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Routt County in photos: Nov. 2, 2013

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Submitted by: Mark Ruckman

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Submitted by: Mark Ruckman

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Submitted by: Mark Ruckman

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Refusing to give up. Submitted by Curt Merchant

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Maritza Wiedel, from left, Maddie Labor, Taylor Harrington and Maddie Robertson play in Steamboat’s match against Montrose on Saturday. Steamboat went 0-2 for the day to finish its season 13-10. Brian Harrington/courtesy

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There were some distractions on the course for the Girls on the Run event in Steamboat Springs, namely a pair of horses that enthralled the passers-by and even brought a few of them to drop from the event and watch the horses gallop around a meadow. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Hundreds of girls, their friends and their family members took part Saturday in the Girls on the Run 5-kilometer run in Steamboat Springs. The event capped off 10 weeks of classes and meetings meant to help the elementary and middle school-aged girls develop healthy habits emotionally, mentally and physically. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Ian Prichard, left, co-founder and president of Black Tie Ski Rentals, and Ryan Simms, director of operations, display custom skis made by Meier, a Glenwood Springs company that makes skis from beetle-killed wood. Photo by John F. Russell

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Co-founder of Black Tie Ski Rentals, Ian Prichard, packs bags inside the Steamboat Springs ski rental business. Photo by John F. Russell

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Dana Stein, director of business development at Black Tie Ski Rentals, works on the computer while co-founderIan Prichard and director of operations Ryan Simms check out schedules in the ski rental business's offices. Photo by John F. Russell

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Fifth-grader Emily Varela works with other Spanish-speaking students after school during the homework club at Soda Creek Elementary School. Photo by John F. Russell

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Fifth-grader Melvin Marquez listens to one of the teachers while completing a homework assignment after school at Soda Creek Elementary School. Photo by John F. Russell

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ELL teacher Ann Coon works with a student after school during the homework club at Soda Creek Elementary School. Visual cues, Coon said, are a key component to teaching English-language learners. Photo by John F. Russell

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Third-grader Alexis Jimenez reacts to teacher Ann Coon during homework club at Soda Creek Elementary School. Photo by John F. Russell

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Fifth-grader Jenni Martinez works with other Spanish-speaking students after school during the homework club at Soda Creek Elementary School. Photo by John F. Russell

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Third-grader Alexis Jimenez gets help from school-based mentor Becky Kruger on his math assignment during homework club at Soda Creek Elementary School. Photo by John F. Russell

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Third-grader Alexis Jimenez gets help from school-based mentor Becky Kruger on his math assignment during homework club at Soda Creek Elementary School. Kruger helps organize the program every Monday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Arturo Villa Parra plays with his brother Julio Cesar Sandoval at the family's home in Steamboat Springs. Arturo's family, who moved to Steamboat Springs during the summer, speaks primarily Spanish at home. Arturo and his two high school siblings are learning the basics of English in their classes at Steamboat Springs High School. Photo by John F. Russell

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Keyla, Arturo and Emmanuel Villa Parra have found a home and solace with their grandma, step-father and mother in Steamboat Springs after escaping a violent past in Chihuahua, Mexico. Photo by John F. Russell

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Fifth-grader Ximena Escarcega smiles while working with a friend at the homework club after school at Soda Creek Elementary School. The club is open to all students, but many of the children taking part come from non-English speaking homes. Photo by John F. Russell

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Arturo Villa Parra plays with his little brother Julio Cesar Sandoval at the family's home in Steamboat Springs. Arturo's family, who moved to Steamboat Springs during the summer, speaks primarily Spanish at home. He is just learning the basics right now, but Arturo said he hopes to be close to being fluent in English when he is done with high school. Photo by John F. Russell

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Keyla, Arturo and Emmanuel Villa Parra have found a home and solace with their grandma, step-father and mother in Steamboat Springs after escaping a violent past in Chihuahua, Mexico. Photo by John F. Russell

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