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The Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street, in cooperation with Florida Humanities Council, presents “Voices and Votes: more
A traveling Smithsonian exhibit “Voices and Votes: The Story of Democracy in America,” will be in the Okeechobee County Courthouse May 28 to July 12. At the April … more
Outdoor enthusiasts who want to spend several days hiking may soon be able to leave their vehicles overnight ... more
Several proclamations were issued for the month of April. more
The septic-to-sewer project for the southwest section of Okeechobee County will be completed in 2026, more
The agreement between Bass Pro and Okeechobee County has been amended for the eighth time. more
Governor Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill (SB) 1638, Funding for Environmental Resource Management, which provides... more
You would not think it to look at it, but this beautiful new flower shop is at the center of some controversy within the city. more
Automated Waste Management trucks will collect the waste while the driver stays in the vehicle. more
Parades cost the city of Okeechobee between $3,000 and $5,000 no matter how long they are. more
Okeechobee County residents will receive new garbage carts from Waste Management in April ... more
March is National Music in Our Schools Month. more
Mental health and drug rehabilitation services available through the Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network ... more
Septic tanks are not an option for the Lakefront Estates development planned off State Road 78 west of Buckhead Ridge. more
Okeechobee County Commissioners approved a controversial rezoning to allow a mobile home park across the canal from Blue Cypress Golf and Condominium Resort ... more
OKEECHOBEE – The Okeechobee County Board of Commissioners designated Feb. 18-24 as Engineers Week. more
Engineer Steve Dobbs was presented with a proclamation by the city of Okeechobee... more
After all the details are hashed out, some city employees will most likely see an increase in their pay. more
At their Feb. 8 meeting, the Okeechobee County Board of Commissioners presented a proclamation … more
During the Feb. 6 Okeechobee City Council meeting, Okeechobee City Police Lieutenant... more
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