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Pfeifer welcomes Les Boyle and Sandy Boyle

August 11, 2014 Sandy Boyle grew up in Indiana and after attending Indiana State University she joined a large transportation company where she specialized in accounting and bookkeeping. more »»

 
 
 
Sanibel pilot's hobby is no flight of fancy

August 6, 2014 Eden Roshberg may be Sanibel's youngest secret. more »»

Sanibel museum ends its 30th season on Aug. 2

August 1, 2014 What better place to recognize a day of significance than the Sanibel Historical Museum & Village. The village that closes for a couple of months on Aug. 2 is concluding its thirtieth season. more »»

Sanibel artist noted for whimsy is getting popular

August 1, 2014 A Sanibel artist is gaining traction in a sometimes difficult and very competitive market. David Ruhe in Sanibel alone has sold some 30 original paintings, many others in Florida and the US. more »»

Hipschman appointed to Visit Florida committee

August 1, 2014 Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum Executive Director Dorrie Hipschman has been appointed to Visit Florida's Cultural, Heritage, Rural and Nature committee. more »»

Reflective tape ordered on towers over 75 feet

August 1, 2014 It's going to be a little safer for pilots working close to the ground in mosquito patrols, airlifting medical emergencies and covering the beat in television news. more »»

White plans book tour kick off at Sanibel Doc Ford's

August 1, 2014 Sanibel author Randy Wayne White is releasing his new book "Haunted" on Aug. 19, with early book signings planned at the Sanibel Doc Ford's Aug. 17-18. more »»

Not all islanders happy with dark-sky extension

August 1, 2014 As Sanibel re-configures an important ordinance, one upset resident is telling the city enough is enough. And Karen Storjohann said she is not alone in her frustratio. more »»

Record tourist tax a sign of continued recovery

August 1, 2014 Things are continuing to improve in Lee County, with tourist tax collections up in record numbers from previous years. The so-called bed tax in May was up nearly 17 percent from 2013. more »»

Sanibel volunteer is an "angel" to island groups

July 24, 2014 Fishing pole? Nope. Golf club? Nope. Not enough time for any interest outside of volunteerism for Jerry Edelman. more »»

Fort Myers on track with help of Captiva businessman

July 23, 2014 Downtown Fort Myers is a few square blocks of restored hope. And it's partly because of smart and aggressive people like Rene Mivill. more »»

Love is the focus of Sanibel shell exhibit

July 23, 2014 Romance is at the heart of a new activity at the the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum in Sanibel. A Sailors' Valentine board has been located in the museum lobby. more »»

Charging stations offered to Captiva resort guests

July 23, 2014 Some day they'll be as common as gas pumps. But for at least the next few years, electric charging stations will be few in number. more »»

Island jeweler celebrates birthday with July 17-19 event

July 16, 2014 A popular island retailer will celebrate its birthday with the introduction of new services and products at its landmark store. Lily & Co. more »»

Sanibel bikers prone to injury are mostly middle aged

July 16, 2014 Better get some practice before heading out on the little black ribbons lacing throughout Sanibel Islan. more »»

Landscaper donates covering to protect defaced trees

July 16, 2014 Ding's had enough. The Sanibel wildlife refuge is covering the work of vandals defacing trees in an isolated trail. more »»

Love That Dress benefit slated for July 31 at Coyote Supper Club

July 9, 2014 The last day of the month will be huge for Cindie Barker. more »»

Sanibel teacher stepped outside her circle to foster national program

July 9, 2014 Jaye Boswell doesn't share much about herself. more »»

Bailey-Matthews shell collection crosses into new territory

July 3, 2014 Fifty-eight thousand. That's the magic figure for the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum. more »»

Local food pantry struggles to meet summer demand

July 3, 2014 It's one of the cruel circumstances of paradise. Just as the demand for food donations and services for low-income families rises, the availability is sharply down. more »»

Sanibel pharmacist dispenses more than medicine

June 26, 2014 Reggie Mathai dispenses more than product from behind the counter at his Sanibel business. He's an advocate for the suffering, for those enduring a loss or the realization that a life may soon end. more »»

 
 

 

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Don't Forget To Stretch!

October 3, 2011 Even the most diligent exercisers tend to forget one of the most important components of any exercise program –stretching. more »

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