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Routt County in photos: Thursday, March 21, 2013

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A little multiple exposure fun with the Rabbit Ears Motel sign downtown. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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The marquee of the Chief Theater, located on Lincoln Avenue in downtown Steamboat Springs, has become a beacon of art-related news in Steamboat since the theater’s sale last October. Photo by Nicole Inglis

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A Ford F-250 caught fire and burned in the Hayden High School parking lot Thursday morning. The school briefly locked down its classrooms as a precaution while firefighters from the West Routt Fire Protection District battled the blaze. Bryan Rickman / Courtesy

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A Ford F-250 caught fire and burned in the Hayden High School parking lot Thursday morning. The school briefly locked down its classrooms as a precaution while firefighters from the West Routt Fire Protection District battled the blaze. Bryan Rickman / Courtesy

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A Ford F-250 caught fire and burned in the Hayden High School parking lot Thursday morning. The school briefly locked down its classrooms as a precaution while firefighters from the West Routt Fire Protection District battled the blaze. Bryan Rickman / Courtesy

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A Ford F-250 caught fire and burned in the Hayden High School parking lot Thursday morning. The school briefly locked down its classrooms as a precaution while firefighters from the West Routt Fire Protection District battled the blaze. Julie Smith / Courtesy

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The crew looks out for bighorn sheep on Mexico's Baja peninsula. Vanatta said the terrain makes the sheep incredibly difficult to hunt. Lonny Vanatta / Courtesy

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Sun setting behind Emerald Mountain. Riding up to Sunset Happy Hour on a Thursday evening. Submitted by: Sam Daniels

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Steamboat Springs hunter Lonny Vanatta, center, poses with his guides and the desert bighorn sheep he took in February in Mexico. The ram was his fourth, making him the 53rd person to complete a "grand slam." Lonny Vanatta / Courtesy

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This happy group got off one of the local shuttle buses at the Old Town Hot Springs. These are the Burns and Kaplin families from Fort Collins. They timed it just right so they could play on the slides after a day of skiing. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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