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PROPHETSTOWN FIRE | THE RECOVERY
Fundraiser collects $21,000 Tampico duo raises money for victims with T-shirt sales BY MATT MENCARINI email@example.com 800-798-4085, ext. 529
PROPHETSTOWN – On the back table of the Prophetstown Main Street office lay 17 checks. And just across the street, construction crews were filling in a hole where one of eight downtown buildings destroyed by fire once stood. By 9:50 a.m. Monday, five of those checks had been picked up by victims of the July 15 fire who lost their home, business or property. This round of checks was the result of
T-shirts sold by Kate Fisk and Jamie Mosher – about 2,300 T-shirts raised $21,000. Prophetstown has a population of less than 2,100. Fisk and Mosher sold the T-shirts through a Facebook page. They ordered 2,100 to start, but expected to sell only 50 or so. By the second day, they said, the sale had taken off. The weekend after the Monday fire, they had sold 1,000. One of those T-shirts was sent to Korea, to a former foreign exchange student who went to school with Fisk during the 200607 school year. She found out about the Philip Marruffofirstname.lastname@example.org fire and the fundraiser through Facebook, Larry DeNeve, Prophetstown Main Street the only promoting that Fisk and Mosher economic development chairman, disdid. cusses a plan for future development at FUNDRAISER CONTINUED ON A3 the fire site.
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Uninsured can begin enrollment Agencies say they are ready to help BY DAVID GIULIANI email@example.com 800-798-4085, ext. 525
You might have heard the debates over Obamacare – the politics, the shouting, the lastminute deadlines. Today, the Affordable Care Act takes flight, unless by some political miracle, congressional Republicans repeal it. The health departments for Whiteside and Lee counties now have counselors in place to help the uninsured navigate the new marketplace for health care insurance. Starting today, people can look at their insurance options at healthcare.gov as part of the Affordable Care Act. In recent months, the federal government has scrambled to get ready for the launch of Obamacare. Much of the preparation has gone down to the wire: County health departments were expecting to get outreach materials from the federal government on Monday, one day ahead of the launch. And counselors received state and federal training only in the past few weeks. Beth Fiorini, public health administrator for the Whiteside County Health Department, said her agency has already received about 40 inquiries about the Affordable ENROLLMENT CONTINUED ON A3
Val Schweiss, CGH Digestive Health director, stands in the new Digestive Health Center Monday. CGH will show off the building at an open house from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. today.
Hospital focuses on comfort New digestive center unveiled BY MATT MENCARINI firstname.lastname@example.org 800-798-4085, ext. 529
STERLING – When the first patients are treated at CGH Medical Center’s new Digestive Health Center on Saturday, not all of the improvements will be visible. The $2.5 million project, which took nearly a year to complete, was done with the overall patient experience and privacy in mind, said Val Schweiss, director of the Digestive Health Center. “One of the things I hold dear is privacy,” she said. “It’s not always comfortable for people to be seen here. ... Privacy was a big deal.” CGH will have a ribboncutting for the new Digestive Health Center and an open house today. There will
For more coverage Go to www.SaukValley. com to see a video tour of CGH Medical Center’s new Digestive Health Center. also be a groundbreaking ceremony for the $8 million emergency room renovation. The new facility was built, in part, for additional space. The old facility saw about 3,300 patients last year, who averaged 3 hours from arrival to departure. The new facility was designed to shorten that time, by creating a more efficient layout, Schweiss said. The first change patients and their families see at the Digestive Health Center will be a dedicated waiting room, which will have a TV and a complimentary hospitality cart, with some food and beverages. Without a waiting room dedicated for the Digestive Health Center, patients often waited in the cafeteria, the
emergency room or the main lobby, and were notified a doctor was ready to see them by a pager, similar to those at a restaurant, Schweiss said. The new entrance is across the hall from the waiting room. To get into the center, non-medical staff have to ring a bell, and the nurses on the inside can use a camera to see who’s at the door. Inside the center there are nine bays, an increase from the eight in the old center, which was built 18 years ago with six. Two additional bays were added in the last few years, Schweiss said. As a result, Schweiss said she came up with a color scheme and design – blue and tan with prairie grass imagery – to keep the patients comfortable. The new Digestive Health Center has a different feel and look than the rest of the medical center. HOSPITAL CONTINUED ON A5
Emergency room renovation The $8 million CGH Emergency Department renovation and expansion of the space that was built in 1992, will take between 15 and 18 months to complete, said Dr. Paul Steinke, the hospital’s president and CEO. The emergency room has been upgraded with new equipment over the years. It was built to service 14,000 visitors a year, but last year saw approximately 29,000 patients, Steinke said. The work will be done in three phases, with the emergency room entrance moving to the hospital’s east entrance for the second phase. The emergency center will be operational in its current location during the renovations, Steinke said.
GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN | LOCAL IMPACT
Some offices expected to close doors BY DAVID GIULIANI email@example.com 800-798-4085, ext. 525
The Social Security office in Sterling was open Monday. A handful of people were there late morning. Sizable photos of President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden hung on the wall. A security guard greeted a reporter walking into the office along East Lincolnway. The reporter asked whether the office would be open today if the government shuts down. He didn’t know, so he asked a supervisor. The supervisor emerged from her office and referred the reporter to an agency spokeswoman in Chicago, who couldn’t be reached for comment. OFFICES CONTINUED ON A4
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DIXON â€“ A Dixon man was arrested in Rockford Monday in connection with an ongoing drug investigation conducted by local police along with Blackhawk Area Task Force. Justin E. Justin E. Epps Epps, 28, was taken into custody by Dixon Police at about 11:30 a.m. after a tip that a particular vehicle would be traveling from Dixon to Rockford to buy heroin. Dixon Police and task force officers located the vehicle, and Epps was an occupant. Police say that earlier Epps had been seen talking to an unknown person at a car wash on Rockfordâ€™s northwest side. A short time later,
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Epps was arrested near the Rockford Police Department. At the time of the arrest, police say they found less than 1 gram of heroin and less than one gram of cocaine on Epps. Epps was charged with two counts of unlawful possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, and one count each of criminal drug conspiracy and unlawful possession of a controlled substance. He was brought back to Dixon and turned over to Lee County Jail, awaiting bond. Dixon Police remind citizens with information about any crimes to contact Dixon Police Department at 815-2884411, or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-228-4488. Callers can remain anonymous and are eligible for rewards of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest.
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