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The Department of Health - Okeechobee provides the Mental Health Crisis Line for before, during and the storm are listed below... more
On Sept. 14, Republican Club members passed out pocket constitutions to area schools. more
Okeechobee County Advisory on Hurricane Ian more
Alexandra Navarrete from South Florida State College’s Panther Youth Partners program spoke to the Kiwanis Club... more
This is Frank. Frank is wonderful. Could you welcome Frank into your home? You won’t be sorry. more
With 1 out of 9 people experiencing hunger around the world, one local church is making meals to make a difference.  more
Raye Deusinger from the Okeechobee Blood Roundup Spoke to the Kiwanis Club on Sept. 15. more
GAINESVILLE — The Peanut Butter Challenge, an annual jar collection for local food pantries led by UF/IFAS Extension and Florida A&M University (FAMU) Cooperative Extension, celebrates its … more
OKEECHOBEE – A Halloween Extravaganza is planned Oct. 31 at the Okeechobee Agri-Civic Center. more
Glades Electric Cooperative has selected Conexon Connect as a partner to deploy high-speed internet... more
Treasure Coast Food Bank applauds this week’s announcement from the Biden administration... more
From the Archives highlights interesting stories from the over 100 year history of Okeechobee News, many of which have never been online before more
On Sept. 15, Tractor Supply announced the completion of an exciting remodel of the entire store... more
State Farm and the National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®) have teamed up to promote... more
We have a committee that is charged with collecting histories, photos, memorabilia from the churches... more
The American Pickers are excited to return to Florida! They plan to film episodes... more
Horse nutrition, ulcer care and more hot topics provided at the annual UF/IFAS Florida Equine Institute and Allied Trade Show. more
The Okeechobee County Public Library has 146 WiFi Hotspots, which can be checked out like library books. Currently 28 are missing. more
Peter Raulerson Pioneer Day is planned for Oct. 8, 2022. more
The CDC reports motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children in the U.S. more
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