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It was a normal Wednesday when 8-year-old Claire came up with her plan to take over her school — one class at a time. more
Okeechobee residents turned out in great number for the annual tree-lighting ceremony in City Hall Park. more
Okeechobee Main Street Arts & Culture Alliance (ACA) experienced a great loss with the departure of Bridgette Waldau this week. more
We have many heroes in Okeechobee, and for the fifth year in a row... more
Artists come in all shapes, sizes and even ages. more
People collect many different things ranging from coins to stamps to cookie jars. J more
With all the support animals turning up in public places in recent years, restaurant owners find themselves with a dilemma. more
A new martial arts dojo opened recently in Okeechobee, and this one is a ministry. more
Nine-year-old Ella Vinson was seriously injured in a car accident on Sept. 1. more
The Florida Lottery has announced that a lottery ticket worth $3.75 million was sold at the Town Star gas station on SR 70 West in Okeechobee. more
Alexandra Davis began drawing when she was a child. more
An Okeechobee teen spent her summer in Africa this year, helping with vision and general health care concerns. more
Each summer, Florida teens flock to the University of Florida to participate in 4-H University. more
A heat wave can be miserable, or it can be wonderful. For one Okeechobee teen, it was the latter. more
On July 25,  Okeechobee Girl Scout Troop 60300 visited Jupiter inlet beach to earn their Water Safety Patch. more
Okeechobee Mainstreet (OKMS) welcomed a new executive director last month. … more
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Glades Electric Cooperative announced it has secured more than $10,500,000... more
A dream came true for Lillian “Lilly” Mobley, an 11-year-old ballerina from Okeechobee... more
A Moore Haven man decided he wanted to celebrate his 80th birthday with a bang... more
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