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Routt County in photos: Oct. 24, 2012

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Snow Wednesday evening. Submitted by: Kevin Triolo

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First snow. Submitted by: Michael Burns

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Here is a photo I took off my deck Wed. night around 9 p.m. after a little bit of snow. Pumpkin carvings by (from left to right) #1 Martin Clay, #2 Amanda Cass, #3 Christian Otto and #4 Pat Brusven and Liz Rutledge. Submitted by: Martin Clay

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There's no business, like snow business. Submitted by: Matthew Grasse

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View from Park Meadows — Après Ski Way. Submitted by: Stephanie Rosales

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It's starting to stick in Hayden. Submitted by: Julie Smith

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Work is done on a temporary fix to some stucco that fell from the Chief Theater's marquee. Friends of the Chief, the nonprofit that bought the theater, plans to open a temporary theater while fundraising continues for a modern performing arts venue. Shannon Lukens / Courtesy

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Taken at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Submitted by: Emma Scherer

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Taken at 3 p.m. Wednesday. Submitted by: Emma Scherer

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Taken at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. Submitted by: Emma Scherer

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Photo taken Oct. 20 close to sundown from the east side of Farwell looking at the Sawtooth in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area. Submitted by: Julie Shook

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Submitted by: Matthew Grasse

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Sunrise from lower Emerald Mountain. Submitted by: Jim Walters

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Jordan Thompson accepts the good citizen's award from Routt County Sheriff Garrett Wiggins on Wednesday afternoon for her efforts to help save Edward Jenny from a car fire in September. Thompson was honored for her actions in the emergency, which included contacting police and fire officials with her cellphone and helping tend to Jenny. Photo by John F. Russell

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Routt County Sheriff Garrett Wiggins, left, presents Andre Elkins, right, with the life-saving award from the American Police Hall of Fame for his efforts to pull Edward Jenny from a burning car off Colorado Highway 131 in September. Elkins' wife, Tonja, and son, Bastion, also are pictured. Photo by John F. Russell

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Sherri Sweers and her husband, Kyrill Kretzschmar, are preparing to go Thursday to the University of Denver's Hall of Fame ceremony. Kretzschmar, along with his teammates from the 2000 national champion ski team, are being inducted. Photo by Luke Graham

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Move crew foreman Ben Ratliff drags hoses up the slopes near the Christie III lift at Steamboat Ski Area. Crews are busy preparing to start making snow at the resort — hopefully later this week. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs resident Annette Seiler rides her bike home from work Wednesday afternoon in Steamboat Springs. Snow flurries greeted pedestrians, cyclists and motorists in downtown Steamboat as the first winter storm of the season arrived as scheduled. Photo by John F. Russell

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Jennifer and Darren Robinson, from left, Kerry and Jennifer Shea, Chad and Sabrina James, Dave and Aimee Nagel and Casey and Amanda Barnett prepare for the gala at the Ride for the Roses event in Austin, Texas. The event recognized the biggest contributing organizations to Livestrong. Courtesy photo

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