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Routt County in photos: Feb. 9

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Katy Jones, a junior at Steamboat Springs High School, works on a snow sculpture Thursday along Lincoln Avenue. It’s a tradition in Steamboat Springs for high school students to come out and build the sculptures, which then are judged. Photo by John F. Russell

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Tony Santora, left, and his brother Vince, known as DJ Theory and Vinja respectively, will perform at 9 p.m. Friday at The Tap House Sports Grill. The pair have been making electronic music since their teenage years. Photo by John F. Russell

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Monocle, a neo-acoustic folk band from Boulder, plays a free show at 9 p.m. Saturday at Carl’s Tavern. Courtesy photo

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Sara Stout, right, and Emma Wilson work on their snow sculpture Thursday afternoon along Lincoln Avenue in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Cory Snyder, a New Hampshire skier who’s trained in recent seasons in Steamboat Springs, cuts down Howelsen Hill on Thursday during a Winter Carnival event. He will be among about a dozen United States racers to take part in next week’s Telemark World Cup event in Steamboat. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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A snowplow clears Lincoln Avenue through downtown Steamboat Springs on Thursday morning. Snowfall of 6 inches at the Steamboat Ski Area was good news for skiers and riders. Photo by John F. Russell

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Fresh snow sits stop statues on the Routt County Courthouse lawn in downtown Steamboat Springs on Thursday morning. The ski area reported 6 inches of new snow from an overnight storm. Photo by John F. Russell

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Three bull elk spotted off of Hilltop Parkway on Feb. 8. Submitted by: Kelly Deveraux

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Three bull elk spotted off of Hilltop Parkway on Feb. 8. Submitted by: Kelly Deveraux

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Skier Joe Kelly gets some turns on Hurricane after Steamboat Ski Area reported that 7 inches had dumped on the mountain Thursday. Larry Pierce/courtesy

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Skier Joe Kelly gets some fresh powder turns on Storm Peak after Steamboat Ski Area reported that 7 inches had dumped on the mountain Thursday. Larry Pierce/courtesy

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TIC Holdings is expected to maintain its presence in Steamboat Springs for the foreseeable future, according to a January newsletter to Steamboat-based TIC employees. Photo by John F. Russell

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Samantha Schroeder

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Max Walker

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Kevin Nerney prepares soup in the Cider Fixins & Fixins Kitchen in Steamboat Springs. Commercial kitchens, like the one Nerney rents, are one way that small food producers are able to bring their products to market. Photo by John F. Russell

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New snow in Steamboat on Feb. 9. Submitted by: Matthew Grasse

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Skiers aren't the only ones who appreciate the recent snow. Go dogs, go! Submitted by: Derek Svennungsen

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Downtown Feb. 9 at dusk in Steamboat Springs. Submitted by: Matthew Grasse

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A rare sight: Snow falling so you can barely see the mountain. Submitted by: Amy Johnson

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Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club skiers parade down Howelsen Hill on Thursday afternoon, practicing for weekend's Winter Carnival. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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