Bremen Keasey, Oshkosh Northwestern

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Recent articles by Bremen:

New hangars coming to Wittman Regional Airport for the first time in 20 years

The construction of two 10-unit buildings will bring the first heated units to the airport. → Read More

Community, families mourn the deaths of 16-year-olds killed in car accident

Families and friends react following the deaths of two Fond du Lac County teens in a car crash. → Read More

Finalist chosen for Oshkosh's new elementary school. But, here's why it could be a longer wait

The top vote getter in the school district's public survey was for Menominee Elementary school. The school board must now vote on it and seek the tribe's permission. → Read More

Oshkosh woman charged after Merrill Middle School incident

The Winnebago County DA filed two misdemeanor charges against an Oshkosh woman after an incident where she and other adults forced their way into Merrill Middle School. → Read More

Death of man found in High Avenue building in August was not suspicious, Oshkosh police say

The Oshkosh police, with the assistance of a UW-Oshkosh professor of anthropology, were able to identify the victim. → Read More

Despite efforts to lower proposal, Oshkosh council passes 6.5% increase to stormwater utility rate

The owners of an average residential home in Oshkosh will now have to pay another $14.52 a year — $237.72 overall — for the city's stormwater utility. → Read More

Candidates had to file for the spring election by Tuesday. Who is running in Oshkosh?

The council race will be crowded with six candidates running for three seats. Showdowns for the school board positions and mayor are now set. → Read More

Oshkosh Arena will stop offering free parking at all events in the new year

The Oshkosh Arena said in a statement Tuesday it will no longer offer free parking after the expiration of a deal with Verve Credit Union. → Read More

Oshkosh's Celebration of Lights named best light show in Wisconsin

The travel magazine Travel + Leisure listed Oshkosh's Celebration of Lights in Menominee Park as the best lights show in the state. → Read More

New Oshkosh elementary school will honor one of these four local figures. The public can vote through Friday

The Oshkosh Area School District is asking residents to select one of four finalists to name the new elementary school scheduled to open in fall 2024. → Read More

Family starts GoFundMe campaign for Oshkosh North student injured in crash

The Oshkosh North student sustained severe injuries as a passenger in a fatal car crash Nov. 20 in Appleton that caused the death of her father. → Read More

Fond du Lac DA charges 10 people on felony meth, fentanyl conspiracy charges

Fond du Lac District Attorney Eric Toney said the charges stem from a joint investigation that alleges over $1 million in meth was sold, along with fentanyl. → Read More

With Palmeri headed to state Assembly, what will happen to Oshkosh's mayoral post? Here's what we know.

Though the state elections commission said "it doesn't happen very often," it is possible for Lori Palmeri to finish out her mayoral term while serving the state Assembly. → Read More

Oshkosh officials invite visitors, residents alike to 'Discover Oshkosh' in new tourism campaign

The Oshkosh Convention & Visitors Bureau announced the change after being known as "Event City" for almost 10 years. Why officials want people to "Discover Oshkosh." → Read More

State report cards reveal Fond du Lac Schools "meet" expectations. What about other area schools?

The Fond du Lac School District saw an increase in its report cards released by the state's education department Tuesday. Most other districts in the county also improved. → Read More

Oshkosh city council approves $164 million operating budget for 2023

The budget has an increase in spending in the overall tax levy of 4.16% over last year's budget, with a large portion of the increase spent on police and fire departments. → Read More

Oshkosh's Jackson/Oregon Street bridge will reopen next week

The bridge, which has been closed since May after an inspection found a broken gear box, will reopen Nov. 17. → Read More

Oshkosh Mayor Lori Palmeri wins election over Herman in 54th Assembly District

The Democratic candidate and mayor, council member defeated Republican opponent and businessman Donnie Herman by less than 2,000 votes. → Read More

Oshkosh School Board fills vacant seat left by Bob Poeschl's resignation

Angie Lee will serve out the remainding term of former board president Bob Poeschl, who resigned in September. → Read More

In Oshkosh Assembly race, officials with Palmeri's campaign claim Republican opponent is spreading misinformation

Republican candidate Donnie Herman cited court cases alleged to involve Democrat Lori Palmeri, but a fact check turns up discrepancies. → Read More