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Loggerhead sea turtle being cared for at CROW, passes away

August 10, 2015 The Loggerhead sea turtle which was hit three months ago by a boat propeller, resulting in traumatic injuries to its shell, passed away Sunday at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation for Wildlif. more »»

Sanibel City Council talks about raising beach parking fees

August 7, 2015 The first steps of raising beach parking from $3 an hour to $4 were taken by the Sanibel City Council Tuesday, Aug. . more »»

Sea turtle's arduous recovery at CROW has its costs, but well worth it

August 7, 2015 (This story has been updated, after the Loggerhead sea turtle's passing Aug. 9, see link: www.captivasanibel.com/page/content.detail/id/52669. more »»

Joint traffic management meeting trims list of options

August 6, 2015 The joint meeting between the Sanibel City Council and Planning Commission produced seven focal avenues to be researched to try and alleviate the traffic problems which inflicts the island for about... more »»

Inaugural fishing tourney pits area high schools against each other

August 5, 2015 Fishing tournaments always create friendly competition among the fishermen who partake in them, with bragging rights and cash prizes being the carrots which are sought after. more »»

Colgate inducted into sailing hall

August 5, 2015 Being able to make a nice living which is usually a hobby to most, has given Steve Colgate lifelong experiences normal folk can only dream of. more »»

New Sanibel shop satisfies the sweet tooth

August 5, 2015 There is a new opportunity on Sanibel island to satisfy that sweet tooth which hankers everyone at least once in awhile. more »»

Development permit and variance approved by Sanibel Planning Commission

August 5, 2015 The Sanibel Planning Commission approved a development permit application July 28, to construct an accessory swimming pool and deck which is elevated higher than seven feet above predevelopment grad... more »»

Mobile outreach vehicle will make stop at Shell Museum

August 5, 2015 A 53-foot semi trailer will roll into the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum parking lot later this month to provide a hands-on opportunity for kids to learn about water conservation, Florida... more »»

Stroke victor shares his successes at The Community House

August 5, 2015 Despite the constant rainfall Sunday afternoon, more than 25 individuals attended a launch party at the Community House that shared the message “don’t let barriers get in the way,” after suffering... more »»

Divine learns more, so he can share more with Sanibel visitors

August 5, 2015 There isn’t a statue of limitations on learning, as retired teacher Chuck Divine has proven. more »»

Captiva resident in the running of winning $375,000 grant

August 5, 2015 One Captiva resident is anxiously waiting to hear if his team’s challenge of growing a multifaceted industry around one of the largest bivalves in the world will take home the grand prize of a... more »»

CROW set to launch first ever cookbook

July 29, 2015 BY MEGHAN McCOY mmccoy@breezenewspapers.com A unique fundraising effort that includes the public’s participation of an original idea created by one of CROW’s volunteers is in full swing. more »»

‘Ding’ Darling Amateur Nature Photography Contest under way

July 29, 2015 Ready, set…snap! The “Ding” Darling Days Amateur Nature Photography Contest has bolted out of the starting gates, with the checkered flag being waved Sep. more »»

Council sets rolled-back millage rate

July 29, 2015 The first steps of setting a budget for the City of Sanibel was taken Tuesday by the City Council, after it approved a rolled-back millage rate of 1.9139 for the 2015 tax year. more »»

Council sets rolled-back millage rate

July 29, 2015 The first steps of setting a budget for the City of Sanibel was taken Tuesday by the City Council, after it approved a rolled-back millage rate of 1.9139 for the 2015 tax year. more »»

Islander Trading Post offers the unique in high quantity

July 29, 2015 If you can’t find what you’re looking for inside the Islander Trading Post on Sanibel, you’re not looking hard enough. more »»

Experiencing paradise for the first time

July 29, 2015 Paradise is something which needs to be shared and that's exactly what the crew of Captiva Cruises, in conjunction with the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation, is exactly doing with its "No... more »»

Fresh summer salads, information about eating healthy shared during potluck dinner

July 29, 2015 Community members were treated to an assortment of healthy, fresh summer salads that were made step-by-step last week by the co-owner of The Sanibel Sprout during the monthly potluck dinners at the... more »»

Art exhibit educates community of dangers of human trafficking

July 29, 2015 A special unveiling was held at Phillips Gallery July 22 to showcase canvases created by youth depicting their interpretations of the effects of human traffickin. more »»

 
 

 

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