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Routt County in photos: Aug. 6, 2013

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Sunset after storm: Another view that I took of the spectacular sunset Monday evening. Submitted by: G. Fredric Reynolds

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Colorado skies settle on Steamboat's barn. Submitted by: Greg Sagan

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Submitted by: Dan Engel

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Rocks along the Fish Creek Falls hike. Submitted by: Dan Engel

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Fish Creek Falls. Submitted by: Dan Engel

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Fish Creek Falls. Submitted by: Dan Engel

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Tuesday's sunset. Submitted by: Ryan Lohan

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Terry Hunter, center, Colorado Mountain College professor and director of resort management, recently received the Anthony Marshall Award from the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute. Hunter said the award was a team effort and credits the college’s resort management faculty, from left, Deidre Saunders, Cho Tin Tun, Hunter, Kyleigh Lawler and Barbara Robinson. Courtesy photo

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West Routt Fire Protection District firefighters Nick, left, and Wayne Deluca check out the scene where a Ford Expedition crashed into Hayden Middle School on Tuesday afternoon. Investigators are asking anyone who witnessed the incidents to contact Sgt. Scott Elliott with the Colorado State Patrol at 970-879-0059 or police officer Jarrod Poley with the Hayden Police Department at 970-276-3232. Photo by John F. Russell

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A Ford Expedition sits inside a classroom at Hayden Middle School on Tuesday afternoon after it hit several cars and then crashed through the brick wall. Investigators are asking anyone who witnessed the incidents to contact Sgt. Scott Elliott with the Colorado State Patrol at 970-879-0059 or police officer Jarrod Poley with the Hayden Police Department at 970-276-3232. Photo by John F. Russell

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West Routt Fire Protection District firefighters Nick, left, and Wayne Deluca check out the scene where a Ford Expedition crashed into Hayden Middle School on Tuesday afternoon. Investigators are asking anyone who witnessed the incidents to contact Sgt. Scott Elliott with the Colorado State Patrol at 970-879-0059 or police officer Jarrod Poley with the Hayden Police Department at 970-276-3232. Photo by John F. Russell

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Adopt Lucy: Lucy is a 1-year-old female lop-eared rabbit. This cuddly bunny is very friendly and likes to be held. She is active and enjoys spending time out of her cage munching on carrots and kale. She even comes with a playpen. Come visit Lucy at the Steamboat Springs Animal Shelter or call 970-879-0621 for more information. Courtesy photo

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A fire crew manages the Kodiak Fire, burning approximately 25 miles northwest of Maybell Photo by Erin Fenner

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A colorful Perseid meteor streaks over Stagecoach State Park in this image taken in the predawn hours of Aug. 12, 2009. This year's display could produce more than 60 meteors per hour between midnight and dawn Monday and Tuesday mornings. Jimmy Westlake/courtesy

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Guy Clancy, of Post Falls, Idaho, takes advantage of the rolling waters of the Yampa River on Tuesday. The river flow, which was reported at 126 cubic feet per second by the U.S. Geological Survey on Friday, is much healthier this year than it was during the 2012 drought, when the river was at 95 cfs on Aug.6. A conservation lease between the Upper Yampa Water Conservancy District, owner and operator of Stagecoach Reservoir, and the Colorado Water Trust has aided the flow in 2012 and 2013. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs climber Tori Allen competes in the July 30 Psicobloc Masters Series in Park City, Utah. Courtesy photo

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That's Mr. High Noon to you. Submitted by: Brad Bates

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Hummingbird frenzy. Submitted by: Erin Will Torello

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Hummingbird frenzy. Submitted by: Erin Will Torello

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More than 200 riders hit the streets Sunday for the 2013 STARS Biking the Boat Charity Ride Gran Fondo in 100-, 55-, 26-, and 5-mile distances throughout the county. All proceeds from the ride benefit Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, Steamboat's adaptive sports program for people with disabilities. All abilities rode in the charity ride, from local triathletes and cycling regulars to more than a dozen handcyclists and tricyclists. Find more information about the ride at www.steamboatstars.com. Submitted by: Andy J. Kennedy

