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Clyde James “Jim” Wright was known to everyone as Clyde growing up in Jacksonville. more
This Saturday, April 6, Southeast Florida Honor Flight volunteers will be escorting a full load of veterans... more
Approximately 50 Vietnam veterans and their spouses were treated to a breakfast smorgasbord Friday in honor of National Vietnam War Veterans' Day. more
Hendry County Veteran’s Service Officer Myra Johnson told the Hendry County Commission ... more
The Okeechobee County Commission welcomed new Veterans Services Officer Paul Hiott at their March 28 meeting. more
SWFL Honor Flight’s mission is to “Safely transport Veterans to Washington DC to be honored... more
Ancient Oaks RV Resort Condominium held their annual Golf Cart Rally and spaghetti lunch to honor their veterans... more
During the two volunteer days, veterans enrolled in the Home Base Florida Adventure Series... more
Wreaths Across America (WAA), the national nonprofit whose year-long mission... more
OKEECHOBEE — Once again, vandals have struck Veterans’ Square Park. more
Okeechobee 4-H County Council honored veterans Wednesday morning at Gladys' Restaurant... more
Monday evening, Dec. 18, our friends Miss Knightly, Momma Stephanie, and their little ones... more
Wreaths Across America would like to thank the communities, dedicated volunteers... more
"This is another reason why we can't have nice things," said veteran Gregg Maynard after discovering damage to the Huey helicopter in the park. more
Friday at the Okeechobee Christian Academy, Sheriff Noel Stephen was joined by Mr. Greg Maynard and Ms. Timmie Oldiges from Wreaths Across America... more
For nearly 40 years American Legion Post 130 has been offering Christmas ... more
The Okeechobee community honored area veterans on Nov. 11 with a special service at the Veterans Memorial in Flagler Park. more
Area buildings are lit up in green to show support for veterans ... more
Area buildings are lit up in green to show support for veterans ... more
In honor of Veterans Day, banners on display in downtown Okeechobee recognize Okeechobee Hometown Heroes. more
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