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Kewanee Schools to Return to Hybrid Schedule on Monday December 7th
Four More COVID-19 Deaths in Henry and Stark County Thursday
OSF Healthcare to Use Newly Approved COVID-19 Treatment BAM
IL Clinics Prepare for More Patients if Roe v. Wade is Overturned
Time Running Out to Get a Medicare Prescription Check Up at the Henry County Senior Center
Henry and Stark County Relay for Life Teams Raise More than $5000.00
Latest COVID-19 Numbers from the Henry and Stark County Health Department
Colona Police Warning Residents About Senior Phone Scams
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Henry And Stark County Health Department COVID News Update
The Henry and Stark County Health Department released new COVID-19 numbers on Thursday afternoon, following the announcement of these four deaths. By the latest numbers, there are now 2,861 confirmed positive or probable cases of COVID-19 Henry County while Stark County has now topped 300 cases, a total of 304 confirmed positive or probable cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic. The latest seven-day rolling test positivity rate is 17% for Henry County and 17.1% for Stark County.
Review of 2020 at Sauk Valley Community College
A Tale from Happy Tails
Cassandra Schmoll Henry County Senior Center
What's Happening in Morrison
A Holiday Wish from a Genie
Jim Argo And Vanessa Hoffeditz - Princeton Lions Drive - By Parade
Longtime Lion Jim Argo and Bureau County Food Pantry Director Vanessa Hoffeditzwere on Wake Up Princeton on WZOE and said the parade is free but they encourage you to bring a non-perishable food item or paper products to be collected and donated to the food pantry.
Santa will be at the parade to wish a Merry Christmas to all and kids will receive a goodie bag.
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