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Qwik Pack & Ship under new ownership

March 15, 2017 Last October, Robert Wright and his mother, Kathy, took over Qwik Pack & Ship on Periwinkle Way. Robert and Kathy purchased the business from John Thomas who owned it for the last 14 years. more »»

‘Ding’ introduces new deputy refuge ranger

March 15, 2017 J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge welcomed Nate Caswell, its newest deputy refuge ranger this past December. Caswell’s expertise is in fisheries and wildlife management. more »»

Coast Guard medevacs man from fishing boat

March 10, 2017 A 29-year-old man was medevacked from a commercial fishing vessel 23 miles southwest of Sanibel early Friday morning after he called the Coast Guard for medical assistance. more »»

Sanibel Prescribed Fire Partnership to host informational meeting

March 9, 2017 During the 2017 spring/summer season, the Sanibel Prescribed Fire Partnership will be looking to conduct prescribed burns on the following conservation lands: Botanical Site (USFWS J.N. more »»

Maughan beats out incumbent for City Council seat

March 8, 2017 Jason Maughan won the third seat for City Council, beating out incumbent Marty Harrity in the March 7 election. Kevin Ruane and Mick Denham were reelected for another four year ter. more »»

Southern Comfort early bird ticket sales have begun

March 8, 2017 A spring tradition that is now in its third year will transform the Community House into a fun filled event to benefit the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife hospital next month. more »»

New pod proposal approved

March 8, 2017 After a lengthy discussion, the Planning Commission voted to approve a development permit with a resolution to be voted on at the next meeting. more »»

New veterinary intern joins CROW staff

March 8, 2017 The newest CROW veterinary Intern, Dr. Julia Hill, began her year at CROW on Jan. 1. more »»

Bender receives medal for science project

March 8, 2017 One Sanibel School eighth grade student’s confidence soared after receiving a medal for her science fair project during the Thomas Alva Edison Kiwanis Regional Science & Engineering Fair. more »»

Making magic: John Sebastian to perform at BIG ARTS

March 8, 2017 John Sebastian, one of the founding members of ’60s folk rock band, the Lovin’ Spoonful will make his first-ever appearance on Sanibel Friday, March 10, at BIG ARTS’ Schein Hall at 8 p.m. more »»

Preserving the past: Sanibel Historical Museum and Village to hold fundraiser

March 8, 2017 Live music, dancing, an open bar, a sit-down dinner and a raffle will be among the attractions at the Sanibel Historical Museum and Village’s annual fundraiser that will be held March 15 at 6 p.m. more »»

Sanibel Public Library revamps collection

March 8, 2017 Every year, the Sanibel Public Library weeds out its existing collection of titles to make way for new books, music and DVDs. more »»

Sanibel Historical Museum and village welcomes new board member

March 8, 2017 The Sanibel Historical Museum and Village elected Sherry Halleran, who has been a volunteer with the museum for the last six years, to its board of directors last Monda. more »»

Katie Gardenia to make appearance at South Seas Island Resort

March 8, 2017 Katie Gardenia, who originally opened The Bubble Room 38 years ago, will be recounting the early years of the restaurant next Tuesday in the Captiva Ballroom at South Seas Island Resort. more »»

Sanibel designated 7th safest city in Florida

March 2, 2017 The City of Sanibel has been designated as the seventh safest city in Florida based upon a report "Safest Cities in Florida" released by the National Council for Home Safety and Security. more »»

BIG ARTS Monday Night Film series announced

March 2, 2017 BIG ARTS ushers in another month full of cinematic jewels with its Monday Night Films serie. more »»

80th annual Sanibel Shell Festival to take place this weekend

March 1, 2017 The early origins of the Sanibel Shell Festival dates back to over 80 years ago. The wives of sport fishermen began collecting shells while their husbands went fishing. more »»

Audubon-inspired works to be on display at ‘Ding’ Darling

March 1, 2017 To celebrate the life of late artist Gale Bennett who passed away in 2008, a group of local artists, many of whom were students of Bennett’s, will display Audubon-inspired works at the J.N. more »»

CROW introduces new marketing manager

March 1, 2017 Brian Bohlman, a Florida Gulf Coast University student, became CROW’s newest marketing manager on Monday. more »»

Sanibel Uncorked: food, wine and fun

March 1, 2017 Lily & Company’s grounds will be transformed into a decadent food and wine festival this coming weekend. more »»

 
 

 

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