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Ailing system

November 29, 2018 We are strong free market proponents. Competition between and among private businesses is the bedrock of a sound demand-and-supply economy. We endorse that predicate. more »»

Have a happy Thanksgiving

November 21, 2018 For some of us, the whole “pumpkin spice” thing is as old as childhood. more »»

Battle won, fight goes on

November 6, 2018 Southwest Floridians horrified by this summer’s unprecedented environmental disaster received some good news on the water quality front recentl. more »»

Give - but give wisely

October 24, 2018 One of life’s hardest lessons to accept is that where most of us see tragedy, there are others who see opportunity. That is seldom more true than in the wake of a natural disaster. more »»

Packed ballot Nov. 6; Vote-by-mail

October 17, 2018 Lee Countians planning to vote in the Nov. 6 General Election are facing a lengthy ballot. more »»

Winds of change

October 10, 2018 “Speak up! Be a disrupter. Some people think that’s a bad thing, but it’s not. It wakes people up. Make those phone calls. more »»

‘The media:’ Enemy of the people?

August 22, 2018 "The fake news media." "The real enemy of the people." "A stain on the American people. more »»

Environmental hurricane

August 15, 2018 It’s a storm that blew no winds. No torrential rains poured down. more »»

True Blue: A community mourns fallen officer

August 1, 2018 If broken hearts weep, Lee County is bleeding blue today. After fighting for his life for a week, Fort Myers Police Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller succumbed to his injuries Saturday. He was 2. more »»

SCOTUS nomination: And so it begins

July 18, 2018 The words were scarcely out of President Trump’s mouth last Monday when criticisms of his Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, began to flow. We have no problem with that. more »»

Vote-by-mail ballots best way to go this year

July 11, 2018 With the Primary and General Election ballot races firmed up as of the end of qualifying on June 22, the 2018 election season is now sliding toward home. And very quickly. The Primary is Au. more »»

Fiscally tone deaf

June 20, 2018 The Lee County School Board boosted the district’s top administrator’s pay by 13 percent recently, adding a number of other goodies in his new three-year contract as well. more »»

What we learned from Hurricane Irma

May 23, 2018 Due to the possibility of pre-season tropical storm formation in the Gulf this year, our annual be-prepared editorial is a little ahead of the official start of hurricane season. more »»

Congratulations to the Class of 2018

May 17, 2018 The majority of Lee County’s approximate 5,000 seniors will mark the culmination of their high school careers this weekend. more »»

Scout us in

May 9, 2018 Boy Scouts of America announced last week a revamp of not only its program, but its service philosophy. more »»

Mrs. Bush left words to live by — and much more

April 25, 2018 The amphitheatre of politics has never been a good place for the thin-skinned or those whose egos bruise easily. more »»

Public safety: The tip of the spear

March 28, 2018 Student safety is the School District of Lee County’s No. 1 goal, Superintendent D. more »»

Compassion before politics

February 28, 2018 In the wake of adversity, in the wake of tragedy, in the wake of the very worst that fate or man can throw our way, Americans have always paused and come together, if only briefly, to mourn those... more »»

No flu shot? Get one now

January 10, 2018 In the wake of what it calls “a sharp increase in flu cases,” Lee Health has restricted children 12 and younger from visiting patients in its intensive care units, pediatric intensive care units and... more »»

We will grieve, we will pray following recent ‘act of pure evil’

October 11, 2017 An “act of pure evil” gripped the American consciousness with blood-stained fingers on Oct. 1. more »»

 
 

 

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