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Today I thought I would give you all a word of encouragement. With all of the uncertainty in our world there is one thing that is certain. more
There are nearly 300 crops produced in Florida, most of which come in vast array of varieties. more
The Salvation Army would like to thank all Okeechobee Citizens as well as the volunteers... more
The Hendry & Glades County’s Chapter of Marine Toys for Tots has ended its campaign for Christmas 2020 and wishes to thank all its friends... more
This is my 21st year in education and nonprofit management, and crisis is no stranger to any professional in this field. In a pre-pandemic world, our daily efforts faced the realities of every … more
I fully expect every politician to publicly repudiate President Trump’s incitement of a violent riot and insurrection. more
I’m sure I am not the only parent with a child I drive to school myself who has found themselves in a rush to get to work on time since the new COVID protocols... more
Celebrate Raye's 85th birthday by donating blood! more
"Could newspapers regain public trust and earn the support of their communities with ownership committed to community service, editors who facilitate the community’s civil discussion of public issues instead of dominating it, and newsrooms that report the news with purposeful neutrality?" more
In 2020, we learned to transform our backyards and balconies into edible gardens year-round. more
Today is bittersweet as I type my retirement letter from The School District of Palm Beach County more
He came to earth as a baby in Bethlehem... more
Okeechobee County hosts a number of parades each year, and in my opinion, Okeechobee’s annual Lighted Christmas Parade is the always the best. more
Here in Florida, especially in Okeechobee, we tend to think and act like life has pretty much returned to normal, as if COVID-19 is a thing of the past. more
Last week the City made an attempt to ban the public from attending the annual lighting of the Christmas tree that was paid for with their tax dollars. I commend the citizens of Okeechobee for … more
Steve Wieland was the love of Debbie Wieland's life and he lost his life to COVID-10 on Dec. 2. more
We are rich in talent and must share it with our youth so that it gives them hope... more
His injuries included a dislocated shoulder, a collapsed lung ... more
The public did not see or hear (the Pahokee City Commission’s) meeting from the time Everett was asking about the CM (city manager’s) contract... more
Forty percent of Americans — and a whopping 75 percent of young adults — are struggling with a mental health issue or drug-related problem... more
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