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Routt County in photos: Oct. 31, 2013

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Mount Werner and the new Four Points Lodge shot from Soda Creek Elementary. Submitted by: Matt Helm

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Steamboat Springs shot from Emerald Mountain. Submitted by: Matt Helm

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Harrison Creek after hiking through knee-deep snow. Submitted by: Matt Helm

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Buff Pass shot from 12th Street. Submitted by: Matt Helm

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Night shot of Mount Werner with the stars turned out to be pretty cool. Submitted by: Matt Helm

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The Moose Mountain girls were handing out candy. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Caitlyn McKenzie and Jon as Scooby-Doo. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Chad and Sabrina James. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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A woman snaps a pick of a squad of green army soldiers on Thursday at the Steamboat Springs Halloween Stroll. Photo by Scott Franz

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Jango Fett and an Oompa Loompa hang out at the Steamboat Springs Halloween Stroll. Photo by Scott Franz

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Children participate in a screaming contest downtown Steamboat Springs during the Halloween Stroll. Photo by Scott Franz

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Spectators take pictures of Brandon Temple, dressed as a Japanese robot on Thursday at the Halloween Stroll. Photo by Scott Franz

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Stanzi and Robin Lucy stand out from the crowd as a zombie bride and groom. Photo by Scott Franz

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Lance Leader sports a scary mask on Thursday night during the Steamboat Springs Halloween Stroll. Photo by Scott Franz

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A group of foxes roam Lincoln Avenue on Thursday night during the annual Halloween Stroll in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Scott Franz

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Stagecoach resident George Decorte sports a spooky metallic mask Thursday night at the Steamboat Springs Halloween Stroll. Photo by Scott Franz

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The Requist family poses as a colony of jellyfish on Thursday night during the Steamboat Springs Halloween Stroll. Photo by Scott Franz

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Hank Metcalf enjoys a snack while posing as a lion Thursday night at the Steamboat Springs Halloween Stroll. Hundreds of costume-clad trick-or-treaters went trick or treating downtown. Photo by Scott Franz

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Annual witches night out, Oct. 30, at the Cauldron! Submitted by: Sue Hansen

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Submitted by: Sabrina James

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Three of Emerald Mountain School's middle school students in costume for Halloween; they spent the afternoon enjoying the Student Council's Haunted House! Submitted by: Debbie Gooding

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Clark resident Chad Vale poses with the moose he took in early October. Vale said the hunt went without a hitch and said he had filled his tag 45 minutes after leaving his truck. It's been a good, if at times bumpy, season for other hunters chasing elk and deer in the area thanks to this season's abundant snow. Courtesy photo

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Zumba was wild at Old Town Hot Springs on Halloween! Photos courtesy Shannon Lukens

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Zumba was wild at Old Town Hot Springs on Halloween! Photos courtesy Shannon Lukens

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Lawrence Block has been named the new director of the Steamboat Springs Arts Council. Photo by John F. Russell

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Al Reiner talks about one of the photographs he currently has on display at the Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts in downtown Steamboat. Reiner's most recent work focuses on trains. Photo by John F. Russell

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Al Reiner is reflected in one of the photographs he currently has on display at the Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts in downtown Steamboat Springs. Reiner's most recent work focuses on trains. Photo by John F. Russell

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Aubrey Rohde playing the part of Miss Casewell in Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap." The production opens with a 7 p.m. performance Friday night. Photo by John F. Russell

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Tom Hukriede playing the part of Christopher in Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap." Photo by John F. Russell

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Sergeant Trotter, played by Chad McGown, questions Tom Hukriede's character Christopher in Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap." The production opens with a 7 p.m. performance Friday night. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and tickets are available at All That Jazz or www.chieftheater.com and are $15 for adults, and $10 for students. Photo by John F. Russell

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Chad McGown playing the part of Sergeant Trotter in Agatha Christie’s "The Mousetrap" questions Bill Cousins, who plays the part of Major Metcalf. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bill Cousins plays the part of Major Metcalf in Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap." The production opens at 7 p.m. Friday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Snow guns sit idol at the bottom of Steamboat Ski Area on Thursday afternoon. The ski area began making snow overnight Wednesday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bill Cousins plays the part of Major Metcalf shares a scene with Nina Rogers playing Mrs. Boyle in Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap." Photo by John F. Russell

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Chad McGown plays the part of Trotter in Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap." The production opens with a 7 p.m. performance Friday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Nina Rogers playing the part of Mrs. Boyle shares a scene with Bill Cousins playing Major Metcalf in Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap." The production opens with a 7 p.m. performance Friday. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and tickets are available at All That Jazz or at www.chieftheater.com and are $15 for adults and $10 for students. Photo by John F. Russell

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We ARRRRR your Genuine Hometown Bankers! Submitted by: Justin Hirsch

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We ARRRRR your Genuine Hometown Bankers! Submitted by: Justin Hirsch

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We ARRRRR your Genuine Hometown Bankers! Submitted by: Justin Hirsch

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Craig City Council member Ray Beck, left, speaks at the Denver rally in support of coal Wednesday. Moffat County Commissioner Chuck Grobe testified earlier in the day at the Environmental Protection Agency listening sessions, explaining why strict regulations on existing coal-fire power plants could be harmful to the Yampa Valley economy. Photo by Erin Fenner

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Soda Creek Elementary School physical education teacher Erin Early, dressed in Harlem Globetrotters gear, led students in a dance routine before school on Halloween. Dozens of students danced in the light snowfall to the beats of the hit songs "Gangnam Style," "Party Rock Anthem" and "What Does the Fox Say?" It was all part of what could become a weekly exercise routine for Soda Creek students before the school day begins, Principal Michele Miller said. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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