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Routt County in photos: Aug. 10, 2013

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Rodney Schatz from the Peltier Station winery pours Tom Casazza a glass of wine Saturday at the Steamboat Wine Festival. Photo by Luke Graham

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Enjoying Strawberry Park Hot Springs. Submitted by: Jimmy Knudsen

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Music on the Green on Aug. 8. Submited by: G. Fredric Reynolds

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A girl colors a house at the Discovery Learning Center in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Scott Franz

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Shea Speer, 5, pedals behind her mother, Jessica, on the Yampa River Core Trail in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Scott Franz

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Shea Rossi laughs as she colors a picture at the Discovery Learning Center in Steamboat Springs. Parents of children at Discovery say they choose to enroll their kids in the center, despite higher costs, because of its national accreditation and focus on early learning. Photo by Scott Franz

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Children's tubs line the walls at Discovery Learning Center in Steamboat Springs. More than half of the families who enroll their children at the center require some form of financial assistance. Photo by Scott Franz

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Hudson Merlina looks through a kaleidoscope being held up by his brother, Hayne, at the Discovery Learning Center in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Scott Franz

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Chrissy Skorkowsky's home-based child care center in Oak Creek is unique. Above, she poses from left with Coen Dore, Steven Tzerovski, her daughter Sora and her son, Gannon. Photo by Scott Franz

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Gannon Skorkowsky handles a pet salamander at a home-based daycare in Oak Creek. His mother, Chrissy, and his dad Robert both have experience as wildlife biologists and incorporate their trade at the daycare with several animals. Photo by Scott Franz

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North Routt Preschool Director Kerri Ann Crocker leads a group of children on a hike around Pearl Lake. Under Crocker's leadership, the small preschool has rebounded from its sudden closure nearly two years ago. Photo by Scott Franz

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Sora Skorkowsky takes a closer look at her family's pet salamander in Oak Creek. Photo by Scott Franz

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Gannon Skorkowsky snaps a few photos in the game room at his home in Oak Creek. Photo by Scott Franz

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A girl colors a house at the Discovery Learning Center in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Scott Franz

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Brent Pearson said Wildhorse Meadows is going through the city of Steamboat Springs' new planned unit development process with the aim to eventually construct flexible office space for location-neutral workers. Photo by John F. Russell

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The Steamboat Springs High School football team raced to the top of Howelsen Hill on Friday as part of the annual event. Pictured are this year's seniors. Shannon Lukens/courtesy

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The Steamboat Springs High School football team raced to the top of Howelsen Hill on Friday as part of an annual tradition. Junior Mitch McCannon, from right was first with a time of 6 minutes and 24 seconds, senior Charles Toye was second in 6:31, and sophomore Chris Kaminski finished third in 6:41. Shannon Lukens/courtesy

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The Steamboat Springs High School football team raced to the top of Howelsen Hill on Friday as part of the annual event. Shannon Lukens/courtesy

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The Steamboat Springs High School football team raced to the top of Howelsen Hill on Friday as part of the annual event. The team officially begins practice on Monday. Shannon Lukens/courtesy

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Coaches from the national Run SMART Project were in Steamboat Springs this week to work with high school students. The camp came to an end Saturday. Courtesy photo

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Coaches from the national Run SMART Project were in Steamboat Springs this week to work with high school students. The camp came to an end Saturday. Courtesy photo

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