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Routt County in photos: March 23, 2014

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The Paulus brothers — Bobby, 10, left, Davey, 8, and Nick, 11 — play on rocks in the Yampa River on Sunday in downtown Steamboat Springs. The Paulus family arrived in Steamboat from Chicago on Sunday, and their first stop was Yampa Street to stretch their legs. A week of spring break vacation awaits. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Taken Saturday evening near the hospital. Submitted by: David Dietrich

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Stagecoach Lake. Submitted by: Calvin Ellis

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Dillon Fulcher lifts Sunday at Old Town Hot Springs in Steamboat Springs. Fulcher won the first-year powerlifting event. Shannon Lukens/courtesy

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Soroco Middle School wrestler Dalton Ray, right, wrestles Aiden Harvey, of Gypsum Creek, on Sunday during the Western Slope Middle School Championships in Meeker. Ray won the match with a pin and went on to finish second in his weight class. Geri Bruggink/courtesy

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Casey Durbin, left, and Daniel Stadtler head for the Yampa River for some early spring kayaking Sunday in Steamboat Springs. They were joined in the cold river by Kevin Marsh. A month of warm weather was interrupted by snow Saturday, but the sun was back and people were out and about running, walking, biking and kayaking Sunday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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From left, Steamboat Springs High School alumnus Steve Swanson, Alexander Skvortsov and Oleg Artemyev will board the Soyuz TMA-12M on Tuesday and launch into space from Kazakhstan as part of Expedition 39. Courtesy photo

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Steamboat Springs High School Class of 1979 graduate Steve Swanson trains inside the Soyuz TMA-12M in preparation for Expedition 39, which launches at 3:17 p.m. Tuesday. Courtesy photo

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Terese Kaske is the director of the new Gloria Gossard Breast Health Center at Yampa Valley Medical Center. The health center will feature technology that will make it easier for patients to receive breast care here in the Yampa Valley. Photo by Scott Franz

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Some historic photographs are so detailed and imbued with such clarity that the historian lurking in all of us can’t help but wonder who the people are. Two such photos recently have come into the collection of the Museum of Northwest Colorado in Craig. These two images, taken by Steamboat Springs photographer T.W. Lowrey, show two groups of people at a homestead site that appears to be in the mountains near Steamboat. One of the women, a young girl and one of the men appear in both of the images. There are row crops in one of the photos, and the homestead compound has been fenced off carefully to keep out wildlife. The Museum of Northwest Colorado would like to hear from anyone able to help identify these people and the location. Contact the museum at 970-824-6360 or musnwco@moffatcounty.net with any information you might have about these photos. Courtesy

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