Steamboat Today's top 10 photos during 2010

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Husband and wife Matt Morrill and Jenna Gruben Morrill hug after she won the women's division of the Run Rabbit Run Steamboat 50 ultra marathon in September 2009. Gruben died Feb. 13 in a car accident on U.S. Highway 40. She was 32.

— Steamboat Pilot & Today photographers traveled to every corner of the state and to British Columbia to bring readers compelling images about what they care about. Steamboat readers also submitted photos that earned hundreds of views on our website. Here are the top 10 most-viewed photos during 2010 from our photographers and readers.

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Connor Solomon, and his mom, Kerry, are thrilled to see snow falling Dec. 6 in downtown Steamboat Springs. A storm front is expected to bring several inches of snow to the area.

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A pair of moose stands near the doorway of a home on Blackberry Lane on Nov. 29. The animals snacked on the trees in the front yard of the home. Randy Hampton, with the Colorado Division of Wildlife, said people should keep their distance from the animals because they can be very dangerous.

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Brooks Kellogg owns this home at 1160 Fairway Woods along the ninth hole at the Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club in Steamboat Springs. Kellogg, a part-time Steamboat resident, is facing a murder-for-hire charge in federal court.

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Brooks Kellogg

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Steamboat Springs police officers and paramedics bring Bob Cash out of his home June 11 after police secured the scene. Police say Cash shot his wife and then himself. Both were transported to the hospital and were conscious and breathing.

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Local pilot Jack Dysart flies his plane over the rugged mountain peaks of North Routt County and the Zirkel Wilderness Area. Dysart built the Lancair 360 in about 10 years.

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A bear cub returns June 9 to the kitchen window where it gained entry to the Arlene and Mike Zopf home in Dakota Ridge. This time the window was locked.

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Skiers on Storm Peak on January 31, 2009, found packed powder and sugar-frosted spruce trees.

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Emergency responders work at the scene of rollover accident May 8 along Routt County Road 80 about two miles north of Hayden. Hayden resident Kimberly Fournier was killed in the crash.

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