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TBE offers cruises, more through the holidays

Tarpon Bay Explorers offers various ways to explore the bay that are great for all ages. It offers guided Nature Cruises throughout the day, led by a knowledgeable naturalist who can teach participants about local wildlife and the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge on ...

Visiting student completes triathlon

Andrew Greaves, a senior at the University of Alabama whose grandparents live on the islands, completed his own Sanibel Triathlon on Dec. 10 to help raise funds and awareness for Crohn's disease. He reported that the event was a huge success, and that he ended up swimming 1.2 miles in 42:30, ...

FWC approves regulation changes for flounder

At its December meeting, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission approved changes to the management of Florida’s flounder fishery. A stock status update suggested that the flounder fishery statewide has been in a general declining trend in recent years and is likely overfished ...

The Sanibel School

The Sanibel School, at 3840 Sanibel-Captiva Road, Sanibel, announced the following: SSJHS GIVES THE GIFT OF CHRISTMAS During the fourth week of December, The Sanibel School's Junior Honor Society is delivering student-made blankets to the NICU at the Golisano Children’s Hospital of ...

The Community House

The Community House, at 2173 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, will present the following: SENIOR AEROBIC EXERCISE Senior Aerobics will be held on today, Dec. 23, at 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. with instructor Mahnaz Bassiri. Bring your own weights optional. A $5 donation is suggested. PAINTING WITH ...

City council takes additional COVID steps

In light of the number of COVID-19 cases increasing both locally and nationally, the Sanibel City Council held a special meeting this week to discuss the city's existing virus-related restrictions. On Dec. 14, the council voted unanimously on measures involving the Sanibel Island Farmers ...

USACE: Lake Okeechobee releases to be reduced

The Army Corps of Engineers announced it would begin to sharply reduce the flow from Lake Okeechobee based on readings at the W.P. Franklin Lock and Dam beginning on Dec. 19. The announcement follows widespread reports of red tide in the region, which the Calusa Waterkeeper has blamed on ...