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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 »»

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 »»

Lights, camera and reaction!

April 8, 2015 Islanders in the last week may have glimpsed a film crew at Casa Ybel and Periwinkle. Or up the street at Tarpon Bay and Periwinkle. more »»

Father shares story of son’s death

April 8, 2015 John and Susie Trautwein lost a son. Will ended his own life at age 15. The family, obviously, was devastate. more »»

Darling Upcycle! Art Fest returns

April 1, 2015 The second Upcycle! Art Fest returns April 1-2 at the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge. more »»

Sundial on a roll under new ownership

April 1, 2015 The changes started almost immediately. more »»

Planning names Sub-Committee members

April 1, 2015 The Sanibel Planning Commission named its members to the varying subcommittees for the 2015 year in its March 10 meeting. more »»

Ozzie still on the mend at CROW

April 1, 2015 The rehab process continues for the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife’s most famous resident, Ozzie the bald eagle, who is the male half of the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam’s raptor duo. more »»

Junior Duck Stamp entries just shy of goal

April 1, 2015 It was a few ducks shy of a raft. Still, some 3,074 Florida children entered the Junior Duck Stamp contest. Judges at the J.N. more »»

Island fixture heading for the hills

April 1, 2015 Florida is transient. There’s sky-high citizen turnover, even in Sanibel and Captiva. So Katie Gardenia’s exit to North Carolina in the next month may pass under the radar. more »»

Bob Janes Memorial Golf Tournament turns two after successful first outing

April 1, 2015 After a very prosperous Bob Janes Memorial Golf Outing debut last year, the MOAA club is hoping to one up their efforts from 2014. more »»

Stepping up

April 1, 2015 Giving is as important as receiving. Sometimes more. An islands’ business group is portraying itself as more than steering buyers to the closing desk. more »»

Relay For Life returns to Sanibel after six years to continue the battle on cancer

April 1, 2015 Cancer never stops, but neither will the survivors of it. After a six-year layoff, the Relay for Life event returns to Sanibel and will be held Friday, April 10, starting at 4 p.m. more »»

Little Black Dress fundraiser is March 26 at Sundial

March 25, 2015 By CRAIG GARRETT cgarrett@breezenewspapers. more »»

Popular Sanibel writer returns with a new Doc Ford novel

March 25, 2015 Sanibel writer Randy Wayne White is back. This time he’s writing about Cuba, baseball, intrigue, the fictional characters and fun writing style his readers have embraced for decades. more »»

 
 

 

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