These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live In Wisconsin For 2018


We used science and data to determine which cities in the Badger State are the real pits.

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Wisconsin might be one of the most misunderstood states in America. If you live there, you most likely wouldn’t live anywhere else. If you’ve been there, you understand why people make it their home.

If you’ve never been there, you probably think it’s some place with a bunch of farms and snow. Which it kinda is, right?

But most of the people who will read this live in Wisconsin. And you know how good you have it up there.

But is it all great in The Big Cheese? Of course not. Just like every other state, Wisconsin has its trouble spots. The purpose of this post is to use science and data to determine which cities in the Badger State are the least desirable to live in.

After analyzing 141 of the state’s most populous cities, we came up with this list as the 10 worst (not wurst) places to live in Wisconsin:

  1. Beloit (Photos)
  2. Milwaukee (Photos)
  3. Antigo (Photos)
  4. Racine (Photos)
  5. Delavan (Photos)
  6. Rhinelander (Photos)
  7. Ashland (Photos)
  8. Rice Lake
  9. Superior (Photos)
  10. Kenosha (Photos)

What? Where are these places you wonder? And before you get all riled up and say we’re picking on small town America, that’s not the case. We understand there’s a lot of good in every place.

However, according to data (which doesn’t measure things like beauty and ‘friendly people’), there are far better options in the state for making a place home. Read on below to see how we crunched the numbers and see how your city fared in 2018.

If you’re looking for something more national, check out the worst cities in America or the worst states in America.

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How we determined the worst places to live in Wisconsin for 2018

To figure out how bad a place is to live in, we only needed to know what kinds of things people like and then decide what cities have the least amount of those things.

We don’t think it’s a stretch to assume that people like the following things:

  • Good education
  • Lots of jobs
  • Low crime
  • Low poverty
  • Nice homes
  • High incomes
  • High population density (Lots of things to do)
  • Short work commutes
  • Health insurance

The data comes from the Census’s most recent American Community Survey and from the FBI Uniform Crime Report.

We broke crime down into violent crime and property crime to give violent crime a larger weight — if you did a simple calculation of all crimes per capita, property crimes are normally 7x more common and really bias that ranking.

Furthermore, only cities with at least 5,000 people were considered — leaving 141 cities.

We then ranked each city from 1 to 141 for all the criteria with a #1 ranking being the worst for the particular criteria.

Next, we averaged the rankings into one ‘Worst Place To Live Score’.

Finally, we ranked every city on the ‘Worst Place To Live Score’ with the lowest score being the worst city in Wisconsin — Beloit. Read on for a detailed look at the 10 worst cities in Wisconsin.

This list is a scientific analysis based on real data and is completely unbiased.

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1. Beloit

Beloit, Wisconsin

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 36,812
Rank Last Year: 1 (No Change)
Home Values: $85,000 (4th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 12.0% (1st worst)
Beloit is the last city you hit when you’re driving route on Highway 90 on your way to Illinois. According to the data, it might be one of the last places you want to move.

Beloit is actually slightly more dangerous than Merrill and Rhinelander. There was a murder here in 2014, and residents had a 1 in 32.8 chance of being the victim of a property crime. Meaning lots of stolen laptops, cell phones and Aaron Rodgers jerseys.

The unemployment rate in Beloit is through the roof, as more than 12.0% of the population can’t get a job. At least their mortgages aren’t too high; at $85,000, Beloit has the 4th-lowest home prices in the state of Wisconsin.

2. Milwaukee

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 598,672
Rank Last Year: 2 (No Change)
Home Values: $115,500 (22nd worst)
Unemployment Rate: 10.3% (3rd worst)
Most of the rest of the cities on this list deserve to be on here due to their high crime numbers. Milwaukee is the 6th most dangerous city in Wisconsin, according to the FBI. Residents had a 1 in 24.5 chance of being the victim of a property crime. That’s really high for Wisconsin, but not even the highest in the state.

Home values are the 22nd cheapest in the state, and income levels are almost as low as you can get. Households in Milwaukee bring in just under $36,801 a year annually.

