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Routt County in photos: April 17, 2013

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Colorado Mountain College students show pictures and share stories from a study abroad trip to Cuba during a presentation for the community Tuesday night at the Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs. There were 21 students singed up for the class that was led by social and behavioral sciences professor Bob Gumbrecht. The students left March 8 for the 10-day trip that explored the Cuban revolution. The students said the trip was a unique opportunity because of the United States trade embargo that still is in place. It wasn't until recently that educational groups have been able to visit the country. Photo by Matt Stensland

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A member of Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue looks at an SUV that spun out and rolled on Routt County Road 129 on Wednesday morning. A Routt County Sheriff's Office deputy said everyone was OK. Photo by John F. Russell

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Wendell "Wendy" Hicks is celebrating 50 years of working at Steamboat Lumber. An open house is from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday at the business, 1901 Shield Drive. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Eight Steamboat Springs High School seniors — from left, Emily Coope, Nikki Fry, Rachel Grubbs, Skyler Kauf, Madison Keeffe, Lucy Newman, Monica Patten and Megan Stabile — signed letters of intent Wednesday at Steamboat Springs High School to play at colleges across the country. Photo by John F. Russell

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Zoe Muir ready for spring break. Submitted by: Summer Muir

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Steamboat Springs Middle School student David LaPointe plays tennis during physical education Wednesday morning. The class is part of the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs' Junior Tennis Expansion Initiative. Photo by John F. Russell

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Moose family strolls Steamboat Boulevard. Near Rollingstone Golf Course. Submitted by: Rick Garth

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Steamboat Springs Middle School student Ellie Kolvereid plays tennis during physical education Wednesday morning. Photo by John F. Russell

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It’s a snowy day in Steamboat and you can barely see the Rabbit Ears Motel sign. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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It’s snowing hard but the pools at the Old Town Hot Springs are still open, and cozy warm. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Chicago jam band Old Shoe will play a free show at 9:30 p.m. Thursday at Ghost Ranch in its Steamboat debut. Courtesy photo

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Nordic coach Brian Tate presents Dori McNeill, center, and Lark Skov with the Chris McNeill Memorial Award. Maren Berge/courtesy

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Our inside cat Toppy checking out the rabbit outside the window. Same rabbit as posted before. Living and feeding in our yard since Jan. 6. Submitted by: Don Asta

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Snowy creek. Submitted by: Mark Ruckman

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Snowy creek. Submitted by: Mark Ruckman

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Cranes in flight. Submitted by: Mark Ruckman

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Takeoff with partner in the background sitting on their nest. Submitted by: Mark Ruckman

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Bars on the window makes for cabin fever. Is it really April 17? Submitted by: Don Ciavarra

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Rufous-sided towhee not happy about the snow. Submitted by: Don Ciavarra

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Rufous-sided towhee not happy about the snow. Submitted by: Don Ciavarra

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Rufous-sided towhee not happy about the snow. Submitted by: Don Ciavarra

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