July 10, 2020

Westfield will soon be adding another restaurant to its lineup, with Arby’s set to move into the new strip mall on North Pioneer Park Road shortly. 

Jennifer Ostrowski and her brother Jeremy Ostrowski currently own 10 Arby’s throughout the state, including one also being built in Portage. Around six months ago they began working on bringing Arby’s to the Westfield area. When choosing Westfield as their next location, Jennifer noted that, “There is a real need for an Arby’s in Westfield.” She said that they take a hands-on approach to all of their locations and are constantly looking to expand, so they thought Westfield fit what they were lo...

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July 10, 2020

Westfield will soon be adding another restaurant to its lineup, with Arby’s set to move into the new strip mall on North Pioneer Park Road shortly. 

Jennifer Ostrowski and her brother Jeremy Ostrowski currently own 10 Arby’s throughout the state, including one also being built in Portage. Around six months ago they began working on bringing Arby’s to the Westfield area. When choosing Westfield as their next location, Jennifer n...

July 10, 2020

MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, as required by state law, released an estimate of the general school aids each public school district will receive for the 2020-21 school year.

Estimated general school aids for 2020-21 total $4.9 billion, representing a $163.5 million (3.5 percent) increase over last year.

At this time, the School District of Montello is estimated to receive $2,531,985 for 2020-2021, up...

July 10, 2020

MADISON – As of July 1, Wisconsin farmers facing increased stress and other challenges can access additional free and confidential counseling resources by contacting the Farm Center at the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP).

As part of a new pilot program, the Farm Center can now connect callers to a 24/7 Farmer Wellness Hotline. The hotline can be reached at 1-888-901-2558. Licensed...

July 10, 2020

Marquette County has been experiencing a large increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in the past few weeks. The County Health Department is listing 31 positive cases as of Tuesday, July 7, up from 13 cases just one week ago and 10 positive cases two weeks ago. Of the 31 positive cases, 9 are listed as recovered and are out of isolation, and one person died. There have been 1,208 negative tests reported here. The He...

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