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Routt County in photos: April 10

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River Road along the Yampa River. Submitted by: Dustin Wayman

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Steamboat Velo cyclist Bryce Davies races in the Boulder Roubaix. Davies finished 48th in the Men’s 1-2 Category and was one of three Steamboat Velo team members competing in the race, which drew more than 800 athletes. Michael Robson / Courtesy

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South Routt wildfire late Tuesday afternoon. Submitted by: Susan Hart

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South Routt wildfire at about 9 p.m. Tuesday. Submitted by: Susan Hart

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Fire crews on South Routt wildfire Tuesday afternoon. Submitted by: Susan Hart

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Routt County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Doug Scherar watches Tuesday as a wildfire spreads at a ranch along Routt County Road 31 in southern Routt County. Photo by Matt Stensland

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A dust devil dances across the wildfire along Routt County Road 31 on Tuesday. Photo by Matt Stensland

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A wildfire spreads through a hill Tuesday along Routt County Road 31. Photo by Matt Stensland

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A wildfire spreads through a hill Tuesday along Routt County Road 31. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Smoke from an out-of-control agricultural burn rises above the Yampa Valley floor Tuesday afternoon. Larry Pierce/courtesy

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Routt County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Doug Scherar watches Tuesday as a wildfire spreads at a ranch along Routt County Road 31 in the southern part of the county. Sheriff Garrett Wiggins estimated the fire had burned 200 acres and was not under control as of Tuesday evening. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Sundog plays the "Hokey Pokey" to a crowd on April Fools Day atop the Steamboat Ski Area gondola at Western BBQ. The band finished out their 23rd year of playing the gig this past weekend, and has played 1,515 shows at the mountain-top restaurant. Photo by Nicole Inglis

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Singer Margi Briggs-Casson performs with the Yampa Valley Singers on Monday afternoon at the Steamboat Springs Community Center as part of the Routt County Council on Aging Monday program. The Yampa Valley Singers will perform its annual spring concerts, “Amazing Grace Music of our Heritage,” at 7 p.m. Friday and 4 p.m. Saturday at the United Methodist Church of Steamboat Springs. Tickets are available for $10 from choir members or at All That Jazz. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs High School senior Madeleine Traverse’s research on rattlesnake venom is being published in two national science journals. Photo by Scott Franz

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Steamboat Springs High School senior Madeleine Traverse’s research on rattlesnake venom is being published in two national science journals. Photo by Scott Franz

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Matt Dossett pushes a large boulder off a cliff Tuesday in Mount Harris Canyon. Crews are removing rocks from the cliff that hugs U.S. Highway 40 between Steamboat Springs and Hayden. They soon will start installing netting and fencing to further prevent rockfall. Photo by Scott Franz

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Tim Able directs rock scalers Tuesday in Mount Harris Canyon on U.S. Highway 40. The Colorado Department of Transportation's rockfall prevention project will run until August and add netting and fencing to the steep cliffs. Photo by Scott Franz

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Tim Able prepares to clear rocks from U.S. Highway 40 on Tuesday that were brought down by rock scaling operations in Mount Harris Canyon. Photo by Scott Franz

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Carson Bartsch, top, rappels down a cliff with Matt Dossett on Tuesday in Mount Harris Canyon to start rock scaling operations above U.S. Highway 40. After loose rocks are removed, crews will install netting and fencing on the cliff for the first time to prevent rockfall. Photo by Scott Franz

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Sara Barry paddle boards on Stagecoach Reservoir on Easter Sunday. Warm weather but very cold lake. Submitted by: Paul Barry

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View from Marabou Ranch on April 9. Submitted by: Al Reiner

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Stuart Handloff, center, the artistic director of the Great American Laughingstock Company, is pictured here at a rehearsal for last summer's Piknik Theatre production of "Much Ado About Nothing." Handloff announced this week the annual Piknik Theatre Festival will return for its fifth summer with productions of "Twelfth Night" and an original musical comedy. Photo by John F. Russell

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Just follow the arc of the Big Dipper’s handle to locate Arcturus, the brightest star in Bootes. It’s then easy to pick out the kite-shaped outline of the Bear Watcher. Look east at about 9 p.m. during mid-April. Jimmy Westlake / Courtesy

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Submitted by: Matthew Grasse

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