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Routt County in photos: Feb. 6, 2014

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Chairlift entertainment last weekend on the Morningside chair lift at Steamboat Ski area. Submitted by Kristen Crew. Kristen Crew/courtesy

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Company during the commute home on U.S. Highway 40 west. Submitted by Kelley Rodriguez. Kelley Rodriguez/courtesy

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On the way to Steamboat Ski Area on Wednesday morning. Submitted by Sonia Kuldalsky. Sonia Kudalsky/courtesy

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Nice parking job. Submitted by Sarah Cherry. Sarah Cherry/courtesy

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Missy stopping for a nice scratch. Submitted by Samantha Young. Samantha Young/courtesy

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Steamboat Springs High School students, from left, Summer Dorr, Madi Owen, Payton Wendler and Casey Kirkendall work on a sculpture on Lincoln Avenue Thursday afternoon. The snow sculptures are a Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival tradition. Photo by John F. Russell

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Danielle Haxton laughs while working on a snow sculpture with Mackenzie Holmberg, middle, and Andie Baker Thursday afternoon. The snow sculptures are a Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival tradition. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs High School students, from left, Preston Anderson, Joe Hilterbrand, Jeffrey Seng and Levi Wynne work on a sculpture on Lincoln Avenue Thursday afternoon. The snow sculptures are a Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival tradition. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs High School student Amber Finch uses a shovel to work on a snow sculpture on Lincoln Avenue Thursday morning. The snow sculptures are a Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival tradition. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bridger Boyd performs a trick before landing safely in an airbag at the base of Howelsen Hill. The airbag jam session is one of the new Winter Carnival events incorporated into this year's schedule. Photo by John F. Russell

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Sherry Meadows' fourth-grade Soda Creek students march down Eighth Street in downtown Steamboat Springs toward Howelsen Hill during the school's version of the Parade of Nations. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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A pair of Soda Creek Elementary School students display the German flag as they march toward Howelsen Hill during the school's rendition of the Parade of Nations. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Soda Creek Elementary School student Luke Duksa, right, asks U.S. Paralympics coach Greg Rawlings how his life would be different if he wasn't an Olympian during the school's version of the Parade of Nations Thursday. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Soda Creek Elementary School student Paula Effinger waves the American flag following the school's version of the Parade of Nations Thursday morning. Photo by John F. Russell

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Soda Creek Elementary School music teacher Jake Gasau leads Madelyn Yamashta, right, and the group of Australian-flag bearers down Eighth Street in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Winter Carnival Queen Cara Piske and her court were honored during 2014 Winter Carnival opening ceremonies Wednesday at Howelsen Hill Lodge’s Olympian Hall. In the front row, from left, are little princesses Riley Meisegeier, Vanessa Dorr, Hazel Fernley, Abby Elliott, Anna June Rhodes, Brynn Rose, Madelyn Moline and Henley Elizabeth Kerrigan. Second row, grand marshals Janet and Tim Borden, Piske, junior attendant Serina Kidd and sophomore attendant Melissa Requist. Courtesy / Rory Clow

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In a complementary pairing of two very different media this week at Circle Seven Fine Art, 1009 Lincoln Ave., Bonnie McGee shows large oil paintings of rivers that are recognizable to Northern Colorado residents, alongside sculptor Sandy Graves’ bronze trout. Her brown trout at the same time are abstracted and faithful to the nuances of the fishes’ form. Photo by Tom Ross

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Sculptor Sandy Graves’ bronze trout are paired with Bonnie McGee’s oil paintings of Northern Colorado rivers in a First Friday Artwalk opening at Circle Seven Fine Art, 1009 Lincoln Ave. Photo by Tom Ross

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