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  • Relay For Life to raise funds, support

    Volunteers, teams strive to generate $61,000 this Friday

    The 2018 Relay For Life of the Northwoods has two goals — to raise much-needed funds for cancer research and to support those who are battling cancer.
    The Relay will be this Friday, June 22, with a goal of raising

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  • Bond has been set at $250,000 cash for two Eagle River residents after an incident last week at Marshfield Clinic in Minocqua.
    According to Minocqua Police Chief Dave Jaeger, a 911 phone call was received around 4:45 p.m. Tuesday which asked officers to respond to a panic alarm on the second floor of Marshfield Clinic.
    Jaeger said upon arrival officers were advised by Marshfield Clinic staff that Joseph R. Buza, 70, and Jillian L. Buza, 39, were causing a disturbance and weapons were involved.
    Jaeger reported the subjects attempted to
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  • High-powered boats returning to Big Stone Lake this weekend
    The combination of high-performance race boats and various aircraft, including vintage and military planes on display at the Three Lakes Airport, returns to the shores of Big Stone Lake in Three Lakes Friday and Saturday, June 22-23, at the 11th annual Shootout Radar Run and Fly-in.
    The Shootout weekend kicks off for racers on Friday at 1 p.m. at Sunset Grill on Big Stone Lake. Many of the race drivers and their families and friends will launch their boats at Anchor Marine prior to starting a tour of the Three Lakes Chain beginning at 2 p.m. The tour circles nine lakes in about 2 hours, showcasing their race boats single file at slower than racing speeds.
    Burgers and other food and drinks will be for sale at Sunset Grill. The tour will depart from
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  • The 60th outing of Musky Mania was held recently on North and South Twin lakes out of North Twin Lodge where 28 participants, former and present employees of Kimberly Clark and their guests, took part in the event. 
    Musky Mania started in June of 1987 with only six fishermen and no fish were harvested. Dave Kuen won the first Musky Mania the following June. Since then the group has held two outings per year, the first weekend in June and the second weekend in October.
    The winner of Musky Mania got to choose the lake and time of the next outing.
    “We fish on the designated lake Saturday morning, have lunch and
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  • Warm weather fishing
    While it has been rainy, it also has been warm. Anglers are finding a rapid change to summer fishing patterns. —Staff Photo By DOUG ETTEN
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  • Boys of summer
    The Three Lakes Parks Commission held its annual Three Lakes Men’s Softball Invitational last Friday through Sunday with 13 teams competing. Mustache Mayhem of Rhinelander and Three Lakes defeated The Creek of Armstrong Creek to win the title. While some of the games were delayed due to the rain, the tournament was completed Sunday afternoon. —Staff Photos By KURT KRUEGER
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  • The Northwoods Legion Post 114 squad did all they could against the Rhine­lander Rebels Wednesday at home, but would drop to 0-3 on the season after the Rebels pulled away with a 3-2 Great Northern Legion Conference win.
    Holding a 2-1 lead into the sixth inning, the Northwoods squad played a flawless defensive game behind start­er Josh Meier, who until a pair of grounders in the sixth, had held the two-time defending GNLC champions down.
    Post 114 scratched a run across in the second and third innings, which after falling behind the top of the second, gave them the lead going into the fourth.
    In the second, Nate Hopkins walked, stole second and then
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  • The Headwaters Council for the Performing Arts (HCPA) recently unveiled its 2018-’19 season and tickets are now on sale to the public.
    The new season, titled “Magical Moments!,” will offer a wide variety of concerts and artists from many different genres. Tickets for the six-show package are available at Eagle River Roasters at a cost of $100. 
    All concerts will be performed at the Northland Pines High School auditorium beginning at 7:30 p.m.
    The new concert season includes the following performances and dates: 
    • The Jersey Tenors Saturday, Oct. 6. These
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  • LAND O’ LAKES — The 2018 Ride with Leinie bike tour and beer tasting will take place at the Forest Lake Country Store in Land O’ Lakes this weekend. All proceeds will benefit the continuing expansion of the Wilderness Lakes Trails biking and pedestrian trail system. 
    Two self-guided bike rides will be offered Saturday, June 23.  The first, a 38-mile ride around the Sylvania Wilderness Area, will begin at 11 a.m. A shorter, 12-mile ride, perfect for families, will take off at 1:30 p.m. led by Dick Leinenkugel.
    Additionally, Sylvania Outfitters will be on hand to showcase one of the North Woods most exciting new activities, quadricycling. Sylvania Outfitters will offer rides on one- and two-seat quadricycles, which are more stable than conventional bikes and
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  • Dr. Zelinski retires after 40 years of medical service in North Woods
    Dr. James Zelinski will retire from a long medical career in the North Woods this Thursday, June 21, after 40 years of service. 
    He started practicing medicine in Phelps in 1979 at the Northwoods Hospital. He also worked in three satellite clinics in Michigan at Ewen, Bruce Crossing, and Watersmeet, but his base was in Phelps. In 2012 when the clinic closed in Phelps, he was relocated to the Aspirus Land O’ Lakes Clinic. 
    Born in Antigo and raised in Watersmeet, Zelinski had five brothers and seven sisters. He was the oldest of the 13 children. His dad was a caretaker and later worked and retired from the White Pine Copper Mine in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and his mom was a housewife. 
    Zelinski graduated from
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