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Routt County in photos: May 9, 2013

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Danny Kramer, from left, Steve Moos and Kelly Anzalone are hoping for big things from the Steamboat Springs Student Film Festival, which takes place at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in the Steamboat Springs High School auditorium. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs police say Elizabeth Bateman, center wearing pink boxing gloves, falsely told people she had terminal cancer. She is pictured during a benefit she hosted in about March 2012 for a charity she supposedly had established to help adults with cancer. Police think that the charity was a hoax and that she spent the $7,000 raised at the fundraiser on herself. Bateman’s former friend Michelle Beck is standing to her right. Nicole Kofoed/courtesy

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Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club coach Josh Smullin joined NANANordic this spring after being roped into joining the program’s founder, two-time Olympic skier Lars Flora. NANANordic managed to distributed 230 sets of ski gear at 12 stops in Alaska. Brendan Smith/ANTHC

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Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club coach Josh Smullin helps teach a young skier the sport last month during a trip to Alaska with the NANANordic program, which seeks to bring the sport of skiing to Alaska's remote villages. Brendan Smith/ANTHC

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The value of property in Routt County for tax purposes is down a little more than 11 percent this year. Photo by John F. Russell

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Chief Theater ribbon cutting. Submitted by: Nicole Inglis

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A beautiful Steamboat Springs morning Wednesday. Submitted by: JoAnna Liberatore

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A duck floats in a pond off 13th Street in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Soda Creek Elementary School students recently competed in the "Battle of the Books." The top three teams from the school competed against one another by correctly answering questions about each of the 17 books they read. The prize was a Kindle for each student on the winning team. Congratulations to all participants on your hard work — we are very proud of you! The winning team: "Eat My Books," George Slowey, Andrew Lemley, Shane Lambert, Johnathan Rawlings. Submitted by: Colby Ricci

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Joy Stearns powers her way up Cog Road in 2010 during the annual Hayden Cog Run. The race kicks off this year's Steamboat Springs Running Series at 10 a.m. Saturday in Hayden. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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I was finally able to photograph this guy he has been hanging around a few days, I finally got in this morning. Submitted by: Doug

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Kindergartner Seamus Malia completes an assignment in computer class Thursday morning at Strawberry Park Elementary School. Steamboat Springs School District is one of 29 districts in Colorado that the EAGLE-Net project has committed to reach with expanded broadband access. Photo by John F. Russell

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Strawberry Park Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Katie Malone reacts after Maureen Moore, of Peabody Energy, presented her with a Peabody Energy Leader in Education award for the 2012-13 school year. Malone was awarded $1,000 for her compassion and commitment to students. The Peabody Energy Leader in Education program rewards dedicated education professionals — from teachers and coaches to librarians and counselors — who inspire and motivate youths to succeed. Award recipients are selected throughout the school year by a committee of top educators and business leaders. Photo by John F. Russell

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