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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
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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

Oshkosh News
Foxconn offers jobs, supply chain - but where will Wisconsin get the workers?

Company's future manufacturing complex in Racine County could boast a $1.4 billion state supply chain, but some wonder whether the workforce is here. Foxconn offers jobs, supply chain - but where will Wisconsin get the workers? Company's future manufacturing complex in Racine County could boast a $1.4 billion state supply chain, but some wonder whether the workforce is here.

UW 'foundation transactions' scrutinized

University of Wisconsin System officials say a review of transactions between campuses and their private foundations has found no other cases of illegal guarantees or loans being made. The review was prompted by a lawsuit targeting two former UW-Oshkosh officials, who are accused of making illegal transfers between the university and real estate projects being managed by its foundation.

One person in hospital after car vs. bus crash in Oshkosh

An 80-year-old woman is in the hospital after the car she was driving got hit by bus in Oshkosh on Wednesday.

Report: $5.4 million in questionable UW transactions

A new report shows about $5.4 million in questionable transactions between University of Wisconsin System schools and their private foundations between 2010 and 2017. The system began reviewing transactions between schools and foundations in January after accusing former UW-Oshkosh officials of illegally transferring $11.3 million to the school's foundation to cover construction projects.

Streetwise: Oshkosh Corp.'s JLTV crowned the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin

A statewide contest found Oshkosh-made Joint Light Tactical Vehicle is the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin, beating out Generac and Mercury Marine. Streetwise: Oshkosh Corp.'s JLTV crowned the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin A statewide contest found Oshkosh-made Joint Light Tactical Vehicle is the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin, beating out Generac and Mercury Marine.

Want 'Official Israel' To Respect You, Diaspora Jews? Here's How To Make It Happen

Israel boasts that it is the Jewish Homeland. A home for all Jews. It declares solidarity and inclusion that in reality it fails to deliver.

Out in the Breezy

After giving more than 7,000 free rides over the course of 40 years, Carl Unger still delights in recalling one of the first passengers on the airplane he and two friends designed and built: "She was wearing nothing but sandals," he says with a laugh. It was 1965, and Unger, along with fellow Chicago-area corporate pilots Charles Roloff and Robert Liposky, had just finished the 40 hours of test flying the Federal Aviation Administration mandates for homebuilt aircraft.

US Sen. Johnson supports tax and regulatory change

It's not out of place for an average U.S. senator to say that tax rationalization and fewer regulations would help plastics firms and other manufacturers. But when Ron Johnson says it, he's drawing on the experience of the 31 years he spent in the plastics industry before going into politics.

Time Lapse: Great weather for soccer

Although the temperature was a little above the seasonal average, the afternoon and passing clouds made for a nice setting for the Lady Cougars' victory over Young Harris at CSU's Walden Soccer Complex. Here's a time lapse view of a portion of the first half.

Why is water level at Lake Oliver so low? Therea s a good answer

If you have driven past Lake Oliver in the past week and were wondering if the lake was a little low, it is. Georgia Power began the process to draw down Lake Oliver and Goat Rock Lake on Sept.

Hayley Henderson named director of Columbus Convention & Trade Center

Hayley Henderson, recent assistant director of the Columbus Convention & Trade Center, has been chosen as the facility's new executive director. Robert Nobles, chairman of the Convention and Trade Authority, made the announcement at a Columbus Council meeting Tuesday morning.

Rickey Smiley show at Rivercenter for the Performing Arts postponed

The Rickey Smiley and Friends show scheduled for the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts will not take place Friday night as scheduled. Aluminum Overcast, a B-17 built in 1945 that's owned and operated by the EAA Aviation Foundation in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, stopped at the Columbus Airport Tuesday during its 2017 tour across the country.

UW Oshkosh completes renovations on two buildings

A ribbon cutting was held Monday to celebrate a major renovation project involving two buildings on the UW Oshkosh college campus. For students at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, construction is finally over at Fletcher Hall where 25.8 million dollars was spent on a residence hall more than 50 years old--that's given the building an entirely new look.

Fantasy Basketball Nerd Launches Rankings for 2017-18

TayTech LLC today announced the consumer launch of FantasyBasketballNerd.com just in time for the 2017-18 fantasy basketball season. We grade every site for accuracy and weight their rankings and projections based upon that accuracy.

Oshkosh meat company no longer accepting venison for processing

Silver Creek Specialty Meats points to the nineteen counties in Wisconsin with cases of chronic wasting disease in wild deer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, deer can take a year to develop chronic wasting disease symptoms.

Oshkosh residents express concerns over sex offender release

On Apple Court there's already apprehension which is why more than 20 Oshkosh residents attended a notification meeting Wednesday night where police spoke about Thayer's past which includes two sexual assaults in 1972, and 1976. Winnebago County Sheriff John Matz said, "We are concerned, but they occurred a number of years ago.

Rob Holland Scores 7th National Championship Gold

Pilot Rob Holland made history by winning for the seventh consecutive year at the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships. Last week, aerobatic flight champ Rob Holland tied the record for the number of U.S. National Aerobatic Championships won.

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