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Sea School seeking to raise funds to add paddle boards into their arsenal of exploration

April 30, 2015 Once a youth is introduced to the Sanibel Sea School and the fun it offers, they are hooked for a long time. more »»

Birthday bash honors pets, proceeds to benefit Fort Myers shelter

April 22, 2015 It began with an anonymous donation handed out of a car window. Eleven years later the Lily & Co. more »»

Foodie event to benefit homeless

April 22, 2015 An April 25 benefit in Sanibel will help feed the homeless in Fort Myers. more »»

Reddish egret study continues at ‘Ding’

April 22, 2015 It’s unusual and beautiful. And it also appears to be losing ground in the quest to flourish. more »»

Saving screech owls on Sanibel

April 22, 2015 When Sanibel resident Doris Hardy put up a screech owl house near her lanai a couple of years ago, she didn’t realize it would lead to a movement of saving the small-feathered bird. more »»

Record cold in north drives boom here

April 22, 2015 After another winter which blasted snowfall and windchill records, not everyone is feeling the misery of what such weather can bring. In fact, there are quite a few in the category of “very happy. more »»

Public hearing on city’s docket

April 22, 2015 Sanibel has scheduled an April 28 public hearing for conditional use applications from a couple of merchants in the city, including a popular bath and body care fir. more »»

Day for campers planned for April 25

April 22, 2015 An April 25 event for campers is planned for the Sanibel Community House. more »»

Ozzie’s fractures starting to heal

April 22, 2015 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 sta. more »»

Green sea turtle finds recovery at CROW to its liking

April 22, 2015 A green sea turtle, which was found entangle in a shrimper roller net, was released back home off of San Carlos Bay near Sanibel Friday, after a two-week recovery at the Clinic for the Rehabilitatio... more »»

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 »»

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 »»



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