board meets tomorrow. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says the big question is on the agenda is… Should the student trustee on the Copper Mountain College Board of Trustees have voting privileges? That is the topic of discussion at tomorrow’s 2:30 board of trustees study session. That discussion

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE JOB SEARCH WORKSHOP SET FOR THIS THURSDAY

Copper Mountain College in inviting you to a series of job search workshops this Thursday, Reporter Mike Lipsitz has details… A series of workshops on resumes, job search techniques, interview skills, and professionalism at work is being offered by the Business Honor Society at Copper Mountain College. The free workshops

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165 TO GRADUATE FROM COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE FRIDAY NIGHT, NURSES TOMORROW

Copper Mountain College will pin nurses Thursday and hold commencement ceremonies Friday. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has details…..

Copper Mountain College will pin Spring 2013 graduates of the Vocational Nursing and Registered Nursing Program during a ceremony at 6 p.m. tomorrow night in the Bell Center Gym. Commencement for 2013′s graduates

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TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR AWARDED CMC GREENLEAF SCHOLARSHIP

A Twentynine Palms High School senior was chosen to receive the Copper Mountain College Foundation’s Greenleaf scholarship. The scholarship will pay for Aiden Smith’s tuition, books, fees, and living expenses while he is a student at Copper Mountain College, and will follow Aiden when he transfers to a four-year school

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE PLANS EARTH DAY ACTIVITIES NEXT WEEK

A busy next week for Copper Mountain College is planned as they celebrate Earth Day. Reporter Mike Lipsitz takes a look at the activities… Copper Mountain College plans a variety of activities leading up to Earth Day, April 22. Students with Abilities will host a Recycling Drive the week of

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FIELD SEMINAR ON THE DESERT TORTOISE SATURDAY

A unique opportunity to learn more about our beloved desert tortoises, up close and personal from the experts. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has more on a field seminar this Saturday…… With the existence of the desert tortoise threatened with extinction, Copper Mountain College and the Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National

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JOB FAIR SET AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE NEXT MONTH, PARTICIPANTS SOUGHT

Employers and community organizations are being urged to participate in a community resource and job fair at Copper Mountain College next month. Managing Editor Tami Roleff has more… The County Workforce Investment Board will hold a free job and community resource fair, Thursday, April 25, at Copper Mountain College. Employers

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TORTOISE FIELD CLASS

Desert residents are fascinated by our native tortoises. Managing Editor Tami Roleff tells about an opportunity to learn about them… Find out more about the threatened desert tortoise during a field seminar, hosted by the Desert Institute and Copper Mountain College. Starting in the classroom, Edward LaRue Jr., of the

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EMPLOYERS SOUGHT FOR JOB FAIR PLANNED AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

If you’re a local business, it’s your one-stop opportunity to meet, interview and hire high-quality experienced workers. Reporter Kristy Lockhart has all the details on the county’s upcoming job fair…

Whether you’re looking for a job or looking to hire fulltime or part-time employees, the San Bernardino County job fair

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BOARD MAY BORROW $2.5 MILLION, SET TUITION FEES TOMORROW

The Copper Mountain College Board of Trustees will meet tomorrow afternoon. Reporter Mike Lipsitz said they will consider borrowing 2.5 million dollars and look at non-resident tuition.

Following a closed-door consultation with legal council, the Copper Mountain College Board of Trustees will convene in regular session at 3:00 tomorrow in

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