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About: oshkosh, wisconsin

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.

Population: 64592
Local Newspapers: Oshkosh Northwestern
Local Sports Teams:
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

Oshkosh News
Vilas County Sheriff: Too busy to accept a surrender, but plenty of time to explain it away

I thought the paper was unusually generous to Vilas County sheriff Joe Fath with the recent headline : "County sheriff holds press conference in Lussier matter." I almost ignored it and skipped to the sports section.

D-Day Transport Restored, Takes Fli...

"That's All, Brother," a transport C-47 aircraft that led the D-Day invasion of Normandy, France, recently took its first flight in years, thanks to an extensive restoration project funded in part by a Kickstarter campaign and later donations. According to the Commemorative Air Force , "That's All, Brother" led a formation of more than 800 aircraft that dropped 13,000 paratroopers behind enemy lines.


Editor's Note: The following article was printed in the Antigo Daily Journal prior to a June 15, 1930 meeting of the Langlade County Historical Society, where the history of Post Lake was discussed. While it does not state that the picnic was to be held at Post Lake, that was the likely site.

DNR seeks input on Winnebago Walleye Management Plan

The Department of Natural Resources has scheduled three public meetings on a proposed update to the Winnebago Walleye Management Plan. The meetings will also offer the public an update on the status of the Winnebago System walleye population.

Walker hitting the road to speak against Trump tariffs

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is traveling to a pair of Wisconsin companies on Tuesday to speak out against President Donald Trump's proposed tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. Walker planned to meet with employees to talk about the tariffs at Bemis Industrial Products in Oshkosh and Seneca Foods in Janesville.

Students Warn Police Of Threats

As high school students from Oshkosh scrolled down their social media feed on Monday, a particular post struck some of them as concerning. "Some students saw a post on a social media site with one of these students at West High School in a selfie picture holding a gun with a caption underneath it," said Kate Mann with the Oshkosh Police Department.

Merrill's Whitburn re-appointed to the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents

Governor Scott Walker today announced the appointments of Cris Peterson and Jason Plante, and the re-appointment of Gerald Whitburn to the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents. "We look forward to seeing Cris Peterson, Jason Plante, and Gerald Whitburn work as leaders of the University of Wisconsin System as members of the Wisconsin System Board of Regents," Governor Walker said.

Audit finds UW System paid millions more to private foundations than initially reported

Friday from the nonpartisan Legislative Audit Bureau found the University of Wisconsin had made payments much higher than previously reported to private organizations intended to reduce the System's dependency on public funds. These private organizations provide money to system schools for construction projects, equipment and academic programs, and reduce the university's dependency on funding from public tax dollars.

Blurred photo of girl in bikini on smartphone

Oshkosh is the latest community in northeast wisconsin to consider a teen sexting ordinance. The municipal violation would focus on education and the dangers of sexting instead of punishment.

Legislative Audit Bureau releases report on UW schools, foundations

Legislative Audit Bureau releases report on UW schools, foundations The audit report comes as the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh remains embroiled in controversy Check out this story on The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Foundation bought Chancellor Richard Wells' home for roughly $120,000 more than it arguably was worth before he retired - the same foundation he's accused of illegally using to help cement his legacy. MADISON - The Legislative Audit Bureau released a report Friday about the relationships between University of Wisconsin and affiliated organizations including their private foundations and alumni associations.

Audit recommends tighter oversight of UW foundations

A new audit recommends that University of Wisconsin campuses increase oversight and monitoring of relationships between UW campuses and affiliated organizations, including fundraising foundations. The Legislative Audit Bureau report released Friday comes after a scandal at UW-Oshkosh over the transfer of $11.3 million to its foundation between 2010 and 2014 to help pay for a number of construction projects.

Oshkosh student praised for saying something about suspicious post

The phrase "See Something, Say Something" came back into the national conversation after last month's high school shooting in Florida. The student saw a fellow West student post a "selfie" on social media pointing a gun at the camera with a profane caption underneath.

Student Arrested For Selfie Threat

Oshkosh police have arrested a 17-year-old for posting a selfie that showed him pointing a gun at the camera with a profane caption below the photo.

Oshkosh student arrested after social media threat

A 17-year-old in the Oshkosh School District has been arrested after posting a selfie where he points a gun at the camera with a profane caption underneath the photo. Police conducted a search warrant at the student's home, which led to the recovery of a firearm that was confiscated.

Evidence of Native village on future Oshkosh Corp headquarters property

Back in August Action 2 News told you about a construction project in Oshkosh that led to the discovery of tribal remains. Now as the city prepares Lakeshore Golf Course for Oshkosh Corporation's new world headquarters, Native American artifacts are being found.

Ruth O. Behnke

Ruth O. Behnke, 97, of Oconto Falls, passed away Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 20, 2018.

More support for juvenile justice reform bill after GOP leaders concerns

The Wisconsin State Senate is turning a new leaf on the juvenile justice reform bill to close Lincoln Hills by 2021. More support comes just days after GOP leader Scott Fitzgerald said he has "big concerns" with it.

Rain, rising temperatures cause melting on Lake Winnebago

On Monday, emergency crews responded to a call in the Town of Black Wolf after a truck went through the ice on Lake Winnebago, leaving the driver stranded. According to Don Herman of Sunk, Dive and Ice Rescue, he's pulled 13 vehicles out of the water in the Lake Winnebago area just in the past week because of unseasonably warm temperatures.

Digging Deeper: Sexual Misconduct in the UW System

"Me Too" is not only a movement that has gained national attention through many celebrities speaking out on their encounters with sexual harassment and assault. It is also a phrase that is far too commonplace for women and men in the University of Wisconsin school system.

Sam Seekings named next Student Life editor-in-chief

Sam Seekings, a junior from Oshkosh, Wis., has been named the next editor-in-chief of Student Life for the 2018-2019 academic year. Currently, Seekings is abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark; however, he served as Student Life's senior news editor for fall 2017.

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