Category Archives: Sterling News

Oppold Marina and Other Locations Now Open

Oppold Marina and Other Locations Now Open

On Friday morning the Sterling Park District said they received some very welcome news. The District was given the word that Oppold Marina, Martin’s Landing, the pedestrian bridge and the Hennepin Canal State Trail were all approved to reopen. The district is happy to report they are all open for your enjoyment.Read more »

Ogle and Whiteside County Report Increase in Cases as well as Recoveries

Ogle and Whiteside County Report Increase in Cases as well as Recoveries

The Ogle County Health Department says the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county is now 127.  They reported 6 more cases on Thursday.  The Department also reported three persons have now recovered. The Whiteside County Health Department reported three lab confirmed cases making a county wide total of 88.  The cases include a…Read more »

CGH to Reopen Clinics at Reduced Volume Beginning Friday

CGH to Reopen Clinics at Reduced Volume Beginning Friday

Beginning Friday, May 1, CGH Medical Center will re-open clinics at a reduced volume. While continuing to closely follow IDPH and CDC guidance, careful attention to patient screening, masking, social distancing, intensive cleaning and safety guidelines will be followed. The No Visitor policy continues at ALL locations. Patients are encouraged to bring and wear your…Read more »

Whiteside County Announces Death of 6th Person from COVID-19

Whiteside County Announces Death of 6th Person from COVID-19

The Whiteside County Health Department announced another death linked to complications from COVID-19.  This brings the total to 6 deaths in the county. They also said the total number of positive cases has reached 85.  The three new cases consist of one person in the 20’s, one in their 50’s and another in their 70’s.…Read more »

New COVID-19 Cases Being Found in the Sauk Valley

New COVID-19 Cases Being Found in the Sauk Valley

The Whiteside County Health Department says they have identified 6 more cases of COVID-19.  The persons whose tests came back positive are three in their 30’s, 1 in their 50’s and 2 in their 60’s.  This brings the number of cases in Whiteside County to 82. The Ogle County Health Department reported three more cases…Read more »