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Routt County in photos: May 14, 2013

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Sunset from condo land Monday. Submitted by: Matthew Grasse

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Rogue flower taken Monday. Submitted by: Jenny Schmidt

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The Lowell Whiteman School students take a walk along the Great Wall of China. Courtesy/Eric Einstein

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The Lowell Whiteman School students pose at Mother Teresa's Hospital in Calcutta. Courtesy

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Dylan Parsons learning about organic farming in Hoi An, Vietnam Courtesy/Nikki Durkan

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The Lowell Whiteman School students admire colors inside a prayer flag stupa in China. Courtesy/Eric Einstein

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The two brightest planets, Venus and Jupiter, will be joined by the planet Mercury after sunset during the last week of May for a close encounter of the planetary kind. Dazzling Venus, right, and Jupiter, left, most recently met in our evening sky March 12, 2012, as captured in thistelescopic image. Jimmy Westlake/courtesy

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Sammy is a sweet, 7-year-old female. She is a mellow kitty and likes quiet surroundings as well as hanging out and relaxing on a window sill. She has an affectionate side and enjoys attention. Visit her at the Steamboat Springs Animal Shelter or call 970-879-0621 for more information. Courtesy photo

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Delegates from the Democratic Republic of the Congo voice their opposition Tuesday during the General Assembly of the Model United Nations in Steamboat Springs. The event put on by the Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services brought 155 middle school students from eight school districts to Colorado Mountain College for the event. "It's sort of cool to meet so many new people and you learn a lot about the different countries," Craig Middle School student James Brumblow said. "Some countries have problems you don't really see here." Photo by Scott Franz

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New Orleans funk and soul band Dumpstaphunk, led by Ivan Neville, will perform as the first entry in the Free Summer Concert Series with a show June 28 at Howelsen Hill. Michael Weintrob/courtesy

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Walton Creek, which drains portions of Rabbit Ears Pass, has flooded the Yampa River Core Trail underpass beneath U.S. Highway 40 as it does every spring. A federal hydrologist said Tuesday that the Elk River likely will peak this week, and the Yampa River could peak on or around May 23. Photo by Tom Ross

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Athlete of the Week: Ryan Jeep File photo

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