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Routt County in photos: April 2

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Sunset on March 31. Submitted by: Maryedith Davies

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Sun setting on the Yampa River. Submitted by: Maryedith Davies

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Steamboat Springs senior John Wharton passes the ball to a teammate in the first half of Monday's 13-1 win against Thompson Valley at Gardner Field. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs Sophomore Ben Wharton scoops up a ball in the first half of Monday’s 13-1 win against Thompson Valley at Gardner Field. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs junior Christian Ramirez scoops up a ball in the first half of Monday’s 13-1 win against Thompson Valley at Gardner Field. Photo by John F. Russell

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Dawn Obrecht

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A little fresh snow on the trees. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Sunset photo taken from Seedhouse Road in Clark, looking at Saddle Mountain and Sand Mountain. Submitted by: Diane White-Crane

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From left, Colorado Mountain College’s Students for Africa Club adviser Leslie Gumbrecht poses with students Kenndra Cutsinger, Alex Boyle and Tiffany Russell during a club fundraiser Saturday night at Bud Werner Memorial Library. Photo by Scott Franz

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On April and May evenings, the band of the Milky Way surrounds us in a ring along the horizon. At that time, we are able to peer out of the top of our home galaxy and into the infinity of deep space. What mysteries await us there? Jimmy Westlake / Courtesy

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Steamboat Springs' Ncholas Madden, right, placed third in the junior division at the Canadian National 10-kilometer Nordic combined event Saturday afternoon in Whistler, British Columbia. Matthew Soukup, center, took second, and Rogan Reid, left, won the J2 event. Todd Wilson / Courtesy

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Steamboat Springs’ Adam Loomis, center, poses with Wes Savill, left, and teammate Cliff Field after winning the Canadian National 10-kilometer Nordic combined event Saturday afternoon in Whistler, British Columbia. Savill was second, and Field finished third in the race. Todd Wilson / Courtesy

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Liam Delaney, from Hayden, and his Yampa Valley Feeds hats were a hit with his Uncle Aran's graduating kindergarten class in Tokyo, Japan. Submitted by: Tammie Delaney

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Submitted by: Maryedith Davies

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Snowcat operator John Green pushes snow into piles Monday afternoon at the base of Howelsen Hill. The city piles help prevent snow slides. The city-owned ski area officially closed March 18. Photo by John F. Russell

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