3. Antigo

Antigo, Wisconsin

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 7,930
Rank Last Year: 3 (No Change)
Home Values: $77,400 (1st worst)
Unemployment Rate: 8.9% (6th worst)
What the heck is going on in little Antigo? The crime is the 5th highest in the state of Wisconsin. Here, residents have a 1 in 17.0 chance of being robbed. That means if you live here, and didn’t have something stolen from you, there’s a good chance your neighbor did.

That ratio is one of the highest we’ve seen in the nation. Perhaps the high unemployment rate has something to do with it. More than 8.9% of Antigo residents were without jobs in the latest numbers we collected, which is the 6th highest in the state.

4. Racine

Racine, Wisconsin

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 77,931
Rank Last Year: 5 (Up 1)
Home Values: $106,400 (12th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 10.9% (2nd worst)
Welcome to Racine. Home of the laziest people in the state of Wisconsin, where more than 1 in 9.2 are without jobs, crime is rampant (21st highest in the state), and home values are some of the lowest around.

The public schools are quite lacking in terms of expenditures per student. The only thing saving Racine from ranking much higher on this list is the fact that the schools aren’t overcrowded. So while students don’t get financial resources, they get lots of 1-on-1 attention.

They need it here. In fact, a lot of people in Racine could use a big hug right about now.

5. Delavan

Delavan, Wisconsin

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 8,410
Rank Last Year: 8 (Up 3)
Home Values: $140,600 (55th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 7.2% (15th worst)
When you’re looking at things from purely a scientific standpoint, Delavan is the 5th worst place in the state of Wisconsin.

The U.S. defines the poverty line at $24,600 a year for a family of four. Delavan is right on the verge of that when you look at what the average citizen there earns a year. And the home values are eye-opening low. On average, the home value in Delavan are the 55th lowest in the entire state.

And when you factor in high crime and a high tax rate, it really can’t get much worse in Wisconsin.

6. Rhinelander

Rhinelander, Wisconsin

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 7,552
Rank Last Year: 4 (Down 2)
Home Values: $86,900 (6th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 6.4% (28th worst)
Rhinelander is also a pretty crummy place to live, when you look at the numbers. Yes, we’re aware that it’s surrounded by lakes. But you can only get out on the water maybe 5 months a year, right? The rest of the time, you’re stuck indoors watching the Packers and Badgers on the boob tube.

Rhinelander residents earn the 3rd-lowest salaries in the state. At $35,745 a year, people here most likely have a hard time getting ahead in life. And the average home costs are $86,900, which means there isn’t a lot of demand.

Crime is the 45th highest in Wisconsin per capita, and the unemployment rate here is 28th highest in the state, at 6.4%.

7. Ashland

Ashland, Wisconsin

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 8,083
Rank Last Year: 13 (Up 6)
Home Values: $107,800 (14th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 6.6% (25th worst)
LIttle Ashland is practically in the U.P., so, while summers are absolutely fantastic, the rest of the year ranges from tolerable to absolutely miserable, weather wise.

Crime in Ashland isn’t downright horrible, but it’s in the highest 15% in Wisconsin. Folks way up here earn poor salaries, and many have trouble getting jobs. The unemployment rate is at nearly 9%.

If there’s a bright side for Ashland, it’s the education ranking. The public schools here are rated towards the top when you factor in the amount spent per student and the teacher-student ratio. So at least they have that.

8. Rice Lake


Population: 8,343
Rank Last Year: 30 (Up 22)
Home Values: $112,500 (18th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 6.6% (25th worst)
If you want to live in an area where people are underpaid and there’s a lot of crime, then move to Rice Lake, a tiny blip an hour north of Eau Claire where residents don’t have much to do except stare out over?Rice Lake.

Crime is the 9th highest in the state, and residents earn the 9th lowest incomes in Wisconsin.

A bright side to living here is the quality of the schools. Public school kids get far more attention and resources than their Wisconsin peers.

9. Superior

Superior, Wisconsin

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 26,676
Rank Last Year: 9 (No Change)
Home Values: $116,000 (23rd worst)
Unemployment Rate: 6.3% (30th worst)
Say what you want about how beautiful Superior might be. The fact is that the economy here is one of the worst in the state.

The unemployment rate rankss 30th highest in the state at 6.3%. Homes are the 23rd lowest priced ($116,000), and the median income per household is just a tad over $41,030.

