Stories tagged: "Oshkosh"

AOC Gets the USPS to Admit Oshkosh Defense Had No Plans to Create Its New Jobs in Wisconsin

Critics accuse the company of bait and switch for winning a big government contract based on its experienced union workforce—but choosing to create non-union jobs in South Carolina.

An Oshkosh man pleaded guilty to plotting an attack on US power grids to cause a race war. (Photo by Pixabay via Pexels)
Oshkosh Man Part of Neo-Nazi Plot: Attack Power Grid, Start a Race War

Jackson Matthew Sawall was one of three men who planned to plunge regions into chaos and cause a race war by attacking power stations, according to federal prosecutors.

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes speaks during a September 2021 appearance in Milwaukee by voting rights activist and former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. (Photo by JT Cestkowski)
Barnes Asks Biden, Congress to Pressure Oshkosh Defense to Bring Union Jobs Home

Call comes after Ron Johnson said he won’t fight for jobs in Oshkosh.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin. (Photo via Facebook/Senator Ron Johnson)
Ron Johnson Won’t Push for 1,000+ New Jobs in His Hometown

Oshkosh Defense's namesake plant could make USPS vehicles, but it appears the jobs are heading for non-union conditions in South Carolina.

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Oshkosh Man Has Been Bitten Three Times by Deadly Snakes, That’s Not Stopping Him from Collecting Venom

MToxins Venom Lab delights visitors while helping to save lives across the world.

(Graphic by Morgaine Ford-Workman)
Oshkosh Is Fixing Harmful Depictions in Its Chief Oshkosh Statue

The city of Oshkosh is adding new plaques explaining why its statue of its namesake, Chief Oshkosh, falls short.

This old part of a water main is among many being replaced in Eau Claire as part of an effort to get rid of water lines containing lead. (Photo by Julian Emerson)
Wisconsin Has 176,000 Lead Pipes. The Infrastructure Bill Will Help Take Them Out.

The bipartisan infrastructure legislation that Biden recently signed includes $15 billion to replace lead pipes across the country.