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Routt County in photos: June 16

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Karl Kubarsk caught this northern pike Friday night at Casey's Pond. Submitted by: Tracy Gallagher

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Two moose hang out on the Euzoa church property Friday evening. Submitted by: Jules Meeker

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Lifeguards Connor, left, and Sara Gorevan at Old Town Hot Springs. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Alexis Burdine at Old Town Hot Springs. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Sydney Baker at Old Town Hot Springs. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Tracy Barnett with Mainstreet Steamboat Springs keeps an eye on the busy Farmers Market. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Abate family with Buffalo Gal Ice Cream and Goodies works the Farmers Market. Ruth, Sophie and Francis Abate. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Abate family with Buffalo Gal Ice Cream and Goodies works the Farmers Market. Ruth, Sophie and Francis Abate. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Caitlin Lucas, Meghan Lukens and Cassady Daley enjoy another Saturday at the Farmers Market. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Pam Dapogny, Diane Lekarczyk and Kiersten Ryan work the Granola Gold stand at the Farmers Market. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Marie Winter’s jewelry stand is always busy at the Farmers Market, and return guests love her. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens.

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Mustang Rally! Submitted by: Trace Adams

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Beautiful afternoon at the Mustang Rally. Submitted by: Trace Adams

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The development site forthe second phase of First Tracks has already been approved for two buildings by the city of Steamboat Springs. Photo by Tom Ross

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The first two condo buildings at First Tracks at Wildhorse Meadows were built to satisfy affordable housing requirements in the past decade. However, they never found that market because of changing economics and were released by the city to be sold at market rates. Now, a very tentative plan is being explored to use tax credits to allow two new buildings in the previously approved second phase to be built as affordable rental apartments, including studio and one-bedroom units, which are in short supply. Photo by Tom Ross

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Alexei Reyes Courtesy photo

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After leading Partners in Routt County for six years, Libby Foster is stepping down to spend more time with her family. Under her leadership, Partners grew its budget and its popular school-based mentors program that will expand next school year to Steamboat Springs’ two elementary schools. Photo by Scott Franz

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Steamboat Ski Area employee Jon Feiges comes down the lower Rustler Ridge trail Saturday at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Lance Canfield comes around a wooden berm Saturday at Steamboat Ski Area’s bike park. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Ski Area employee Brandon Arce hits the dirt rollers near the base of the ski area Saturday. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Ski Area employee Brandon Arce comes around a wooden berm Saturday at the ski area’s bike park. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Lance Canfield, front, and Steamboat Ski Area employee Brandon Arce come down the lower Rustler Ridge trail Saturday at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Matt Stensland

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A Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife officer takes a trout from 4-year-old Jackie Lackamp, of Oak Creek, to measure it during Saturday's Optimist Club Fishing Derby at Walton Pond. Photo by Nicole Inglis

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Isabella McMahon, 8, caught two fish during Saturday's Optimist Club Fishing Derby at Walton Pond. Photo by Nicole Inglis

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Annabelle Stone, 7, dressed as Becky Thatcher, hands a trout to her brother, Christopher, after Saturday's Optimist Club Fishing Derby. Photo by Nicole Inglis

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Lorelai Hill, 3, of Westminster, learns to cast for the first time at Saturday's Optimist Club Fishing Derby. Photo by Nicole Inglis

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Tara Weiss shows a rainbow trout to young fishers Micah and Macee Wettlaufer, ages 1 and 4. Photo by Nicole Inglis

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Christopher Stone, 9, of Steamboat Springs, dressed up as Huck Finn for the Fishing Derby on Saturday at Walton Pond. He won a costume contest for his outfit. Photo by Nicole Inglis

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Adrian Bowman, 8, eagerly awaits a bite on his line Saturday at Walton Pond during the 30th annual Fishing Derby organized by the Optimist Club of Steamboat Springs. Eighty-five children participated in the event, catching 43 fish total. Photo by Nicole Inglis

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Steamboat Springs 15-year old Logan Bankard travels this week to compete in the 2012 National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational in Grand Island, Neb. Bankard said he’s been shooting for about five years. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Logan Bankard competed last season in football, ice hockey and lacrosse as a freshman at Steamboat Springs High School. He found time throughout all of that to keep working on his shooting, however. He qualified among the top four finishers at the 200-competitor state championships in the fall, earning him a spot in this week’s national championships in Nebraska. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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About 16 Routt County youths participate in the 4-H shotgun club. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Lance Canfield comes down the Valley View trail Saturday at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Lance Canfield comes down the lower Rustler Ridge trail Saturday at Steamboat Ski Area. Canfield came from Jackson Hole, Wyo., to try out the trails at the ski area. Photo by Matt Stensland

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