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  2. Oshkosh Northwestern's local government reporter wants to ...

    Bremen Keasey, a 2020 University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate, started covering local government in October. Now, he wants to hear what questions readers have for him.

  3. Oshkosh Northwestern - Wikipedia

    The Oshkosh Northwestern is a daily newspaper based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin . The Northwestern was owned by the Schwalm and Heaney families until 1998, when it was sold to Ogden Newspapers; Ogden traded the paper to Thomson Newspapers two months later for four papers in Ohio and Pennsylvania. [1]

  4. Talk:Oshkosh Northwestern - Wikipedia

    This article is within the scope of WikiProject Wisconsin, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of the U.S. state of Wisconsin on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.

  5. Riverside Cemetery (Oshkosh, Wisconsin) - Wikipedia

    It was built as a replacement for the Locust Grove Cemetery, which was the first burial ground in Oshkosh and built in 1848. Between 1855 and 1869, the remains of those buried in Locust Grove were moved to Riverside Cemetery. [2] In 1855, the Riverside Catholic cemetery was laid out north of the cemetery [3] and expanded further in 1875. [2]

  6. List of people from Oshkosh, Wisconsin - Wikipedia

    Coles Bashford, Governor of Wisconsin, U.S. Congressional Delegate from the Arizona Territory [5] Martin T. Battis, Wisconsin State Assemblyman and businessman; born in Oshkosh [6] Jule Berndt, Wisconsin State Assemblyman and Lutheran pastor; born in Oshkosh [7] Gabriel Bouck, Wisconsin Attorney General [8]

  7. Chief Oshkosh - Wikipedia

    Chief Oshkosh (also spelled Os-kosh or Oskosh) (1795–August 31, 1858 [a]) was a chief of the Menominee Native Americans, recognized as the leader of the Menominee people by the United States government from August 7, 1827, until his death.

  8. Oshkosh Steam Wagon - Wikipedia

    Oshkosh Steam Wagon. The Oshkosh Steam Wagon, also called the Oshkosh Steam Buggy, Oshkosh Steamer, or simply Oshkosh is one of two steam-powered automobiles which took part in a 200-mile endurance race in 1878 in the US state of Wisconsin. [1]

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