The fact is most of the people who live here are having a hard time making ends meet, when you consider their earned incomes and lack of jobs.

10. Kenosha

Kenosha, Wisconsin

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 99,865
Rank Last Year: 15 (Up 5)
Home Values: $141,400 (58th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 9.6% (4th worst)
Kenosha places 10th in our ranking of the worst places to live in Wisconsin.

You can imagine it’s a pretty simple life down there. Which is fine, unless you look closely at the data.

Homes are the 58th cheapest in the state, and at $141,400, just about anyone with a pulse can buy a home here. However, the unemployment rate (9.6%) is the 4th highest in Wisconsin, and income levels are far below the state average. And 1930.0% of the population lives below the poverty line.

Would you have guessed that the area around Kenosha has one of the highest crime rates, per capita in Wisconsin?

Wrapping Up The Worst In Wisconsin

If you’re looking at areas in Wisconsin with the worst economic situations, where there’s higher than average crime, and not a lot to do, this is an accurate list.

And in the end, Beloit ranks as the worst city to live in Wisconsin for 2018.

If you’re curious enough, here are the best cities to live in Wisconsin:

  1. Fox Point (Pop. 6,695)
  2. Whitefish Bay (Pop. 14,088)
  3. Elm Grove (Pop. 6,085)

For more Wisconsin reading, check out:

