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Hurricane Ida and the historic flooding it caused in parts of the country left countless vehicles underwater. Now that cleanup is underway, drivers are left to deal... more
Mental-health experts have cautioned suicide risks will remain high in the near future, particularly as the pandemic grinds into an exhaustive second year. more
September is National Preparedness Month! This year’s theme is “Prepare to Protect. Preparing for disasters is protecting everyone you love.” more
During the Labor Day holiday, the Drowning Prevention Coalition (DPC) of Palm Beach County encourages parents, caregivers, pool owners and vacationers to make drowning prevention a top priority. more
7% of all children in the U.S. have had a parent in jail or prison at some time in their lives. more
As we again approach the dog days of summer, no one can argue that it’s been a grueling 17 months, with no “return-to-normal” more
Hendry County will be conducting aerial adult mosquito control operations over the Pioneer Planation and LaDeca Communities more
HENDRY COUNTY- The Hendry Tobacco Free Partnership and Drug Free Hendry County held their Monthly Meeting on August 12, 2021 at the Hendry County Health Department in LaBelle. The meeting was also … more
CLEWISTON - The next meeting of the City of Clewiston Board of Commissioners (BOC) and subsequent budget workshop is scheduled to be held on Monday, Aug. 16 at 5 p.m. at Clewiston City Hall located … more
Tropical Storm Fred is making its way across the Caribbean with wind gusts of over 45 mph as it approaches Florida more
“Idol Across America” will hold open virtual auditions for ‘American Idol’ via Zoom visits in Florida on Friday, Aug. 13. Auditions will be with Custom-built Zoom technology. more
Summer storms can bring torrential rain, high winds, and flooding, wreaking havoc for homeowners and leaving a soggy mess in their wake. more
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast is bringing its “Beyond School Walls” program to Hendry County to kick start the new school year. more
Floridians understand that surviving hurricane season is all about preparation. An important, but often overlooked detail in this process is creating a home inventory. more
 Best Friends Animal Society, a leading national animal welfare organization, is urging the public to consider adopting and fostering now due to a decrease... more
America has a long history of affection for mutts. Two of cinema’s most famous dogs – Spike from “Old Yeller” and Higgins from “Benji” - were mutts adopted from shelters. more
In addition to purchasing school supplies, uniforms, etc., with COVID-19, families, students and teachers will face many new challenges as they return to school this year. more
Children benefit from educational gardening program. more
Hendry County will be conducting aerial adult mosquito control operations over the Pioneer Plantation and LaDeca Communities. Friday, July 23, weather permitting through Sunday, July 25. more
Disaster-preparedness suggestions and tips for putting together a go bag are available from FEMA at ready.gov and from Jehovah’s Witnesses at.... more
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