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Located 100miles north of Milwaukee, Appleton lies on the Fox River. Fur traders doing business with local Indians were the first Europeans to inhabit the area before being incorporated in 1853. The paper industry was initially a main stay and with that brought the nation's first hydro-electric station using the Fox River. The city is also home to Lawrence University, a private liberal Arts college founded in 1847. The city is also the alleged birthplace of Harry Houdini and Fox News anchor Greta Van Susteran.

Population: 70087
Local Newspapers: Appleton Post-Crescent
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Local Colleges: Fox Valley Technical College

Zip Codes associated with appleton, wisconsin: 54911 54913 54914 54915
Towns/Cities near appleton, wisconsin : Little Chute Kimberly Kaukauna Wrightstown Menasha Meenah Sherwood Hortonville

Appleton News
Diaper Thief Suspect Enters Unrelated Plea

The 52-year-old Neenah man accused of stealing thousands of diapers from a charity's warehouse has pleaded not guilty at arraignment to unrelated charges that he swiped a pair of forklifts from Valley Packaging.

Lockdowns lifted at Appleton schools amid search for missing person

Three Appleton schools went into lockdown for about 45 minutes Tuesday while police looked for a person who fled a hospital. Police say the temporary lockdowns at Central High School, Columbus Elementary and St. Paul Lutheran schools were a precaution while they look for the person who was having mental health issues.

Man shot by police officer in Appleton bar identified

A man shot by an Appleton police officer at Jack's Apple Pub over the weekend was identified Monday night as Jimmie Montel Sanders. Just after 1:30 Sunday morning, police responded to a report of a shooting at the bar on College Avenue.

Appleton Police Chief: Cop shot man "to stop the threat"

Early Sunday morning at 1:38, two Appleton Police officers were walking in the area of the Apple Pub when people began to run out of the bar, saying that there was a person inside the bar with a gun shooting people. "The officers made their way towards the doors of the business, pushing past the crowd that was fleeing out the bar.

Officer Involved Shooting, One DeadAPPLETON, WI (WTAQ-WLUK) - One man ...

One man is dead and two others suffered non-life threatening injuries after an officer-involved shooting early Sunday morning. Appleton Police, responding to reports of a shooting inside a bar, arrived at the Apple Pub on College Avenue and State Street just after 1:30.

Five women open up about their abortions

'It gutted me': Five women detail what it was really like to get an abortion - as all insist they do NOT regret having the procedure, despite the pain of making such a 'gut-wrenching choice' A group of women detailed the circumstances behind their abortions in a bid to give a realistic outlook on the procedure Her boyfriend at the time threatened to reveal the pregnancy on Facebook and left her after putting $200 in her mailbox Five women have opened up about their past abortions, in a bid to educate others on what it's really like to undergo the procedure. The women, three of whom testified anonymously, recounted the circumstances that drove them to terminate their pregnancies, and overall insisted they didn't regret their decisions.

Man Pleads Not Guilty to Burglary, Robbery

The 55-year-old Appleton man accused of both breaking into an Appleton bar and robbing a Kimberly convenience store has pleaded not guilty at arraignment. Gary Perry faces felony counts of Burglary with a Dangerous Weapon, Armed Robbery, and Aggravated Battery with Intentions to Cause Great Bodily Harm.

Online sales boom for mattresses squished into boxes

Some internet-based startups are waking up the sleepy world of bedding - and putting yet another sector of store-based retailing, one that thought it was immune from online sellers, at risk. They're doing it by innovating in a way few might have imagined: They discovered that mattresses could be sold online and shipped directly to consumers by squishing them into boxes not much bigger than a three-drawer file cabinet.

Caitlin Smith, Westland, Mich.: "I hope to be able to put my degree into practice."

Conifer Berg, Appleton, Wis.: I hope everything goes well with my Argentina immersion trip this summer and finding a full-time job next year while my wife continues her education. Nicole Gawel, Milwaukee, Wis.: I am hoping to use my gifts with God's blessing in my hometown of Milwaukee.

Restricted 'Conversion Therapy' Bill Introduced Friday, May 12

Local and state leaders in the LGBT community gathered at Goodwill in Menasha Thursday to show support for State Representative Amanda Stuck's latest bill. "It's really important that all the youth in our community know that they are loved and perfect as they are" The bill would make it illegal for any therapist to perform 'conversion' or 'reparative' therapy on a person under 18-years-old.

Art Show Highlighting Work By WI Veterans Set For May 23

"Through the Eyes of a Soldier" is a one night event celebrating Wisconsin veterans. The art show features original pieces created by local veterans.

Mike Koel Promoted to President of U.S. Gain

Most recently, Koel was vice president of business development for U.S. Oil, another division of the Appleton, Wis.-based company. "Mike has a passion for CNG, and he led the thought process behind U.S. Venture entering into the CNG business," U.S. Venture CEO John Schmidt said in a statement.

Renee M. Radtke

Renee Marie Radtke, The angels arrived for me just before 5am on Friday, May 5th while at home surrounded by my loving family after losing my battle to damn cancer.

The AHCA Waivers Could Bring the Toxic Politics of Health Care to Every State Capitol

They might not reduce premiums and won't fix the problems plaguing the individual insurance exchanges, but they will spread the political pain. When Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker showed up to a press conference on Friday afternoon sporting a jersey of the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, a minor league baseball team, he probably didn't expect to face a curveball in the form of questions about the Republican health care bill from a local county official.

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On Friday, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker helped cut the ribbon on the Safari Ride, the new expansion of the Wildwood Wildlife Park in Minocqua. Pictured, from left, is Wisconsin secretary of tourism Stephanie Klett, Wildwood Wildlife co-owner Duane Domaszek, Walker and Wildwood Wildlife Park co-owner Judy Domaszek.

Police: Appleton halfway house resident died of smoke inhalation

Appleton Police have released the cause of death of a 24-year-old man who died in a halfway house fire in 2016. The fire happened June 22 at a halfway house in the 500 block of N. Division Street.

Opening the Door to artisan cheese

Fans of fine dining know that an amuse-bouche is a chef's little gift to diners - a nibble or slurp that usually is an elegant extra at the start of an evening meal. Think fancy canape, shot of gazpacho, tiny culinary work of art.

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