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Youngsters learn how to administer CPR to their dogs

June 17, 2015 One by one, youngsters breathed into a dog’s nose on a stuffed animal while holding its mouth closed, all while counting one one thousand, two one thousand in an effort to save their pet’s life... more »»

Sundial to host cookbook release, reality update at Nov. 7 event

June 17, 2015 Things continue to heat up for the creator of a popular television show. Craig Chapman returns to Sanibel on Nov. more »»

Exotic orchid blooms on Sanibel

June 17, 2015 Joe Salatino was pleasantly surprised last Wednesday morning when he walked outside and noticed his exotic orchid in bloom for the first time since planting it more than a month ago. more »»

Float For Life event benefits island nonprofit

June 17, 2015 A fun and meaningful event on July 12 will benefit a Sanibel nonprofit. more »»

Website features short films on islander lifestyles

June 17, 2015 Technology continues to entertain and amaze. Sanibel-Captiva. more »»

Updated: Caution urged as workers repair fallen electrical line on Periwinkle

June 16, 2015 Update: Periwinkle between Donax Road and Main Street has re-opened to traffic. Workers remain on-site so continued caution is urge. more »»

Islands Night returns for 22nd annual community celebration

June 10, 2015 A former coach, Sam Bailey would be tickled with the new playground for his annual Islands Night/Sanibel and Captiva in Fort Myers. more »»

Traffic control: Council starts another trek into fighting gridlock

June 10, 2015 By BRIAN WIERIMA bwierima@breezenewspaper. more »»

Sanibel sewer system moves into Phase 4

June 10, 2015 The Sanibel Sewer Expansion Program is moving into Phase Four, which is the last portion to complete, as reported by a GAI associate Steve McDonald, to the Sanibel City Council Tuesday, June 2. more »»

Shell-a-brating life

June 10, 2015 How much time do you have? Because it’d take maybe weeks to sort through Anne Joffe and her stuff, the Sanibel businesswoman whose hoard of sea shells, fossils, sea glass, rocks and mermaid gizmos... more »»

Bobcat kitten rescued from brush fire doing well at CROW

June 5, 2015 SANIBEL - The package of adorableness in the form of a baby bobcat, which was rescued from a brush fire just off of Daniels Parkway May 29, is rehabbing well at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of... more »»

Mayor Ruane throws hat into 2016 Lee County Commissioner race

June 4, 2015 For the last eight years, Sanibel Mayor Kevin Ruane has led the barrier island community in city government and has spearheaded a state-wide push in water quality for Southwest Florid. more »»

Sanibel School talent show, fun activities end the year on June 5

June 3, 2015 Sanibel School dismisses for the summer on June 5. A talent show, swim party, other activities and half days June 3-5 will balance a year of strong progress, school principal Barbara Von Harten sai. more »»

Captiva captures historical memories in street names

June 3, 2015 Starting at the southern end between Blind Pass and the northern portion of Captiva Pass, Captiva island stretches for 14 miles with the Gulf of Mexico and Pine Island Sound bordering its coastline. more »»

CHR’s annual report points to turnaround

June 3, 2015 The annual meeting for the Below Market Rate Housing Review Subcommittee received positive news from the Community Housing and Resources board, regarding the current standing of the program Tuesday,... more »»

Bicycling mishap a rider warning of caution

June 3, 2015 A cyclist has been deemed at fault in a May 22 collision with a motorist. It almost always goes the other way. Some 30 bicyclists have been killed in Lee County since 200. more »»

Islanders part of a trend in faith-based nursing

June 3, 2015 By CRAIG GARRETT The priest or pastor can’t do it alone. more »»

National Shell Museum’s ‘Mollusks in Peril’ 2016 forum will be first of its kind

June 3, 2015 With much attention being generated internationally on Earth’s ever-changing climate and the effects its taking on the biosphere, bringing awareness to the public is a vital job of scientists... more »»

Sanibel student earns second writing award

June 3, 2015 Carson Towle is on a roll. The Sanibel student last month was given a prize for an essay he wrote about his work as a volunteer with FISH of Sanibel-Captiva. more »»



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