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About: appleton, wisconsin

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
Oshkosh Police arrest 20 people during three-day prostitution bust

Six women and one man from Milwaukee were arrested for prostitution. One of the women had her three-month-old child with her when she was arrested.

Twenty Arrested in Oshkosh Prostitution InvestigationOSHKOSH, WI...

Officer Joe Nichols says the department's Vice and Narcotics Unit conducted multiple investigations over a three-day period this past week. Six females and one male were arrested for prostitution while 13 male 'johns' were taken into custody for soliciting sex.

Wisconsin couple believe they drank tainted alcohol in Mexico

Rick and Jamie Valeri who own a furniture store in Appleton are speaking out about possibly being drugged at a resort they were staying at in Mexico. "I thought I was dying because I couldn't get out of whatever state of mind I was in.

Appleton bar fight suspect enters "not guilty" pleas

A man involved in a bar fight that ended with a fatal officer-involved shooting has entered "not guilty" pleas to the charges against him. Nellum is charged with five felonies--including 1st Degree Attempted Homicide and Felony Murder--and three misdemeanors, for the May 20 incident at Jack's Apple Pub in Appleton.

Dead crow in Appleton tests positive for West Nile virus

Appleton health officials say the bird was found on July 12 and this is the first bird that has tested positive for West Nile virus in the city since surveillance began on May 1. "The positive bird means that residents of Outagamie County need to be more vigilant in their personal protective measures to prevent mosquito bites," said Appleton Health Officer Kurt Eggebrecht. The Appleton Health Department recommends the following: a Limit time spent outside at dawn and dusk, when mosquitoes are most active.

Politico: John Birch Society Making a Comeback

A right-leaning political advocacy group that started during the early days of the Cold War has been recruiting lawmakers across the country and appears to be enjoying a resurgence. Politico profiles the John Birch Society , which is headquartered in Appleton, Wis.

Chinese Activist And Nobel Laureate Dies1:45

U.S. President Donald Trump, during a Paris news conference, paid tribute to China's President Xi Jinping but expressed the hope that \u0022he could do a little bit more\u0022 when it came to North Korea. President Donald Trump answered a question from a French reporter regarding his friend Jim.

Addiction and Mary Brown2:44

Mary Brown and her three children, in Appleton Wis. Mary has battled alcohol and drug addiction since her high school days.

the Ladder: Barthel to head Southern Lakes Credit Union

A graduate of Concordia University, Barthel most recently worked at Community First Credit Union in Appleton as vice president of branch operations. He has volunteered his time with Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement, local food pantries and Feeding America.

Life saved from afar: Young Appleton man meets bone marrow donor from Germany

Marco Brodkorb, 43, of Neustadt, Germany, hugs Jordan Vanstrom, 18, after meeting him for the first time June 27 at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel in Appleton. Vanstrom needed a bone marrow donation when he was 15 years old and Brodkorb was his donor.

Strangers approaching Fox Valley doors

A recent Facebook post has Fox Valley residents on edge, after a Freedom police report of a hysterical stranger knocking on someone's door. The woman was crying and clearly upset, but asked that the police not be called.

Two dead in pick-up truck crash Monday, July 3

According to the sheriff's department, the pickups collided around 9:45 Saturday night on County Road A east of Saxeville. Both drivers, 60-year-old Richard Kraemer from Wild Rose and 20-year-old Richard Stinemates from Appleton died in the crash.

Body found in Appleton garage

Appleton Police and the Fond du Lac County Medical Examiner's Office are investigating a body found in a garage. The 43-year-old man was found in the garage of his home Thursday afternoon around 4 o'clock.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Sides With Open Government Advocates in School Boards Case

The Wisconsin Supreme Court unanimously sided with open government advocates Thursday in a closely watched case over when meetings should be open to the public. The court ruled that the Appleton school district improperly closed the meeting of a committee charged with reviewing course material.

Supreme Court Rules Against Appleton Schools Thursday, June 29

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that a series of Appleton School District meetings that were closed to the public should have been open. District taxpayer John Krueger filed the suit after being denied attendance to nine committee meetings between October 2011 and March 2012.

Andy Gardinier To Exit WOVM/Appleton-Oshkosh/Green Bay

MUSIC THAT MATTERS, INC. Triple A WOVM /APPLETON-OSHKOSH/GREEN BAY, WI APD ANDY GARDINIER has resigned his post effective JULY 7th ahead of a move to MILWAUKEE.

CMD wins export achievement award

CMD Corp., a maker of converting equipment based in Appleton, Wis., has won the Wisconsin Governor's Export Achievement Award for 2017. Gov. Scott Walker presented CMD officials with the award at the Wisconsin International Trade Conference in Milwaukee.

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