APPLETON - Sam Luna pursued his music career through Los Angeles and Chicago. But the Arizona-born musician, who is half of the Appleton-based duo FEATherWOLF, says he found a home in Wisconsin. “I continued traveling around and lived in Chicago and L.A., but I kept finding myself coming back to the Fox Valley,” said Luna, a musician and artist in his 30s.
OSHKOSH – Oshkosh Corp. announced Wednesday afternoon that it will keep its global headquarters in Oshkosh. In early November, the Oshkosh Common Council offered up the publicly owned Lakeshore Municipal Golf Course as a site for the company. The deal included offering to sell the company a 35-acre section of the golf course, and contributing some $13 million in tax incentives and infrastructure work.
OSHKOSH - City officials downplayed rumors about an effort to sell a public golf course to major employer Oshkosh Corp. while they were already performing studies on the land, newly released records show. In March, city officials began quietly exploring the prospect of developing the century-old Lakeshore Municipal Golf Course to make way for a new Oshkosh Corp. headquarters. By late April, when those plans would have been tough to hide, the city confirmed the company was interested.
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