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Safe at Sea: Boating S.O.S

November 28, 2018 With the beginning of “peak season” boating in Florida waterways, this seems like a good time to give some thought to distress signal. more »»

On the Water: There are cooler days ahead for fishing

November 28, 2018 Finally, after a long stretch of warm weather, a cool front finally dropped down into Southwest Florida. more »»

In The Garden: Carissa, the green armored buffer

November 28, 2018 Carissa (Carissa Macrocarpa) is native to South Africa, but they are a long-time favorite of our area and you will find them planted along the eastern coastline of Florida and a couple places along... more »»

Poetic License: 'Cucaracha, Burning Bright'

November 28, 2018 Cucaracha, burning bright In the tenements of night, What primeval force or essence Doomed you to dwell in dark putrescence? From the basement of what mind Did you escape to wander blind In darknes... more »»

Recipe of the Week: Stuffed Chicken Involtini with Roasted Potatoes

November 28, 2018 Enjoy this delicious recipe for your next dinner. Not only it is easy to prepare, but it bursts with flavor. more »»

Shell Shocked: Thinking about the afterlife

November 28, 2018 I’m at a point in life where I begin to think seriously of an afterlife. more »»

Zonta urges reauthorization of bill protecting women

November 23, 2018 Every year at this time, Zonta International proclaims 16 days of activism against violence directed toward women. During this period, Nov. 25 to Dec. more »»

How American culture affects the church

November 23, 2018 Dr. George Barna recently spoke at Lifeway Church on “How American Culture Affects the Churc. more »»

Rotary Happenings: Rotarians help with meal packing event, Taste of the Islands

November 21, 2018 “Rotary in Action” is the catch-phrase this year for letting everyone know what Rotarians are doing in their community and beyond. Well, a recent past weekend Rotarians were an extremely busy group. more »»

Faces on Faith: You are what you eat

November 21, 2018 The church I served in Westport, Connecticut, has hosted a Community Thanksgiving Feast for decades. more »»

Safe at Sea: Boating education equals safe boating

November 21, 2018 Each year, the U.S. Coast Guard publishes the Recreational Boating Statistics, which tracks not only the number of recreational boats and such, but also the number of boating accidents on the water. more »»

Shell Shocked: When 'mid-terms' had another meaning

November 21, 2018 Do you remember the days when “mid-terms” meant something other than elections? They meant tests that were given to us in college halfway through each course. There were the mid-terms and the final. more »»

In The Garden: Adonidia palm is easy and elegant

November 21, 2018 The Adonidia palm (Veitchia merrillii) is an ideal palm for a small entry or to put in a container on a pool deck or patio. more »»

Center Stage: 'Damascus' is a high-tension, 90-minute non-stop ride

November 21, 2018 Now hear this! The Florida Repertory Theatre in Fort Myers is alive and well thanks to its board of directors naming Greg Longenhagen as the new artistic director and promoting Jason Parrish to... more »»

Recipe of the Week: Wedding Soup

November 21, 2018 Not just for weddings anymore, wedding soup is one of Italy’s most popular soup and a classic staple for many generations of Italian immigrants in this countr. more »»

Poetic License: 'The Pledge of Inclusion'

November 21, 2018 I pledge allegiance To the flag Of the United States of America And to the republic For which it stands, One nation, Under Jesus Christ, Jehovah, Allah, Buddha, Brahma, Christian Science, Secular... more »»

On the Water: It was a beautiful week on the water

November 21, 2018 We could not have asked for a better week of weather, most days brought us bright sunny skies, mild temperature and little wind. more »»

Major step toward acquisition

November 16, 2018 Last week, the Lee County Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously to move our 68-acre Wulfert Bayous acquisition project into the next phase of potential purchase through Lee County's... more »»

School sales tax vote demonstrates community’s commitment to children, future

November 16, 2018 On behalf of the 84,000-plus students in our public schools, we want to say thank you for making children a priority. more »»

Faces on Faith: Farewell Sanibel — with great Thanksgiving

November 15, 2018 A little over 17 years ago, the Donovan family was privileged to be called to serve at the Sanibel Community Church. more »»



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