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‘Toxic Puzzle: Hunt for the Hidden Killer’ hits home

August 16, 2018 On screen in the dark theater, a shot of the Baltic Sea came on screen. The water was pea-green in color. more »»

Congressman Rooney brings federal, state officials to see toxic blooms

August 16, 2018 Paradise Marina in North Fort Myers sounds like it should be a pretty Floridian place to visit. more »»

‘Early voting’ opens Saturday

August 16, 2018 Early voting for the Aug. 28 Primary Election starts tomorrow at 10 a.m. and runs through Aug. 25 at 10 locations across Lee County, three of which are located in Cape Cora. more »»

Irma-killed ‘zombie trees’ pose threat

August 16, 2018 Residents across all of Southwest Florida are still feeling the effects of Hurricane Irma that blew through almost one year ago. more »»

Cape Council to consider commercial vehicle parking

August 16, 2018 From the day he took office, Cape Coral City Councilmember John Gunter has made on-street parking of commercial vehicles and trailers in the South Cape a priority. On Monday, at 4:30 p.m. more »»

SW Florida Bleeds Blue raises money for fallen officer’s family

August 16, 2018 An event on Tuesday evening in Bonita Springs united numerous Southwest Florida public officials, local law enforcement agencies and first responders. more »»

‘Leadership Cape Coral’ program marks silver anniversary

August 16, 2018 The Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral's leadership program is celebrating 25 years of educating and developing leaders of the futur. more »»

ACT’s David Barbur Biker Brunch and motorcycle ride revs up

August 16, 2018 An annual motorcycle run and brunch that starts on Fort Myers Beach and ends on Captiva is taking sign-ups for bikers and riders. Hosted by Abuse Counseling and Treatment Inc. more »»

Cape restaurants concoct cocktails for Clean Water

August 16, 2018 Two restaurants nestled within Cape Coral boating communities have joined forces to help Captains for Clean Water during a time when blue green algae and red tide have impacted Southwest Florida... more »»

Congressional District 19 Democratic candiates to debate

August 15, 2018 Cape Coral Democratic Club will host a debate between Florida CD19 Democratic candidates, Todd Truax and David Holden this Saturday, Aug. 18, at 12:30 p.m. at the club's headquarters at 1216 S.W. more »»

Council gets fresh review on parks master plan

August 14, 2018 The Cape Coral City Council gave its Parks Master Plan great reviews Monday. more »»

Scott declares state of emergency

August 14, 2018 Gov. Rick Scott has declared a seven-county state of emergency due to red tid. more »»

School Board candidate charged with burglary with assault or battery

August 14, 2018 A Lee County School Board candidate was arrested Friday after a homeowner reported he entered her property without permission and then shoved a relative who asked him to leave. more »»

Pro-life activists urge Nelson to confirm Supreme Court nominee

August 14, 2018 Dozens of pro-life activists rallied in front of U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson’s offices on Monday to urge confirmation of U.S. Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh. more »»

City, Waste Pro to host Bulk Item Drop Off Events

August 14, 2018   The city is partnering with Waste Pro to offer Cape Coral residents free Bulk Item Drop Off Events on Saturday, Aug. 18, and Saturday, Nov. 17. Collection hours will be from 7-11 a.. more »»

Hundreds join 'Hands Along the Water'

August 13, 2018 Hundreds of area residents joined hands along the riverfront at the Cape Coral Yacht Club Sunday in solidarity with like-minded peaceful protestors throughout Southwest Florida, decrying the... more »»

Thousands attend Caloosahatchee Death March

August 13, 2018 Wearing black, carrying signs and even a coffin, more than 3,000 people turned out Saturday to mourn the death of a river. more »»

Man accused of shooting FMPD officer indicted for first degree murder

August 10, 2018 A Fort Myers man accused of shooting a Fort Myers Police Department officer has been indicted for first degree murder. more »»

Water quality update from Lee County: Blue-green algae cleanup under way in Cape Coral

August 10, 2018 Efforts to mitigate water-quality issues throughout Lee County continue under the leadership of the Lee Board of County Commissioners with county staff, contracted vendors and several state entities... more »»

Wild & woolly: Mammoth bone fragment found in the Cape

August 9, 2018 Utility workers stumbled upon a mammoth piece of prehistoric history last month when a long bone fragment was found during the North 2 Utility Expansion Project. more »»


Moose Lodge 2266 August 22, 2018

Moose Lodge 2266, 210 Homestead Rd., 368-2266, dart league at 7 p.m. Alcoholic beverages for members and qualified guests only. Lunch available from 11:30, 2 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m. - See more at: more »

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  1. I’m glad Gov. Scott signed it.
  2. I like raising the age of purchase, the three-day waiting period and other gun control provisions but not the “school guardian program” to allow teachers with duties outside the classroom and other staffers to be trained and armed
  3. I like the limited on-campus carry provision but not the gun control aspects.
  4. I like the additional funding for armed school resource offices and for mental health services but not gun control or allowing some staffers to carry guns.
  5. Gov. Scott should have vetoed  it.
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