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Help Feed the 5000 Now

March 1, 2017 Feed the 5000 Now, a Christian initiative, is kicking off its fifth year today, and running until the end of the month, to raise money to feed a hungry neighbor. more »»

Dahlia Dry wins Best of Fair

March 1, 2017 A former Sanibel School student took home the Thomas Alva Edison Kiwanis Science and Engineering Best of Fair Award for physical sciences. more »»

Kira Zautcke places first in plant science at Edison Fairs Program

March 1, 2017 An eighth grade student received first place at the Thomas Alva Edison Kiwanis Regional Science & Engineering Fair for her experiment that proposed plants could be used as sentinel plants for... more »»

Missing person found

February 27, 2017 UPDATE: The 72 year old missing female the City of Sanibel has been searching for has been located and reunited with her famil. more »»

Annual Kiwanis Spaghetti Dinner set for this weekend

February 22, 2017 The Sanibel-Captiva Kiwanis Club is preparing for one of its biggest fundraisers of the year: their annual Spaghetti Dinner. The dinner will take place Saturday, Feb. 25, from 4 to 8 p.m. more »»

Local shell crafter releases new book

February 22, 2017 In an effort to inspire others and bring back the lost art of vintage shell crafting, Heather Holmes O’Keefe published her first book, “American Shell Craft” last month. more »»

Author Joanne Fluke to make appearance at Sanibel Public Library

February 22, 2017 The simple suggestion by her mother to rewrite an ending to a story turned into a fulfilling career for author Joanne Fluke. “I can’t remember a time in my life when I wasn’t writing,” she sai. more »»

Dredging, noise complaints, addressed at Captiva Community Panel meeting

February 22, 2017 Kathy Rooker, administrator of the Captiva Erosion Prevention District announced during last Tuesday’s meeting that preparations to dredge along Blind Pass began Monday, Feb. 13. more »»

TMDLs for Sanibel Slough discussed

February 22, 2017 A public workshop was held at the Sanibel Public Library to discuss the proposed total maximum daily loads for the Sanibel Slough, the central river system that flows through the island by J.N. more »»

Sanibel League of Women Voters discuss water quality

February 22, 2017 Last week the League of Women Voter’s of Sanibel held a luncheon at Sundial that focused on water quality through presentations from the South Florida Water Management District and Sanibel-Captiva... more »»

Fresh Produce, Sanibel Sea School partner for beach cleanup event

February 22, 2017 A partnership between the Sanibel Sea School and Fresh Produce held a kick off event last week to coincide with the clothing company’s rebrand of “living a simply swell life. more »»

Sanibel Police Department issues traffic and beach parking advisory

February 21, 2017 Sanibel traffic is currently exceeding roadway capacity. Additionally demand for beach parking exceeds capacit. more »»

Motorists may experience delays headed to Sanibel Island

February 16, 2017 An off-island water main break on Summerlin Road to impact Sanibel bound traffic headed towards the island. Lee County Utilities is responding to a water main break that occurred early this mornin. more »»

Traffic update: waterline repairs on Summerlin to continue through the night

February 16, 2017 Crews remain on site along McGregor Boulevard in the vicinity of the Sanibel Causeway. The outside westbound lane will remain closed into tonight. All lanes are expected to be open by Friday mornin. more »»

Free mullet documentary screening with hors d'oeuvres

February 15, 2017 On March 1, San-Cap Solutions to Avoid Red Tide (START) and Sanibel Sea School will host a second community screening of "Mullet: A Tale of Two Fish. more »»

Sanibel Island history showcased on Adventures in Paradise Trolley Tour

February 15, 2017 Sanibel Island has been appealing to visitors for generations. The island, at 12 miles long, offers unparalleled serene beauty and abundant nature thanks to visionary pioneers in conservation. more »»

34th annual Rotary Arts & Crafts Fair to take place Saturday and Sunday

February 15, 2017 The Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Club’s biggest fundraiser is set to take place this weekend at the Sanibel Community Hous. more »»

'Bird' Westall will be missed

February 15, 2017 Former Mayor Mark "Bird" Westall, who passed away last week, left a legacy - one that encouraged individuals to live in harmony with wildlife. more »»

 
 

 

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