Detailed List Of The Worst Cities In Wisconsin

City Rank Previous Rank Population Unemployment Rate Home Value
Beloit 1 1 36,812 12.0% $85,000
Milwaukee 2 2 598,672 10.3% $115,500
Antigo 3 3 7,930 8.9% $77,400
Racine 4 5 77,931 10.9% $106,400
Delavan 5 8 8,410 7.2% $140,600
Rhinelander 6 4 7,552 6.4% $86,900
Ashland 7 13 8,083 6.6% $107,800
Rice Lake 8 30 8,343 6.6% $112,500
Superior 9 9 26,676 6.3% $116,000
Kenosha 10 15 99,865 9.6% $141,400
Portage 11 6 10,255 5.1% $119,300
Merrill 12 7 9,354 5.7% $86,400
Menomonie 13 16 16,295 6.6% $139,000
Green Bay 14 14 104,951 6.2% $125,100
Wisconsin Rapids 15 17 17,987 7.6% $84,600
Sparta 16 12 9,659 8.4% $110,200
Wausau 17 23 39,138 6.9% $112,700
Baraboo 18 11 12,097 8.7% $140,700
West Allis 19 25 60,543 5.8% $140,200
Lake Geneva 20 10 7,754 5.8% $190,200
Whitewater 21 27 14,840 8.8% $160,100
Shawano 22 28 9,130 4.0% $102,200
Janesville 23 18 63,880 6.7% $129,300
Cudahy 24 20 18,321 7.2% $150,400
Sheboygan 25 19 48,813 7.3% $108,700
New London 26 24 7,085 5.4% $114,200
Berlin 27 21 5,471 5.4% $109,200
New Richmond 28 22 8,687 7.0% $147,800
Waupaca 29 38 6,026 5.5% $103,700
Two Rivers 30 32 11,409 7.0% $95,500
La Crosse 31 40 52,140 5.9% $131,700
Tomah 32 31 9,380 7.3% $117,000
Weston 33 35 14,989 4.8% $146,300
Manitowoc 34 34 33,183 5.8% $107,000
Marinette 35 33 10,836 6.1% $81,200
Jefferson 36 36 7,976 5.3% $143,900
Prairie Du Chien 37 44 5,771 6.2% $117,700
Chippewa Falls 38 26 13,939 5.1% $117,800
Fond Du Lac 39 28 43,018 6.5% $121,400
Watertown 40 46 23,878 6.2% $146,700
Oshkosh 41 43 66,713 5.1% $116,900
South Milwaukee 42 39 21,197 7.0% $154,300
Fort Atkinson 43 65 12,470 6.0% $147,000
Menasha 44 58 17,930 6.1% $119,000
Menasha 45 78 17,930 6.1% $119,000
Fitchburg 46 49 27,254 5.4% $276,200
Stevens Point 47 47 26,714 7.5% $123,400
St. Francis 48 37 9,516 5.3% $146,300
Richland Center 49 41 5,076 3.5% $97,300
Beaver Dam 50 53 16,440 5.9% $121,300
Eau Claire 51 59 67,654 5.2% $141,300
Twin Lakes 52 42 6,059 9.6% $171,800
Milton 53 48 5,574 5.9% $133,300
Bellevue 54 50 15,187 4.2% $177,700
Greenfield 55 54 37,070 5.3% $170,600
Platteville 56 66 12,020 5.4% $149,000
Edgerton 57 52 5,494 3.6% $142,200
Elkhorn 58 61 9,931 6.8% $159,700
Brown Deer 59 72 12,075 6.2% $145,700
Pleasant Prairie 60 67 20,395 7.2% $204,000
Reedsburg 61 60 9,515 3.8% $128,200
Mayville 62 64 5,016 2.7% $139,600
Ashwaubenon 63 51 17,157 5.7% $151,600
River Falls 64 75 15,152 2.6% $174,600
Monroe 65 62 10,771 2.8% $124,700
Plymouth 66 76 8,454 5.0% $137,600
Ripon 67 56 7,712 3.2% $115,100
West Bend 68 72 31,661 4.5% $163,800
Hartford 69 89 14,350 3.8% $174,400
Burlington 70 45 10,571 5.3% $170,400
Appleton 71 78 73,446 4.0% $137,800
Howard 72 63 18,950 5.0% $184,100
North Fond Du Lac 73 95 5,020 4.6% $92,100
Rothschild 74 96 5,307 5.2% $138,800
Sturgeon Bay 75 68 9,007 5.8% $136,500
Marshfield 76 74 18,410 4.4% $133,400
Madison 77 120 246,034 4.8% $217,000
Madison 78 82 246,034 4.8% $217,000
Waupun 79 71 11,337 4.1% $120,300
Plover 80 87 12,350 6.4% $167,400
Lake Mills 81 70 5,796 3.8% $169,200
Caledonia 82 81 24,767 7.2% $191,200
Mount Pleasant 83 69 26,237 5.0% $180,100
Hobart 84 80 7,779 4.9% $234,900
Mukwonago 85 77 7,549 2.5% $219,200
Suamico 86 85 11,996 6.0% $220,300
Kimberly 87 108 6,679 4.7% $138,800
Stoughton 88 88 13,041 4.9% $182,400
Waukesha 89 83 72,016 4.5% $192,400
Waterford 90 55 5,344 3.6% $193,700
Sturtevant 91 92 6,961 3.7% $132,100
Altoona 92 104 7,193 5.0% $148,700
Glendale 93 86 12,880 3.0% $207,200
Neenah 94 90 25,849 3.2% $134,200
Evansville 95 84 5,176 4.3% $162,200
Oak Creek 96 57 35,218 4.0% $209,800
Greendale 97 97 14,303 5.4% $200,300
Delafield 98 116 7,218 6.0% $346,200
Onalaska 99 113 18,396 4.2% $169,600
Richfield 100 99 11,483 4.6% $295,600

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35 thoughts on “These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live In Wisconsin For 2018

    1. Haha! yeah, what’s up with that!? Went to school there and I like the people I’ve met there, but their police force/jail/court system isn’t the greatest…when their rates of minorities charged, incarcerated, sentenced, in their judicial system are so high. Ashland County is probably the number one spot in Wisconsin. A place where you want to blend in with the crowd, you know what I mean? It’s hard to be brown skinned in a place like that. In Ashland County’s jail is (at a educated guess) 75% filled with minorities, mainly people of Native American descent.

  1. Well, I think we have a WI hater here. Sounds like you think we only live in the summer here. I am over 60 and there is so much to do here in the winter also including awesome snowsports and ICE FISHING which is one of the best sports ever! If you do not know the peace and friendliness of our great state, you need to visit here. I have lived in Rice Lake all my life and love this city and northwest WI. Perhaps your crime data is because we have an awesome police force here and they stay on top of it. Many residents don’t even lock their doors here and have never been robbed! Imagine that! This is a beautiful area to live and I do agree that our wages could be higher, but this city Rice Lake is lucky enough to be the beginning edge of God’s country which many people from other states love to come to visit and eventually move here. I think before you publish a stupid article like this with poor pictures, you should probably visit each of these towns. LOVE WISCONSIN!

