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Routt County in photos: Feb. 24, 2014

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Zoey, a pit bull mix, seems to tell owner Bashi Bradley it was time to stop fishing and take a walk Monday afternoon by the Yampa River in Steamboat Springs. The day's high temperatures made conditions perfect for fishing and walking the dog. Unfortunately for Zoey, Bradley seemed to be hooked on the idea of fishing. Photo by John F. Russell

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Grooming for night skiing. Submitted by: Cindy Fuster

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Anyone home? Here is a photo of a female elk hanging out on Natches Way across from The Ranch. Submitted by: Stacey Anderson

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I love this spring weather. Submitted by: Doug Jones

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The Whiteout Volleyball Club 16's team won the Power 3 event held Sunday in Denver. Pictured in the front row, from left, are Sidney Richard, AshLee Gingerich and Cala McCollum. Pictured in the second row are coach Greg Johnson, Jenna Miller, Anna Skubiz, Maddie Labor, Brittney Starks, Callie Heil, Hayley Johnson and coach Kim Holm. Linda Starks/courtesy

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Sunday sunset. Submitted by: Rhys Jones

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Catching some rays: This elk was seen standing by a house on Natches way for a couple hours Sunday afternoon. Submitted by: Doug Garber

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A jet airplane lands at Yampa Valley Regional Airport near Hayden. Sixel Consulting will present the preliminary findings of a YVRA air service study to the Routt County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Dennis Johnson, of Native Excavating, uses a snowcat to move snow off the high school football field Monday morning. Native Excavating and Steamboat Ski Area donate equipment and operators to help get the fields ready for the start of the spring season every year. The season officially began Monday, and the field is nearly game ready. Photo by John F. Russell

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Soroco freshman Morgan George brings a level of defense to the Rams that head coach David Bruner said his team needs with the district tournament set to begin Tuesday. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Hayden senior Isaac Bridges and the Tigers will head to Rangely on Tuesday. Winners of four straight games with just five players in uniform, Hayden bumped up to the No. 6 seed. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Steamboat girls youth hockey players Peyton Curley (U12), Maura Glynn (U14), Brooke Buchanan (U14) and Jensen Kavanaugh (U12) were all selected to their respective MSGHL All-League teams during the weekend at the league championships in Denver. Shannon Lukens/courtesy

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