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Routt County in photos: Nov. 7, 2013

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Work is within two weeks of wrapping up on the third phase of a long, expensive project in the Yampa River designed to make a section southeast of Steamboat Springs a premier rainbow trout fishery. Jim Curd/courtesy

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Meg Morse, The Lowell Whiteman School's interim head of school, officially will take over as director July 1. Scott Franz/file

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Cider Fixins sit in various states of production in Steamboat Springs on Thursday. Made from grapefruit, cinnamon, brown sugar and spices, they will be among many locally produced products available at the Hometown Holiday Local Products Gala this weekend. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Jaime Wisch checks out the books at Bud Werner Memorial Library on Thursday afternoon in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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The Lowell Whiteman School students Casey O'Connor, from left, and Alex Ahmad joined Colorado Mountain College student Thomas Stefan Elli on Thursday afternoon to stencil storm drains in Steamboat Springs. The stencils are meant to serve as a reminder to not dump waste into the drains that run into the Yampa River and other waterways in the Steamboat area. Yampatika organized the effort, and most of the volunteers were from Lowell Whiteman where students are encouraged to take part in community service projects. Photo by John F. Russell

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A rustic spiral staircase unearthed from a property in Virginia is the centerpiece of the new Olivia’s Home Furnishings in Sundance at Fish Creek shopping center. Photo by Tom Ross

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Inside Soda Creek Elementary School, music teacher Jake Gasau's room now has a handcrafted guitar stand built by Jim Lambert via various donors in Asher Lesyshen-Kirlan's memory. An identical guitar stand also is at Strawberry Park Elementary School. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Colorado Mountain College student Dave Demalteris, 34, pins up his final product as part of his art and sustainability class. A fashion exhibit displaying the students' work will be on display through Dec. 2 at CMC. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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The students in Colorado Mountain College's art and sustainability class showed off their final products during a fashion exhibit Thursday. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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