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Sanibel artist donates Ozzie paintings for CROW Golf Classic

September 16, 2015 In kindergarten, all Myra Roberts wanted to do was dra. more »»

Artist creates life sized portrait for his exhibit at Bob Rauschenberg Gallery

September 16, 2015 Cardboard pieces of different sizes and shapes were added to a 14-foot “Cubist Bob” Wednesday afternoon as artist Wayne White completed the sculpture for his opening reception special performance at... more »»

Experience a trademark benefit of interning at CROW

September 16, 2015 The best relationships in life results when it’s a two-way street, when all parties involved benefit in some wa. more »»

Sewer rates to increase on Sanibel

September 16, 2015 Sewer rates will bump a bit at the start of the new fiscal year. more »»

Captiva Tri provides tough challenge for all ages

September 16, 2015 An angrier than normal Gulf of Mexico provided an early challenge for competitors in the Captiva Tri Sunday morning at South Seas Resort, but it still wasn’t enough to prevent good times at the... more »»

First budget hearing produces some good news for Sanibel residents

September 16, 2015 There was some positivity being passed around in the Sanibel City Council’s first tentative budget hearing Saturday, as the highlights hit included the millage rate budgets at a rolled-back rate has... more »»

LCEC project stalled due to permit condition issued by Cape Coral

September 16, 2015 LCEC CEO Dennie Hamilton provided an update to the Captiva Community Panel last Tuesday regarding rebuilding a transmission line that crosses from Cape Coral over Matlacha Pass to Pine Island betwee... more »»

Sanibel chef in the running of winning $25,000

September 16, 2015 A Sanibel chef is in the running of winning $25,000 for a competition challenging chefs to create the best breakfast using the brand Thomas English muffins and bagels during National Breakfast Mont. more »»

Captiva Triathlon draws athletes of all levels

September 9, 2015 After volunteering at the Captiva Triathlon kid’s event four years ago, one Fort Myers resident knew she had to compete the following year. more »»

Dan Schuyler sets $15,000 fundraising goal for Celebrity Island Dinner event

September 9, 2015 This year, Lily & Company co-owner Dan Schuyler is taking his fundraising efforts of the annual Celebrity Island Dinner to another level to help support the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum. more »»

Author inspired by Sanibel publishes first book

September 9, 2015 A vacation to Sanibel was one author’s inspiration of overcoming the worry of pulling together characters to form a story that surpassed the length of anything she had written before. more »»

Two Captiva Cruises captains receive Good Samaritan E-Award

September 9, 2015 Captain Skip Laney and Captain Brian Holaway did what they said anyone would have done in their position – offer a helping hand. “We were just doing what others would do . . . more »»

Plein looks to make a name for himself at Island Hopper

September 9, 2015 For most of Stephen Plein’s adolescent life, the goal-driven Fort Myers’ native knew what he wanted and that was to play for the University of Miami Hurricane football progra. more »»

New clinic provides GCHS a wealth of opportunities

September 9, 2015 Although it’s been only just over a week the new Gulf Coast Humane Society’s veterinary clinic has been open for business, it looks as if it’s been open for months. more »»

Capturing the islands’ attractions for all ages

September 9, 2015 With Sanibel and Captiva Islands being one of the top tourist destination in the world, there are many guides out there highlighting the attractions the area brings. more »»

Sanibel Mayor Ruane 'suspends' candidacy for Lee County Commission

September 2, 2015 In a surprising development Tuesday, Sanibel Mayor Kevin Ruane has announced to "suspend" his candidacy for Lee County Commission, District 1, "effective immediatel. more »»

Coastal Clean-up

September 2, 2015 A person can leave their mark on the environment which can last up to one million years, but it’s a mark which one would not be proud of making. more »»

Fort Myers native strikes gold with music legends

September 2, 2015 The songwriting business is one filled with many trials and tribulations, as writers from all genres of music await their big break, which usually means hearing their songs being played on a... more »»

Cayo Costa park rangers work in unique environment

September 2, 2015 Maintaining a house is a chore for many, but imagine trying to take care of 2,506 acres of paradise, which can only be reached by boat. more »»

Wayne White to be featured at Bob Rauschenberg Gallery

September 2, 2015 Over the past two years Bob Rauschenberg Gallery Director Jade Dellinger has focused on continuing Rauschenberg’s legacy through conversations, as well as through curating a sho. more »»



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