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Requests for food assistance have increased tremendously over the last few years. more
OKEECHOBEE — A high speed chase involving a juvenile began in Okeechobee and ended in Canal Point. more
When most people hear the word fracking, they either have no idea what it means or they think it means a method for removing gas or oil from the ground. more
In 2005 the OHS Brahman baseball team won the regional championship and advanced to the state tournament more
An Okeechobee woman called 911 after she was stabbed when she drove up to a friend's house. more
A second teen was arrested this week after an investigation into a home invasion which took place in early June.  more
After a lengthy discussion during its meeting, the Construction Industry Licensing Board voted to restrict more
Christine Brennan Bishop is a candidate for the Okeechobee County School Board District 1 seat. more
Leslie Maynor is a candidate for the Okeechobee County School Board District 1 seat. more
Lake Okeechobee’s level remains just under 13 feet above sea level, and no lake releases are planned in the coming months. more
It’s the end of an era at Okeechobee High School as beloved drama teacher Debbie Raulerson leaves Okeechobee. more
Just weeks after she was accused of deliberately running over the president of the Moose Club... more
Veteran Christopher Stephens thought things were going to get better after he had surgery on his shoulder, but instead, they were exponentially worse. more
After doing donuts in a borrowed vehicle a driver lost control and flipped the vehicle over into a ditch. more
During the July 5 meeting of the Okeechobee City Council, Kaylee King, from the Economic Council Development more
An Okeechobee woman was alarmed recently to see U.S. Army Corps of Engineers removing trees from along the rim canal. more
Brennan Eye Care has been a part of the Okeechobee community for many years, beginning with Dr. Pat Brennan... more
Two Okeechobee County School Board seats have been filled now that the deadline to register to seek office has passed. more
The Okeechobee community gathered at the Okeechobee Agri-Civic Center to celebrate Independence Day on July 4. more
“Don’t let social media fool you, fathers are still out here,” said Ja’Quan Bentley Sr. more
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