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Routt County in photos: Sept. 7

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Hayden lost, 28-17, on Friday night, falling to 1-1 on the season at the hands of the No. 1 ranked team in the state, Dayspring Christian. The Tigers took a lead into the fourth quarter but couldn't blunt a long Eagle drive or answer after falling behind. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Ron and Lois Pollard prepare for the Steamboat Christian Center Yardacious Yard Sale, which is from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at the church, 36013 E. U.S. Highway 40. The yard sale includes sports gear, clothing (with a toddler and kids section), electronics, crafts, tools, construction and books. Courtesy photo

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Our little town of "Whooville" below during a late summer sunset as seen from the top of the gondola during the Sunset Happy Hour. Submitted by: Rebecca Musso

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Sunset Happy Hour. Submitted by: Rebecca Musso

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Rebecca Musso and Steve Harrison steal a sunset smooch at the top of the gondola for the Sunset Happy Hour. Submitted by: Rebecca Musso

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"Little Lady Sunshine" during her finale on September 7. Submitted by: Rebecca Musso

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Remember the KFC where Winona's now stands? Check out the horse on the sidewalk! Submitted by: Suz Bear

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Chester and Greta Martin are ready for some football. Submitted by: Candice Martin

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All of the sixth-graders from Steamboat Springs Middle School enjoyed a day at the Old Town Hot Springs, doing some Aqua Zumba. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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All of the sixth-graders from Steamboat Springs Middle School enjoyed a day at the Old Town Hot Springs, doing some Aqua Zumba. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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All of the sixth-graders from Steamboat Springs Middle School enjoyed a day at the Old Town Hot Springs, doing some Aqua Zumba. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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All of the sixth-graders from Steamboat Springs Middle School enjoyed a day at the Old Town Hot Springs, doing some Aqua Zumba. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Columbine at Soroco High School. Submitted by: Leah Walorski

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Sunset soaring over Mount Werner at the gondola with Hahn's Peak in the distance. Submitted by: Rebecca Musso

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Friends of the Yampa. Submitted by: Peter Van De Carr

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Shadows in the sunset of Rebecca Musso and Steve Harrison at the top of the Gondola for Sunset Happy Hour on September 7. Submitted by: Rebecca Musso

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Steamboat Springs football coach Lonn Clementson keeps an eye on the game from the sideline during the Sailors contest against Summit County on Friday night. The Sailors won, 21-19. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs senior Mike Lekarczyk pulls down Summit County's quarterback Tristan Krause during Friday night's game against Summit County at Gardner Field. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs senior Skylar Kauf returns a punt during Friday night's game against Summit County at Gardner Field. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs senior Christian Ramirez looks to pass the ball during Friday night's game against Summit County at Gardner Field. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs senior Christian Ramirez runs through a hole during Friday night's game against Summit County at Gardner Field. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs junior Connor O'Brien celebrates as the Sailors take a 7-6 lead against visiting Summit County High School football team at Gardner Field Friday night. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs High School junior Connor O’Brien celebrates as the Sailors take a 7-6 lead against visiting Summit County High School football team at Gardner Field on Friday night. Steamboat snapped its 22-game losing streak with a 21-19 win against Summit. Photo by John F. Russell

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Colorado Springs golfer Dave Delich won in the third playoff hole of the Colorado Golf Association Senior Stroke Play Championships at Haymaker Golf Course. Colorado Golf Association/Courtesy

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Tom Musselman, of the Cornerstone Golf Club, hits his ball toward the No. 14 green on the final day of the Colorado Golf Association Stroke Play Championships on Friday at Haymaker Golf Course. Johnson faced David Delich, of the Broadmoor Golf Club, and Harry Johnson, of the Eagle Ranch Golf Club, in a sudden death playoff to determine the winner. Delich won on the third hole of a sudden death playoff. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bob and Audrey Enever will be honored with the city of Steamboat Springs Heritage Award on Sunday for their service to the community during the past 40 years. Photo by John F. Russell

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Eagle Ranch Golf Club member Harry Johnson looks to sink a long putt during the final round of the Colorado Golf Association Stroke Play Championships on Friday at Haymaker Golf Course. Johnson faced David Delich, of the Broadmoor Golf Club, and Tom Musselman, of the Cornerstone Club, in a sudden death playoff. Delich won on the third hole. Photo by John F. Russell

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A fox makes its way across West Lincoln Park in Steamboat Springs on Friday morning. The fox was attempting to get to a flock of ducks that were hanging out on the nearby pond. Photo by John F. Russell

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Dinosaur Mayor Pro Tem Richard Blakley looks in 2011 out on a 155-acre tract of land known as the old Papoulas ranch, which was identified as a potential location for an Indian-owned casino in Dinosaur. Craig Daily Press file photo

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