Ozaukee County is the smallest land area county in the State of Wisconsin, covering 235 square miles of land area.
Menominee County is a county in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,232 making it the least populous county in Wisconsin.
|Counties of Wisconsin|
|Subdivisions||cities, villages, towns|
The Town of Hayward is located within Sawyer County and borders the City of Hayward. The Township is comprised of approximately 76 square miles and around 100 miles of roadway with an estimated population of 3,660 residents for 2019.
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Welcome to Winnebago County, Wisconsin Our community is the home of many outstanding academic centers including the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, the UW-Fox Valley, and the Fox Valley Technical College.
Located in the northwest corner of Oneida County, Minocqua obtained township status on March 13, 1889.
Wisconsin law (Wis. Stat. § 100.264) provides additional punishment for those who prey upon or take advantage of senior citizens or the disabled. The law may be applied in a number of situations, including the guilty person knowing that the victim was a senior (age 62 and older) or disabled.
|Persons 65 years and over, percent|| 17.5%|
|Female persons, percent|| 50.2%|
|Race and Hispanic Origin|
|White alone, percent|| 87.0%|
Bird: robin (Turdus migratorius). In 1926-27, Wisconsin school children voted to select a state bird. The robin received twice as many votes as those given any other bird. Chapter 218, Laws of 1949, officially made the robin the state bird.
Milk is also represented on the U.S. Mint’s commemorative quarter for Wisconsin, which features a round of cheese and a dairy cow (the official state domesticated animal of Wisconsin). Milk has been called a nearly perfect food – a source of protein, calcium, and several other important nutrients.
Brandy’s popularity in Wisconsin started when a large number of German immigrants moved here in the 19th century and couldn‘t find their favorite drink, brandewijn. This prompted Korbel to start distilling for the public in 1889. Small-batch local distilleries produce – or have produced – brandy, too.
|Largest city||Green Bay|
|• Total||616 sq mi (1,600 km2)|
|Mrotek, Doug||Sheriff||715-634-7554 x2219|
|Sajdera, Joe||Chief Deputy||715-634-7554 x2218|
|Ripczinski, Greg – Lieutenant||Patrol Administrator||715-634-7554 x2246|
According to Census 2010, Wisconsin’s population is about 83% white, 6% black, 6% Hispanic, 2% Asian, and 1% American Indian. Individuals of other and multiple races make up less than 2% of Wisconsin’s population.
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