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The Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival got rolling Thursday with high school students carrying on the long-running tradition of making snow sculptures in downtown Steamboat Springs.

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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 students Alexandra Waldschmidt (front, on ladder) Amber Finch (back, left) and Courtnee Weiss 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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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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