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Routt County in photos: Feb. 26, 2014

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The sun sets Monday night during Steamboat Ski Corporation's Employee Appreciation Week. Employees and their dependents took advantage of a special night on the slopes of See Me and Vogue. Photo taken about 6:10 p.m. Submitted by Chris Lanham.

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Howelsen Hill at 3 a.m. Wednesday morning. Submitted by Matt Helm.

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Jeff Kagan and Paige Doughty, of Jeff and Paige, perform to a large crowd at the Bud Werner Memorial Library on Wednesday afternoon. The musical group blends children's music and science to help teach children about the world they live in. Photo by John F. Russell

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Paige Doughty, of Jeff and Paige, performs to a large crowd at the Bud Werner Memorial Library on Wednesday afternoon. The musical group blends children's music and science to help teach children about the world they live in. The Boulder-based musical group performed at area schools earlier this week. Photo by John F. Russell

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Jeff Kagan, of Jeff and Paige, performs to a large crowd at the Bud Werner Memorial Library on Wednesday. The Boulder-based musical group performed at area schools earlier this week and also was invited to perform at the library as part of their visit to Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Paige Doughty, of Jeff and Paige musical group, performs to a large crowd at the Bud Werner Memorial Library on Wednesday afternoon. The group blends children's music and science to help teach children about the world they live in. The Boulder-based musical group performed at area schools earlier this week and was also invited to perform at the library as part of their visit to Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Jeff Kagan, right, and Paige Doughty perform to a large crowd at the Bud Werner Memorial Library on Wednesday afternoon. The musical group blends children's music and science to help teach children about the world they live in. The group performed at area schools earlier this week and also was invited to perform at the library. Photo by John F. Russell

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Clear blue sky, and spring like temperatures helped cyclist Chris Tamucci enjoy the day as he headed out along Routt County Road 33 on Wednesday afternoon. Photo by John F. Russell

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The Steamboat Springs Midget hockey team won the Mile High Meltdown tournament to take home gold during Presidents Day weekend. Julie Brownell/courtesy

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Steamboat senior Zach Dunklin drives past the Sierra defense in the first half of the Sailors' double-overtime win Wednesday. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Sierra's Anthony Gates, far left, holds the ball in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's state playoff game. The Stallions milked the final four minutes off the regulation clock but weren't able to get a shot off as the buzzer sounded. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Steamboat's Matthew Lanning drives the lane in the fourth quarter of the Sailors' 40-38 double-overtime win Wednesday against Sierra. Lanning led all scorers with 15 points. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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A packed and loud Kelly Meek Gymnasium erupted when Steamboat held on for a 40-38 double-overtime victory in the first round of the state playoffs. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Ethan Smith, a service technician for Zola Windows, installs a display window in the company’s new showroom on Hilltop Parkway. Photo by John F. Russell

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Ethan Smith, a service technician for Zola Windows, checks out an environmentally sound sliding door while installing a display window in the company’s new showroom on Hilltop Parkway. Photo by John F. Russell

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Ethan Smith, a service technician for Zola Windows, installs a display window in the company’s new showroom on Hilltop Parkway. Photo by John F. Russell

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Florian Speier and Jessica Pfohl, owners of Zola Windows, are opening a showroom in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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