American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of eastern Wisconsin on Lake Winnebago north-northwest of Fond du Lac. It grew as a lumber town in the latter half of the 19th century and today is a resort center with varied industries. Population: 64,100.
“OSHKOSH (WFRV) -- Today's rain caused a lot of concern for some Oshkosh residents.”
“OSHKOSH - Oshkosh residents could waste more than $100,000 of federal money by not returning census forms in the mail.”
“OSHKOSH - Oshkosh native and former major league pitcher Billy Hoeft is remembered as an outstanding pitcher who put Oshkosh baseball on the map.”
“OSHKOSH - Brian Stoppenbach pitched eight innings, striking out eight, as the Green Bay Storm routed Oshkosh 15-2 in a Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League game on Tuesday night.”
“OSHKOSH - A billboard along U.S. 41 in Oshkosh calls for President Barack Obama's impeachment.”
“OSHKOSH - The Winnebago County Sheriff's Department and Oshkosh police issued 122 citations for underage drinking during the first two days of Country USA, the five-day music festival taking place this week at Ford Festival Park.”
“OSHKOSH - A toddler in Oshkosh is OK after taking his mother's car out for short spin down the block.”
“OSHKOSH - A jury trial has been delayed for an Oshkosh woman accused of stabbing her boyfriend during a fight.”
“OSHKOSH - An overnight lane closure is scheduled on U.S. 41 southbound over the Lake Butte des Morts causeway near Oshkosh.”
“OSHKOSH - The death of a 39-year-old Van Dyne man, whose landscaping truck broke through the ice on Lake Winnebago north of Oshkosh while hauling rocks, has a fishing club rethinking its winter practice of building reefs.”
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