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Routt County in photos: Nov. 5, 2013

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Sunset on Nov. 5. Submitted by: Ryan Lohan

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Snow and leaves. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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U.S. Highway 40 canyon Tuesday morning, heading east. Submitted by: Kurt A. Garbin

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Submitted by: Matt Helm

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Submitted by: Matt Helm

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Flynn is a handsome, friendly 5-year-old Akbash who came to the shelter as a stray. He loves going on walks and is extremely affectionate and eager to please. He would appreciate an owner who can help build up his trust, as he probably was not treated well in his past home. Come meet him at the Steamboat Springs Animal Shelter or call 970-879-0621 for more information. Courtesy photo

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Students at Strawberry Park Elementary School cheer as Allyson Spear, back row middle, is presented with a check for $1,000 as part of Peabody Energy’s Leaders in Education program. Steamboat Springs Superintendent Brad Meeks along with committee members Jennifer Berdine and Gayle Dudley are pictured to the left of Spear. Leaders in Education program Director Maureen Moore, Peabody Human Resource Manager Scott Harrell and Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association President Tom Kern are pictured to the right of Spear. Photo by John F. Russell

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Tony Connell visits with his daughter Claire after learning he was leading his Steamboat Springs City Council race Tuesday night at Carl's Tavern in downtown Steamboat Springs. Connell won the race. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs City Council member Scott Myller congratulates David Scully after a group of 2A supporters learned the ballot referendum had passed Tuesday evening. The group gathered at Carl’s Tavern on Yampa Street in downtown to celebrate the victory. Photo by John F. Russell

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David Scully is all smiles as he visits with a group of Referendum 2A supporters after learning that the ballot referendum had passed Tuesday evening. The group gathered at Carl’s Tavern on Yampa Street in downtown Steamboat Springs to celebrate the victory. Photo by John F. Russell

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David Scully was all smiles as he visited with Tracy Barnett, manager of Mainstreet Steamboat Springs, and other 2A supporters Tuesday evening. The group gathered at Carl’s Tavern on Yampa Street in downtown to celebrate the victory. Photo by John F. Russell

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Collin Kelley, a supporter of 2A, checks results on his phone Tuesday night. The ballot referendum, which dedicates for 10 years Steamboat's lodging tax to new bike trails and improvements on Yampa Street, passed easily in Tuesday night's election. Photo by John F. Russell

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