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Routt County in photos: April 12, 2017

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Submitted by Stuart Walker.

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Submitted by Stuart Walker.

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Submitted by Stuart Walker.

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Submitted by Amanda Ponzer.

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Submitted by Curt Merchant.

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Submitted by Nancy Merrill.

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Sheraton Steamboat Resort general manager Dan Pirrallo speaks after Annabeth Light Lockhart and Johnny Spillane activated the Sheraton’s new steam whistle for the first time Wednesday. The whistle will sound daily at 5 p.m., and it will be a new tradition at the Sheraton. Every day, a guest will be deemed the Commodore of the Boat and sound the whistle.

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The Ptarmigan Inn at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area is updating its rooms, and it does not want to send old beds and other furniture to the landfill.

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Major Mira Killian (Scarlett Johansson) bursts into action in "Ghost in the Shell." The movie is about a woman whose brain has been transplanted into a robot and fights terrorism in a futuristic society.

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The Young Bloods Art Collective will be hosting a number of creative events this mud season. One of their monthly events is the YBC Cocktails and CRIT(ique) held every third Monday of the month.

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Delaney Parker won two trophies, one in Kata the other in Kumite, at the United States Karate Alliance’s national championships last month in New Mexico.

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Matt Weiss, carrying Hunter, and Carla Serantoni follow dog Paddy while hiking down the Mad Creek Trail on a warm August day.

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The summit of Mammoth Mountain is the highest of any ski area in California at 11,053 feet. Aspen Skiing Co./KSL announced the intended purchase of Mammoth April 12, raising the likelihood it will be under the same ownership as Steamboat Ski Area for the 2017/2018 season.

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Mammoth Mountain is located in the Sierra Nevadas and is California's highest resort with a summit at 11,053 feet.

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