Joel Reichenberger

Outdoors and sports reporter

Email: jreichenberger@SteamboatToday.com Call: 970-871-4253

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Adventure of the Week: Taking a leap of faith, from a perfectly good plane

Skydiving long has been on my bucket list, but always as a “someday” sort of thing. It looks a little different when “someday” becomes “Saturday.”

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Numbers up for city adult sport leagues

Numbers are up considerably this summer in the Parks, Open Spaces and Recreational Services softball and volleyball leagues, and now organizers are hoping that momentum can be sustained into its fall soccer leagues.

Alex Pond leads locals to big results in Wyoming race

Alex Pond, Becky Edmiston, Kent Erikson and Katie Lindquist all found spots on the podium at the Laramie Enduro on Saturday.

Steamboat 14U baseball struggles in World Series

The squad couldn’t keep its winning ways going when it got to the World Series tournament, however, and went 0-5 through the weekend.

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It's a family affair at Steamboat Tennis Association tournament

The Steamboat Tennis Association’s Summer Championships offered local players some unique opportunities.

Ukraine crisis makes for complicated topic for Seminars at Steamboat

It won't be easy to fit into one speech, but Matthew Rojansky will try to sum up the Ukraine-Russia crises today as the Seminars at Steamboat lecture series rolls on at the Strings Music Pavilion.

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Joel Reichenberger: Getting started in the art world

My first stint at Art in the Park got off to a rocky start. The event runs two days, during the second weekend in July in Steamboat Springs, but vendors can set up Friday.

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Inside the booths: Following a dream in the art show world

The two-day show in July marked Bruggink’s second step into the world of art shows, and after the hectic days leading up to the event and the grinding process of setting up her booth, the great thing happened.

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Nothing easy about Mount Werner Classic 50K

The Mount Werner Classic drew about 90 finishers on Saturday, and each finished with a flourish.

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Riders overcome grueling Town Challenge climb

There was no break for riders Wednesday as they assaulted the entirety of Mount Werner is one of the toughest Town Challenge races of the season.

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A pair of hikers soak in the view from the top of Rabbit Ears Peak on Monday afternoon. Plenty of hikers took to the trail to one of the area's signature peaks and fields of wildflowers lined the way. The hike is available off U.S. Highway 40 near Dumont Lake, and down Forest Service Road 291.

Karen Connell and Nolan Connell congratulate each other after closing out their final doubles match of the Steamboat Tennis Association Summer Championships tournament Sunday. The event, a fundraiser for STA, left many parents paired up playing with their children, a sometimes complicated, sometimes rewarding experience.

Joel Reichenberger’s booth at this year’s Art in the Park.

Chris Voeller is an independent Front Range graphic designer, and after some push to do art shows, Voeller went for it. He builds his pictures in layers and constructs the wood panels that he paints on.

Cody Kuehl has been drawing his entire life, but he did his first art show six years ago in Fort Collins. Now he lives in Denver after he found more gallery opportunities there. He was in town for this year’s Art in the Park in Steamboat.

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