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Cracker Day Rodeo draws crowd

January 24, 2019 Judging by the crowds this past weekend at the 60th annual Cracker Day Rodeo, people really missed losing last year’s event to a rainout caused by Hurricane Irma. more »»

34th Fort Myers RV show this weekend

January 24, 2019 One of the longest running shows at the Lee Civic Center returns once again this weekend, as the 34th annual Fort Myers Recreation Vehicle Show rolls ibn for four days, showing off the latest and... more »»

20/20: ‘Prescribed fire’ has benefits

January 24, 2019 Remember when you were a kid and Smokey Bear would remind you “only you can prevent forest fires. more »»

Mark Lipton will be sorely missed

January 24, 2019 As president of the North Fort Myers Civic Association, I am saddened to pass on to the readers of this column and to those in our community the recent passing of North Fort Myers Civic Association... more »»

Rep. Roach sets Jan. 30 open house

January 23, 2019 Rep. Spencer Roach will host an open house on Wednesday, Jan. 30, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at his new district office in North Fort Myer. more »»

Lee County DOT announces temporary overnight closure to Corbett Road

January 18, 2019 Motorists who use Corbett Road in North Fort Myers during the nighttime hours are encouraged to seek alternate routes next week as a contractor for the Lee County Department of Transportation makes... more »»

Cracker Day Rodeo returns to Posse Arena

January 16, 2019 Last year, Hurricane Irma wrecked havoc on one of the longest running events in North Fort Myers, the Cracker Day Rodeo. more »»

DeSantis, Rooney take action on water quality

January 16, 2019 Florida’s officials are already setting their sights on algae. Newly sworn-in Governor Ron DeSantis signed an executive order Thursday in Bonita Springs to address the state's environmental crisis. more »»

Sheriff’s Youth Activities League to offer hoops program in NFM

January 16, 2019 Area youths who aspire to one day become the next LeBron James will have a place to go to compete and learn game and life skills, thanks to a partnership between two Lee County service provider. more »»

Florida Highway Patrol urges drivers to ‘move over’

January 16, 2019 Being a trooper for the Florida Highway Patrol is a dangerous job, with the toughest part, perhaps, being avoiding oncoming vehicles during a traffic sto. more »»

Strides for Education 5K to step off Feb. 2

January 16, 2019 The community has the opportunity to support the Take Stock in Children program, while getting their 3. more »»

NFM Babe Ruth holds registration

January 16, 2019 On the fields, kids were running the bases, catching grounders and fly balls and hitting off the tee under the watchful eyes of coaches, who would soon be choosing what players would be on their... more »»

Civic Association holds first meeting of 2019

January 16, 2019 The North Fort Myers Civic Association has a lot on its plate for 2019. The organization got a look ahead at its first meeting of the new yea. more »»

North Fort Myers loses community advocate

January 16, 2019 North Fort Myers lost one of its true advocates over the holidays when Mark Lipton died in England on Dec. more »»

Herons Glen breaks ground on fitness center

January 16, 2019 The residents of the Herons Glen community will soon have a new, state-of-the-art fitness center. Ground was broken on Jan. more »»

Art Walk makes debut at new location

January 16, 2019 Hampered a bit by competing events and a new location, the Lee County Arts Center Art Walk on Saturday, drew a small but fairly steady crowd. more »»

Cape Coral’s Tour de Cape set for Jan. 18-20

January 16, 2019 Cyclists and runners from near and far will gather this weekend for the 28th consecutive Tour de Cape, a weekend event featuring fun for beginners to experts alike. more »»

North couple welcomes first baby of 2019

January 9, 2019 A North Fort Myers couple are the proud parents of the first baby of the new year. Jennifer and Sean O’Grady saw their daughter, Adilynn, enter the world on Jan. 1, at 1:07 a.. more »»

ECHO earns Charity Navigator’s highest rating

January 9, 2019 When individuals or organizations write out a check to ECHO, they can be confident the money is going to be used efficiently and for what it is meant to be used for. more »»

Friedman a staple at academy

January 9, 2019 When North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts students take the stage for performances such as “The Nutcracker,” they are adorned with a labor of love. more »»



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