Joel Reichenberger

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Season to start with daunting jump for U.S. Nordic combined team

The U.S. Nordic combined Team will compete in Finland this weekend, starting the winter's World Cup competition.

Drop to 2A possible for Steamboat football

Big changes could be in store for all three local high school football teams, and local coaches from Steamboat, Hayden and Soroco aren't complaining.

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Trot, then turkey on Thursday

The annual Turkey Trot Thanksgiving Day running race returns at 9 a.m. on Thursday with a slightly shorter course of 5 kilometers.

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With love and ski wax, Blair family still racing

For 14-year old Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club ski racer Alex Blair, skiing is an escape from the more than two years of stress and tears that have endured since her father, Scott Blair, was diagnosed with a brain tumor.

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What a save: Local kayaker's feat goes viral

Lucas Strickland didn't even know a video was being taken when he dove into a raging river to rescue a kayaker at a race in North Carolina earlier this month.

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Hockey teams shine in trio of tourneys

Hockey is well underway for local youth teams, many of which kicked off their seasons with the start of league play last weekend. Even with a whole season still to unfold, however, the local program may be awfully lucky if it enjoys another weekend like it did Nov. 6 to 8.

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Girls take to the run Saturday

None ran alone, instead tagging along with parents and teachers, or holding hands with friends and classmates as they trod the 3.1 miles, one massive train comprised of hundreds of smaller groups that made up the annual Girls on the Run event that once again swept across the roads in Strawberry Park.

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Epic night of bike racing thrills locals

Steamboat Springs riders fared well at the 24 Hours in Frog's Hollow, the last hurrah for mountain bikers in 2015.

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Relentless work paves way to college for Labor

Steamboat Springs High School senior Maddie Labor has been unyielding in her training to be a volleyball player. That no-day-off attitude helped her reach a goal she'd always dreamed off: a college scholarship.

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Terranova selects sunny San Diego

Swimmer signs with California university

Samantha Terranova signed Wednesday to compete next year in swimming for University of San Diego.

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Tumminello surveys a map of Antarctica as he prepares for a trip to ski across the continent.

Adventure is nothing new for the Tumminello family.

Tumminello is relying on camping meals to provide energy.

Tumminello said he's hoping a variety of meals can keep him moving on his South Pole trek.

Doug Tumminello is a lawyer living in Steamboat Springs with an appetite for adventure. He plans to ski to the South Pole from the edge of the Antarctic continent in about 40 days.

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