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U.S. Senate passes Water Resources Development Act in 99-1 vote

October 17, 2018 On Oct. 10, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed bipartisan, comprehensive water resources infrastructure legislation — the federal water bill — that authorizes the EAA Reservoir. more »»

 
 
 
Faces on Faith: A spiritual identity

October 17, 2018 It’s reported that the number of people who consider themselves “religious” are dwindling, while a larger number identify themselves as “spirit. more »»

Safe at Sea: Boating quiz — would you pass or fail?

October 17, 2018 For many of us returning from a summer spent up north, it might be the beginning of a new boating season. Upon our arrival, we look forward to returning our boat to the water. more »»

Rotary Happenings: Friends Who Care is low-key non-profit making a difference on islands

October 17, 2018 Twenty-five years and counting for one of Sanibel’s most low-key, charitable non-profit organizations — Friends Who Care, which was founded in 1983 by Theresa and Tom Louwers. more »»

On the Water: Good start to October

October 17, 2018 Overall fishing and fishing conditions appear to be improving in many areas around the islands. more »»

Shell Shocked: Is there an old-fashioned doctor in the house?

October 17, 2018 Physicians are making abundant use of technology these days. In fact, so much so that the usual format of office visits is changing dramatically. Last week I visited my primary care physicia. more »»

Recipe of the Week: Grilled Pork Chops with Red Pepper Pesto

October 17, 2018 A fabulous recipe that is easy to prepare and can make a great meal any time for family or friends. more »»

Poetic License: 'Casey on the Mound: October 5, 1941'

October 17, 2018 (4th World Series Game, Ebbets Field, Brooklyn) The outlook was so brilliant for the Brooklyn Nine that day, The score stood four to three with but one inning left to play. more »»

In The Garden: An elegant palm that can be used for making jam

October 17, 2018 The Sylvester date palm tree, known as the Phoenix sylvestris, is one of the most popular palm trees in the world. more »»

Deep injection wells: Replacing one wasteful water management practice with another

October 10, 2018 At the South Florida Water Management District's recent governing board meeting, the district promoted a new idea for dealing with the water quality woes stemming from the mass discharges of pollute... more »»

Stand up for community's best interest: Vote yes on half penny sales tax

October 10, 2018 The upcoming Nov. 6 election ballot includes an item that will impact all of Lee County for years, maybe decades to com. more »»

Faces on Faith: The real deal

October 10, 2018 I was in my mid 20s when I became a full-time senior pastor at a rural congregation in Missouri. I was wet behind the ears when it came to pastoring and my theology was still a work in progress. more »»

Safe at Sea: Routine maintenance tips

October 10, 2018 As the “season” reopens here in Southwest Florida, many boats are coming out of storage. more »»

On the Water: October presents good fishing opportunities

October 10, 2018 As the water temperatures of southwest Florida begin to drop large schools of bait fish make their migration south into our waters from the northern gulf. more »»

In The Garden: Prickly pear cactus is like candy for gopher tortoises

October 10, 2018 The prickly pear cactus (Opuntia spp.) is from the Cactaceae family and is native to Florida and the deserts of the American Southwest. more »»

Recipe of the Week: Chicken Florentine in Pesto Verde

October 10, 2018 A colorful chicken dish from Florence, Italy, that is packed with flavor. The combination of spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and pesto verde gives your chicken scaloppini an Italian accent. Serves eigh. more »»

Shell Shocked: The apprentice bird counter

October 10, 2018 In life, there’s always the right time to pitch in, to lend a hand, to volunteer. When I was approached to perform a sacred duty in Sanibel I couldn’t say no. It was time to stand up and be counted. more »»

Sanibel goes strawless

October 3, 2018 Over 500 million plastic straws are used in the United States annually, making them one of the most common trash items collected on beache. more »»

Why do plankton bloom?

October 3, 2018 Phytoplankton live in an extremely uncertain world. more »»

Rotary Happenings: Meteorologist covers hurricanes, storm season for Rotarians

October 3, 2018 Weather, clean water, and politics have been front and center discussion topics throughout the summer in Southwest Florida. more »»

 
 

 

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Don't Forget To Stretch!

October 3, 2011 Even the most diligent exercisers tend to forget one of the most important components of any exercise program –stretching. more »

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