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Making a plea to the readers on Sanibel

November 11, 2015 To the editor: To Whom It May Concern: I’ve had 2 Foreclosure cases a couple years apart Essentially, I bought my home in 2007 via my parents’ company which went out of business. more »»

Water quality awareness event planned for Nov. 8

November 4, 2015 To the editor: People have been standing on top of the FMB bridge everyday for 50 days straight now as a stand for clean water as a basic human right and to raise awareness about the harmful Lake... more »»

More guns mean more violence

November 4, 2015 To the editor: Good people do not need guns. Peace loving people are begging that we stop this now. more »»

A swimming party

October 28, 2015 To the editor: When the two red Sanibel fire trucks pulled in to the parking lot on Wednesday noon [October 14, 12:30 PM], I assumed the Rec Center was on fire. There was no fire. more »»

Guest Commentary: ‘Fracking’ benefits not worth costs

October 28, 2015 High pressure well stimulation is most commonly known as “Frackin. more »»

Is the Chamber of Commerce good for your health?

October 22, 2015 To the editor: Thomas Donohue, Chief Executive of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is an aggressive advocate for big tobacco. . more »»

Guest Commentary: Budget paves the way for a positive Lee County

October 14, 2015 I would like to congratulate the Lee County taxpayers and business owners for living in the best county in the State of Florida! When I was first elected in 2012, Lee County was faced with a $28... more »»

City Council takes on poop

September 30, 2015 The Sanibel City Council approved $15,000 to study coyote scat, a biologist’s jargon for poop. more »»

Captiva Tri a team effort

September 30, 2015 A fellow race director once told me that the reason he began producing triathlons is because almost everyone is a winner. That was never more true than the weekend of Sept. more »»

Guest Commentary: Coastal Cleanup a big help in international pollution problem

September 30, 2015 By Trish Fancher My first International Coastal Cleanup experience as Executive Director of Keep Lee County Beautiful this past Saturday was both inspiring and sad. more »»

I saw you crazy driver

September 16, 2015 To the editor: This letter is for a BMW racing across the causeway one fine Friday morning. more »»

Gov. Rick Scott for vice president on the back of Planned Parenthood?

September 16, 2015 To the editor: What else could have motivated his futile investigation regarding Planned Parenthood’s alleged sale of fetal tissue in Florida, subsequently proven baseless. more »»

The Comedians

September 2, 2015 To the editor: In summertime when there are no Monday night movies, the best acts in town are at city hal. more »»

Comparing Hillary to Nixon

September 2, 2015 To the editor: Just this title alone will make a number of people on both sides upset and furious. more »»

Hypocrisy places goodness in doubt

August 26, 2015 To the editor: Armies of people march and say “Black Lives Matter.”. And other groups are even more forceful when they opine “All Lives matter. more »»

Activists to rally for clean water again

August 19, 2015 To the editor: The Southwest Florida Clean Water Movement will rally again for clean wate. more »»

12 Blind (and Deaf) Mice

August 12, 2015 To the editor, On Monday morning, Aug. 3, 12 members of the city council and the planning commission met to discuss Sanibel’s traffic gridlock. more »»

Guest Commentary: Deer management units, increased antler regulations go statewide

August 5, 2015 By Tony Young Florida Fish and Wildlife In February, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved proposals designed to improve Florida white-tailed deer management at a... more »»

The Progressive Illusion

July 29, 2015 To the editor: Michael Bartley’s letter of July 22, Progressiveness vs not, is a typical liberal revision of history before the fact. more »»

Guest Commentary: Public needs to urge officials to restore health of Everglades, estuaries and water resources

July 29, 2015 Recently, residents in Lee and Collier counties were advised that the smokey smell in the air was a result of a muck fire in the Everglades, which is experiencing historically low water levels. more »»

 
 

 

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