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Windell Campbell opens kids’ imaginations through storytelling

July 27, 2016 As soon as Windell Campbell took the stage at the Sanibel Public Library July 20, the entire audience was mesmerized. Not a single eye wandered. more »»

Neill’s big risk paying off for the future of the ocean

July 27, 2016 There is a photo hanging on the wall inside the facility of the Sanibel Sea School of its founders, Dr. more »»

San-Cap club teaching sport to Sanibel youth

July 27, 2016 It can be a challenge for parents to find ways to keep their children busy during the summer vacation months, but the San-Cap Optimist Club, along with the Sanibel Recreation Center, is helping out... more »»

Sanibel sets millage, same as last year

July 27, 2016 The Sanibel City Council on Monday unanimously agreed to set the millage rate at the same rate as it was last year during its meeting at City Hall, putting in place the first major component for the... more »»

Water quality still high on Sanibel’s list

July 27, 2016 The environmental and economic impact of the releases of water from Lake Okeechobee into the Caloosahatchee River is a huge one for Sanibel, and the frequency of such flows this year could have... more »»

Officer resigns over alleged mishandling of complaint

July 27, 2016 In a letter filled with anger and frustration at how a sexual harassment complaint was handled, a 35-year veteran in law enforcement submitted his resignation from the Sanibel Police Department. more »»

Sanibel Catering Company receives conditional use permit approval

July 27, 2016 Clarification: This article, published in the July 27 edition of the Island Reporter, states:   “Sanibel Catering Company is defined as a separate commercial unit because it is under separate... more »»

Island Dems host water quality update

July 27, 2016 The best way to solve the water quality problems along the Caloosahatchee River is to store it and send the excess water flow from Lake Okeechobee south, and the only way that will happen is for... more »»

Sanibel police arrest teen accused of taking turtle egg

July 27, 2016 A Cape Coral man is accused of stealing a turtle egg from a sea turtle nest on Sanibel. Adrian Andre Morales-Corrales, 19, of 2111 N.E. more »»

Zonta Club being formed in Cape Coral

July 27, 2016 An international organization focused on empowering women and girls globally and locally has its sights set on Cape Coral as the location for a new chapter. more »»

Take a walk on the wild side with SCCF’s ‘Bobcat Tales’ program

July 20, 2016 Bobcats have thrived on Sanibel and Captiva for many years, but have no fear, they pose little threat to human. more »»

START’s BYOB program has given out 9,475 reusable bags to local businesses

July 20, 2016 START’s BYOB program has progressed tremendously since its initial launch last November. So far, the program has handed out 9,475 reusable bags to local businesses on Sanibel. more »»

Author DiVitto Kelly visits the Captiva Memorial Library to discuss new horror novel

July 20, 2016 DiVitto Kelly describes his first novel, “Seal Cove,” as a throwback horror story with just the right mix of humor, smarts and monster gore. more »»

An inside look at CROW

July 20, 2016 Interested individuals gathered at CROW’s Visitor Education Center to learn more about what the clinic does for wildlife, before being led on a tour showcasing the dorms, hospital and a few of their... more »»

Voter registration deadline approaches

July 20, 2016 Sanibel residents who want to cast a ballot in the August primary or who need to change their political party only have two weeks left to do so. more »»

4G network now available for AT&T Sanibel customers

July 20, 2016 Sanibel residents and visitors now have access to 4G network on their AT&T smartphones and tablets providing a faster internet experience. more »»

HTAP to hold reception to thank community for 10 years of support

July 14, 2016 A special reception will be held at Cips Place Restaurant later this month to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Human Trafficking Awareness Partnerships as a way to thank the community for its... more »»

Solving the water quality problem

July 14, 2016 From a visual perspective, the water clarity in Lee County has diminished greatly compared to last mont. more »»

Helping protect Cayo Costa’s sea turtle nests

July 14, 2016 Cayo Costa State Park has experienced a terrific sea turtle nesting season thus far with 286 nests on the 8-mile stretch of beach. more »»

The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum offers beach walks in Fort Myers and Sanibel

July 14, 2016 Dr. Jose Leal, science director and curator of The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum, began his first beach walk of the season at Bunche Beach in Fort Myers July 6. more »»

 
 

 

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