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Routt County in photos: June 3, 2014

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Visitor in our backyard this beautiful June evening. Submitted by: Ann Hogan

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Moose mama and babies. Submitted by: Josie Fratus

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Moose mama and babies. Submitted by: Josie Fratus

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Moose mama and babies. Submitted by: Josie Fratus

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Moose. Submitted by: Josie Fratus

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Moose. Submitted by: Josie Fratus

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Elk and magpie. Submitted by: Josie Fratus

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Elk and magpie. Submitted by: Josie Fratus

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Elk and magpie. Submitted by: Josie Fratus

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Back scratch bear style in my front yard on Blue Sage Circle. Submitted by: Sandy Gander

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Cars line Owl Hoot Trail outside of Casey's Pond on Monday afternoon. The parking lot at the senior living facility does not have enough parking spaces. Photo by Scott Franz

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A group of five young Steamboat racers showed well in their first competition of the year Sunday on the Front Range. From left: Annika Malacinski, Maddie Heydon, Isabelle Boniface, Caitlin Smith, Kelly Boniface and Riley Hodges. Courtesy photo

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Kindergarten teacher Claire Wehlitz speaks to the crowd during Tuesday's kindergarten graduation at the Heritage Christian School. Wehlitz is leaving the school at the end of the year after 36 years as a kindergarten teacher. Wehlitz is sad to be leaving as a teacher, but says she plans on returning to the school from time-to-time as a volunteer. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kindergartner Marshall Moss waits to hear his name called during the Heritage Christian School kindergarten graduation Tuesday afternoon at the school west of Steamboat Springs. Eleven students graduated and will move onto first grade next year. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kindergartner Ailie Strong adjusts her Mortarboard during the Heritage Christian School kindergarten graduation Tuesday afternoon at the school west of Steamboat Springs. Eleven students graduated and will move onto first grade next year. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kindergartner Seth Tyree listens during the Heritage Christian School kindergarten graduation Tuesday afternoon at the school west of Steamboat Springs. Eleven students graduated and will move onto first grade next year. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kindergartner Marshall Moss says a prayer during the Heritage Christian School kindergarten graduation Tuesday afternoon at the school west of Steamboat Springs. Eleven students graduated and will move onto first grade next year. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kindergartner Kaylee Scott stifles a chuckle during the Heritage Christian School kindergarten graduation Tuesday afternoon at the school west of Steamboat Springs. Eleven students graduated and will move onto first grade next year. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kendall Harrington, 10, swims the breast stroke last weekend in a swim meet on the Front Range. The Steamboat Springs Swim Team brought home a heap of top finishes from the event. Courtesy photo

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The waters of the Yampa River had ran over river banks and flooded wetlands areas between Steamboat Springs and Hayden. However, Routt County of Emergency Management director, Bob Struble said that both the Yampa and Elk rivers are doing a good job of handling spring runoff. On Tuesday both rivers were below flood stage. Struble is optimistic the flooding will be isolated and that private structures will not be threatens, but added that he will have to wait and see what the next few days bring. Photo by John F. Russell

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Homes located on the banks of the Yampa River seem safe from the rising waters caused by quickly melting snow in the high country and recent storms. Routt County of Emergency Management director, Bob Struble said that both the Yampa and Elk rivers are doing a good job of handling spring runoff. On Tuesday both rivers were below flood stage. Struble is optimistic the flooding will be isolated and that private structures will not be threatens, but added that he will have to wait and see what the next few days bring. Photo by John F. Russell

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The waters of the Elk River near the confluence with the Yampa overrun its banks flooding a wetland area west of Steamboat Springs. However, Routt County of Emergency Management director, Bob Struble said that both the Yampa and Elk rivers are doing a good job of handling spring runoff. On Tuesday both rivers were below flood stage. Struble is optimistic the flooding will be isolated and that private structures will not be threatens, but added that he will have to wait and see what the next few days bring. Photo by John F. Russell

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The waters of the Elk River near the confluence with the Yampa overrun its banks flooding a wetland area west of Steamboat Springs. However, Routt County of Emergency Management director, Bob Struble said that both the Yampa and Elk rivers are doing a good job of handling spring runoff. On Tuesday both rivers were below flood stage. Struble is optimistic the flooding will be isolated and that private structures will not be threatens, but added that he will have to wait and see what the next few days bring. Photo by John F. Russell

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The waters of the Yampa River have overrun its banks and flooded the wetland area near Hayden. However, Routt County of Emergency Management director, Bob Struble said that both the Yampa and Elk rivers are doing a good job of handling spring runoff. On Tuesday both rivers were below flood stage. Struble is optimistic the flooding will be isolated and that private structures will not be threatens, but added that he will have to wait and see what the next few days bring. Photo by John F. Russell

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The waters of the Yampa River have overrun its banks and flooded the wetland areas in and around Rotary Park in Steamboat Springs. However, Routt County of Emergency Management director, Bob Struble said that both the Yampa and Elk rivers are doing a good job of handling spring runoff. On Tuesday both rivers were below flood stage. Struble is optimistic the flooding will be isolated and that private structures will not be threatens, but added that he will have to wait and see what the next few days bring. Photo by John F. Russell

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The Yampa River has overflowed its banks flooding a barn and horse corral, near the Lake Catamount area just outside of Steamboat Springs. However, Routt County of Emergency Management director, Bob Struble said that both the Yampa and Elk rivers are doing a good job of handling spring runoff. On Tuesday both rivers were below flood stage. Struble is optimistic the flooding will be isolated and that private structures will not be threatens, but added that he will have to wait and see what the next few days bring. Photo by John F. Russell

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