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Crocodile tears are real

February 4, 2010 It was with great sadness that we learned of the passing of one of Sanibel's most famous — and certainly most popular — year-round resident, the rare American crocodile known as "Wilma. more »»

County opts to let us be

January 29, 2010 Last week, island residents learned that they can rest a little bit easier after officials from Lee County confirmed with local leaders that they would not be meddling any longer in a... more »»

Support quake relief efforts

January 20, 2010 As Haitians begin burying their dead, an on-going relief effort is working to support the living. more »»

EDITORIAL: Pass (on) the stuffing, please

December 23, 2009 Christmas has finally arrived, and all of us here at the Island Reporter would like to wish our readers a safe, fun and festive holiday. more »»

Accident a sobering reminder to stay alert

December 16, 2009 While almost everybody these days seems to be wrapped up in the holiday hustle and bustle, anxiously looking forward to the upcoming Christmas and New Year's celebrations, often there... more »»

Meeting of the minds proposed

December 10, 2009 At Tuesday's Planning Commission session, Mayor Mick Denham — acting as City Council liaison for the meeting — delivered the standard legislative update, keeping the commissioners... more »»

County survey asks for input

December 2, 2009 One month into its new strategic planning process for the 2011 budget, Lee County officials are reaching out for public input. more »»

Delay may be a good thing

November 19, 2009 There may be a light at the end of the tunnel, but the tunnel just got a little longer. more »»

Pray for the dead, and honor the living

November 11, 2009 Today we are a country in mourning. And Veteran's Day this year will dawn in the haze of tragedy that surrounds senseless death. more »»

Happy Anniversary, Sanibel!

November 4, 2009 When islanders awoke this morning, many of them might not have known that today — Nov. 5 — is the 35th anniversary of the City of Sanibel's incorporation. more »»

Strategic planning process makes sense

October 23, 2009 With the challenges of a particularly ugly budget year behind them, many government officials are probably taking a deep breath right now and kicking back a bi. more »»

Time for flu shots

October 8, 2009 Stock up on tissues and chicken soup, it's that time of the year again. And this flu season promises to be an unpleasant one. more »»

Increasing awareness of breast cancer

October 1, 2009 Cancer wears a personal face. When the late columnist Lisa Pierot was diagnosed at age 37 with breast cancer, she was given a 95 percent cure rate. more »»

Dream may come true

September 25, 2009 One of the most revered and respected names in the history of island is Bailey, whose family founded the Sanibel Packing Company in 1899, which today is still considered one of the... more »»

Need knows no 'off-season'

September 10, 2009 For many of us, the Labor Day holiday is an annual tradition comprised of a three-day weekend marked by beach outings and barbeques, gatherings with family and friends and a celebration... more »»

Sanibel ready for another battle vs. county

August 20, 2009 Just as islanders began to settle down following a three-month skirmish with the Lee County Department of Transportation over their proposed disbanding of the LeeWay toll discount... more »»

EDITORIAL: Reflections on Charley

August 13, 2009 Today is the fifth anniversary on what some islanders might recall as the most significant event in the history of Southwest Florida. more »»

Size matters, especially for gators

August 5, 2009 Last week, Sanibelians were given a somber reminder that we all live on a sanctuary island inhabited by creatures which date back to the prehistoric era, and that sometimes interaction... more »»

Keep your eyes and ears open

July 29, 2009 It's that time of year again. No, we're not talking about hurricane season or beating the heat or even — kids, cover your ears — preparing to go back to school. more »»



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