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Oshkosh Northwestern

Daily Northwestern Building
Building in downtown Oshkosh
Location 224 State St.
Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Architect Auler,Jenson & Brown
NRHP Reference # 82000732
Added to NRHP May 13, 1982

The Oshkosh Northwestern is a daily newspaper based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

The Northwestern was owned by the Schwalm and Heaney families until 1998, when it was sold to Ogden Newspapers; Ogden traded the paper to Thomson Newspapers two months later for four papers in Ohio and Pennsylvania.[1] It has been part of the Gannett chain of newspapers since 2000, when it was purchased from Thomson Corporation.[2]

The Northwestern is primarily distributed in Winnebago, Waushara, and Green Lake counties.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Building 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

For the forty years preceding establishment of the newspaper's name as Oshkosh Northwestern in 1979, the newspaper was known as the Oshkosh Daily Northwestern.[3]

Building

The building for the newspaper was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on May 13, 1982. It is a significant example of 1930 Renaissance architecture.

References

  1. ^ Newspaper maneuvers
  2. ^ Gannett veteran named Post-Crecent publisher
  3. ^ "About Oshkosh daily northwestern. (Oshkosh, Wis.) 1939-1979".  

External links

  • Oshkosh Northwestern online
  • Oshkosh NorthwesternGannett subsidiary profile of the


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