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Routt County in photos: Feb. 28

Routt County in photos: Feb. 28

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Tuesday’s winter weather didn’t stop Essam Welch, left, from showing Bill Stuart a few bikes at Orange Peel Bicycles in downtown Steamboat Springs. Stuart was looking for a bike he could use to commute no matter what the weather is like outside. Photo by John F. Russell

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The new passenger screening machine at Yampa Valley Regional Airport uses a generic, computer-generated outline of a person, as opposed to the person’s actual body features. TSA / Courtesy

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A plow passes by commuter Ruben Garcia as he stands in the blowing snow waiting for a bus Tuesday in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Semitrailers navigate snow on Shield Drive on Tuesday morning on the west side of Steamboat Springs. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Earth will pass Mars this week in their race around the sun, placing the two worlds at their closest point for the next two years. Look for Mars rising in the eastern sky as darkness falls, not far from Leo’s brightest star, Regulus. Jimmy Westlake / Courtesy

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C.J. Box, the author of more than a dozen novels including the Joe Pickett mystery series, will open Bud Werner Memorial Library’s Spring Author Series with a free talk at 6:30 p.m. March 8 at Library Hall. Bud Werner Memorial Library / Courtesy

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Todd Bellio, front, 12, Tracey Rogalski, 13, Charles Toy, back left, 4, Austin Zantal, 4, and Will Zupan, 4, were leap-year babies and are celebrating rare birthdays Wednesday. Photo by Tom Ross

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Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club skier Reed Snyderman, left, celebrates after finishing second at a freestyle moguls NorAm event in Killington, Vt. Snyderman finished second overall in the NorAm standings. Courtesy photo

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Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club cross-country skier Mallory Richey competes in Durango during the weekend. The Winter Sports Club qualified a record 14 J2 and older skiers for the Junior Nationals in Soldier Hollow, Utah. The competition begins Monday. Nick Rose / Courtesy

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The Steamboat Springs High School Alpine and Nordic ski teams braved heavy snow Tuesday to celebrate their top finishes in the state championships. The Alpine team won its competition, leading the Sailors to second overall. Steamboat also had six athletes named to the All State team: Martha Anderson, Sarah White, Tommy Lyon, Suzanne Lyon, Conner Bernard and Meagan Rosa. Pictured are Alpine coach Anje Worrell, from top left, Lesley Myller, Rachel Grubbs, Peter White, Andres Foulk, Bailey Pugh, Willy Gunn, Dane Dixson, Jake Barker, Alec Schaffer, Hannah Barkey, Mallory Hoots, Danny Kramer, Mariah Hoots, Marnie Buckley, Mackenzie Millard, and from bottom left, Alpine coach Jim Winn, Martha Anderson, Sarah White, Connor Bernard and Nordic coach Emily Lovett. Not pictured are Suzanne Lyon, Megan Rosa, Tommy Lyon, Eric Samulson and Keegan Millard. Photo by Luke Graham

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February 2012. Photo submitted by Mari Ann Spoelstra Mari Ann Spoelstra / Courtesy

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After 4 inches of fresh powder in February 2012. Ya gotta love Steamboat. Photo submitted by Mari Ann Spoelstra Mari Ann Spoelstra / Courtesy

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Gondola view. Photo submitted by Mari Ann Spoelstra Mari Ann Spoelstra / Courtesy

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July Sunset 2011. Photo submitted by Mari Ann Spoelstra Mari Ann Spoelstra / Courtesy

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Learning to Fly: Rowan Turek, 6, goes big in Rabbit Ears Terrain Park. Photo submitted by Melanie Turek Melanie Turek / Courtesy

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Tracks of a jumping mouse comes to abrupt end. Photo submitted by Delle Jones Delle Jones / Courtesy

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A storm brewing over Steamboat on Saturday with the wind picking up. Photo submitted by Sue Hansen Sue Hansen / Courtesy

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Wind whips off the top of the Sleeping Giant on Saturday. Photo submitted by Sue Hansen Sue Hansen / Courtesy

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Fish Creek Falls. Photo submitted by Mari Ann Spoelstra Mari Ann Spoelstra / Courtesy

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Hahn's Peak. Photo submitted by Mari Ann Spoelstra Mari Ann Spoelstra / Courtesy

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Winter 2010 winter coat. Photo submitted by Mari Ann Spoelstra Mari Ann Spoelstra / Courtesy

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Country star Lee Ann Womack, known for her hit 2000 single “I Hope You Dance,” will perform on July 20 at Strings Music Pavilion as part of the 25th annual Strings Music Festival. Tickets go on sale April 4. Courtesy photo

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