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OKEECHOBEE -- Since the Okee-Tantie Recreation Area campground closed, it's not as busy as it once was, but many community residents use the boat ramps there, launch airboats and fish from the … more
GLADES COUNTY -- The new Glades County Economic Development Council’s Executive Director Rosemary Fllori is focused on bringing new businesses to the county. more
MOORE HAVEN -- Working to make Glades County a destination spot in Florida is the goal of Susan Whidden, the new Glades County Tourism Development Council’s executive director. Those who … more
Despite rumors to the contrary, former Hollywood stuntman Gordie Peer is alive. more
Nobody ever said family life was a breeze ... yet few are prepared for the gale force impact that hurricanes can pack… more
Several months ago, UltimateFlags.com received a request from a Marine... more
HENDRY COUNTY- This past week, Prolific Learning Corp. Summer Work Program participants, participated in a four day Work Readiness training. more
The program aims to impress upon young minds that work is good, necessary and will provide financial sustainability more
Sonia recently tied the knot with Mike Spencer, and they now co-own the shop together. more
On a wing and a prayer, a couple in their 70s flew from sea to shining sea in a 70-year-old airplane. more
This new vegan micro bakery sold 60 slices and 30 bags of their locally famous crusties less than an hour. more
OKEECHOBEE – If you’re in the market for some puppy love, check out the Trail of Hope rescue in Okeechobee. more
Termites cause $5 billion a year in damage to structures across America more
A few miles southeast of Lake City, a 439-acre pristine sandhill ecosystem thrives. more
A team of scientists is embarking on a two-year project to forecast how invasive species might roam beyond Florida more
A team of scientists from the University of Florida and elsewhere hopes to restore a polluted estuary in north Florida... more
University of Florida researchers have teamed up with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission more
On Feb. 25, the Florida Forest Service announced the launch of a wildfire prevention initiative aimed at educating residents more
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, this year’s Alzheimer’s “Rally in Tally” – March 9-11 – will be in a virtual format more
FWC approves staff recommendations to create new rules to address the importation, breeding and possession of high-risk invasive reptiles. more
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