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Waukesha is a city in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. In 2006, according to cnnmoney.com Waukesha ranks as the 36th "best place to live in the United States." As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 64,825. It is the county seat of Waukesha County. The city is located adjacent to the Town of Waukesha.
The name of the city means "fox" or "foxes," either from the Ojibwe word Waagoshag or the Potawatomi word Wauk-tsha.
Waukesha was known for its extremely clean and good-tasting spring water and was called a spa town. This earned the city the nicknames "Spring City" and "Saratoga of the West". However, emissions have since ruined these springs, and a number have gone dry.
During the Cold War Waukesha County hosted three Nike Missile batteries which were located in the city of Waukesha as well as nearby Muskego and Lannon.
The following businesses have headquarters in Waukesha:
- GE Healthcare Technologies, a subsidiary of GE Healthcare
- Kalmbach Publishing, publisher of Model Railroader and Trains magazines
- RedPrairie Corporation, a leading logistics software vendor
- Dresser Waukesha, a global leader in natural gas engines
- Aries Industries, manufacturer of CCTV sewer inspection systems
- Generac Power Systems, a leading manufacturer of power generation equipment
- Waukesha Electric, a leading manufacturer of utility transformers
Listed are people or groups who are native to Waukesha, though they may not reside in the city anymore.
- BoDeans, rock band
- Frank Caliendo, comedian
- Mrs. Fun, jazz band
- Les Paul, guitarist, pioneer of the solid-body electric guitar and multitrack recording
- Alexander Randall, state governor, namesake of Camp Randall Stadium
- Tim Ward, American soccer player who currently plays for the Columbus Crew of Major League Soccer
- Paul Hamm, Olympic gymnastic gold medalist (born, but resides in The Town of Waukesha)
- Morgan Hamm, Olympic gymastic contender (born, but resides in The Town of Waukesha)
- Susan Hawk, Survivor: Pulau Tiga and Survivor: All-Stars contestant
- Austin Aries, professional wrestler
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