Laura Trabka is the assistant editor for the Steamboat Pilot & Today. She is in charge of budgeting the daily newspaper and works with reporters on story assignments and editing, and she assists with planning news content for the online and print editions. She started working for the newspaper as a copy editor in August 2009 and then took on the role of evening editor in July 2011. Laura grew up in Muskegon, Mich., where she spent a lot of time enjoying Lake Michigan by sailing, kayaking and lounging on the beach. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from Grand Valley State University in Michigan. While at Grand Valley, she worked as a copy editor, news writer and special sections editor at the student newspaper, the Grand Valley Lanthorn. After graduating in April 2008, she interned on the copy desk for the Kalamazoo Gazette in Michigan and then worked for the Bowling Green Daily News in Kentucky in 2008 and 2009.
Marcia Neal is running against Henry Roman for the 3rd Congressional District seat on the State Board of Education.
Leave it to Steamboat Springs for you to drive an hour outside of town, hike for two hours in the wilderness and still see several people you know along the way. That was the case when my fiance, Erik, and I decided to go on our first backpacking trip in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area.
Five Routt and Moffat County nonprofits were awarded grants after going through six months of professional development training with Yampa Valley Community Foundation and Shell to ultimately come up with a long-term financial plan.
The city of Steamboat Springs released its final May 2014 sales tax report showing a 6 percent increase from sales tax collections in May 2013, a difference of $60,668.
The city of Steamboat Springs released its final February 2014 sales tax report showing a 3.6 percent increase from sales tax collections in February 2013.
On Wednesday night, a group of people will make its way from the Steamboat Springs Police Department to the downtown Routt County Courthouse to bring light to a complex issue. This is the first year Steamboat Springs will host Take Back the Night to raise awareness of sexual violence in the community.
The preliminary February sales tax report released by the city of Steamboat Springs shows the continuing trend of gains, even if just a slight increase.
According to a news release, Platte Valley Companies will acquire the outstanding shares of Mountain Valley Bank and its parent holding company, Mountain Valley Bancshares Inc.
Years of research and sifting through the archives at Tread of Pioneers Museum have led to creating an event that will take participants back in time.
The Banff Mountain Film Festival Radical Reels Tour will host several films ranging from eight to 25 minutes long at the Chief Theater starting at 7 p.m. Sunday.