Business File for June 17

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— Prudential gets top honors in region

Prudential Steamboat Realty was recognized as a top company performer in the first quarter of 2007. Prudential Steamboat was the top office in the 14-state central region in terms of sales volume.

"We could not be more pleased with these accomplishments in the first quarter," broker and owner Cam Boyd said. "The success achieved in 2006 set a very high bar for the agents here, and we are most certainly slated to break that record."

In individual awards, Pam Vanatta took first place for her sales volume in the first quarter, with Chad Fleisher coming in second.

Salt Lake flights largely empty for first few days

Flights between Salt Lake City and Yampa Valley Regional Airport that began June 7 were largely empty in their first five days of operation, according to statistics provided by airport staff.

The first 15 flights between the two locations averaged a capacity of 23.6 percent. The twice-daily flights are offered through Delta Airlines and are flown on Bombardier CRJ-200 and Embraer ERJ-145 airplanes, both of which have 50-passenger capacities.

The largest flight in the first five days was a June 11 flight from Salt Lake City to Hayden that arrived at 10:10 p.m. and had a load of 24 passengers, YVRA airport manager Dave Ruppel said. The smallest flight was a June 9 flight from Salt Lake City to Hayden that arrived at 10:10 p.m. and had a load of four passengers.

Archuleta marks 20 years on job

Vickie Archuleta, of Hayden, recently was recognized by management at the Holiday Inn of Steamboat Springs for 20 years of employment.

General Manager Barbara Robinson presented Archuleta with a sapphire anniversary pin for her service to the hotel's housekeeping department. She has been a supervisor and assistant executive housekeeper at the Holiday Inn.

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