Human Interest
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Geniva would love a family to call her own. She has been staying temporarilly at Okeechobee Animal Control... more
Beautiful Honey has been staying at the Okeechobee Animal Control since November. more
The 30th annual Letter Carrier “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive is Saturday, May 14. more
Hank is a 1-year-old chocolate Lab mix. He is friendly with people and gets along well with other dogs. more
Safire is approximately three years old and needs a loving home. more
After almost 30 years in Okeechobee, Arnold's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center has shut its doors. more
David Joyner is on a quest to bring ARC back to Okeechobee so people like his daughter will have some place to go to learn the skills... more
After a recent bout of COVID-19 which had him hospitalized and then a farm accident, Judge Bill Wallace jokingly took to Facebook wearing a bubble... more
Raye Deusinger, who jokingly calls herself the Vampire Lady, received an unexpected gift from her friends from the Okeechobee Blood Roundup this week. more
The Elad family loves to visit Milking R Dairy, home of Sutton Milk, and of course, ice cream! more
The Convocation of Seminole War Historians was held in Jupiter Apr 1-3... more
The Okeechobee County clerk's office has been collecting books for children in the community. They wish to thank the community for its help. more
Liittle Hannah O'Neal, who began the "Got Sole" shoe drive has challenged Sheriff Noel Stephen to collect at least 100 pairs of shoes ... more
J&S Fish Camp will host a fundraiser for Larry Fresolone, a local man who was injured when his motorcycle hit a roll of chain link fence laying in the middle of the highway. more
Known as the Skateboard Mom to the kids who hang out at the skate park in Okeechobee, Heather Dobbs is not your typical 50-something mother. more
Though outward beauty is a trait of the Whipple sisters; they were also gifted with inward beauty and display it daily. more
“People always say I’m unique,” said the woman standing in a garage filled with cleaning supplies and hygiene products. more
Our Village's youngest volunteer is hosting a shoe drive to help school children in our community who may need a hand. more
Queen Elizabeth was spotted at the BP Gas Station... more
Few things in life are more enjoyable to April L. Martin than taking photos,... more
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