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Fishing and safety some topics of Captiva Community Panel meeting

January 20, 2016 Many hot topics, such as fishing on the Blind Pass Bridge and the dangers of a certain power pole on Captiva, were discussed during the Captiva Community Panel last week in length. more »»

Author to share story of Sehgal family

January 20, 2016 An inspirational story of a couple, refugees who left dangerous situations in their home country, that persevered once arriving in the United States and eventually beginning a foundation that helps... more »»

Heart attack survivors tell tales of lives rekindled

January 20, 2016 Sometimes to appreciate life a little more, one needs to go through a life-altering experience, one which reminds them that yes, life is precious. more »»

History of Sanibel a specialty of volunteer docents

January 20, 2016 The volunteer docent program at the Sanibel Historical Village is getting a boost with its training session underway, with 25 signed up and 18 of them being entirely new volunteers. more »»

Conditional use permit granted for Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church improvements

January 20, 2016 There wasn’t any dissention for the consideration of a conditional use permit application by the Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church in Tuesday’s Sanibel Planning Commission meeting. more »»

CEPD discusses projects during monthly meeting

January 20, 2016 Many updates were given during the Captiva Erosion Prevention District monthly meeting about studies taking place and projects completed. more »»

City of Sanibel announces strategy to mitigate Peak traffic during season

January 18, 2016 City of Sanibel Mayor Kevin Ruane today announced a comprehensive strategy to help mitigate peak traffic on the island during the winter months, including a video message for visitors available on... more »»

Under the Sea event returns to museum

January 13, 2016 For the first time since 2005, the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum’s largest fundraiser will return home to the museum later this month offering a behind the scenes look at the museu. more »»

Youngsters use brain, imagination to build robots

January 13, 2016 Young minds came to life during a First LEGO League meeting at the Sanibel Public Library Saturday, Jan. 2, as 9 to 13 year olds eagerly worked with their teammates on perfecting their robots. more »»

Skip Corris returns to Herb Strauss Theater

January 13, 2016 A crowd favorite from last year’s production is returning to the stage this weekend portraying the great Thomas Edison. more »»

Fine Art Festival to be held at The Community House

January 13, 2016 The grounds of The Community House will be transformed into a fine arts festival this weekend guaranteed to showcase something for everyon. more »»

Dimock photos on display at Captiva Community Center

January 13, 2016 A glimpse back into when Southwest Florida belonged to Mother Nature and development was still decades away can now be seen on the walls of the Captiva Community Center. more »»

Sewer expansion enters final phase

January 13, 2016 With only 44 properties remaining to be converted from septic systems to the City of Sanibel sewer system, the expansion system is entering its fourth phase. more »»

Cub Scouts make return to Sanibel Island

January 13, 2016 For over the last 30 years, young boys who wanted to join Boy Scouts had to go off island to enjoy what the wholesome organization provides. Not anymore. more »»

Rims and Fins Car Show postponed to a later date

January 13, 2016 The Rims and Fins Car Show, presented by the San Cap Motor Club, has been postponed to a later date due to a change in venue. The car show, which was originally dated to be held Saturday, Jan. more »»

Lake of the Ozarks Party to be held on Sanibel

January 6, 2016 For the first time, the Lake of the Ozarks Party will be held on Sanibel this year, instead of Fort Myers Beach. more »»

Top Stories of 2015

January 6, 2016 The articles below, written by Meghan McCoy, appeared in the Sanibel-Captiva Islander, or the Island Reporter, during 2015. more »»

Author to read from her memoir at Sanibel Library

January 6, 2016 A passion began when Judy Stern learned how to write in grade school and has continued throughout her life eventually leading to becoming a published author. “I thought it was cool to keep a diary. more »»

‘Diamond of the island’ caught one birders eye

January 6, 2016 A part-time resident who fell in love with what he refers to as the “diamond of the island” spends countless hours watching osprey to better understand the raptor species that call Sanibel and... more »»

A Soldier’s Child Foundation stands by the patriots who have fallen by honoring those they left behind

January 6, 2016 “What does it matter? Who really gives a damn anyways?” Those 10 hard-hitting words still echo in Daryl Mackin’s head even nine years late. more »»



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