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SCA details future plans at annual meeting

May 6, 2015 Members of the Sanibel Community Association gathered at the Community House recently for the organization’s Annual Meeting, marking SCA’s 88th year operating the Sanibel Community House on... more »»

Bleu Rendez Vous offers unique ethnic food for Sanibel

May 6, 2015 The new French Bistro on Sanibel, the “Bleu Rendez Vous”, will offer the best of both worlds in the form of cuisine and service. And it started Tuesday with their May 5 opening. more »»

Sanibel principal receives state award for leadership

May 6, 2015 Sanibel School principal Barbara Von Harten has achieved the Principal Achievement Award for Outstanding Leadership for the 2014-15 school year. more »»

Demanding action

May 6, 2015 Water quality is critical in the islands. That message prevailed April 29 during a post Earth Day celebration at the Jensen’s Marina on Captiva. more »»

Gardens transformation provides peace and tranquility at Casa Mariposa

May 6, 2015 What was once described as a jungle crowding the rotunda area at the Casa Mariposa complex just off of Periwinkle Way, can now be looked upon as a peaceful and beautiful piece of work. more »»

Kayak tours offered by Island Seniors give opportunity to see rare island sites

May 6, 2015 There are many locations on Sanibel in which are inaccessible to people, unless those said people are equipped with a kayak. more »»

Silver King tourney returns, global anglers hooked

April 30, 2015 Only in its fourth season, a Sanibel-based tarpon tournament has caught fire with anglers. more »»

Edge of stardom

April 30, 2015 The way things are moving, Henry Crater won’t be a Sanibel secret for much longe. more »»

Film examines four decades of historic Sanibel church

April 30, 2015 An interesting slice of the history of St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church was explained in an April 20 film. more »»

Captiva ceremony recognizes islander’s sacrifice

April 30, 2015 Karel Aster’s long life came full circle April 23 in Captiva. A native Czechoslovakian, Mr. Aster was captured and held in a Japanese war camp. more »»

Prescribed burns promote healthy growth on Sanibel

April 30, 2015 “Out with the old, in with the new.” Prescribed burn season will officially get underway on Sanibel coming within the next month or so, depending on what the weather has to say about it. more »»

City terminates finance employee

April 30, 2015 City of Sanibel accounts payable supervisor Frances Slane was terminated from her job  on April 17 after she received a letter of notice of termination earlier in the week citing alleged infractions... more »»

CROW takes in osprey and Loggerhead patients

April 30, 2015 Two new patients arrived in “grave” condition at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation for Wildlife (CROW) on Sanibel during the week of April 20-25. more »»

National Shell Museum’s numbers up after busy season

April 30, 2015 With an influx of record number highs of guests visiting Sanibel through the first quarter of 2015, there were plenty of businesses and island attractions which have been reaping the benefits. more »»

Sea School seeking to raise funds to add paddle boards into their arsenal of exploration

April 30, 2015 Once a youth is introduced to the Sanibel Sea School and the fun it offers, they are hooked for a long time. more »»

Birthday bash honors pets, proceeds to benefit Fort Myers shelter

April 22, 2015 It began with an anonymous donation handed out of a car window. Eleven years later the Lily & Co. more »»

Foodie event to benefit homeless

April 22, 2015 An April 25 benefit in Sanibel will help feed the homeless in Fort Myers. more »»

Reddish egret study continues at ‘Ding’

April 22, 2015 It’s unusual and beautiful. And it also appears to be losing ground in the quest to flourish. more »»

Saving screech owls on Sanibel

April 22, 2015 When Sanibel resident Doris Hardy put up a screech owl house near her lanai a couple of years ago, she didn’t realize it would lead to a movement of saving the small-feathered bird. more »»

Record cold in north drives boom here

April 22, 2015 After another winter which blasted snowfall and windchill records, not everyone is feeling the misery of what such weather can bring. In fact, there are quite a few in the category of “very happy. more »»

 
 

 

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