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Routt County in photos: April 6

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Missed the Boat band members, from left, Pat Waters, Peter Hall, Bryan Joyce, Andrew Henry, Ryan Cox (kneeling in front) and Jonathan Huge will play a show Saturday in Gondola Square, next week at Sweetwater Grill and on May 24 at Ghost Ranch. Photo by John F. Russell

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A downed power line sparked a small fire in south Routt County. Crews from four different area departments rushed to put it out. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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A fierce wind Friday takes controls of the water as Oak Creek firefighter Clinton Duncan soaks an area after a downed power line sparked a wild fire in south Routt County. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Oak Creek firefighter Kriss Bergethon blasts water into a smoldering area Friday while fighting fire in south Routt County. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Oak Creek Fire Chief Chuck Wisecup explains a plan to area firefighters on Friday as other crews work to stamp out fire nearby. A downed power line sparked the blaze, which burned 1.3 acres in south Routt County. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Oak Creek firefighter Kriss Bergethon targets some smoldering land with a water hose Friday while fighting fire in south Routt County. A downed power line sparked a fire. It turned out to be small, but with dry conditions, plenty of available fuel, the potential was there for a much larger event. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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About 33 firefighters from Oak Creek, Steamboat Springs and Yampa fire crews responded to the scene of a wildfire near Stagecoach on Friday. The fire has been contained. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Routt County Public Defender Sheryl Uhlmann talks to her client Robert Cash on after he was sentenced Friday to 38 years in prison for attempting to murder his former wife, Rhonda Heaton, on June 11, 2010, at their west Steamboat Springs home. Photo by Matt Stensland

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A dump truck unloads snow Friday at the base of Steamboat Ski Area as visitors to the resort ride Preview chairlift, the day's only available lift. High winds closed the gondola, but that was only a part of the ski area's problems. The resort spent the day trucking in snow from downtown stashes, hoping to pile enough to keep the lifts running through the planned April 15 closing day. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Two sets of skis and seemingly endless empty racks were all that sat in front of the usually hopping Slopeside Grill at noon Friday as a dump truck drives by with a load of snow. Steamboat Ski Area used Friday to truck snow from downtown stashes, hoping to compile up enough to stay open until the planned April 15 closing day. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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A dump truck unloads snow Friday at the base of Steamboat Ski Area as visitors to the resort ride Preview chairlift, the day's only available lift. High winds closed the gondola, but that was only a part of the ski area's problems. The resort spent the day trucking in snow from downtown stashes, hoping to pile enough to keep the lifts running through the planned April 15 closing day. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Matt Gantick and Jim Burrow announce the Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse game for ESPN The Bench. Submitted by Shannon Lukens Shannon Lukens / Courtesy

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Barn rainbow. Submitted by Jim Wachsman Jim Wachsman / Courtesy

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As spring has arrived, after a mild winter, the bald spots are visible on Mt. Werner. Submitted by Bill Dorr Bill Dorr / Courtesy

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As spring has arrived, after a mild winter, the bald spots are visible on Mt. Werner. Submitted by Bill Dorr Bill Dorr / Courtesy

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As spring has arrived, after a mild winter, the bald spots are visible on Mt. Werner. Submitted by Bill Dorr Bill Dorr / Courtesy

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As spring has arrived, after a mild winter, the bald spots are visible on Mt. Werner. Submitted by Bill Dorr Bill Dorr / Courtesy

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A decent horse needs a decent toothpick. Submitted by Karl Gerber Karl Gerber / Courtesy

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Bring in the snow. Submitted by Sam Daniels Sam Daniels / Courtesy

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Battle Mountain’s Sawyer Bluhm tries to poke at Steamboat’s Ben Wharton on Friday in Steamboat Springs. The Sailors won the lacrosse game, 8-5. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat’s Thomas Tarcha looks to dump the ball Friday during the Sailors 8-5 win against Battle Mountain. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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