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Routt County in photos: March 20, 2013

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Strawberry Park Elementary School students, from left, Yoalli Loya, Veronica Chavez, Evelyn Tarango and Marina Chavez wave and gesture to classmates Wednesday from their school bus. Some last-minute amendments to a major school finance bill has improved the Steamboat Springs School District's financial outlook. Photo by Scott Franz

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Kite skier Trevyn Newpher enjoys a warm spring afternoon riding on the snow in a field west of Steamboat Springs on Tuesday. Photo by John F. Russell

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The Bear River Bike Park opened at the end of last summer after the local Inernational Mountain Bicycling Association chapter, Routt County Riders, along with the Steamboat Springs Parks, Open Space and Recreational Services Department built a beginner and intermediate pump track loop. Routt County Riders hopes to complete the project with the help of a grant from Bell, a helmet manufacturer offering funds to a project that receives the most online votes. Courtesy photo

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Steamboat Springs City Council member Kenny Reisman listens to a presentation from one of the groups bidding to receive lodging tax revenues during a public hearing Wednesday. Reisman is part of the lodging tax committee that will recommend how the money from the tax, which historically has generated between $600,000 and $800,000, will be spent. The hearings wrapped up Thursday at Centennial Hall. Photo by John F. Russell

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Ranchers Wayne and Sonja Shoemaker, from left, Natural Resources Conservation Service district conservationist Lori Jazwick and restaurateur Michael Fragola discuss ways to put more local farm and ranch products on the menus of local restaurants during a breakfast hosted by the Community Agriculture Alliance on Wednesday at the Steamboat Springs Community Center. Photo by Tom Ross

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