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Routt County in photos: Feb. 24

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People walk by the Chief Plaza Theater on Thursday night in downtown Steamboat Springs. Friends of the Chief has taken a step toward refurbishing the historic downtown entertainment venue this month by retaining high-profile arts and entertainment facilities consulting firm AMS Planning & Research to conduct a feasibility study. Photo by Matt Stensland

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City employee Rick Karow uses a bulldozer to push piles of snow into a larger pile near the city shops off 13th Street on Thursday afternoon. The snow storage area has grown after several storms earlier this week that left several feet of new snow in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Hayden Station. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Alpenglow. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Street light at Seventh Street and Yampa. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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The old microwave tower, Bell System, now all calls go through the transformers on top of Mount Emerald. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Chubble the PostNet Critter checks out what we think are big Raccoon prints in front of Bud Werner Memorial Library on Friday morning. Submitted by: Candice May Martin

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Submitted by: Michelle Mackey

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Submitted by: Jim Walters

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Monday afternoon when the blue sky came out, my chocolate Labrador Gus was in heaven swimming in the deep snow playing fetch with his ball. Submitted by: Debra Gatton

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Can you spot the chocolate Labrador? Submitted by: Debra Gatton

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Golden retriever Emrie having some fun in the new snow up in North Routt. Submitted by: Deb Reed

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Steamboat Springs High School varsity basketball team having their team dinner at Ciao Gelato. Photo by: Jan Depuy

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Skywest ground crew servicing Delta Airlines and passengers from Atlanta who are visiting Steamboat Springs. Submitted by: Daniel Macias

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Submitted by: Brad White

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Submitted by: Brad White

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Submitted by: Brad White

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Submitted by: Brad White

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Submitted by: Brad white

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Bud Werner Memorial Library Director Chris Painter, center, was presented Friday with the Hazie Werner Award for Excellence. The awarded was presented by Hazie’s son Loris Werner, right, and his wife, Deb, left. The award was established in 1989 by Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. to honor Hazie Werner. Larry Pierce/Courtesy

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Wooden ski enthusiasts show off their gear during the 2010 Wooden Ski Rendezvous at Columbine Cabins. Photo by Tom Ross

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A benefit for Meredith Herndon is from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Olympian Hall at Howelsen Hill Lodge. For four years, Herndon has suffered from Atypical Trigeminal Neuralgia, an illness that sends near constant waves of pain through the nerves and muscles in her face. The benefit will help with expenses associated with taking months off work to recover from a surgery Herndon will undergo. Courtesy photo

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The Colorado Chapter of the American Public Works Association gave the Steamboat Ski Area promenade an award this month for excellence in engineering and construction. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Hayden's Jenn Bugg puts up a shot Friday during the district tournament in Kremmling Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Hayden's Amber Sather tries to drive the ball between a pair of Paonia defenders Friday. The Eagles dialed up their defense in the second half to surge past the upset-minded Tigers during the district basketball tournament in Kremmling. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Hayden's Brette Frentress and Tigers' coach Michelle Wilkie talk strategy Friday at the district basketball tournament in Hayden. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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A Paonia defender slaps the ball away as Hayden's Brette Frentress tries to put a shot Friday in the district tournament in Kremmling. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Hayden coach Michelle Wilkie and the Tigers' bench react to a call Friday during the district basketball tournament in Kremmling. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Hayden coach Michelle Wilkie looks for a foul call Friday as her Tigers played Paonia. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Hayden's Hunter Johnston puts up a shot Friday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Hayden's Aubree Haskins looks for a shot Friday against Paonia. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Hayden junior Paul Laliberte reaches for a rebound Friday against West Grand. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Hayden's Hunter Johnston, center, commiserates with teammates Mark Doolin, left, and Jorge Valdez on Friday after the Tigers fell in the semifinals of the district basketball tournament. Hayden had been hoping to win the district for the third year in a row, but instead will play Saturday for third place. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Hayden's Jorge Valdez puts up a shot Friday against West Grand in the district basketball tournament in Kremmling. The Tigers lost the game and will play for third place in the district Saturday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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