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Vote-by-mail ballots best way to go this year

July 11, 2018 With the Primary and General Election ballot races firmed up as of the end of qualifying on June 22, the 2018 election season is now sliding toward home. And very quickly. The Primary is Au. more »»

 
 
 
What we learned from Hurricane Irma

May 30, 2018 Due to the possibility of pre-season tropical storm formation in the Gulf this year, our annual be-prepared editorial is a little ahead of the official start of hurricane season. more »»

Congratulations to the Class of 2018

May 16, 2018 The majority of Lee County’s approximate 5,000 seniors will mark the culmination of their high school careers this weeken. more »»

Mrs. Bush left words to live by — and much more

April 25, 2018 The amphitheatre of politics has never been a good place for the thin-skinned or those whose egos bruise easily. more »»

Public safety: The tip of the spear

April 4, 2018 Student safety is the School District of Lee County’s No. 1 goal, Superintendent Dr. more »»

Compassion before politics

March 2, 2018 In the wake of adversity, in the wake of tragedy, in the wake of the very worst that fate or man can throw our way, Americans have always paused and come together, if only briefly, to mourn those... more »»

No flu shot? Get one now

January 10, 2018 In the wake of what it calls “a sharp increase in flu cases,” Lee Health has restricted children 12 and younger from visiting patients in its intensive care units, pediatric intensive care units and... more »»

Helping Houston weather the storm

September 6, 2017 The most recent updates from the Associated Press are grim: The death toll is climbing as public safety officials continue to find the bodies of those lost in the flooding wrought by Hurricane Harvey. more »»

Rainy season brings mosquitos

June 21, 2017 Rainy season has begun — thank goodness. We welcome the rain, much needed in the wake of the winter drough. more »»

Best wishes to the Class of 2017

May 25, 2017 Lee County School District students marked the culmination of their high school careers this past weekend with graduation ceremonies. more »»

Another voter mandate goes up in smoke

May 17, 2017 For the second time in as many years, the people we send to Tallahassee to represent us have not only ignored, but rode roughshod, over a voter mandate. more »»

Shadow government II

March 22, 2017 Ah, politics — and politicians. more »»

We are not immune from random violence

November 30, 2016 In the last couple of weeks, we on Sanibel saw that we are not exempt from random —?and seemingly targeted — violence aimed at law enforcement personnel. more »»

Going forward

November 18, 2016 Judging from protest rhetoric and social media commentary, America’s post-election is shaping up to be, at least initially, as contentious as were the 2016 Presidential campaigns. more »»

Military ‘clawbacks’ break the faith

November 3, 2016 Count us among those who are appalled at the Department of Defense debacle dubbed the National Guard “clawback. more »»

General election recommendations

October 26, 2016 Mail ballots have gone out and early voting for the Nov. 8 General Election began Monday. more »»

Constitution Amendment Recommendations

October 26, 2016 For voters in Florida, there’s a lot more on the Nov. 8 ballot than a plethora of races from the presidential on down. more »»

General election recommendations

October 21, 2016 Mail ballots have gone out and early voting for the Nov. 8 General Election begins Monday. more »»

Amendment recommendations

October 19, 2016 For voters in Florida, there’s a lot more on the Nov. 8 ballot than a plethora of races from the presidential on down. more »»

Constitutional Amendment recommendations

October 14, 2016 For voters in Florida, there’s a lot more on the Nov. 8 ballot than a plethora of races from the presidential on down. more »»

Vote YES for 20/20

October 14, 2016 Vote yes for 20/20 October 6, 2016 Cape Coral Daily Breeze Save | Comments (1) | Post a comment | The first wave of mail ballots will go out Friday and there is an urgent local issue all... more »»

 
 

 

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Don't Forget To Stretch!

October 3, 2011 Even the most diligent exercisers tend to forget one of the most important components of any exercise program –stretching. more »

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