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Routt County in photos: Aug. 8, 2014

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Mama and babies. Submitted by: Josie Fratus

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Two boys just hanging out. Submitted by: Joe Pierce

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Mama and babies. Submitted by: Josie Fratus

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Mama and babies. Submitted by: Josie Fratus

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My 3 1/2-year-old loved his Steamboat trip! Learning to longboard here on the Front Range. Submitted by: Greg Moore

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A Wahl videographer captures some footage of the team roping competition Friday at the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series. The popular hair clippers company is in town all weekend filming the rodeo and downtown for an upcoming commercial. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Mark Baugh, visiting from Florida, gets a sample from Chern Topoian at this year's Steamboat Wine Festival's Stroll of Steamboat, which took place Friday evening in downtown Steamboat Springs. The Wine Festival will continue Saturday with a number of events, ranging from Hike & Hops at the Four Points Lodge to the Beer-B-Q on Saturday evening at Torian Plum Plaza. Photo by John F. Russell

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Wine glasses are lined up on a table on the courthouse lawn Friday night for the Steamboat Wine Festival's Stroll of Steamboat. The Wine Festival will continue Saturday with a number of events, ranging from Hike & Hops at the Four Points Lodge to the Beer-B-Q on Saturday evening at Torian Plum Plaza. Photo by John F. Russell

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The courthouse lawn was full Friday evening as folks came out to enjoy the Steamboat Wine Festival's Stroll of Steamboat. The Wine Festival will continue Saturday with a number of events, ranging from Hike & Hops at the Four Points Lodge to the Beer-B-Q on Saturday evening at Torian Plum Plaza. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kelly Lansford gets a sample from wine vendor Bill Petersen at this year's Steamboat Wine Festival's Stroll of Steamboat, which took place Friday evening in downtown Steamboat Springs. The Wine Festival will continue Saturday with a number of events, ranging from Hike & Hops at the Four Points Lodge to the Beer-B-Q on Saturday evening at Torian Plum Plaza. Photo by John F. Russell

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Local banker and philanthropist John Kerst accepts Steamboat's coveted Heritage Award on Thursday night. The award was presented to Kerst for 26 years of service here in Steamboat. At an award ceremony in Citizen's Hall, Kerst was showered with praise by his friends and colleagues. The award itself is a six-point bronze elk statue designed by local rancher and sculptor Curtis Zabel. It is awarded every two years. Photo by Scott Franz

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A long line of traffic makes its way out of downtown Steamboat Springs on Friday afternoon. Construction at Anglers Drive slowed the early part of rush hour down a bit. Photo by John F. Russell

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Levy Knight holds up traffic at Anglers Drive and U.S. Highway 40 on Friday evening. Construction work on the roads surround Steamboat Springs has slowed traffic, frustrating drivers. Photo by John F. Russell

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Levy Knight holds up traffic at Anglers Drive and U.S. Highway 40 on Friday evening. Construction work on the roads surrounding Steamboat Springs has slowed traffic, frustrating drivers. Photo by John F. Russell

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Levy Knight holds up traffic at Anglers Drive and U.S. Highway 40 on Friday evening. Construction work on the roads around Steamboat Springs has slowed traffic, frustrating drivers. Photo by John F. Russell

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Traffic is reflected in Jerry Speicher's sunglasses as he directs traffic along Lincoln Avenue on Friday morning. A major construction and paving project has frustrated many motorist in the Steamboat area the past few days, and the end is still not in sight. Photo by John F. Russell

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Jerry Speicher directs traffic along Lincoln Avenue on Friday morning. A major construction and paving project has frustrated many motorist in the Steamboat Springs area the past few days, and the end still is not in sight. Speicher said all he can do is smile and try to keep traffic moving as smoothly as possible. Photo by John F. Russell

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Jayden Kay, of the Boltz from Billings, Montana, heads for home after getting caught in a run-down during a Triple Crown game Friday morning. The Boltz beat the Dream Team, from Washington in a hard-fought 11-7 game. Photo by John F. Russell

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Just like back home, the three-stage outdoor Salmonstock Festival in Ninilchik, Alaska, drew revelers young and wrinkled, from kids in strollers to salmon-fishing septuagenarians. Photo by Eugene Buchanan

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