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Routt County in photos: Feb. 5, 2013

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Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club put 18 jumping or Nordic combined athletes on the Junior National team. The team is set to compete in Minneapolis from Feb. 25 to March 2. The team consists of 11 J2 boys, three J2 girls and four J1 boys. Last year, the team took 13 athletes to the event. Pictured are, back row from left, coach Gary Crawford, Nicholas Madden, Aleck Gantick, Spencer Petersen, Ben Berend, Tyler Smith, coach Martin Bayer, Jasper Good, Grant Andrews, Peter Rosenthal and coach Todd Wilson. Front row, from left, are Margaret Lichtenfels, Kathleen O'Connell, Natalie Bohlmann, Decker Dean, Elijah Vargas and Wyatt Gebhardt. Kneeling, from left, are David Petersen, Finn O'Connell and Koby Vargas. Carrie Requist / Courtesy

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Nik Baden placed second in a U.S. Open snowboarding half-pipe qualifier last weekend. Courtesy photo

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Steamboat's Kirby Kelly placed second in a U.S. Open snowboarding qualifier last weekend. Courtesy photo

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Steamboat's Taylor Gold, center, won first place in a U.S. Open half-pipe qualifier last weekend. Courtesy photo

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Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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The possibility of ozone pollution occurring in Routt County came up a year ago in the context of public hearings for new oil well permits. Ozone attributed to energy exploration, among other sources, has become enough of a problem on the Front Range that a series of meetings has been launched to address oil and gas regulations. John F. Russell/file

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Steamboat Springs native Marsha Daughenbaugh, a longtime local advocate for agriculture, has been named the recipient of the 2013 Hazie Werner Award for Excellence. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club member Ali Pougiales lands in the new air bag at the base of Howelsen Hill. The Winter Sports Club's freestyle program is using it as a way to safely train young skiers. Photo by John F. Russell

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Athlete of the Week Gabriel Bohlmann Matt Stensland/file

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A member of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club launches off a jump at the Howelsen Hill Ski Area into an air bag at the base. The freestyle team is using the bag as a training tool for its young athletes. Photo by John F. Russell

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Amy Minotto, her daughter Eva and husband, Jeff, look at the fish tank Tuesday afternoon at Bud Werner Memorial Library. Amy is in need of a marrow transplant and is hoping to raise awareness of the National Marrow Donor Program to help herself and others in need of transplants. Photo by John F. Russell

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Amy Minotto, her daughter Eva and husband, Jeff, read a book Tuesday afternoon at Bud Werner Memorial Library. Amy is in need of a marrow transplant and is hoping to raise awareness of the National Marrow Donor Program to help herself and others in need of transplants. Photo by John F. Russell

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Amy Minotto, her daughter Eva and husband, Jeff, read a book Tuesday afternoon at Bud Werner Memorial Library. Amy is in need of a marrow transplant and is hoping to raise awareness of the National Marrow Donor Program to help herself and others who need transplants. Photo by John F. Russell

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Charlie loving the view. Submitted by: Julie Smith

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Some of the favorite visitors at the Old Town Hot Springs are the folks from Horizons. They come every Tuesday. The ladies had a fun time swimming in the hot pool Tuesday. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Mayer family, from Buffalo, N.Y., enjoys a day at the Old Town Hot Springs, during a visit to Steamboat. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Sunrise on Sleeping Giant. Submitted by: Carrie Requist

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Local kids use their creative talents to create Victorian valentines at the Tread of Pioneers Museum on Saturday. Submitted by: Tread of Pioneers Museum

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Yampa Valley in winter. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Students from Emerald Mountain School took some time to build snow sculptures in front of the school for Winter Carnival. Submitted by: Debbie Gooding

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Sunset at the barn Monday. Submitted by: Ollie Ballard

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