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Routt County in photos: Feb. 26, 2013

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Taken at tree near Milner Landfill. Submitted by: Tricia Nickerson

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Steamboat Springs Girls U-12 hockey team. Submitted by: Laura Hetrick

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Submitted by: William Beihoffer

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On Trail 1A with part-time Steamboat resident Stephen Downes and friends Inger and Finn Isdahl visiting from Bergen, Norway. Submitted by: Joanne Downes

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Adopt Purin: Purin is a domestic short-haired cat who is 8 years old. He does well with kids and dogs but would prefer to be in a single-cat household. He is very affectionate and would love to spend the rest of his days curled up on your lap. Call the Steamboat Springs Animal Shelter at 970-879-0621. Courtesy photo

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Sunshine Kids participant Montana Dalman, left, skis with Chris Babcock on Tuesday at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Scott Franz

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Izaac Kinnison goes for a jump behind ski instructor Deb Vanderbeck on Tuesday during the Sunshine Kids' visit to Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Scott Franz

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Sunshine Kids participant Mariah "Ducky" Ackerman, left, jokes with ski instructor Deb Vanderbeck on Tuesday during their gondola ride up Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Scott Franz

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Montana Dalman laughs after a ski run Tuesday during the Sunshine Kids' visit to Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Scott Franz

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Chris Babcock, left, helps Montana Dalman learn to ski Tuesday at Steamboat Ski Area as part of the Sunshine Kids program. Montana lost her left leg in the treatment of a rare form of bone cancer. She quickly learned to ride on a set of adaptive skis. Photo by Scott Franz

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Hayden resident Mike Markle bikes on Routt County Road 27 last March. Photo by Scott Franz

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Doug Zirkle preaches in March at the Mission of Grace Baptist Church in Hayden. Scott Franz/file

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A wrongful-death case involving Cooper Larsh, who died while skiing at Howelsen Hill in March 2011, and another case in Vail has tested the Colorado Ski Safety Act, which outlines responsibilities for skiers and resort operators. Photo by John F. Russell

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The Barrows chairlift at Howelsen Hill is used at peak times during the season and also services the Alpine slide in the summer. A wrongful-death case involving Cooper Larsh, who died while skiing near this part of Howelsen Hill in March 2011, and another case in Vail have tested the state's venerable Colorado Ski Safety Act, which outlines responsibilities for skiers and resort operators. Both rulings dismissed resort-operator arguments that they were immune from liability according to the Ski Safety Act and, in the Steamboat Springs-owned Howelsen Hill case, the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act. Photo by John F. Russell

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Taken at tree near Milner Landfill. Submitted by: Tricia Nickerson

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Taken at tree near Milner Landfill. Submitted by: Tricia Nickerson

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Taken at tree near Milner Landfill. Submitted by: Tricia Nickerson

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Starry Night planetarium software predicts Comet PanSTARRS and the crescent moon could look like this low in the western sky at 8 p.m. March 13. We’ll just have to wait and see whether that actually happens. Jimmy Westlake / Courtesy

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Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club moguls skiers George DeGrandis, left, and Jaelin Kauf celebrate after winning dual moguls events Sunday at the Rocky Mountain Divisional event. Patti Kauf/courtesy

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Members of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club's J3 and J4 girls cross-country team celebrate after an event in Frisco during the weekend. Courtesy photo

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Steamboat Springs skier Jeffrey Gay makes a turn during the U.S. Telemark National Championships. Gay won two of the four races to be crowned the 2013 champion. Courtesy photo

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