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Routt County in photos: May 7, 2013

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Steamboat Springs Police Department officers attend a daily briefing at the police headquarters on Yampa Street. The Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday night voted to proclaim a new station is needed in the city. Photo by Scott Franz

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Wesley Williams Courtesy photo

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Steamboat center fielder Billy Clark tracks his fly ball Tuesday at the Craig Middle School baseball fields. Clark's hit would get over the Glenwood Springs outfielders' heads, and he turned it into a triple in the first game of Steamboat's doubleheader with the Demons. Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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Steamboat Springs High School's Michael Yost slides into third base and beats the throw from the outfield Tuesday in Craig. The Sailors took on the Glenwood Springs Demons at the Craig Middle School baseball fields. Steamboat won both games, 6-1 and 9-7. Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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Students react during a presentation from juggler Kelly Anzalone on Tuesday. Photo by Scott Franz

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Eighth-grade boys react as Kelly Anzalone juggles flaming torches Tuesday at Colorado Mountain College's Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs. More than 400 eighth-graders from Northwest Colorado attended the career day event. Photo by Scott Franz

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Tony Lodico teaches a workshop Tuesday at the Journey Ahead event for eighth-grade boys. Photo by Scott Franz

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Eighth-grade boys react as Kelly Anzalone juggles flaming torches Tuesday at Colorado Mountain College's Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs. More than 400 eighth-graders from Northwest Colorado attended the career day event. Photo by Scott Franz

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South Routt eighth-grader Sydnie Amrein listens during a group discussion as part of a seminar called “On the Campaign Trail” at the annual Girls to Women conference at Colorado Mountain College. Photo by John F. Russell

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Emily Beyer speaks with eight-grade students Tuesday about the political process and what it takes to run for public office during the annual Girls to Women conference at Colorado Mountain College. Photo by John F. Russell

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Emerald Mountain School's Cindy Ruzicka talks about the importance of math with students during the "Build It" seminar by Routt County Road and Bridge Director Janet Hruby. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs Middle School students Gabi Seng, from left, Montana Malburg and Savanna Adkins work on a group project during the annual Girls to Women conference at Colorado Mountain College on Tuesday. The girls were discovering what it is like to be a civil engineer from Janet Hruby, the Routt County Road and Bridge director. Photo by John F. Russell

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The stands inside the Colorado Mountain College auditorium were packed Tuesday morning as more than 200 eighth-grade girls listened to the opening presentation at the annual Girls to Women conference in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Janet Peasley presents "What's Shakin Dude" to a group of eighth-grade students at the annual Girls to Women conference at Colorado Mountain College on Tuesday afternoon. Photo by John F. Russell

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South Routt eighth-grader Rion Wisecup listens as Routt County Road and Bridge Director Janet Hruby speaks at the annual Girls to Women conference at Colorado Mountain College. Photo by John F. Russell

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Do you know where # 73 is parked in Steamboat? Submitted by: Mark Ruckman

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Steamboat students look on during a bike skills demonstration last week. A new season of bike and hike to school days is underway locally. Paige Boucher/Courtesy

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This beautiful dusky grouse was at our house on Sunday in full display! Submitted by: Morwenna and Craig Schifter

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