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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
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
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
Glades County is happy to announce that they have a new Librarian Director Iris Perkins. She is a lifelong resident of Glades County and currently resides in Moore Haven. more
All of the children who were in the summer program received a backpack at the end of the Family Fun Day. 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
A precautionary boil water notice has been issued to the following areas due to an emergency water line repair more
During the Florida Supervisor of Elections conference held in Tampa in June, Supervisor Aletris Farnam of Glades County received a $1,200 scholarship on behalf of Maricela Rubio. more
The Ortona Community Association’s (OCA) Family Fun Day, was held on Saturday, July 24, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Ortona Community Center, 2086 Ortona Locks Road. Festivities included an … 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
Disaster-preparedness suggestions and tips for putting together a go bag are available from FEMA at and from Jehovah’s Witnesses at.... more
Latest research shows that two-thirds of people plan to travel this year and 50% of them will use public Wi-Fi... more
The Florida Cracker Trail Ride stopped at the historic Edna Pearce Lockett Estate on the Kissimmee River on Feb. 18.   more
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