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Routt County in photos: April 9, 2013

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A crane is silhouetted against the evening sky as it walks past silos on a ranch west of Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Ally is a precious, affectionate 3-year-old pit bull. She is sweet and calm, knows basic obedience and walks well on a leash. She loves to go on walks and gets along with other dogs. Ally has some separation anxiety and needs an owner who understands how to work with this and spends time with her. Meet her at the Steamboat Springs Animal Shelter, or call 970-879-0621 for more information. Courtesy photo

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Steamboat Springs Figure Skating Club members Sage Turek, from left, Amanda Perlman, Gillian Cook, Mariah Walker and Clare Franklin take a break after competing in Fort Collins last weekend. Courtesy photo

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Artwork by Emma Wilson Photo by John F. Russell

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Artwork by Techid Techarukpong Photo by John F. Russell

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Artwork by Sage Sullivan Photo by John F. Russell

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Artwork by Anna Robinson Photo by John F. Russell

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Artwork by Katie Henderson Photo by John F. Russell

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Artwork by Alexandra Lujan Photo by John F. Russell

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Artwork by Hannah Hartley Photo by John F. Russell

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Artwork by Breanna Cook Photo by John F. Russell

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Artwork by Cadie Swinsick Photo by John F. Russell

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Skis and a tutu? Must be springtime in Steamboat. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Scott Stanford, general manager of the Steamboat Pilot & Today, presents Marti Potter, of Steamboat Springs, with an iPad Mini. Potter, a nurse at Yampa Valley Medical Center, was chosen at random from participants in the Pilot & Today's online survey on smartphone and tablet computer usage. Nine hundred and thirty-nine people completed the survey.

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Silver Spur neighbors gather to wish Amy Minotto and her family well as they depart for Denver, where Amy will begin the process of a bone marrow transplant. Such an awesome community! Submitted by: Danielle Heit

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Silver Spur neighbors gather to wish Amy Minotto and her family well as they depart for Denver, where Amy will begin the process of a bone marrow transplant. Such an awesome community! Submitted by: Danielle Heit

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Silver Spur neighbors gather to wish Amy Minotto and her family well as they depart for Denver, where Amy will begin the process of a bone marrow transplant. Such an awesome community! Submitted by: Danielle Heit

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Silver Spur neighbors gather to wish Amy Minotto and her family well as they depart for Denver, where Amy will begin the process of a bone marrow transplant. Such an awesome community! Submitted by: Danielle Heit

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Steamboat Springs High School art student Breanna Cook hangs her art at the Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts on Tuesday morning. Photo by John F. Russell

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Jaelin, left, and Skyler Kauf take a break after finishing the moguls season during the weekend in Winter Park. Jaelin Kauf was third in single moguls and won the dual moguls event, and Skyler Kauf was second in dual moguls. Courtesy photo

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Steamboat Springs High School art student Sage Sullivan and mentor Missy Borden check out Sullivan’s artwork at the Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts on Tuesday morning. Photo by John F. Russell

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Fighting the spring crowds at Steamboat on Monday. Top of High Noon. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Mama and her cubs visiting our backyard after a long slumber. Submitted by: Kelley Schwab

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Mama and her cubs visiting our backyard after a long slumber. Submitted by: Kelley Schwab

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They're back! Mama and her cubs visiting our backyard after a long slumber. Submitted by: Kelley Schwab

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Sign of spring. Submitted by: Kevin Dietrich

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Ned Kajko, welder at Moots, presents David Freseman, executive director of LIFT-UP of Routt County, with a $500 donation check. Kajko and his fellow Moots colleagues selected LIFT-UP as the beneficiary of the employee bike commuting program. The money will go to LIFT-Up’s medical assistance fund. Submitted by Moots.

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