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K9 Luna, who was in the back of Okeechobee City Police Officer Jessica Francis' patrol car was uninjured when a Ford F-150 rammed into the car. more
We have all heard of a Jack of all trades, but Tonya Ford might be called a Jill of all trades. more
A Winn Dixie customer found himself being chased around the parking lot with a dead bat (not a baseball bat) after exiting the store Monday night.  more
Dylan Wilkins is a two-time Big Lake Athlete of the Week honoree more
The LaBelle High School weightlifting team competed at the Lake Wales Invitational Meet on March 12 more
A 22-year-old local man was seriously injured last weekend when he ran into a roll of chain link fence in the middle of the highway. more
Thousands of people turned out to “raise some cane” in the World’s Sweetest Town on Saturday, March 19 ... more
The Okeechobee County Fair ended Sunday. The fair included a photography contest, art contest ... more
The Okeechobee County Fair continues on  March 20. The fair opens at noon and admission is $2. more
Habitat for Humanity was on Belle Glade on March 16.  more
It happened again. A year ago, a newly elected city commission found themselves without a city manager ... more
Local veterans were shocked Thursday when they were refused seating at a local restaurant... more
Research shows that literacy is one of the best predictors of a child’s success in both school and life. more
The 15th Annual Okeechobee Family Health and Safety Expo will be a fun-filled, educational day for the entire family. more
“People always say I’m unique,” said the woman standing in a garage filled with cleaning supplies and hygiene products. more
CLEWISTON — Clewiston High School junior Ryland Polhill is this week’s Big Lake Athlete of the Week for her performance with the Lady Tiger varsity softball team. more
Plans for  multi-family housing took another step forward during the March 15 Okeechobee City Council meeting. more
Police Chief Donald Hagan warned everyone about a scam that happened to a local business... more
Our Village's youngest volunteer is hosting a shoe drive to help school children in our community who may need a hand. more
The annual tradition of setting your clocks back one hour in November may be coming to an end soon. more
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