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Daniels’ newest offering set in Turkey

April 1, 2015 Some may remember the review of Joyce (JD) Daniels first book “Through Pelican Eyes” a “cozy mystery” novel set in Matlacha in the March 26, 2014, Eagle. more »»

Ladies of the Elks ‘Swing into Spring’ Fashion Show

April 1, 2015 By ED FRANKS The Ladies of the Elks held its final fundraiser of the season — a "Spring Fling" Fashion Show and luncheon — last Thursday. more »»

North Shore Alliance Church to put on Passion Experience

April 1, 2015 This weekend, you can experience the miracles of Jesus, the Last Supper, his arrest, trial, crucifixion and resurrection. The North Shore Alliance Church, at 330 W. Mariana Ave. more »»

Local ‘metro’ area No. 6 in U.S. in growth

April 1, 2015 The Cape Coral/Fort Myers metro area, which several years ago was ground zero for one of the worst housing collapses in history, is apparently recovering nicely. New data released from the U.S. more »»

Champions announced from 2015 Mullet Toss

April 1, 2015 Several hundred people gathered under sunny skies and warm breezes Saturday morning, March 21, for the Matlacha Mariner's 24th Annual Mullet Tossing Championshi. more »»

Author Randy White returns with a new Doc Ford novel

April 1, 2015 Sanibel writer Randy Wayne White is back. This time he’s writing about Cuba, baseball, intrigue, the fictional characters and fun writing style his readers have embraced for decades. more »»

Ozzie still on the mend at CROW on Sanibel

April 1, 2015 The rehab process continues for the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife's most famous resident, Ozzie the bald eagle, who is the male half of the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam's raptor duo. more »»

Behind the scenes at CROW shows how to rehabilitate animals

April 1, 2015 Once a wild animal leaves its nest, den or the protection of its mother, they are pretty much on their own for the rest of their lives. more »»

Randell Center acquires 5 more acres

March 25, 2015 The Florida Museum of Natural History’s Randell Research Center on Pine Island, once home to the Calusa Indians, has acquired an additional 5 acres containing two important shell mounds. more »»

Islanders react to Pine Island Plan review

March 25, 2015 Well over 300 people arrived at the Lee County Courthouse early Tuesday morning, March 17, in a show of island unity to preserve the Pine Island Plan. more »»

Mullet Toss attracts large crowd

March 25, 2015 Several hundred people gathered under sunny skies and warm breezes Saturday morning for the Matlacha Mariners 24th Annual Mullet Tossing Championship at Matlacha Park. more »»

County to review development guidelines for Pine Island

March 25, 2015 Lee County will continue its review of density guidelines for development on Pine Island. more »»

Razor's Edge barber shop burglarized

March 25, 2015 Last Tuesday morning, March 17, barber Charles Bregenzer arrived at the Razor's Edge Barber Shop, located behind Subway, to find the bathroom window open in the back of the building. more »»

Mullet Toss Championship event on Saturday

March 18, 2015 On Saturday March 21, the Matlacha Mariners will host the annual Mullet Tossing Championship at the Matlacha Park, 4577 Pine Island Road, just west of the bridge. The festivities start at 10:30 a.m. more »»

Rubber Duck Race raises more than $27,000

March 18, 2015 The Calusa Land Trust’s major fund-raiser for the year — the 17th Annual Great Calusa Rubber Duck Race — was held Saturday, March 7, at Woody's Waterside Restaurant in St. James City. more »»

Breast Fest raises $23,000

March 18, 2015 “I’m tatting for tatas,” said fiber artist Rebecca Murray, one of the vendors at Saturday’s Fourteenth Annual Breast Fest. more »»

Best of Pine Island contest under way

March 18, 2015 The ballots for the Best of Pine Island are available in today's Pine Island Eagle. Ballots will also be available next week (March 25). more »»

Record crowd attends meeting about Pine Island Plan

March 18, 2015 (Editor's note: The Lee County Com-mission was expected to vote Tuesday, March 17, on a proposal to have a law firm rewrite the Pine Island Plan. more »»

Fire causes only minor damage at Dairy Queen

March 18, 2015 Fire officials are continuing their investigation into a fire that did minor damage to the island Dairy Queen. more »»

Five acres added to Randall Research Center

March 18, 2015 GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- The Florida Museum of Natural History’s Randell Research Center on Pine Island, once home to the Calusa Indians, has acquired an additional five acres containing two mound. more »»



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