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Routt County in photos: March 29

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Submitted by: Cody Clark

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Submitted by: Michael Osterman

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A young moose lays in the snow in an open meadow Thursday near Burgess Creek road in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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A moose looks for something to eat while it stands in the snow in an open meadow Thursday near Storm Meadows Drive in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bike mechanic Darius Gallagher, right, and owner Chris Johns work on bikes Thursday afternoon inside Wheels Bike Shop on Yampa Street. A recent string of warm, spring-like weather has boosted business at local bike shops and has many people in Steamboat Springs thinking about getting back outside. Photo by John F. Russell

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Traffic passes a Colorado Department of Transportation excavator Wednesday afternoon as it works along U.S. Highway 40 near Riverside Plaza. The crews were cleaning areas where dirt, rocks and mud have slipped behind the barriers. Photo by John F. Russell

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Yampa Valley Medical Center CEO Karl Gills visits with Bennie Goodman and her son John during a retirement party Thursday evening at The Steamboat Grand. Thursday’s celebration was a chance for the community to come out and thank Gills for his 11 years leading the Routt County hospital and wish him a happy retirement. Photo by John F. Russell

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Nick Sunseri flies down a trail on Emerald Mountain late last summer. Sunseri easily won the season-long Steamboat Springs Running Series last year and moved from Steamboat on Thursday, hoping to reach the next step in his running career. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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The seventh-grade High Altitude Basketball team won a tournament in Glenwood Springs during the weekend. The team beat Paonia, 37-19, in the championship game, a team they had lost to twice before. The team also finished second in a tournament in Moffat County the week before. “This seventh-grade group is nothing to look past,” said director Devin Borvansky, citing the play of Charlie Harrington, Jacob Taulman and Justin Brewer. “They are winning tournaments and putting in a lot of effort. They are really committing themselves.” High Altitude Basketball plays weekend tournaments across the state and features seventh-, eighth- and ninth-grade teams, as well as a junior varsity team. Any player interested in playing should email Borvansky at steamboatbasketball@hotmail.com. Courtesy photo

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Sacha Weis, 41, a Craig resident for 10 years and a scrubber at Craig Station, announced her candidacy Wednesday for Colorado Senate District 8. Weis is running as a Libertarian and plans to blend fiscally conservative philosophies with socially liberal ideals in her bid for state office. Photo by Joe Moylan

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The West Water Outlaws, a rock and roll band from Boulder, return to North Routt with a two-night run this weekend at the Hahn’s Peak Roadhouse. The shows are free and there are shuttles available from Steamboat. Courtesy photo

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New Monsoon, a jam rock band from San Francisco, plays a free show at 3 p.m. Saturday at the base of Steamboat Ski Area. Courtesy photo

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