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Summer Camp at the Okeechobee Main Street Art Center is coming soon. Summer classes foster the freedom of exploration … more
AJ Attavar has joined the board of directors for the Immokalee Fair Housing Alliance... more
Kits by Carla, 3810 Fort Denaud Road in LaBelle, will host the Airing of the Quilts to be displayed on Sunday, April 30... more
A free workshop for survivors of sexual assault will be held on Saturday, May 13... more
The Clewiston Police Department will be hosting its "Coffee with the Chief" event on Thursday, May 25, at the Clewiston Police ... more
The Kiwanis Club of Okeechobee held its annual Baby Shower to support the Pregnancy Center of Okeechobee. more
The American Legion, 501 SE Second Street, will host the Deandre Futch Quarters for a Cause on Tuesday, May 2... more
Books for Collier Kids (BCK), a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a steady stream of new books to children in low-income... more
Average gasoline prices in Florida have risen 15.9 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.69/gallon today (April 24)... more
Many people leave expired or unneeded medications in their medicine cabinets. These substances can cause serious health problems, including drug overdose, if they fall into the wrong hands. … more
While school is out this summer, and food costs are expected to continue to squeeze household budgets, more families... more
The Okeechobee Historical Society invites the community to attend its “Sneak Peek Open House”... more
HCA Florida Raulerson Hospital hosted its second We Show Up for Our Communities service project... more
The Republican Club of Lake Okeechobee will be hosting a meet and greet on Sunday, April 30... more
A plea for financial assistance from county officials for help paying for the upcoming Brown Sugar Festival in Clewiston resulted ... more
The festival included tours of the historic home, musical entertainment, … more
Glades Lives Matter Executive Director Lavita Holmes updated the Hendry County commission meeting during its regular meeting ... more
Sunday, April 16, is the official reveal of THE FACE OF IMMOKALEE... more
The Winn-Dixie store in Immokalee recently partnered with Lipman Family Farms to raise funds... more
Florida SouthWestern State College History Professor Brandon Jett has published his second book, this time about a culture of violence in the state of Texas. more
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