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Routt County in photos: Sept. 6, 2013

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Took this photo while camping at Hahns Peak Lake this week. Submitted by: Kevin Anderson

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Bust of Steamboat — hanging with the Chief. First Friday Artwalk preview party. Submitted by: Michael Kinnecom

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Alpenglow with an attitude. Submitted by: Teri Wall

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Emerald Mountain sunset. Submitted by: Stephanie Keeler

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Laura Karch, RMYC and Linda D’Aquila, Kiwanis Club of Steamboat, smile during the presentation of a $1,000.00 Kiwanis Club grant to the Yampa Valley Science School Scholarship Fund. Photo by: Bart Ingalls. Submitted by: Linda D'Aquila.

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Colorado Mountain College student government advisor Chris Harnden, on left, and CMC student activities assistant Ashley Bernklau work at a booth at the CMC community fair on Aug. 29. Photo by: Todd Schuster. Submitted by: Debra Crawford.

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Nicolai Buccino plays the guitar at Colorado Mountain College’s community fair in Steamboat Springs on Aug. 29. Students learned about community organizations and student clubs while enjoying a barbecue and fun activities. Photo by: Todd Schuster. Submitted by: Debra Crawford.

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The first week of fall semester at Colorado Mountain College in Steamboat Springs included a community fair on Aug. 29. Students had the opportunity to learn about local agencies and student clubs while enjoying music and fun activities. More than 40 clubs and community organizations participated in the fair. Community organizations in attendance included Vectra Bank, Coaching Academics, Anytime Fitness, Bank of the West, Steamboat Resort, Planned Parenthood, Powder Pursuits, Wendy’s, Union Wireless, Horizons, STARS, Christy Sports, Democrats of Routt County, Republicans of Routt County, Pregnancy Resource Center, Young Life, Skate Church, Deluxe Tattoo, Advocates and Hungry Dog. Photo by: Todd Schuster. Submitted by: Debra Crawford

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Sunset through the aspens on Buff Pass. Submitted by: Alyssa Retzena

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Friday's alpenglow: This was taken from our deck at Troy and Tammi Strickland's ranch in Milner looking into town. That's not the sun you're seeing. Submitted by: Troy Strickland

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Taken Thursday. Submitted by: Ryan Lohan

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Sunflower planted by the Community Cultivation Program in their beds at the Yampa River Botanical Park. Submitted by: Deb Reed

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A Subaru involved in a crash at about 4:30 p.m. Friday at South Lincoln Avenue and Walton Creek Road is loaded onto a tow truck. The car rear-ended a sport utility vehicle at the intersection. The female driver of the Subaru was taken to Yampa Valley Medical Center and then taken to Routt County Jail, where she was arrested on suspicion of DUI. The occupants of the other vehicle were not injured. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Zakkary Leftwich, a student at the North Routt Community Charter School, reads a book in class earlier this week. The school started its new school year with Brandon LaChance as director. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bill Fetcher restored a 1959 New Holland self-propelled baler that began its service on his family ranch 54 years ago and used it to put up 120 small bales on the Fetcher Ranch near Clark this summer. Fetcher Ranch/courtesy

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Brothers Bill, left, and Jay Fetcher pose 54 years ago on their family’s 1959 New Holland self-propelled Hay Cruiser baler. At the time, Bill was 13, and Jay was 11. Fetcher Ranch/courtesy

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The Fetcher brothers — Bill, left, and Jay — pose on the 1959 Hay Cruiser baler restored by Bill and put back into light use this summer on the Fetcher Ranch near Clark. The photo re-creates a nearly identical image taken 54 years ago when the self-propelled baler first arrived at the ranch. Fetcher Ranch/courtesy

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The Soroco defense swarms Friday against Justice. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Soroco's Ian Palyo leaps to block a pass Friday against Justice. He missed, but teammate Storm Veilleux picked the pass off and returned it for a touchdown. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Matt Regan stands up after scoring a two-point conversion Friday against Justice. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Soroco's Cody Constine slaps hands with teammates before Friday's game against Justice. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Soroco coach David Bruner sends in some advice early Friday against Justice. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Ryan Jeep, No. 33, eyes the ball for a big catch and a long gain Friday against Justice. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Eric Logan breaks away from a defender Friday as Soroco defeated Justice. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Bjorn Carlson hauls in a pass Friday against Justice. Soroco's offense had no problems in the rout. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Storm Veilleux sprints for a touchdown on a punt return Friday against Justice. The sophomore scored five touchdowns in the game en route to Soroco High School's 54-6 victory. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Senior Matt Regan cheers as Storm Veilleux returns a punt for a touchdown in the second quarter of Friday's 54-6 win against Justice. Regan threw three touchdown passes — all to Veilleux — and ran for another in the team's home-opening victory. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Two beauties. Submitted by: Rachel Murphy

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