    1. Yeah Rice Lake is so great. Home of cults and religious fanatacism. I lived there for a few years and was bored out of my mind. The cops stop people for no reason, registered sex offenders live on damn near every street and it’s only redeeming quality is a surplus store. Sounds like someone is butthurt lol

  2. Why did you not list any statistics for Wisconsin Rapids. Surely it rates higher on this list since there are no jobs. We now have a new running joke here due to this article….it sucks so much here that it is not even worth mentioning why.

  3. Superior is not on the complete list and is certainly in the most populous cities in Wisconsin (27,000 population).

  4. Your appraisal of Racine schools is not correct. They totally messed up K-5 by getting rid of textbooks and dividing each class into about four levels depending on how well the student is learning. This means each teacher has four classes, with those on the bottom level getting left behind because they need more help that they don’t get in this system. Also, 35 kids per class is a low teacher/student ratio?

  5. Rhinelander, you have it all wrong. Nobody actually lives in Rhinelander, we all live out on the lakes and rivers. Low income because of apartment complexes and older homes in town. If you add in Pine Lake, Crescent, Pelican, Sugar Camp and others the income level will sky rocket. There are 2,000 lakes with in an hour of my home, why live in the city?

  6. I do not appreciate that fact that your opinion of Racine is that it is filled with lazy people because of our high unemployment rate. You have to have jobs available before people can work. They should be a living wage jobs which our governor and his cronies are against. The whole state is a bad place to live because of the governor.

    1. They are lazy. Its far easier to let others work and mooch off of the system. Or they don’t want to take a job that actually requires work with an hourly wage. Start wielding a striped cane and wear dark sunglasses because you are obviously blind. Walker has done alot more for this state than you obviously know.

  7. I grew up in Waupaca. Few people who grow up there stay there, and my former classmates that have stayed are poor and stressed out. It has made the lowest income for teacher in the state, which means that the district is continually getting sub par teachers. The few good teachers are wildly underappreciated. The only people who aren’t living like the natives in Cozumel are the ones who are in management at the foundry or own the banks. It’s lipstick on a pig. It’s beautiful thanks to the Chain and the money from outside Waupaca that builds the high-priced cabins on the lakes is beautiful. But the year round population is so poor that they can’t enjoy their beautiful town.

  8. Um…okay, how tf is Milwaukee not at the top of this bullsh!t list?? LOL?? Who wrote this article?? LOL?? Milwaukee by far has the HIGHEST crime rate and worse public school systems period! Yet, you even put Racine before Milwaukee as the worse place to live?? This is a joke…LOL! People are unemployed in Racine due to the lack of job opportunities, the same for any other city..lol.

  9. I laughed when I saw the comments on Rhinelander, first of all, the city limits may have 7 thousand something, I live in Rhinelander but not in the city limits, I live in a township. From my understanding there are approx. 24,thousand something in the Rhinelander area. About nothing to do!!!!! you are crazy, there are number of things to do in the winter and fall, hunting, fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, movies, plays, symphonies, and many more things. If you lived here you would see the peace, quiet and the pure beauty of this place. We are surrounded by lakes, why do you thing the people from the cities move up here to live? I’m not angry, I just think you have your head screwed on backwards when you listed all these towns because you thing they have a low pop. Come and visit, theres no science to it. lol Happy Hodag.

    1. Mary, thank you for posting this. You are right on!!! I totally agree with every single point you made. In addition to that, they put “high crime” into consideration?????????? That totally baffles me. Have they even been to Rhinelander? I never saw anything wrong with Merrill either.

  10. Lol…I moved to Wisconsin ( Green Bay) 20 plus yes ago from another state it’s the only place I’ll live great people . Lots of fun things to do year round

  11. This is the dumbest list I have ever seen. So you don’t take into consideration school district, business development city attractions or tourism, but you do state facts that are old and outdated. Beloit has it’s problems, just like every other city, but it’s not the 3rd worst city to live in. In fact Beloit has many many great things to offer, Awesome School district, Beloit College, Beloit Snappers, Unemployment rate under 7, #1 Farmers Market in the state and a very cool downtown area. The guy that wrote this article is a complete moron.

