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‘Quiet’ philanthropist will be missed by many

March 16, 2016 Sanibel, Captiva and Greater Lee County have lost a valued member of the community last week. more »»

Panel discusses further research found regarding sewer systems

March 16, 2016 Further research was shared during last week’s Captiva Community Panel meeting of what the sewer committee has gathered from various meetings with representatives and city staff. more »»

‘Octifest’ marks 10 years for Sanibel Sea School

March 9, 2016 This year’s “Octifest” event hosted by the Sanibel Sea School will be much more than its biggest fundraiser of 2016, but it will also act as a big birthday party on the beach. more »»

Expert: Seas rising should cause concern, not panic

March 9, 2016 There are many potential apocalyptic signs which threaten the planet Earth, such as nuclear war, a rogue meteorite or an unstoppable killer virus. more »»

‘Let’s Get Historical’ fundraiser to benefit Sanibel Historical Museum & Village

March 9, 2016 Attendees will have an opportunity to celebrate the past, while dancing and enjoying a sit-down dinner, during the Sanibel Historical Museum & Village’s fundraiser next week. more »»

Debut novelist stops at Sanibel Public Library

March 9, 2016 Although Lindsay Starck wrote numerous stories when she was little, it was not until becoming a grad student that a novel came to fruition after taking a creative journaling class while studying... more »»

Krystal Woo joins CROW’s team

March 9, 2016 Krystal Woo, DVM, began interning at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife Jan. 1 after looking into the program last spring. She will remain an intern until Dec. 3. more »»

Shima restaurant now open at Sundial

March 9, 2016 Islanders now have the opportunity to enjoy a Japanese steakhouse and sushi bar, complete with hibachi grills and Teppanyaki chefs preparing an entertaining, delicious meal right before their eyes. more »»

Long standing business moved to new location

March 9, 2016 A business that has offered a warm welcome to all of its customers, with a great deal of knowledge, for more than 60 years, moved to its fifth location here on the island. more »»

Sanibel student sings and performs his way to Broadway on TAG A Cappella group

March 9, 2016 Mark Sheme of Sanibel maybe considered a rookie on the Cypress Lake A Cappella “TAG” group, but he has provided an experienced edge to help himself and his fellow members earn a trip to the ICHSA... more »»

Mayor coalition meets to review D.C. trip

March 2, 2016 The Mayor coalition from Lee County created to help address the latest water quality issues from the Lake Okeechobee discharges, took their plight to the federal level in Washington D.C. last week. more »»

No quick fix for current water quality problem

March 2, 2016 A reactive message has been sent by the State of Florida and Governor Rick Scott, when they highly recommended to the U.. more »»

Sanibel-Captiva Audubon Society offers Bird Walks every Saturday morning

March 2, 2016 To experience what Sanibel has to offer, one must go out and seek it. That’s exactly what the Sanibel-Captiva Audubon Society Bird Walks offers every Saturday morning, running up to April 9. more »»

Planning Commission approves pair of separate variances for private residents

March 2, 2016 The Sanibel Planning Commission approved two separate sets of variances for private residents in its Feb. 23 meeting. more »»

Dead goliath grouper found in Cape Coral canal

March 2, 2016 A pair of anglers hoping for some catch-and-release snook hooked into something a whole lot bigger last Tuesday morning  — a 400-plus pound fish carcass they wrested into their 13-foot boat to... more »»

Sanibel Shell Festival scheduled for this weekend

March 2, 2016 The love of shelling typically attracts up to 6,000 attendees over the course of three days every year who attend the Sanibel Shell Festival. more »»

Feed The 5000 Now gearing up again, asking for community’s help

March 2, 2016 A couple began an initiative on the island five years ago after witnessing firsthand what it felt like not to eat for three days. more »»

Holocaust survivor shares his experience

March 2, 2016 An afternoon was spent educating those in attendance about the Holocaust Wednesday at BIG ARTS Herb Strauss Theater by survivor Steen Metz and Myra Roberts. more »»

Dedicated volunteers donate countless hours, years at ‘Ding’

March 2, 2016 More than 14,000 hours have been donated at J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge by two dedicated volunteers over a 30 year time span. An annual Volunteer Awards Luncheon was hosted by J.N. more »»

Frances Mayes took audience members on descriptive journey

March 2, 2016 Author Frances Mayes entertained a crowd last week as she serenaded them with her colorful, descriptive words taking them on a journey from Georgia to Tuscany. more »»

 
 

 

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