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Routt County in photos: Jan. 18

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Alpenglow from the Towers. Submitted by: Scott Scherer

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Courtesy photo

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Submitted by: Marti Wood

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Submitted by: Marti Wood

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Submitted by: Marti Wood

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RaeAnn Najolia, front, and Tanya Trotter check out the retail merchandise Monday at Fleischer Sport at the base of Steamboat Ski Area. The economic recovery began early last year, and Yampa Valley Data Partners expects that trend to continue in 2012. Photo by John F. Russell

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Routt County Public Defender Sherly Uhlmann gives her closing argument during the Robert Cash trial Wednesday at the Routt County Justice Center. Uhlmann is holding a copy of an X-ray showing the bullet that was removed from Rhonda Heaton’s spine. Photo by Matt Stensland

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District Attorney Elizabeth Oldham gives her closing argument during the Robert Cash trial Wednesday at the Routt County Justice Center. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Routt County Chief Deputy District Attorney Rusty Prindle gives his closing argument during the Robert Cash trial Wednesday at the Routt County Justice Center. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Robert Cash listens to his attorney’s closing argument during his trial Wednesday at the Routt County Justice Center. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Quicksilver's Pirtlaw oil well on Wolf Mountain is seen Jan. 13 from the air. Of the three dark cylindrical storage tanks in the right of the frame, one is used for storing well fluids and the other two are devoted to storing oil, according to a company official. The pump jack at the well is not currently operating, according to the same source. Photo by Tom Ross

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The Sheraton Steamboat Resort donated more than 600 children’s books and $650 for furniture to create Eliza’s Library at Advocates Building Peaceful Communities. Pictured is the group of Sheraton employees who helped with the project. Courtesy photo

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A tree stands out against a grey background Wednesday afternoon west of Steamboat Springs. Weather forecasts in the area called for strong winds and snow in the mountains starting Wednesday evening. The storm is expected to drop 8 to 16 inches of snow in mountain areas above 10,000 feet and 2 to 6 inches in downtown Steamboat by Friday morning. Photo by John F. Russell

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Elk playing in the fresh snow. Submitted by: Leonard Auter

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The valley from Broadway. Submitted by: Matthew Grasse

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Employee party. Submitted by Matthew Grasse

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Submitted by: Stevo Weaver

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