Human Interest
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OKEECHOBEE – Baby Bottle Boomerang is a simple program, and a great way for kids and people of all ages to get involved in the life-saving ministry of the Pregnancy Center of … more
When it comes to art, there are possibly as many reasons for the creations as there are creators. more
Many of us do not realize the impact our actions have on the people around us. more
When the first pioneers settled along the shores of Lake Worth in the late 1870s, they found a pristine wilderness and assumed... more
With Valentines Day coming up, one of our readers thought an inspiring love story... more
The best way to ensure Gwen King will never give up is to tell her to give up... more
In addition to being a coach and a teacher, Tyrone Smith is a Man of Distinction. more
Our Village Okeechobee and United Against Poverty partnered to offer a mobile market to families in Okeechobee on Jan. 4. more
Emergency-room doctors and nurses often experience the bad times in the lives of their patients and seldom get a chance to hear about... more
Lighthouse Refuge offers programs to counsel women with emotional issues as well as educational skills, programs... more
After a tumultuous 2020, it may be more imperative than ever to strive for physical, mental and emotional balance. more
When 12-year-old Michael Felkins was told by his parents that they were making a quick stop to shop for a pair of pants, he didn't think much of it. But when they pulled into Bass Pro Shop in … more
The Seminole village chieftain Cha-Chi faced a fateful decision on Nov. 7, 1841, one which would... more
After his wife passed away in October, Tony Osceola and his children decided they wanted to try to stay positive... more
“I love the crafts that you used to do,” wrote 5-year-old Claire Corbitt to her local Home Depot store. more
Futch was born with Polycystic Kidney disease — a hereditary disease, and spent many years on dialysis. more
Lois Savicki was born in Pennsylvania but, immediately after she graduated from high school in 1944..... more
This is a real TREAT for our readers during some tricky times. more
According to the National Fire Protection Association, between the years 2013 and 2017, fire departments in the United States responded to an average of 160 home fires that began with Christmas trees each year. more
The Sunshine State has no shortage of spooky tales — ghostly pirates still guarding their treasures, spirits of suicides who haunt... more
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