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Whole gator cook-offs are certainly a fun and unique way to celebrate Florida’s rich history. more
What’s the best plan for outflows from Lake Okeechobee, to the east, west and south? more
At the Hendry County Courthouse, on the evening of Tuesday, Nov. 17, the Honorable James D. Sloan swore in the new District 4 commissioner... more
Hendry County names Golden Apple Teachers of the Year. more
On November 16, Capital Wealth Advisors, 15 community partners and 100 volunteers gathered to assemble more than 2,000 Hope for the Holidays meal boxes... more
When you think of LaBelle you think of a quiet, small community, but development and growth are happening here every day. more
As Thanksgiving approaches, many wonder what the holiday will look like this year with COVID-19 surges across the country. more
Palm Beach State College officials have responded to queries about theater director's furlough. more
The Hendry County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) congratulated Deputy Shaqwan George... more
Canadian Public Safety Minister Bill Blair has announced that the border between the United States and Canada would remain closed... more
On Friday, Nov. 6, 2020, members of the Hendry County Sheriff’s Office wished 20 year employee Marlene Conyers a Happy Retirement! more
Florida’s COVID-19 trends show decreasing hospitalizations. The Florida Department of Health continues to encourage residents to use precautions. more
Remember to turn back your clocks. Daylight Savings Time ends Sunday. Nov. 1 more
Lake Okeechobee releases to the St. Lucie River and the Caloosahatchee River will continue this week, but they could end soon. more
The Talkin’ Monkeys Project outside of Clewiston houses African and Asian wild primates in its small research zoo-like setting... more
Cloud cover has made it difficult for the NOAA to get a usable satellite image of Lake Okeechobee in order to postulate algae potential. more
The lake’s ecosystem needs natural lows — but not too low — in the dry season and natural high levels — but not too high — in the wet season. more
To show his appreciation for the support from throughout the community, Jeff Campbell of is doing free bicycle and helmet giveaways for local children. more
LAKE OKEECHOBEE — Expect releases from Lake Okeechobee to the coastal estuaries to start early next week. more
According to Harry Chapin’s research, “Hendry County has a population of 39,064 with an overall food-insecure population of 5,130 — of that group, 2,500 are children.” more
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