Bryna Larsen is the publisher of the Steamboat Pilot & Today. She has worked for the newspaper since December 1996.
Bryna has a bachelor of arts degree in political science with minors in English and history from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is from Plattsmouth, Neb.
The new Colorado State Park Headquarters on the Yampa River is scheduled to open May 19, even though continuing problems with a wastewater treatment and distribution system are holding up the project's completion.
After three decades of teaching English and social studies to Hayden's seventh- and eighth-graders, Lucy Rickman is saying goodbye. The much-loved teacher is retiring this month.
Like the rest of the nation, Routt County's tight labor market loosened a bit last month when some senior citizens were granted more freedom to make money without jeopardizing their social security benefits.
Walking the Plank
The responsibility that comes from holding a job and the skills acquired at an early age are elements that stay with the child throughout life.
Local 111 suing electrical co-op over employment of 'conspirators'
Yampa Valley Electric Association workers who are refusing to pay monthly union dues are in a heated legal battle with their union, and the judge's final decision in the case could mean they will lose their jobs.
With the mountain closed and spring in the air, residents are gearing up for one of the best times of the year in Routt County summer. The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association staff has been putting together a summer events calender that they hope will not only invite tourists to the area, but will provide events residents will enjoy. The summer season will be kicked off in June and programs are schedule through September.
Bird watchers and wildlife enthusiasts are urged to grab their binoculars and join the Hayden Chamber of Commerce Sunday morning for a sharp-tailed grouse bird-watching event.
There was a full house at the Hayden Town Board meeting on Thursday night as a group calling themselves "Concerned Citizens for a More Healthy Community," presented their case for curtailing teen-age smoking in the town.
To quote Martha Stewart, "planting trees is a good thing."
Chuck Grobe, Richard Hagins and Charlie Epp will all seek re-election to the West Routt Fire Protection District board of directors on Tuesday. Ross Fralick, Susan DeBowes, Bob Preator and Ed Hockin will challenge the incumbents for four open seats.