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The city of Oshkosh is named for Menominee Chief Oshkosh, whose name meant "claw." In the 1800s, the growth of Oshkosh was due mostly to the growth of its lumber industry thanks to its navigable waterways that provided access to distribution markets and pineries in the northern region. The city is best known for the OshKosh B'Gosh children's clothing company.
Local Newspapers: Oshkosh Northwestern
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Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Zip Codes associated with oshkosh, wisconsin:
54901 54902 54904
Towns/Cities near oshkosh, wisconsin : Omro Black Wolf Winnebago Pickett
Job recruiters are fighting for an employment edge
Prospective employees line up during a Kenosha County job fair at Gateway Technical College last fall. A tightening labor market is putting pressure on employers seeking to fill jobs.TWEET
Contact : Kendall Kamke, DNR fisheries biologist, 920-424-7880; Ted Johnson, DNR water resources specialist, 920-424-2104; Rick Joslin, DNR spills coordinator, 920-424-7077; Ed Culhane, DNR communications, 715-781-1683 OSHKOSH - Officials with the state Department of Natural Resources have assessed the creamy white, decomposing organic material, sometimes mixed with brown material, that has been collecting on parts of the west shore of Lake Winnebago. The white substance, observed, photographed and sampled by DNR staff early Monday, has been identified as a form of decaying blue-green algae, mixed with other common forms of decaying algae that are brown in color.Suspect in gun shop burglaries caught in Oshkosh
Vaccaro was identified as a suspect in the burglaries to Max Creek Outdoors in Oregon and CTR Firearms in Janesville in late January. Seventeen firearms were stolen from Max Creek.Static electricity starts A.P. Nonweiler fire
A fire inside the A.P. Nonweiler plant Monday night that caused an evacuation was ignited by static electricity, the Oshkosh Fire Department said. Fire at A.P. Nonweiler plant caused by static electricity A fire inside the A.P. Nonweiler plant Monday night that caused an evacuation was ignited by static electricity, the Oshkosh Fire Department said.Aubrey F. Messing
Col. Aubrey Francis Messing, Ph.D., passed away quietly April 17, 2018, shortly after his 90th birthday. Survivors include: his son, Brian and his wife, Tiare, of Rockland; their daughters Katherine of Hollywood, Calif., and Collette of Rockland; his son, Mark, and his wife, Sandi, of Boise, Idaho; his sister, Faye Miller, of Greenville, S.C.; a sister-in-law, Carol Messing, of Gold Beach, Ore.; the mother of his children, Shirley Messing, of Antioch, Ill.; and many nephews and nieces.Two Oshkosh schools earn state recognition
Jefferson, Smith elementary schools recognized for student achievement The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction recognized Jefferson and Smith elementary schools for high student achievement despite poverty rates. Check out this story on thenorthwestern.com: https://oshko.sh/2HmaKDq MADISON - A state agency honored Jefferson and Smith elementary schools for their advances in student achievement in high-poverty communities.3 downtown Oshkosh streets become two-way
Ceape, Otter, Waugoo avenues in Oshkosh have temporarily become two-way streets, between Broad and State streets, for spring road construction. Three downtown Oshkosh one-way streets will be two-way during construction Ceape, Otter, Waugoo avenues in Oshkosh have temporarily become two-way streets, between Broad and State streets, for spring road construction.Man Arrested for OWI with Children in the Vehicle
MARATHON COUNTY, WI -- A man was arrested for an OWI on Friday night with two young children in the car. The Wisconsin State Patrol says 31-year-old Theodore Koepke, of Oshkosh, was pulled over alongside the shoulder of I-39 with his flashers on.This Earth Day, become a citizen scientist
There's a multitude of ways you can join thousands across the state in gathering data and informing policy to protect your local resources. This Earth Day and beyond, get involved in citizen science projects near you There's a multitude of ways you can join thousands across the state in gathering data and informing policy to protect your local resources.Foundation lawsuit against UW System gets trial
A federal bankruptcy judge denied the University of Wisconsin System's request to avoid a trial in the UW-Oshkosh Foundation's ongoing lawsuit. Federal judge: UWO Foundation's lawsuit against UW System will go to trial A federal bankruptcy judge denied the University of Wisconsin System's request to avoid a trial in the UW-Oshkosh Foundation's ongoing lawsuit.FIT Oshkosh exhibit highlights diversity
FIT Oshkosh's "Color-Brave Photo Project: Black and Brown Faces, a New Narrative" aims to challenge stereotypes and biases and put a face to racism. 'I realized that this was going to be dangerous for me.'Card skimmer found at Citgo on North Main
Oshkosh police are investigating a card skimmer found at the Citgo gas station on North Main Street and asking customers to check their statements. Police urge customers of Citgo on North Main to review accounts after finding card skimmer Oshkosh police are investigating a card skimmer found at the Citgo gas station on North Main Street and asking customers to check their statements.Skimming Device Found At Oshkosh Pump
Oshkosh Police are investigating a possible skimming device that was found on a gas pump at the Main Street Citgo. Officers say, for the time being, anyone who paid for gas at pump 3, should check their bank statements and credit card statements.City bans parking on Prospect, Scott avenues
Anyone parked on parts of Prospect or Scott avenues will need to move their vehicles before 6 a.m. Wednesday or risk being towed, according to the city. City of Oshkosh bans parking on Prospect, Scott avenues so crews can clear roads Anyone parked on parts of Prospect or Scott avenues will need to move their vehicles before 6 a.m. Wednesday or risk being towed, according to the city.Oshkosh orders No Parking on Prospect or Scott avenues
There will be no parking allowed after 6 a.m. Wednesday on Prospect Avenue between Wisconsin St. and Elmwood Ave. There is also no parking after 6 a.m. on Scott Avenue between Jackson St. and Elmwood. The city says snow is impeding traffic and creating a "serious public hazard" in that area, and with another round of snow in the forecast it wants that area as clear as possible.New faces join Fond du Lac newsroom
Those who interact with the Fond du Lac and Oshkosh newsrooms now have a pair of new faces to communicate with. Zacharias, Baehman hired; Razner promoted at Fond du Lac Reporter Those who interact with the Fond du Lac and Oshkosh newsrooms now have a pair of new faces to communicate with.Halestorm Extend Tour of Female-Fronted Bands Through Summer 2018
The band just announced a second leg of tour dates kicking off July 12 in Oshkosh, Wis., with shows now booked through an Aug. 25 finale in Las Vegas. Halestorm will be the constant through the run, paired up with are just confirmed for the first leg of the run.
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