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Routt County in photos: Sept. 24, 2013

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What day is it? Hump day. Submitted by: Chris Blossom

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Eagle Valley's Jamiee Rindy tries to save a ball Tuesday against Steamboat Springs. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat's Mikaila Jegtvig launches a ball across the net Tuesday against Eagle Valley. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Maddie Robertson falls back after driving a ball between a trio of Eagle Valley blockers. Steamboat was at its best the longest in a streaky match Tuesday against the Devils, winning in four sets. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Looking at Steamboat Ski Area from Dunckley Pass. Submitted by: Rex Randall

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Seventh hole at Haymaker Golf Course. Submitted by: Chris Lanham

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Steamboat's Will Petersen, left, kicks the ball away from an Eagle Valley player during their game Tuesday at Eagle Valley. The game ended in a 3-3 tie. Dominique Taylor/Vail Daily

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Leroy Fief weeps when his wife, Mary Rose Fief, testifies at the Moffat County Courthouse on Monday. Photo by Erin Fenner

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Steamboat Springs tennis player Matthew White returns a shot during a match against Vail Christian on Tuesday afternoon at the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs. The Sailors swept the match, picking up a 7-0 victory. Photo by John F. Russell

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Leroy Fief, background, sits at attention at Moffat County Courthouse with his attorney Jeremy J. Snow, foreground. Photo by Erin Fenner

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Longtime Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club coach and community member Gary Crawford will be leaving Steamboat Springs in mid-October to move to Cocoa Beach, Fla. His wife, Kim, has been battling a series of autoimmune diseases and fibromyalgia the past several years, and doctors have advised the couple to make a move to a warmer climate at sea level. Photo by John F. Russell

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Rookie is a handsome, lovable Lab mix. He knows basic obedience, loves tennis balls and gets along with other dogs. He is a good boy who would be a great addition to the right family. Come visit him at the Steamboat Springs Animal Shelter or call 970-879-0621 for more information. Courtesy photo

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Steamboat Ski Town Lions Club President Bill Crosby, right, presents the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award on Tuesday to Bradley Moline at The Egg & I restaurant. Moline was honored for donating goods and services for events, including the Fourth of July Pancake Breakfast and Relay For Life breakfast. The award is presented to individuals who offer significant support to the Lions Club and was established in 1973 in honor of Lions Club International founder Melvin Jones. Courtesy photo

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Hayden High School freshman Lexy Gumm sands an old Jeep during auto body class Tuesday. The school has received a $25,000 grant to offer an auto body class to all students in Routt and Moffat counties. Photo by Matt Stensland

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The city of Steamboat Springs is one of the transportation providers in Routt County that are participating in a yearlong program to look into the possibility of using more alternative fuels in their fleets. The city in recent years has grown its hybrid bus fleet and is realizing a significant fuel savings from the vehicles. Photo by Scott Franz

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Sunday's Poochy Paddle at Old Town Hot Springs. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Sunday's Poochy Paddle at Old Town Hot Springs. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Sunday's Poochy Paddle at Old Town Hot Springs. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Sunday's Poochy Paddle at Old Town Hot Springs. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Sunday's Poochy Paddle at Old Town Hot Springs. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Sunday's Poochy Paddle at Old Town Hot Springs. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Sunday's Poochy Paddle at Old Town Hot Springs. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Emerald Mountain School students cheer on one of their classmates as he finishes the 12K run at the Emerald Mountain Trail Run held Saturday at Howelsen Hill. This was the last run of the season for the Steamboat Running Series. Submitted by: Debbie Gooding

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8 a.m. Monday: First snow on the new Four Points Lodge. Submitted by: Don Borden

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First snow on the Flattops, taken Tuesday. Submitted by: Ollie Ballard

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We are from Syosset, N.Y., and are new members of the Over The Hill Gang. We went crane watching, cooked our own steaks at 8th Street Steakhouse, enjoyed waterfall messages at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, hiked Fish Creek Falls and took the gondola up Mount Werner to hike. We're trying to make this our retirement. Submitted by: Rob and Anne Volk

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We are from Syosset, N.Y., and are new members of the Over The Hill Gang. We went crane watching, cooked our own steaks at 8th Street Steakhouse, enjoyed waterfall messages at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, hiked Fish Creek Falls and took the gondola up Mount Werner to hike. We're trying to make this our retirement. Submitted by: Rob and Anne Volk

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We are from Syosset, N.Y., and are new members of the Over The Hill Gang. We went crane watching, cooked our own steaks at 8th Street Steakhouse, enjoyed waterfall messages at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, hiked Fish Creek Falls and took the gondola up Mount Werner to hike. We're trying to make this our retirement. Submitted by: Rob and Anne Volk

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We are from Syosset, N.Y., and are new members of the Over The Hill Gang. We went crane watching, cooked our own steaks at 8th Street Steakhouse, enjoyed waterfall messages at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, hiked Fish Creek Falls and took the gondola up Mount Werner to hike. We're trying to make this our retirement. Submitted by: Rob and Anne Volk

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We are from Syosset, N.Y., and are new members of the Over The Hill Gang. We went crane watching, cooked our own steaks at 8th Street Steakhouse, enjoyed waterfall messages at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, hiked Fish Creek Falls and took the gondola up Mount Werner to hike. We're trying to make this our retirement. Submitted by: Rob and Anne Volk

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We are from Syosset, N.Y., and are new members of the Over The Hill Gang. We went crane watching, cooked our own steaks at 8th Street Steakhouse, enjoyed waterfall messages at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, hiked Fish Creek Falls and took the gondola up Mount Werner to hike. We're trying to make this our retirement. Submitted by: Rob and Anne Volk

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We are from Syosset, N.Y., and are new members of the Over The Hill Gang. We went crane watching, cooked our own steaks at 8th Street Steakhouse, enjoyed waterfall messages at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, hiked Fish Creek Falls and took the gondola up Mount Werner to hike. We're trying to make this our retirement. Submitted by: Rob and Anne Volk

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We are from Syosset, N.Y., and are new members of the Over The Hill Gang. We went crane watching, cooked our own steaks at 8th Street Steakhouse, enjoyed waterfall messages at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, hiked Fish Creek Falls and took the gondola up Mount Werner to hike. We're trying to make this our retirement. Submitted by: Rob and Anne Volk

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We are from Syosset, N.Y., and are new members of the Over The Hill Gang. We went crane watching, cooked our own steaks at 8th Street Steakhouse, enjoyed waterfall messages at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, hiked Fish Creek Falls and took the gondola up Mount Werner to hike. We're trying to make this our retirement. Submitted by: Rob and Anne Volk

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We are from Syosset, N.Y., and are new members of the Over The Hill Gang. We went crane watching, cooked our own steaks at 8th Street Steakhouse, enjoyed waterfall messages at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, hiked Fish Creek Falls and took the gondola up Mount Werner to hike. We're trying to make this our retirement. Submitted by: Rob and Anne Volk

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We are from Syosset, N.Y., and are new members of the Over The Hill Gang. We went crane watching, cooked our own steaks at 8th Street Steakhouse, enjoyed waterfall messages at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, hiked Fish Creek Falls and took the gondola up Mount Werner to hike. We're trying to make this our retirement. Submitted by: Rob and Anne Volk

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Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. Director of Lift Maintenance Kurt Castor is back in Steamboat Springs on Tuesday after traveling to Sterling during the weekend to help get the pumps that power the city’s wastewater treatment plant back in operation. Sterling lifted a no-flush order Monday morning. Castor grew up near Sterling in New Raymer. Photo by Tom Ross

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