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Labyrinth examined at April 25 workshop

April 22, 2015 A private donor’s wish to examine spiritual development will bring an expert in the labyrinth to Sanibel April 25. more »»

Beer in the Bushes a nice ‘Fun’raiser for SCCF

April 15, 2015 The Fourth Annual “Beer in the Bushes” fundraiser event for the Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation (SCCF) is coming back for another run, featuring some of the area’s top craft beers to go alon... more »»

Ruane elected Mayor again, Denham Vice Mayor

April 15, 2015 The Sanibel City Council held its Mayor and Vice Mayor elections in its Tuesday’s (April 7) meeting, with Kevin Ruane taking on another term as Mayor and Mick Denham replacing Doug Congress as the... more »»

Gas station cleanup fuels speculation

April 15, 2015 No word on the corner gas station that opened when fuel was 31 cents. Exactly 50 years later the building at Tarpon Bay and Periwinkle is empty, its repair-shop owner’s lease expired. more »»

Sanibel new residents introduced to city

April 15, 2015 Over 100 new residents of the Sanibel were greeted by members of the City Council and city government to have their questions answered, as they start their new island lives. more »»

Islander’s new project is helping service members

April 15, 2015 Like a character in his books, Dan Perkins is on a mission. more »»

Sanibel students recognized for work outside the classroom

April 15, 2015 Two Sanibel School students will receive awards and cash prizes for contributions outside their comfort zones. more »»

Islander’s plan to help hungry races past expectations

April 15, 2015 Michael Bugler wanted to help. So he prayed. He made calls. Nothing. He nearly gave up. And then one day an email arrived on his home computer. more »»

Nada to nadir, Sanibel tops in Spanish Club event

April 15, 2015 The island’s public school has become a force in foreign language competition. The Sanibel School’s Spanish Club placed among Lee County’s best in the World Language Fair 2015. more »»

Upbeat news for Community Housing

April 15, 2015 April is Fair Housing Month. Which is old news in Sanibel. more »»

Florida pushing paperless, Sanibel students issued Chromebooks this fall

April 15, 2015 Times are changing. And fast. Sanibel students next school year will be issued laptops, eliminating heavy textbooks, notepads, even pencils, class tools that sufficed for decades. more »»

Prescribed burn info meeting April 20 at 'Ding' Darling

April 14, 2015 Sanibel prescribed fire partnership to host informational meeting for prescribed burnings on Sanibel During the 2015 spring/summer season, the Sanibel Prescribed Fire Partnership will be looking to... more »»

Ozzie's fractured clavicle starts showing signs of mending

April 14, 2015 SANIBEL - A callus, or new bone development, was detected on Ozzie's latest X-ray Tuesday, which is good news for the celebrity bald eagle cam star. more »»

Laptop learning

April 10, 2015 Times are changing. And fast. Sanibel students next school year will be issued laptops, eliminating heavy textbooks, notepads, pencils and other class tools that sufficed for decades. more »»

Boat strikes on sea turtles on the rise

April 9, 2015 Meet Loggerhead sea turtle egg No. 87 out of 112, which were laid on Algiers Beach on Sanibel in 1991. Sea turtle No. more »»

Relay For Life returns to Sanibel

April 8, 2015 Cancer survivors want others to have the same advantages that were given them. After a six-year layoff, the Relay for Life event returns to Sanibel and will be held Friday, April 10, starting at 4 p. more »»

Finding the unique and healthful alternative at Among the Flowers Cafe

April 8, 2015 In today’s fast-paced life, taking care of one’s body isn’t as high on the daily list as it should be. Diets are dictated by convenience, which ultimately leads to unhealthy eating choices. more »»

New Captiva Fire Station to fit modern needs

April 8, 2015 A once crowded and out-dated fire station will be replaced by a first-rate modern facility for the Captiva Island Fire Department. more »»

Film will pay tribute to island’s individuality

April 8, 2015 A short film on Captiva will premiere April 13. The five-minute video shown at the South Seas Island Resort details the island’s physical beauty, a handful of its residents, its history. more »»

Sailing out to North Captiva is a slice of paradise

April 8, 2015 It was a windy morning, as the sun glistened off the Pine Island Sound rippling water, as the Captiva Cruises’ “The Adventure” billowed through 75-degree temperatures en route to what can be only... more »»



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