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Routt County in photos: Jan. 15, 2013

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Elk in open field at sunset. Submitted by: CJ Berg

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Any news on the yearling that had been with the older elk being relocated? The young one looked very healthy when I called wildlife officials Saturday night concerning the mother looking so ill. This is a picture taken Jan. 12. Submitted by: Tammy Wozniak-Reed

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Soroco High School's Nic Paxton makes a layup Tuesday against the Denver Eagles Christian Home School. Soroco won easily, 72-26. Photo by Luke Graham

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The Steamboat Springs Homeschool Group recently had a tour of the ice castle in Steamboat. It was beautiful and not to be missed. Thanks to the ice castle staff for a great tour. Submitted by: Lauren McLaughlin

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Soroco High School's Shelby Meyer takes a shot Tuesday in a 43-31 win against the Denver Eagles Christian Home School. Photo by Luke Graham

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Lalo is a darling, playful 1-year-old male Chihuahua mix. This little guy came to the shelter as a stray. He loves to be held and is affectionate. Lalo likes to play with toys and would be good with children. Visit Lalo at the Steamboat Springs Animal Shelter, or call 970-879-0621 for more information. Courtesy photo

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Students answer questions in Matt Anderson's sixth-grade science class Tuesday afternoon at Steamboat Springs Middle School. The school was ranked seventh out of 491 middle schools in Colorado and received an A+ rating from www.coloradoschoolgrades.com. Photo by John F. Russell

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Eighth-grader Jack McNamara performs an experiment in Jennifer Sherman's class at Steamboat Springs Middle School on Tuesday afternoon. The school was ranked seventh out of 491 middle schools in Colorado and received an A+ rating from www.coloradoschoolgrades.com. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs High School teacher Kipp Rillos, front, plays to the audience at the end of Saturday's Dancing with the Stars fundraiser at Strings Music Pavilion. Rillos and his partner and instructor Tamara Bereznak, right, won the Audience Choice Award for their performance. Lisa Olson and her partner and instructor Matt Blanchard raised the most money in donations from the audience. The second annual fundraiser benefits Northwest Rocky Mountain Court-Appointed Special Advocates, which provides and organizes services to help abused and neglected children in the legal system. CJ Berg Photographics/courtesy

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Suzanne Lyon Joel Reichenberger/file

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The Steamboat Whiteout Volleyball U17 team won first place at the first Power Tournament of the club season Sunday in Eaton. Pictured are, back row from left, coach Shelby Jennings, Gabby Heron, Taylor Harrington, Shannon Ross, Corbin Brundridge, Kira Lorenzen and assistant coach Erin Calligan. Middle row, from left, are Ellie Becker, Emilee Tritz and Jordan Temple. In front is Alexis Len. Courtesy photo

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