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The Women of the Moose Chapter 956 Collegian Nancy Silverio and Leon Brady donated backpacks... more
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
OKEECHOBEE -- Enrollment for the new 4-H year is officially open! more
In a video message posted online, Kathy Selby, director of emergency services at Raulerson Hospital, says the COVID-19 pandemic in Okeechobee is the worst it’s ever been. more
The Benevolent and Protective order of the Elks, Lake Okeechobee Lodge #2871 will be hosting a meeting on Aug. 25. more
Bruno is a super sweet boy. He’s white with black spots and has a ton of love to share. Bruno gets along well with other dogs and loves people. more
Tropical Storm Fred is making its way across the Caribbean with wind gusts of over 45 mph as it approaches Florida more
In the last seven days, Okeechobee has had 212 COVID-19 cases, up 39% from the previous week. more
OKEECHOBEE -- This summer, the Okeechobee Extension Office hosted a special camp for youth ages 8-18... more
On July 31, Becky Driscoll caught sunset lightning on Lake Okeechobee. more
OKEECHOBEE- The border between Canada and the United States just reopened, but only in one direction. And there are some requirements travelers must meet. 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
On Aug. 5, Secretary of State Laurel M. Lee recognizes this year’s nationally accredited and affiliate Florida Main Street programs. 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
Come meet Brisket at Trail of Hope Animal Rescue today and find out if he will be the newest member of your family! more
Okeechobee County now has an AvGas truck at the airport 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
FCA Minister of Football Director of the Treasure Coast Caleb Cornett (right) pictured with Okeechobee County Sheriff Noel Stephen. more
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