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Routt County in photos: April 7

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West Routt Fire Protection District firefighters were called to an agricultural burn that had gotten out of control Saturday afternoon. The fire was about 3 miles west of Hayden on U.S. Highway 40. The fire has been controlled and crews were putting out hot spots Saturday evening, according to firefighters. Shannon Lukens/courtesy

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Waves crash against the shore of the Stagecoach Reservoir. An April Natural Resources Conservation Service report shows snowpack is down, but the reservoirs are expected to fill without any problems. Photo by John F. Russell

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Waves crash against the shore of the Stagecoach Reservoir. An April Natural Resources Conservation Service report shows snowpack is down, but the reservoirs are expected to fill without any problems. Photo by John F. Russell

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Waves crash against the shore of the Stagecoach Reservoir. An April Natural Resources Conservation Service report shows snowpack is down, but the reservoirs are expected to fill without any problems. Photo by John F. Russell

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Wind whips across the water at Stagecoach Reservoir on Friday afternoon. An April Natural Resources Conservation Service report shows snowpack is down, but the reservoirs are expected to fill without any problems. Photo by John F. Russell

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LIFT-UP of Routt County food bank volunteer Elizabeth Black takes eggs out of a new refrigerator Thursday that was paid for by an Energy Outreach Colorado grant. LIFT-UP was one of two Routt County nonprofits that recently received energy efficiency upgrades through the state program. Photo by Scott Franz

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LIFT-UP of Routt County food bank assistant manager Sage Price shows off a new freezer Thursday that was paid for by an Energy Outreach Colorado grant. LIFT-UP was one of two Routt County nonprofits that recently received energy efficiency upgrades through the state program. Photo by Scott Franz

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One Steamboat Place has seen five closings valued at a combined $7.81 million between March 28 and Monday, bringing the total number of closings for whole-ownership units to 26. Photo by John F. Russell

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Luke Brosterhous is leaving his position as director of instruction at Haymaker Golf Course to fill the same title at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge in Snoqualmie, Wash., just east of Seattle. Photo by John F. Russell

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A portrait of Hayden legend Bobby Robinson graces the former Yampa Valley Feeds mural in the historic Hayden Cooperative Elevator Co. buildings. Patrick and Tammie Delaney now operate the business known as the Hayden Granary there. Photo by Tom Ross

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Patrick and Tammie Delaney, owners of the Hayden Granary, which is housed in the historic grain elevator building, are adapting their business model to emphasize lawn and garden products, as well as pet food. They also host barn dances and special events. Photo by Tom Ross

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The historic Hayden Cooperative Elevator Co. buildings are the tallest landmarks in Hayden. Built in 1915, they have been granted local historic status by Routt County. Photo by Tom Ross

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Ellie Hunt, 2, reaches to deposit an egg in her basket Saturday at the Steamboat Christian Center's Eggstravaganza Easter egg hunt. The event drew a huge crowd of children and plenty of adults to help dig through the hay to find the wealth of eggs. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Mia Satkiewicz, 5, reaches for an egg Saturday morning. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Maizey Bringuel, 4, hunts down an egg Saturday morning at the Steamboat Christian Center's Easter egg hunt. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Lloyd Warner, 4, kicks through a clump of hay looking for any forgotten eggs Saturday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Mayhem erupts after the flag drops during an egg hunt Saturday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Event volunteers got efficient unloading eggs ahead of the next hunt Saturday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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More than just a chance to load up on chocolate, Saturday's Easter egg hunt was an opportunity to look good. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Samantha Coleman, 2, hunts for eggs Saturday morning. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat Springs’ Sydney Bauknecht races a pair of Glenwood defenders for the ball Saturday as the teams battled to a 3-3 tie. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat's Ali Pougiales celebrates a go-ahead goal in the second half of Saturday's game against Glenwood Springs. The score put Steamboat up, 3-2, but didn't give the team the game. It ended in a 3-3 tie. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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The Glenwood Springs High School girls soccer team celebrates a game-tying goal in the final seconds of regulation Saturday as it battled Steamboat Springs. The game ended in a 3-3 tie. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Chris Puleo, front, and his wife, Emma, ride a trail Saturday afternoon near the Mad Creek Barn. Photo by Scott Franz

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Gretchen Sehler staples up a closed sign along Blackmer Drive on Emerald Mountain in Steamboat Springs. Sehler said that snow drifts still cover parts of the trails and that it could be a week or two until they’re ready to ride. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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A few muddy spots on the Mad Creek trail didn’t keep users away Saturday. Photo by Scott Franz

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Tyler Gilman, from right, Sid Howard and Doug Fox race at the Howelsen Hill BMX track Saturday in Steamboat Springs. As the weather grinds the juice out of the last weeks of the ski season, plenty of locals have found other means of entertainment. The track opened last week. Mountain bikers are riding several mountain bike trails near Mad Creek, and more should be open in the next two weeks. The road riding, meanwhile, is great. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Full moon setting over Emerald Mountain early Saturday morning. Submitted by: Stewart Beall

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West Routt Fire Protection District firefighters were called to an agricultural burn that had gotten out of control Saturday afternoon. The fire was about 3 miles west of Hayden on U.S. Highway 40. The fire has been controlled and crews were putting out hot spots Saturday evening, according to firefighters. Shannon Lukens/courtesy

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West Routt Fire Protection District firefighters were called to an agricultural burn that had gotten out of control Saturday afternoon. The fire was about 3 miles west of Hayden on U.S. Highway 40. The fire has been controlled and crews were putting out hot spots Saturday evening, according to firefighters. Shannon Lukens/courtesy

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West Routt Fire Protection District firefighters were called to an agricultural burn that had gotten out of control Saturday afternoon. The fire was about 3 miles west of Hayden on U.S. Highway 40. The fire has been controlled and crews were putting out hot spots Saturday evening, according to firefighters. Shannon Lukens/courtesy

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Steamboat Ski Patrol. Submitted by: Matthew Grasse

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Submitted by: Marti Wood

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