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New book looks at 'Yesterday in Oshkosh'

10:04 PM, Jan. 25, 2013
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A new local author has emerged with a glance back on the days of yesteryear in Oshkosh. Randy Domer's new book, "Yesterday in Oshkosh ? My Hometown," takes readers back to the 1950s and '60s, where life took place in a simpler time.

Domer takes us on a nostalgic journey of living in Oshkosh in the 1950s and 1960s. His tales take us back to a time when a family night out usually meant eating at a drive-in and going to the outdoor theater in our pajamas. His experiences growing up on the city's "west side" are sure to rekindle memories for everyone who enjoys relating back to those days of old in their own ...

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