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  • They’re running in the moonlight
    The fifth annual Moonlight 5K Run/Walk in downtown Eagle River Saturday night attracted more than 370 participants. It was a fundraiser for the Pines Wellness Center. —Photos By Kailyn Hogenmiller
  • Popp is top finisher; Gremban leads females

    The fifth annual Moonlight 5K Run/Walk was held Saturday night in downtown Eagle River, with more than 370 participants.
    “We had 326 registrations for the 5K and 46 for the 1K, bringing our total to 373 this year,” said

  • The Eagle River Recreation Association (ERRA) Board of Directors is accepting letters of application for individuals interested in coaching for the 2018-’19 youth hockey season.
    The ERRA is looking for coaches at American Development Model (ADM), Squirt, Pee Wee, Bantam, Girls U12 and Girls U14 levels. Candidates should indicate ages or levels they are interested in coaching. 
    Coaches will be required to be certified and insured with USA Hockey by Dec. 31, 2018. Application letters will need to be on file with the ERRA Board by midnight on July 31 to be considered as
  • Big event
    The fourth annual Three Lakes Pickleball Tourney was hosted at Don Burnside Park in Three Lakes last weekend. Competitors from over a dozen states took part in the event which began with practice Friday and ran through Saturday afternoon. Event coordinator Chuck Radtke said the weather and conditions for this year’s tourney were perfect. Plans are already in place for the 2019 event. —Staff Photos By DOUG ETTEN
  • SpineCore Foundation and Adaptive Adventures will hold a four-person golf scramble fundraiser Saturday, July 21, at Big Stone Golf Course in Three Lakes. Registration will begin at 1 p.m. with a shotgun start at 2 p.m.
    A reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. with a silent auction followed by raffles and dinner at 6 p.m. Cost is $70 per golfer or $280 per team and includes nine holes of golf with a cart, dinner along with hole and door prizes. Additional dinner tickets are available for just $15 which allows guests to take part in the raffles and silent auctions.
    All proceeds from the event will go to support
  • Tourney champs
    The Northwoods Fastpitch team with players from Northland Pines, Rhinelander and Lakeland took first place in the Northern Chill Softball Tournament June 29-July 1 in Calumet, Mich. The team had wins of 10-5 and 9-6 in the first two games and 12-6 in the semifinals over Northern Storm (Marquette, Mich.) and 12-8 in the championship game over Northern Chill (Calumet, Mich.). Team members include, front row from left, Halle Kerner, Grace Wittkopf, Addie DeMeyer and Naomi Hamerla; and back row, Maddie Harris, Maddi Roeser, Kylee White, Paige Richie and Macy Holmes. —Contributed Photo
  • NORTHWOODS’ OFFENSE STALLS AS POST 114 DROPS FINAL LEAGUE TILT OF THE SUMMER
    The 2018 summer league season closed on the Post 114 Northwoods Eagles Monday night in...
  • The 18th annual YMCA of the Northwoods Golf Scramble will take place Friday, July 20, at Pinewood Country Club in Harshaw, with check in at 8 a.m. and a shotgun start at 9 a.m.

    “When you give to the Y, you are funding life-changing programs that help hundreds of children, adults and families in our community to learn, grow and thrive,” said Dan De Lisle of the YMCA staff. “Assemble your foursome and hit the greens for this great and memorable fundraiser for the YMCA of the Northwoods annual Support Campaign.”

    Registration is $85 per person. The cost includes
  • The Rhinelander Area Silent Trails Association (RASTA) will host its seventh annual Rock’n Root mountain bike race Saturday, July 14, at the Washburn Lake Silent Sports Trails Area. 

    Racers can choose from either a 10-hour, six-hour or three-hour race, with individual, team, age and male-female formats for all races. The 10-mile race course follows the single-track trails at Washburn and is very challenging. 

    The 10-hour race starts at 9 a.m., the six-hour race at noon, and the three-hour race at 2 p.m. Racers ride as many laps of the 10-mile course as possible before the time limit is
  • Club athletes run well at first track-and-field meet of summer
    Three Eagle Track Club members competed in their first meet of the 2018 summer season in an open trial hosted at the Three Lakes High School complex.
    Formed last year, the group of athletes competes on the United States Track and Field (USATF) sanctioning surface in open-age categories. Three Eagle club includes athletes from the communities of Eagle River, Three Lakes, Crandon, Laona and Rhinelander.
    In the meet last week at Three Lakes, 55 competitors from the ages of 1 to 50 took part in the various events.
    “Our participation from elementary-age competitors has
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