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Routt County in photos: Aug. 5, 2014

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Rainbow over the Yampa River. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Haymaker's 10th green, after last Wednesday's rain storm. Submitted by: Chris Lanham

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There's gold at the end of those rainbows. Submitted by: Catherine Kurtz

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Mule deer in the backyard. Submitted by: Doran Walton

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Sunset over Lake Catamount. Submitted by: Burga Nestora

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Lily at Yampa River Botanic Park. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Indian paintbrush at Dumont Lake. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Early Haymaker round with bud Shannon Lukens. Submitted by: Barbara Robinson

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Southwestern Energy has an office at 390 Yampa Ave. in Craig and a small office in Steamboat Springs. The company recently announced a $31 million acquisition of 74,000 net acres of mineral leases in the Niobrara shale formation, adding to the 306,000 net acres it acquired for $183 million in March. Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

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Larry Calistro helps put a wooden truss in place at the Peace Pavilion at Rotary River Park, which is currently being built near the entrance of Rotary Park just off the Yampa River Core Trail. Joe Bonn, of J.Bonn Wood Products, crafted the structure at his sawmill and is setting it up on-site using beetle-killed material a timber framing method. Photo by John F. Russell

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People stop while walking along the Yampa River Core Trail to check out the work on the Rotary Club's new Peace Pavilion at Rotary River Park. The club has raised about $75,000 for the project, which is expected to cost $140,000. Photo by John F. Russell

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Joe Redfern fastens a truss to the Rotary Club of Steamboat's new Peace Pavilion at Rotary River Park. The pavilion is being built just off the Yampa River Core Trail near the entrance at Rotary Park and is being funded by the Rotary Club. Photo by John F. Russell

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Builder Joe Bonn, of J. Bonn Wood Products, works on the Rotary Club's new Peace Pavilion at Rotary River Park just off the Yampa River Core Trail near Rotary Park. The club is building the pavilion and still is trying to raise more funds to pay for the completion. The pavilion and landscaping are expected to cost about $140,000 and the Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs has raised a little more than half the total amount. The club is hoping that, when finished, the site will be a place where people in our community can find peace, and pass it along to others. Photo by John F. Russell

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Larry Calistro, from left, Joe Redfern and Joe Bonn put a wooden truss in place at the new Peace Pavilion at Rotary River Park, which is currently being built near the entrance of Rotary Park just off the Yampa River Core Trail. Bonn, of J.Bonn Wood Products, crafted the structure at his sawmill and is setting it up on site using beetle-killed material a timber framing method. Photo by John F. Russell

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Mindy Mulliken, left, and Karen Tremaine celebrate after finishing the Singletrack 6 mountain bike race in Canada in first place. The pair dominated the women's open duo category through the event's six stages, winning by about 90 minutes. John Gibson Photo/Singletrack 6

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