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Festival Foods responds to COVID-19 outbreak

Food retailers have been one of the industries most impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. Festival Foods, headquartered in De Pere, has been adapting to changes in consumer demand, health regulations, supply chain and workforce needs since the pandemic began.  “We know that it is a time of uncertainty and as we’ve all seen, each day READ MORE

Osorio’s delivers margaritas, happiness

On Tuesday, March 17 all Wisconsin bars and restaurant dining rooms were ordered to close by Gov. Tony Evers in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. This has come with a steep learning curve for many Fox Cities restaurants as they adapt their businesses to these new restrictions.  Kimberly Finnell, co-owner of Osorio’s READ MORE

Fox Cities COVID-19 Resources

Posted on Mar. 27, 2020 by Alexa Jones

A Quick Overview: What’s allowed with the Safer at Home order? – Stay at your home or place of residence, practice social distancing and work from home unless engaging in an essential activity– Essential activities are allowed; including grocery shopping, laundry, seeking health care, outdoor activities (no playgrounds, maintain a distance of 6ft from others), READ MORE

Kwik Trip to hire 2,000 employees

Some days I dream of living in the country, a far cry from my current residence one block north of Appleton’s bustling Wisconsin Avenue. During these daydreams, I envision be awoken by only chirping birds, not traffic, and being lulled to sleep by singing crickets, not the revelers congregated in the beer garden at the READ MORE

A COVID-19 Update

To friends of FOX CITIES Magazine: Your health and the health of our community are very important to us.   Based on national, state and local mandates and recommendations for social distancing, schools, businesses, restaurants, retailers and service organizations are currently shut down or are operating with limited hours and services in their efforts to curb READ MORE

Caffeine Fix: Brewed Awakenings

Posted on Jan. 7, 2019 by Kate Youdell

In my first post, I wrote about the merits of Seth’s Coffee and Seth’s Drive Thru, best for when you need coffee in five minutes or less, or if you have a car and feel like venturing off campus. For those of us who don’t have a car and often search for an excuse to READ MORE

Caffeine Fix: Seth’s Coffee and Drive Thru

Posted on Oct. 1, 2018 by Kate Youdell

Like any other exhausted Lawrence student, caffeine makes up about 50 percent of my diet. The other 50 percent is protein bars and the occasional vegetable (sorry, mom). But vegetables can’t help keep you awake when you have two papers due in two days. And they definitely can’t help you when you and your roommate decide READ MORE