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Routt County in photos: Feb. 16, 2013

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Steamboat Springs tennis player Tatum Burger hits a winner Saturday during the USTA Intermountain 14-and-younger Sweetheart Tournament. Burger and partner Margot Shea, of Montana, won their doubles match, 8-5. The tournament brings in the top 32 boys and girls from Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. It's the first time the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs has hosted the event after lobbying for it for the past five years. The event began Saturday and runs through Tuesday, when the finals will be played. Burger is the only local player in the field. Photo by Luke Graham

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Spider-Man was here. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Spider-Man was here. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Shadows on Emerald Mountain. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Frost on rough-sawn. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Elk Mountain on a bluebird day. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Crazy shadows. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Shadows on the "wetlands." Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Shadows on the "wetlands." Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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When complete in October, Casey's Pond Senior Living community will offer a full-service dining room and wine bistro. Casey's Pond Senior Living/courtesy

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Steamboat Springs High School senior Jarret Walt, center, fights for control of the puck during Saturday's game against Ralston Valley High School. Ralston Valley won, 2-1. The loss ended the season for Steamboat. Photo by Matt Stensland

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During Stan Jensen's tenure as president of the Colorado Mountain College community college system, a new 60,000-square-foot academic center was constructed at the Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Greta Martin enjoys a Valentine doughnut at Strawberry Park Elementary School, in Mrs. Swingle's kindergarten class. Submitted by: Candice May Martin

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Soroco senior AJ Anderson goes up for a layup Friday in the fourth quarter against Plateau Valley. The Rams were knotted in a tight game through halftime but exploded in the third and fourth quarters to take the win. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Soroco senior Josie Rossi drives into the lane Saturday in the first half of a game against Plateau Valley and scored on the play, helping spark her Rams out of a slump and on to a victory. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Soroco senior Cody McCollum bolts down the court Saturday against Plateau Valley. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Briana Peterson drives into the lane Saturday against Plateau Valley. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Shelby Meyer is fouled Saturday playing against Plateau Valley. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Bjorn Carlson gets fouled while putting up a shot Saturday. He scored on the play. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club skier Sophia Schwartz, middle, won her second NorAm freestyle moguls event Saturday at APEX Mountain Resort in British Columbia, Canada. It was Schwartz's second with in three events. Teammate Lane Stoltzner was fifth, and Aviatl Shimko was 18th. Ryan Dyer struggled and finished 30th. The event continues Sunday with a dual moguls competition. Rob Day/courtesy

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Soroco senior Nic Paxton goes up for a shot Saturday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Soroco’s Matt Regan looks to make a move down low Saturday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Soroco’s Bjorn Carlson stretches for a rebound Saturday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Horizons Specialized Services and Colorado Mountain College students on Tuesday partnered to host a Valentine's Day Dinner and Dance for special needs clients in Routt County. Courtesy photo

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Colorado state Rep. Angela Williams, D-Denver, left, said at the state Capitol building in Denver on Jan. 30 that she and Rep. Joe Salazar, D-Thornton, right, plan to introduce a measure that would create a commission to take a detailed look at specific areas where racial and ethnic minorities lag in Colorado. Joe Mahoney/The I-News Network

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Colorado state Sen. Ellen Roberts said while she wouldn’t necessarily oppose Williams and Salazar’s plan, she also wants to examine other options for addressing racial and ethnic inequalities in Colorado. Roberts represents Colorado’s 6th Senate District, which includes Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma, Montrose, Ouray, San Juan and San Miguel counties. Senate Republican Office/Courtesy

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