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UW Oshkosh and Agra Energy bring renewable fuel technology to dairy farms

UW Oshkosh and Agra Energy bring renewable fuel technology to dairy farms
October 15, 2020

UW Oshkosh has partnered with Agra Energy Corp. to promote a new technology that converts biogas to fuel, the university announced in a press release Thursday. The renewable solution makes use of Agra...

Thrift store provides community support

Doug (Left) and Lonie (Right) in the Second Chance Thrift Store.
October 14, 2020

Located at 753 N. Main St. is a thrift store that may not be known to many. Run by just one manager and one full-time employee, this duo has brought happiness and deals to those in need. “All of the...

OSA creates safety precautions for student org events

OSA creates safety precautions for student org events
October 14, 2020

Student org recognition The deadline for student organizations at UWO to gain re-recognition from the Oshkosh Student Association (OSA) is today. Organizations must complete the necessary re-recognition...

Brenda: Wisconsin is ‘what we needed to get clean’

Brenda: Wisconsin is ‘what we needed to get clean’
October 14, 2020

As told to Joseph Schulz “What led me to drugs was losing my kids — the pain of it. I was like, ‘Well, I tried pot and I didn't get addicted. I tried acid and I didn't get addicted. Why would...

Responsibility at the heart of Nick’s recovery

Responsibility at the heart of Nick’s recovery
October 14, 2020

As told to Gabrielle Fischer Pain and addiction “My mother was a heroin addict. When I was 7, she dropped me off at a place called the Friendship House in Pennsylvania. It was supposed to be for the...

Kessler: ‘By the time I was 12, I was a full-blown alcoholic’

Chris and his cat, Rommel, whom he adopted after Mr. Pooh died. Chris credits Mr. Pooh for saving
his life after the cat came up to him and rubbed against his leg, giving him a moment of clarity just
before he was about to kill himself.
Chris Kessler's path to recovery
October 14, 2020

A Tumultuous Childhood At 6 years old, most children are experiencing a lot of firsts, whether it’s their first time losing a tooth, their first grade on an assignment, or their first sleepover....

Why Wisconsin has become a COVID-19 hotspot within a month

Why Wisconsin has become a COVID-19 hotspot within a month
October 14, 2020

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) confirmed that COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin have risen from around 1,000 cases per day in early September to a record 3,000 cases per day the first few...

WI breaks COVID records for cases, deaths

Wisconsin COVID-19 deaths are at an all time high.
October 14, 2020

Wisconsin saw 33 new COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday, breaking the state’s record for the largest number of deaths in a single day from its previous high of 27 on Sept. 30, according to the state’s Department...

Indigenous Peoples’ Day honors Native American history

Indigenous Peoples’ Day is observed in 17 states and more than 130 cities as a celebration of the diverse Native American culture and acknowledgment of their history.
October 14, 2020

Residents across the country observed Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday, a holiday that celebrates and honors Native American history and culture. “Indigenous Peoples’ Day is the celebration of...

Fox Valley hospitals nearing capacity, as COVID continues to surge in Oshkosh

Courtesy of an Ascension press release -- Area hospitals are nearing capacity amid a spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations.
October 9, 2020

In a video that has now gone viral, Mark Schultz, co-owner of Oblio’s Lounge in Oshkosh, lays in a hospital bed with oxygen tubes up his nose. As Schultz describes his battle against COVID-19...

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