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The Secretarial disaster declaration names Collier, Hendry, Lee, and Miami-Dade Counties as primary disaster areas, as well as Glades... more
Karin Ammons spoke to the Kiwanis Club of Okeechobee recently about the Okeechobee Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program. more
OFC student Lilly Mazwell is crowned Miss American Legion 2021. more
On Tuesday, Feb. 16, the Okeechobee 4H County Council/Junior Leaders club filled gift bags for the senior citizens... more
The South Florida Red Cross launched its ‘Be Red Cross Ready’ preparedness classes virtually. more
Social work – particularly the work of dependency case managers and child protective investigators – is hard. more
First, it means that more relatives can receive the types of services that have been available to licensed foster parents for years. more
The annual Florida Cracker Trail Ride visited the historic Edna Pearce Lockett Estate on the Kissimmee River. more
The Florida Cracker Trail Ride stopped at the historic Edna Pearce Lockett Estate on the Kissimmee River on Feb. 18.   more
Summer Activity Mini-grants are available for Okeechobee County children ages 0-18 and forms are now available by emailing or pick forms up at the address provided below... more
The 2021 American Legion Auxiliary Chili contest winner is Douglas Carlstrom and runner up is Todd Carlstrom. more
Work on the roundabout on U.S. 441 S.E. at Southeast 18th Terrace had traffic backed up in both directions more
The American Legion Fair concludes this weekend in Okeechobee... more
While they agreed water conservation is important, Okeechobee County Commissioners are not ready to fine homeowners. more
A 110-mile prayer walk around Lake Okeechobee passed through the Lock 7 Recreation Area on Feb. 8. more
The city of Okeechobee has partnered with FPL to install EV charging stations. more
The Florida Cracker Trail Association is a non-profit organization of volunteers . more
The Okeechobee County Clerk of Court will host Operation Green Light to help customers save money on overdue court obligations and get back on the road. more
Donations of blood has dropped more than 20% since COVID began. Shortages are frequent at many hospitals. more
A local doctor was seriously stricken with COVID-19 and spent time on a ventilator. more
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