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Routt County in photos: Jan. 28, 2013

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Frosty Cone, Steamboat style. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Taken on U.S. Highway 40, just north of Kremmling, on the way to Rabbit Ears Pass. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Taken on U.S. Highway 40, just north of Kremmling, on the way to Rabbit Ears Pass. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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This is the northwest foot of Rabbit Ears Pass, just as you come into Steamboat and the Yampa Valley. It was very slippery and icy and you can see some trucks pulling over to put on their chains. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Notice the coyote on the right. Photo taken just north of Kremmling, before Rabbit Ears Pass. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Snowboard instructor and student soak in the view as a storm rolls in. Submitted by: Caitlin Collette

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Lovin' the snow. Submitted by: Caitlin Collette

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This is the Steamboat I know and love, dumping hard and powder in the trees. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Somewhere down Christmas Tree bowl. Submitted by: Oscar Julian

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Cruz Erickson runs through a drill at the Strawberry Park Elementary School during the Summit Training program. The indoor training program meets twice a week and is a way for young soccer players to stay on top of their game during the winter. It is run by the Steamboat Springs Youth Soccer Association. Photo by John F. Russell

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Ian Lyle is Congressman Scott Tipton’s first staff member assigned to Northwest Colorado. He is based in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Tom Ross

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A bike locked on a railing near Seventh Street and Lincoln Avenue waits for the owner to return under a fresh coating of snow Thursday afternoon. Photo by John F. Russell

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Sixto Peru was busy shoveling snow from the sidewalks in downtown Steamboat Springs on Monday afternoon. A winter storm dumped several inches of snow in the area — a trend that's expected to continue the next several days. Photo by John F. Russell

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Pete Wesoloski and his dog Ruca make their way down Lincoln Avenue on Monday afternoon through a steady stream of snow falling from the sky. Winter storms are expected to increase the snow pack in Routt County for the next several days. Photo by John F. Russell

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A discussion about the future of Tier 1 and Tier 2 sports in Steamboat Springs on Monday night filled a School Board meeting with parents and student athletes. Photo by Scott Franz

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