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More than 200 riders hit the streets Sunday for the 2013 STARS Biking the Boat Charity Ride Gran Fondo in 100-, 55-, 26-, and 5-mile distances throughout the county. All proceeds from the ride benefit Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, Steamboat's adaptive sports program for people with disabilities. All abilities rode in the charity ride, from local triathletes and cycling regulars to more than a dozen handcyclists and tricyclists. Find more information about the ride at www.steamboatstars.com. Submitted by: Andy J. Kennedy

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More than 200 riders hit the streets Sunday for the 2013 STARS Biking the Boat Charity Ride Gran Fondo in 100-, 55-, 26-, and 5-mile distances throughout the county. All proceeds from the ride benefit Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, Steamboat's adaptive sports program for people with disabilities. All abilities rode in the charity ride, from local triathletes and cycling regulars to more than a dozen handcyclists and tricyclists. Find more information about the ride at www.steamboatstars.com. Submitted by: Andy J. Kennedy

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More than 200 riders hit the streets Sunday for the 2013 STARS Biking the Boat Charity Ride Gran Fondo in 100-, 55-, 26-, and 5-mile distances throughout the county. All proceeds from the ride benefit Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, Steamboat's adaptive sports program for people with disabilities. All abilities rode in the charity ride, from local triathletes and cycling regulars to more than a dozen handcyclists and tricyclists. Find more information about the ride at www.steamboatstars.com. Submitted by: Andy J. Kennedy

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More than 200 riders hit the streets Sunday for the 2013 STARS Biking the Boat Charity Ride Gran Fondo in 100-, 55-, 26-, and 5-mile distances throughout the county. All proceeds from the ride benefit Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, Steamboat's adaptive sports program for people with disabilities. All abilities rode in the charity ride, from local triathletes and cycling regulars to more than a dozen handcyclists and tricyclists. Find more information about the ride at www.steamboatstars.com. Submitted by: Andy J. Kennedy

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Two bucks crossed the road and then watched us as we passed by on Pearl Lake Road. Submitted by: Lewis and Trudy Wells

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Two bucks crossed the road and then watched us as we passed by on Pearl Lake Road. Submitted by: Lewis and Trudy Wells

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Brandon Cook teaches his son Javon, 2, to fish for trout Tuesday morning at Casey's Pond. Photo by Scott Franz

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Dog lovers gathered Saturday at Rita Valentine Park to celebrate the announcement that Steamboat Springs was named Dog Town USA by Dog Fancy magazine. About 60 residents and their dogs attended the ceremony. Ernie Slone/Dog Fancy

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Holly Larson, from left, and Molly Waters, co-presidents of the Routt County Humane Society, accept a check for $5,000 from Ernie Slone, editor of Dog Fancy magazine, on Saturday during a ceremony recognizing Steamboat Springs as Dog Town USA. The annual award was given based on criteria including the presence of dog-friendly activities, restaurants, businesses, dog parks, medical specialists and pro-dog legislation, according to a release from the magazine. Ernie Slone/Dog Fancy

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Ernie Slone, editor of Dog Fancy magazine, on Saturday presented Steamboat Springs City Council member Kenny Reisman and his daughter Macy with an award proclaiming Steamboat Springs as Dog Town USA. About 60 residents and their dogs attended the ceremony. Slone also presented Holly Larson and Molly Waters, of the Routt County Humane Society, with a check for $5,000. The annual award was given based on criteria including the presence of dog-friendly activities, restaurants, businesses, dog parks, medical specialists and pro-dog legislation, according to a release from the magazine. Ernie Slone/Dog Fancy

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Comcast is rolling out its X1 Platform DVR technology in Steamboat Springs along with On Demand programming. Courtesy

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