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Published by TCPalm, May 6, 2020 By Cheryl Smith There’s a new battle brewing in the ongoing fight over Lake Okeechobee’s water level. Everglades area farmers, burgeoning South Florida communities and the Miccosukee tribe are among those who want to keep the lake high in the dry season, essentially creating a reservoir to meet their ever-increasing water demands....

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Published by WINK TV, May 4, 2020 Reporter: Stephanie Byrne Writer: Jackie Winchester The waters off the Southwest Florida coast these days are picture-perfect, just in time for people heading back to the beaches. “The best time of year to get in the water and dive in Southwest Florida is this time,” said Capt. Bill...

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Lake O water levels down following driest March in several decades. Published by Wink News April 15, 2020 6:26 PM EDT Reporter: Stephanie Byrne Writer: Briana Harvath Lake Okeechobee’s water levels are down following the driest March in the past several decades. So what does that mean for our water supply? “We’re nervous because March...