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The city council approved a request to place signs in the park for graduating seniors. more
On March 12, the Internal Revenue Service announced that the third round of Economic Impact Payments will begin reaching Americans over the next week... more
The Okeechobee County Board of County Commission is pleased to announce Ms. Deborah Manzo as the new county administrator... more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers takes public comment on cutoff wall planned for 8.5 square mile area more
OKEECHOBEE -- Updates on COVID-19 vaccinations,  the county budget and the jail expansion project are on the agenda more
City council will soon hold a town hall meeting and candidate forum. more
A bill to make Daylight Savings Time year-round was introduced again. more
OKEECHOBEE  -- The Okeechobee County Board of Commissioners will interview four applicants for the county administrator position on Thursday, March 4. Deborah Manzo is scheduled for 9 … more
WOKC will be broadcasting the town hall meeting and candidate forum live. more
OKEECHOBEE – Okeechobee County code that prohibits the use of shipping containers on residential properties will continue more
Okeechobee County Commissioners appointed some new members to county boards on Thursday more
The IRS urges taxpayers whose identities may have been used by thieves to steal unemployment benefits to file a tax return In 2020, millions of … more
Lisa Feltenberger is running for city council. more
After a short sabbatical from politics, Noel Chandler has decided to run for city council. more
Okeechobee native Beth Lehman decided it was time to do her part for the town she loves so much. more
After his retirement, David McAuley decided it was time to give back to the community. more
During its Feb. 16 meeting, the council discussed the next town hall meeting. more
The Okeechobee County Code Enforcement Special Magistrate Hearing scheduled for Feb. 16 has been canceled more
OKEECHOBEE -- The Okeechobee County Code Enforcement Special Magistrate Hearing scheduled for Feb. 16 has been canceled. more
While they agreed water conservation is important, Okeechobee County Commissioners are not ready to fine homeowners. more
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