  12. Well I have been here for 46 years wisconsin is a very racist state high unemployment rate also the education system in Janesville and Milton is bs and Beloit do whatever they can to keep black American students for making I know all this from site and experience so wisconsin needs to be totally reformed for the federal judges to school .Principles

  13. So, let me understand…. unemployment in the Northern towns is because jobs are hard to come by… but in Racine, it’s caused by LAZINESS????

    Your dog whistle needs tuning. It’s not that subtle.

  14. Laura T. you fool, our great governor may very well be the next President and will certainly be better at creating jobs than the do nothing but talk dolt who now occupies the office. Job creation resolves most of the issues that plague not only Wisconsin but the nation as a whole.

    1. And our Governor has done that huh? Created jobs, huh? Yeah, if you listen to all of his made up facts. All Walker has ever done is run down our great state. Take a look at all of the facts Robert. He is the worse Governor we have ever had! God forbid he becomes our next President. Take a listen to Donald Trump. Not that I will vote for him but he sure does make a lot of good points. Especially about Wrong Way Walker!

  15. I question the writer’s credibility in this article. Unless you’ve been to these places, there’s no place for you to make comments on how boring it might be. I’ve lived in Rhinelander all my life and loved every second of it. If you want to rank cities based on crime and unemployment then have it, but those aren’t the deciding factors for whether it’s a terrible place to live. If you don’t believe me, ask the journal sentinel what they think of Rhinelander: http://m.jsonline.com/travel/wisconsin-travel/268294472.htm?

  16. Live near Rhinelander and agree with the survey except I think Rhinelander should have beat Merrill for the worst spot. High cost of living low wages and high crime oh yea. No where to shop little to do way too many drugs … The weather is difficult and roads and plowing dangerous. I could go on. We really needed the mining jobs up north but didn’t get them.

  17. I see from his ten best cities that it is heavily weighted toward upper middle class towns. Duh. Not everybody is upper middle class. I have lived in several of your ten worst towns, and they are perfectly nice places, just working class. Get over yourself.

    I grew up in NYC, and lived-in Chicago. So I am not a hick. I love living in Rome, right outside of Wisconsin Rapids.

  18. You obviously havent seen the area around Rhinelander, plus with amazing sport programs and a great school, Rhinelander should be near the best. plus everyone lives just outside of rhinelander. but if the person that made this was from Wisconsin and knew what he was talking about, we wouldnt need to worry.

  19. All of you need to shut the up god seeing these chatter box no good tea party comments is pathetic wisconsin may be having financial issues but it does not mean it is abad thing theres beauty in the state tio i do not care for blacks mexcans whites race is not the issue here the issue is being happy whete you live. Where we live is our issue if we are happy then let it be

  20. Oshkosh should be at #1. It’s extraordinarily hostile to men, so sexism is extreme. Even prison guards are deputized, so the entire area is in a constant police state–you can’t park…at a park….without being harassed by some bald guy with major weight issues. A few barons in the area control absolutely everything. The mutants that crawl around that black hole are by far the most follower-type peoples on the planet–there is no independent thought whatsoever. Sexual selection simply doesn’t exist, they just let alcohol do the choosing. The women are extraordinarily grotesque and are 100% male-users and abusers–condescending, crazy, and just plain mean. Everything is packed on the frontage roads (tourist trap) and is all low-wage chain-type stores meant for prisoner-employees who are forced to work in these things……by design. UWO is such a terrible environment that the only reason people attend is that it’s close to home. The lakes are all built up around, and people are so lazy, humongous, and unskilled that they need boats to get around. Daytime during the winter months is pure torture. The overall vibe there is so negative for any living thing that kids who practically know nothing want to leave even before high school “graduation”. It’s no wonder Oshkosh has been mocked nationally for many decades, it literally should be depopulated and razed for the sake of all living entities. I’m pretty sure ghosts don’t even stick around.

  21. The Clown that wrote this is not even from Wisconsin. He is a FIB – he calls a higway a Route. Why doesn’t he make a list of the worst Illinois cities? They are a whole lot worse.

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