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Steve Weikert is one of three candidates for sheriff in Okeechobee. more
With nearly 40 years of experience with the Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office, Noel Stephen believes he is in a unique position... more
Stressing his experience with management and with law enforcement, Jon Folbrecht believes he is the best choice for sheriff of Okeechobee County. more
OKEECHOBEE -- Several local races will be on the ballot in the August Primary Election in Okeechobee County. more
Most local Glades County political races will be decided in the August primary, according to Supervisor... more
Consumers can purchase qualifying back-to-school supplies exempt from tax during the 2024 Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday. more
The Okeechobee County Code Enforcement Special Magistrate will hear the following cases on July 1... more
You’re invited to a free event to meet the candidates in Hendry County at the Pioneer Plantation... more
The deadline to register to vote or to change political party registration for the August Primary Election is July 22. more
The deadline to register to vote or to change political party registration for the August Primary Election is July 22. more
Hendry County  candidates who will be on the Aug. 20 Primary Ballot include ... more
A moratorium on water storage projects in Glades County was tabled amid questions of potential legal challenges. more
Should Glades County Commissioners be elected by all the voters in the county or only those who live in their district? more
Court-ordered drug testing will cost Okeechobee County  $40,000 in the next fiscal year … more
OKEECHOBEE -- Waste Management (WM) has started delivering the new garbage carts to Okeechobee County customers. more
The Okeechobee County Commission honored Debbie Conroy on her retirement on July 11. more
On July 1 a wide range of new laws officially took effect in Florida. From regulating the use of AI in political campaign ads to giving recent mothers a way out of jury duty more
On July 1 a slew of new laws took effect in Florida, but for victims and survivors of the Okeechobee School for Boys, one law stands out above all the rest. more
Roughly a third of Florida’s land is currently in agriculture, but development and, to a much lesser... more
The Clewiston Chamber of Commerce is hosting the following candidate forums for the ... more
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