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Routt County in photos: April 10, 2017

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Submitted by Jeff Otterson.

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Submitted by Jeff Otterson.

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Submitted by Shannon Lukens.

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Submitted by Shannon Lukens.

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Submitted by Shannon Lukens.

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Submitted by Shannon Lukens.

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Submitted by Shannon Lukens.

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Submitted by Shannon Lukens.

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Submitted by Jeff Hall.

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Submitted by Bruce Lee.

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Submitted by Doug Garber.

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Submitted by Bob Korch.

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Expanding runs: Ski resorts owned by Intrawest, KSL, Vail Resorts and Aspen Skiing Co.

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Steamboat sophomore Lucy Wilson fights for a ball Monday against Palisade. Wilson was injured late in the game and left the field.

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Steamboat's Eli Roach tries to fight through a pair of Palisade defenders Monday. The Sailors went on to lose the game, 4-1.

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Sue White holds her hands over her head celebrating her gold medal showing in the giant slalom at the 2017 Special Olympic World Winter Games, which took place last month in Austria during a speech by Julie Taulman, executive director of STARS.

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Sue White, just back from Austria, take questions from the crowd of people who had come out to celebrate her gold medal showing in the giant slalom event at the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games. She was joined on stage at Olympian Hall by Horizon’s employee Meghan McNamara, who used vacation time and spent her own money to make the trip to support White at the Games.

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Sue White, just back from Austria where she competed in the Special Olympics World Winter Games, was the guest of honor Monday night at Olympian Hall as several hundred people showed up to celebrate White's gold medal in the giant slalom. Adonna Allen, president of the Alpine Bank branch in Steamboat Springs, pictured at center, spurred the effort to get a flag honoring White added to the other flags honoring Steamboat's Olympians, which are on display at Olympian Hall at historic Howelsen Hill.

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Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue emergency responders spend about 30 minutes extricating a 52-year-old Westminster man from his 2015 Honda Pilot after a head-on collision on Rabbit Ears Pass Sunday.

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Rocky Mountain Youth Corps employee Ryan Banks met his wife, Caroline, pictured, through the organization, and he said RMYC and AmeriCorps has changed his life.

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Ryan Banks, now 29, first worked as an AmeriCorps employee through Rocky Mountain Youth Corps in 2012, and during two summers with AmeriCorps, he earned $8,000 to help pay off student loans.

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Northwest Colorado Ag News

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Steamboat Ski Resort has been acquired by ski resorts operator Aspen Skiing Co LLC and private equity firm KSL Capital Partners LLC for about $1.5 billion.

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