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Routt County in photos: Nov. 14, 2012

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Radio personality Brian Harvey adjusts Soroco High School senior Zoe Hart's headset Wednesday during a live radio broadcast at the high school. Hart and a group of other students were learning about print and broadcast journalism during a career day workshop. Photo by Scott Franz

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Radio personality Brian Harvey does a live radio broadcast Wednesday with students at Soroco High School. The students got a close look at the broadcast journalism profession during a career day workshop. Photo by Scott Franz

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Bull elk roaming in the backyard. Submitted by: Aaron Alpe

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Bull elk roaming in the backyard. Submitted by: Aaron Alpe

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Bull elk roaming in the backyard. Submitted by: Aaron Alpe

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Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Freestyle Director Erik Skinner started his own sunscreen company. His product SkinDog, which is designed for athletes, is available at several retail stores and online. Photo by John F. Russell

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The giant planet Jupiter is entering our evening sky and will dazzle us all winter and spring. Through a telescope, you can watch Jupiter's four planet-sized moons shift their positions from night to night. In this image, taken through the historic 60-inch Hale Telescope at Mt. Wilson Observatory on Nov. 13, 2010, Jupiter is seen with three of its moons: from left, Europa, Ganymede and Io. Jimmy Westlake/Courtesy

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Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association employees Morgan McDougald, right, and Maren McCutchan spruce up the Chamber’s gondola carriage that will be featured in the Houston Holiday Parade on Thanksgiving Day. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Springs High School senior Mary Willingham plays the part of Penelope Pennywise in the high school production of the musical "Urinetown." Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Charlie Tisch (Bobby Strong) sings in a scene along with Lena Barker (Hope Cladwell) while rehearsing for Steamboat Springs High School's production of the musical "Urinetown." Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs junior Lena Barker (Hope Cladwell) sings in a scene with Charlie Tisch (Bobby Strong) during a rehearsal for "Urinetown" at Steamboat Springs High School. Performances of the musical will take place Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Lena Barker, far right, playing the part of Hope Cladwell, talks with Sara Stout playing the part of Officer Lockstock, far left, and Kayla Guettich playing the part of Officer Barrel. Performances of the musical are Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Sprigs High School junior Sara Stout plays the part of Officer Lockstock during a rehearsal for the high school production of "Urinetown." Photo by John F. Russell

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Harry Jenkins (playing Caldwell B. Cladwell) sings a song while rehearsing a scene from the high school musical "Urinetown." Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs High School senior Mary Willingham plays the part of Penelope Pennywise in the high school production of the musical, "Urinetown." Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Yampa Valley Singers director Anna Jones leads the local choir in a rehearsal Wednesday at the United Methodist Church of Steamboat Springs. The choir will present its concert, "What a Wonderful World," at 7 p.m. Friday and 4 p.m. Saturday. Photo by Nicole Inglis

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Crews with Nordic Excavating work Wednesday to restore a stretch of the Yampa River west of Steamboat Springs. The project aims to improve instream aquatic habitat and recreation in the river and stabilize highly eroded river banks. Photo by Scott Franz

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