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Columnist Art Stevens becomes board member of Tony Award-winning theater

December 13, 2017 Longtime Islander columnist Art Stevens accepted a new role: last month — he joined Crossroads Theatre Company’s Board of Trustee. more »»

Johnny Jensen: A blues prodigy

December 13, 2017 Johnny Jensen, a 14-year-old Captiva native, discovered music at an early age. By age 4, Jensen picked up drums and began playing along with his uncle’s band, the Troublestarters. more »»

Community invited to attend SWFL Chef Invitational at Community House

December 13, 2017 A new culinary experience will grace the Community House next month as six Southwest Florida professional chefs take the stage with seven youngsters who are participating in the Culinary Education... more »»

Holly Smith appointed to City Council

December 13, 2017 Planning Commission Vice Chairman Holly Smith was appointed to the City Council Tuesday morning filling a vacant seat left behind by Jim Jennings, who moved to Fort Myers. more »»

Proclamation presented to Jennings for years of service

December 13, 2017 After a reception was held outside of MacKenzie Hall Tuesday morning, Jim Jennings was recognized with a proclamation for his 14 years of service as a councilman for the City of Sanibel. more »»

Sgt. Ciccone named Employee of the Year

December 13, 2017 Sgt. Jared Ciccone was named the Employee of the Year during the Tuesday City Council meeting, resulting in a standing ovation from those in attendance. more »»

Local Roots recognized as Blue Zone Project

December 13, 2017 Local Roots, LLC is the first Blue Zones Project recognized Farmers Market in the state of Florida. more »»

Another barn owl nesting box installed

December 13, 2017 Another barn owl nesting box was installed on the island, this time at Sanibel Island Golf Club. “We are trying to help out SCCF anywhere we can,” Sanibel Island Golf Club Owner Drew Donnelly sa. more »»

Lake O within low sub band of regulation schedule

December 13, 2017 The Director of Natural Resources delivered some encouraging news about the excessive flows that have been released from Lake Okeechobee since Hurricane Irma impacted the area. more »»

Charter Review Committee meets, establishes schedule

December 13, 2017 The first meeting of the Charter Review Committee nominated its chairman and vice chairman, as well as the dates for their monthly meetings through June. more »»

Seahorse Chorale Spectacular to raise funds for Walt Disney World trip

December 13, 2017 Join the Seahorse Chorale next week for their Seahorse Chorale Spectacular show, which will include pieces celebrating the holiday season, as well as other favorites, to raise money for the middle... more »»

Breeze Newspapers launches new job board with revolutionary job matching technology

December 13, 2017 The Breeze Newspapers, publisher of the Island Reporter, the Cape Coral Breeze, and six sister weekly newspapers and Web sites, has launched a new online employment feature, jobs.breezenewspapers. more »»

Rabbi Stephen Fuchs: two heart surgeries later and still making a difference

December 13, 2017 Several months ago, I spotted an announcement in this paper that Stephen Fuchs was coming to Sanibel as the new Rabbi for Temple Bat Yam. more »»

Juvenile manatees successfully rescued from Sanibel River

December 8, 2017 Two juvenile manatees were successfully rescued from the Sanibel River Monday, Dec. 4 and released at the Punta Rassa boat ramp after being stranded in the body of water since Hurricane Irma. more »»

Experience a winter wonderland

December 6, 2017 South Seas Island Resort will be decked out in the spirit of Christmas beginning this week. The annual Holiday Stroll will take place at South Seas Island Resort’s Yacht Harbour & Marina Dec. more »»

Indulge at Art Under the Stars

December 6, 2017 The Tower Gallery will be pairing up with Hirdie Girdie Gallery and Suncatchers’ Dream to host their Art Under the Stars event Thursday, Dec. 7, from 5 to 9 p.m. more »»

All in the family

December 6, 2017 Adventures in Paradise began as a family-run business 31 years ago. Flash forward three decades later, the company is still run by the Stewart family. more »»

History in motion

December 6, 2017 Adventures in Paradise has reintroduced its historical trolley tours for the season. more »»

Community House potluck dinner to take care of your sweet tooth

December 6, 2017 All things cookie will be the highlight of the Dec. 13 Community House potluck dinner, which includes a cookie exchange. more »»

Education secretary tours FSW campus

December 6, 2017 Florida is on the leading edge of providing parents a wide range of choices for their kids, the Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos said following a tour at Florida Southwestern State College. more »»



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