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Routt County in photos: Sept. 27

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The most beautiful place on Earth. Submitted by: Teri Wall

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Submitted by: Kelly Jessup

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Submitted by: Kelly Jessup

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Jeremy Buck, a baseball player turned singer-songwriter, will kick off SummerEndo festivities at 6 p.m. Friday at the base of Steamboat Ski Area with his solo looping act called BuckTronica. Sean Arenas/courtesy

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This year’s Steamboat Springs High School homecoming royalty includes, back row from left, Ben Bradfield, Nikki Fry, Peyton Trask, Hadley Quick and Brad Ryan; middle row from left, Lacey Lewis, Oliver Dickhausen, Calvin Kunst and Tatum Sear; and front row from left, Kenzie Ganzmann and Joe DeLine. Christian Ramirez, Miranda Salky and Brooke Metzler are not pictured. Photo by John F. Russell

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Gary Foss Courtesy photo

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Rugged and stylish jeans like this by Kuhl are fashionable and functional, according to Kris Allen, at Allen's Clothing in downtown Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kuhl also offers shirts and jackets to complete the look for those looking to make a statement this fall in Steamboat Springs. Allen's Clothing in downtown Steamboat Springs offers a wide selection of items from Kuhl and Columbia as well as other top brands. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bold patterns and textured fur and shag, like this jacket available at Allen's Clothing, are back in style this fall, said Kris Allen, of the downtown Steamboat Springs store. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bold patterns and textured fur and shag are back in style this fall. Photo by John F. Russell

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Elizabeth Watkins, store manager for Quiksilver and Chez Nous, holds a few of the items that are expected to warm up these chilly fall days. Fur is back, especially in vest form. Photo by John F. Russell

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Layered accessories like bohemian- and gypsy-styled jewelry accent cozy fall looks. This outfit is available at the Calamity Pass Trading Co. Photo by John F. Russell

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Amy Symonds, owner of Calamity Pass Trading Co., says a timeless Western style is always a hot fall trend. The downtown store features a selection of unique cowboy boots, vintage and new clothing and accessories. Photo by John F. Russell

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The city's 2013 budget proposal includes $350,000 worth of cuts to free bus service and would eliminate the yellow line, scale back evening summer bus service and eliminate nine full-time driving positions. The Steamboat Springs City Council will weigh in on the proposal during a budget retreat Tuesday. Photo by John F. Russell

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George Avgares (Colorado Student Care) and Kyle Case enjoy crabs at the Crab Feast. Submitted by: Laura Case

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Dawn Obrecht and Erik Landvik enjoy blue crabs at the inaugural Crab Feast to benefit the Single Parents Sports Fund nonprofit organization. Submitted by: Laura Case

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Fetcher Ranch barn on Steamboat Lake. Submitted by: Jim Wachsman

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On Mount Werner about Thunderhead. Submitted by: Carole Eimers

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On Mount Werner about Thunderhead. Submitted by: Carole Eimers

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Rainbow along U.S. Highway 40, west of Steamboat. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Walking the dogs up Spring Creek Trail. Submitted by Gaylan R Hellyer

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Submitted by Gaylan R Hellyer

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Steamboat’s Alex Feeley, right front, and Maggie Crouch fight for a ball at the net Thursday. The Sailors fell to the Glenwood Springs Demons in four games. They return to the court Friday night at home against Eagle Valley. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Old Town Hot Springs personal trainer Chris Voyvodic works with Andrew Henry on Thursday at the rodeo grounds. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Old Town Hot Springs members do lateral jumps up the stairs at the rodeo grounds Thursday as part of a ski fitness class. Photo by Matt Stensland

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