John Sadler, Oshkosh Northwestern

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Past articles by John:

Winnebago County Sheriff can now declare flood emergency, no-wake zones

The Winnebago County Board gave the Sheriff's office the ability to declare flood emergencies and no-wake zones at Tuesday's meeting. → Read More

City Manager Mark Rohloff gets 3.6 percent pay raise for 2019

The Oshkosh Common Council approved a 3.6 percent pay raise Tuesday for City Manager Mark Rohloff, who will make $154,000 in 2019. → Read More

Oshkosh mayor faces challenges from deputy mayor, local tavern owner

Incumbent Mayor Steve Cummings will face a primary challenge, while the Common Council and local school districts gear up for the general election. → Read More

Oshkosh officials, local experts warn residents to stay off South Park ice

Oshkosh officials and local experts warn residents to stay off any ice formed on the South Park lagoons. The current makes any icy conditions unstable. → Read More

Oshkosh's 2018 People of the Year

We look at who made a difference in Oshkosh in 2018. → Read More

Winnebago County to fund housing of violent sex offender

Winnebago County will place a trailer on county-owned land near the landfill to comply with new laws governing the placement of violent sex offenders. → Read More

Winnebago County seeking federal funds to help replace Asylum Point bridge replacement

The Winnebago County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to apply for grant funding to replace the broken Asylum Point bridge with a metal alternative. → Read More

EAA opens exhibit on Frank Borman, commander of Apollo 8

Borman was the commander of Apollo 8, the first manned mission to leave low-earth orbit. → Read More

Winnebago County on the hook to pay for placement of sex offender

Winnebago County is considering a $100,000 proposal to put a mobile home for a violent sex offender on county land or else face $1,110 a day in fines. → Read More

Go Transit system plan calls for slightly higher fares, Route 9 revamp

The Oshkosh Common Council will consider a plan next week to raise the city bus fare from $1 to $1.50 a ride and to make other changes to the system. → Read More

Winnebago County grants EAA permit to grow crops at Wittman Regional Airport

The Experimental Aircraft Association has signed a permit to grow soybeans, alfalfa, hay and corn at Wittman Regional Airport until the end of 2021. → Read More

Winnebago County Jail security system to get an upgrade after multiple failures

The Winnebago County Board of Supervisors approved funding Tuesday to fix the jail's automatic locking system, which has failed multiple times. → Read More

Winnebago County approves state, federal partnership for wildlife management

Winnebago County will partner with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and parts of the USDA to help combat crop damage from wildlife. → Read More

City of Oshkosh sets final 2019 tax rate and levy, including state tax credit

The city of Oshkosh approved its final 2019 budget last week, but tax bills will be lower due to a state tax credit. → Read More

School districts in the greater Oshkosh area meet, exceed expectations

See how schools in Oshkosh and the surrounding areas did on the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's annual school report cards. → Read More

Omro school superintendent resigns after months of controversy

Kelly Rieckmann has been with the Omro school district since 2013 but recently garnered criticism from district residents amid various controversies. → Read More

Oshkosh City Hall to undergo elevator maintenance

The construction will displace Common Council meetings until the beginning of next year. → Read More

Michael Schraa wins fourth term to 53rd Assembly District seat

Voters re-elected incumbent state Rep. Michael Schraa, R-Oshkosh, to serve the 53rd Assembly District for a fourth term in Tuesday's midterm election. → Read More

At the Oshkosh Area Community Pantry, more clients returning as volunteers

At the Oshkosh Area Community Pantry, about a fourth of the volunteers are also clients. Stock the Shelves helps combat hunger in Winnebago County. → Read More

How much local money is involved in the 'dark store' debate?

Winnebago County voters will have a chance to voice their opinion on the "dark store" loophole in November, but what's been the impact in Oshkosh? → Read More