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Local Sports Report: 5-3-19Submitted: 05/03/2019
Andrew Goldstein
Andrew Goldstein
Sports Anchor/Reporter
agoldstein@wjfw.com

Local Sports Report: 5-3-19
NORTHWOODS - Northland Pines baseball defeated Three Lakes/Phelps, 7-4, at Don Burnside Park.

Antigo softball topped Rhinelander, 16-0, at Pioneer Park.




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RHINELANDER - The Pioneer Park historical complex will reopen Saturday, celebrating its 88th season.

The complex is home to seven museums outlining various aspects of Rhinelander's history.

Director Kerry Bloedorn said he's looking forward to teaching more of that history this upcoming season.

"It's quite a large complex. Lots of ground to cover, lots of great museums," said Bloedorn. "They all work together to make a great place for visitors and locals to check out."

The complex has made a few adjustments in response to COVID-19, like making hand sanitizer available, and putting up signs encouraging social distancing. 

"I'm following very closely and reading up regularly the guidelines that are set forth by the Oneida County Health Department, the WEDC, and the CDC," said Bloedorn.

Bloedorn is confident people will be comfortable distancing themselves due to the openness of the museum.

The complex opens for the season on Saturday, and is free for all.

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