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Routt County in photos: July 18, 2014

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Sarah Hoeller, a tenant at the Xanadu condos overlooking Ski Time Square, learned Thursday that all the tenants in the eight-unit building were being asked to move out by Sunday. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Setting sun, taken from the top of Storm Meadows Drive. Submitted by: G Frederic Reynolds

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Baldy at Stagecoach. Submitted by: Wendy Pichiotino

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Letter received by Xanadu tenants

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Juli and Sam Gordon recently opened Smell That Bread Bakery at the corner of 11th and Oak streets in downtown Steamboat Springs. Smell That Bread Bakery/Courtesy

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Marcus Worthen, president and network engineer for Ski Town Computing, and co-worker with Amy Johnson help Jim Erickson sync his tablet and phone at the Mountain View Manor senior apartments in downtown Steamboat Springs on Friday. Ski Town Computing took the afternoon to work with residents at the apartments with any technical issues they might be having. Photo by John F. Russell

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Shelby McCannon, of the Steamboat Springs U12 white team, works to clear the ball Friday during the first day of the Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament. The Steamboat girls, just one of many teams playing in this weekend's tournament, lost the game to the visiting NTX Reign O2 girls from Texas. Photo by John F. Russell

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Colter Gaunsmann, of the Steamboat Springs U11 Navy team, fires a shot on goal in a game Friday afternoon against the Indos on the first day of the Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament. The Steamboat boys, just one of many teams playing in this weekend's tournament, topped the Indos by a final score of 9-6. Games will continue Saturday with the finals taking place Sunday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Ethan Spence, of the Steamboat Springs U12 Navy team, controls the ball Friday afternoon in a game against the Indos on the first day of the Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament. The Steamboat boys, just one of many teams playing in this weekend's tournament, topped the Indos by a final score of 9-6. Photo by John F. Russell

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Joshua Hamilton, of the Steamboat Springs U11 Navy team, fires a shot on goal in a game Friday afternoon against the Indos on the first day of the Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament. The Steamboat boys, just one of many teams playing in this weekend's tournament, topped the Indos by a final score of 9-6. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs' Alexa Paoli battles for the ball during a 2-1 win against the Select O2G team during a game on the first day in the Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament. The teams were playing in the U12 Bronze girls division. Steamboat has several teams in the annual tournament, which draws teams from across the state and nation. Photo by John F. Russell

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Riley Hodges, of the Steamboat Springs U12 Navy team, controls the ball in a game Friday afternoon against O2G on the first day of the Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament. The Steamboat girls, just one of many teams playing in this weekend's tournament, scored two first half goals and then held on down the stretch for a 2-1 victory. Photo by John F. Russell

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This low-slung Lola was among the most exotic race cars that took part in the Vintage Auto Races in Steamboat in the 1980s and 1990s. Tom Ross/file

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Yampa Valley Electric Association has purchased the TIC campus at Elk River Road and U.S. Highway 40 and intends to establish it as its new headquarters. Photo by Scott Franz

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Sue Carpenter gets a helping hand from Ski Town Computing's Amy Johnson on Friday morning at the senior citizen apartments in downtown Steamboat Springs. Ski Town Computing stopped by to help residents with any problems they were having with phones, tablets and computers. Photo by John F. Russell

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