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After countless hours of planning, and then executing, on the part of those who made the 2022 Annual Health and Safety Expo possible... more
After almost 30 years in Okeechobee, Arnold's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center has shut its doors. more
The Child Safety Alarm bill went into effect on Jan. 1, 2022 more
OKEECHOBEE – The plan for the resort arm of Bass Pro to take over the Okee-Tantie Recreation Area is a little nearer to reality. more
LABELLE -- LaBelle Interact Club received the Rotary Zone 34 Interact Citation! This club had 15 different projects... more
The First Seminole Baptist Church of Immokalee is happy to announce that Darren Waller will be present Sunday, May 1. more
On the red carpet for the 2022 NFL Draft, former Okeechobee Brahman Evan Neal was asked about his cowboy boots and if he’d wear them if he gets drafted to somewhere like New … more
Okeechobee High School junior Isabella Derigo and senior B’ellana Schlosser are this week’s Big Lake Athletes of the Week for their performance on the OHS tennis team. more
The Immokalee Foundation held its First Annual CEO Leadership Summit which featured a networking... more
David Joyner is on a quest to bring ARC back to Okeechobee so people like his daughter will have some place to go to learn the skills... more
An additional $15,609,863 for the replacement of Okeechobee High School has been added to Florida House Bill 5001. more
While she sat in jail waiting for her day in court, someone allegedly burglarized her home. more
Two women were arrested last week in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Kyle Smith last September. more
Beginning on July 18, 2022, a new resource becomes available for those experiencing mental health crisis. more
An Okeechobee woman was arrested after reportedly attempting to swindle a local plumbing company out of gas costs. more
After being accused of illegally burying a boat on a vacant lot out on the Prairie, Robert Alan Dias faces multiple charges. more
Ohe Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival has contributed more than $420,000 in donations to local nonprofit organizations in Okeechobee. more
At their April 12 meeting the Okeechobee County School Board approved math books for the upcoming 2022-23 school year. more
A Muck Hall of Fame is proposed to honor the many successful athletes who grew up in the Glades. more
Two retired long-haul truck drivers started a bakery in their Muse kitchen. more
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