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Sanibel rabbi recalls his time in the Air Force

November 23, 2016 An Air Force veteran, who believes his story is no different from other chaplains who served, remembers the tension of dealing with people who were young, something not usual in a civilian... more »»

Shell Ambassador program kicks off at Shell Museum

November 23, 2016 An excited buzz bubbled from the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum as three women shared their enthusiasm about a program they recently completed that enhanced their knowledge of mollusks and... more »»

A passion of creativity, combined with the love of shells, has kept a group alive for numerous decades

November 23, 2016 Once a week shell enthusiast have gathered and shared their love of creativity while making a vast assortment of shell inspired projects - anything from jewelry to intricate flower arrangements, for... more »»

Ding Darling holds annual fishing derby Thanksgiving weekend

November 23, 2016 The fifth annual “Ding” Darling Kids Fishing Derby is set to take place at the Sanibel Causeway Islands Park (Island A) Saturday, Nov. 26. more »»

Girl Scouts make a comeback on Sanibel

November 23, 2016 After a long hiatus, Daisies, Brownies and Junior Girl Scouts have made a comeback on Sanibel. more »»

‘Ding’ introduces two education interns

November 23, 2016 Due to funding from the “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society, two new education interns arrived at J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge Nov. 1. more »»

Captiva House adds new items to menu

November 23, 2016 The Captiva House, which is a part of ‘Tween Waters Inn, is undergoing transitions to update itsmenu and decor. more »»

The Gavin family and Christmas on Sanibel

November 23, 2016 This is the second in a series of articles about how families on the island celebrated the Christmas holidays “B.C.” (before the causeway). On Friday, Dec. 2, from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.. more »»

Sanibel officer shot, suspect being held on $2 million bond

November 22, 2016 A man accused of shooting and wounding a Sanibel police officer and then exchanging gunfire with officers attempting to apprehend him is being held on $2 million bond. more »»

Updated: Fund set up to aid injured officer

November 21, 2016 Updated: An assistance fund has been established for the Sanibel police officer shot in the line of dut. more »»

Updated: FDLE identifies man arrested in police shooting

November 20, 2016 Updated: The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has confirmed the name of the person arrested in connection with Sunday's shooting incident. more »»

Sanibel Public Library hosts International Games Day

November 18, 2016 The 9th annual International Games Day is celebrated in 53 countries and territories on all seven continents. This year, it’s coming to the Sanibel Public Library. more »»

Two local businesses win Blue Chip Award

November 18, 2016 Longtime Sanibel business owner Billy Kirkland was announced as a recipient for the 22nd annual BB&T Blue Chip Community Business Award on Nov. 3. more »»

Huxter’s new owners give the building a makeover

November 18, 2016 Huxter’s Market & Deli has seen a lot of changes over the last 50 years. In the 50s, Huxter’s was originally just a fruit and vegetable stand. more »»

Captiva Community Panel announces sea level rise symposium and cruise

November 18, 2016 Last Tuesday, the Captiva Community Panel announced during its monthly meeting that a sea level rise symposium entitled “Now In My Backyard” will take place at South Seas Island Resort Friday, Jan. more »»

Celebrate Thanksgiving

November 18, 2016 The annual Thanksgiving Celebration, a “thankful” affair bringing the community together, will again benefit F.I.S.H. more »»

Sense of hope returns to Americans after election

November 18, 2016 One Sanibel resident said he was excited about the opportunities that are now open with Donald Trump being elected as the 45th president. more »»

Shell Museum to add parking for staff, volunteers

November 18, 2016 To help alleviate some of the parking obstacles, the City of Sanibel Planning Commission approved a variance that would allow the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum to add additional parking for... more »»

CROW sees influx of patients affected by red tide

November 18, 2016 CROW has recently seen an influx of sea turtle and sea bird patients since the end of October, many of which suffered from red tide. The sea turtles arrived on Oct. 29, Oct. 30, Nov. more »»

Cayo Costa offers unique working environment

November 18, 2016 The constant changes in tasks, duties, and the love of the water, is what keeps the attention of a few rangers of Cayo Costa State Park. more »»



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