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Enemy of the people?

August 16, 2018 “The fake news media.” “The real enemy of the people.” “A stain on the American people. more »»

 
 
 
Environmental hurricane

August 10, 2018 It’s a storm that blew no winds. No torrential rains poured down. more »»

Budget process begins

August 3, 2018 City Council will spend the next two months holding budget workshops, working with the Budget Review Committee, and accepting input from the public before convening a pair of hearings to set the... more »»

True Blue

July 26, 2018 If broken hearts weep, Lee County is bleeding blue. more »»

Going ‘green’

July 20, 2018 Pea soup. Guacamole. Slime green. Putrid chartreus. more »»

And so it begins

July 13, 2018 The words were scarcely out of President Trump’s mouth 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 6, 2018 With the Primary and General Election ballot races firmed up as of the end of qualifying last Friday, the 2018 election season is now sliding toward home. And very quickly. The Primary is Aug. more »»

Hometown spirit: Red, White & BOOM!

June 28, 2018 Cape Coral’s annual Independence Day street party, Red, White & Boom!, promises again to be the biggest Fourth of July bash in Southwest Florida. more »»

Libraries Rock!

June 21, 2018 Outdated? Facilities whose time has come — and gone? No, way, libraries rock — literally as “media centers” around the county keep kids reading throughout the summer with programs designed to reward... more »»

Be a hero, donate blood

June 15, 2018 Eight hundred donations a week. That’s how many volunteers need to roll up their sleeves each week to help Lee Health maintain the blood supply required for patient care. more »»

Fiscally tone deaf

June 8, 2018 The Lee County School Board boosted the district’s top administrator’s pay by 13 percent this week, adding a number of other goodies in his new three-year contract as well. more »»

How to kill a tax increase referendum

June 1, 2018 The city of Cape Coral’s reconvened parks master plan stakeholders group has held its first meeting to discuss the possible inclusion of two additional projects to the $60 million plan expected to... more »»

Time and money

May 25, 2018 If there is one thing you learn pretty quickly in the private sector, it’s that time is money. more »»

What we learned from Hurricane Irma

May 17, 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 10, 2018 Approximately 5,000 students across Lee County will mark the culmination of their high school careers starting this weekend with the majority held May 19-20. more »»

Scout us in

May 4, 2018 Boy Scouts of America announced this week a revamp of not only its program, but its service philosophy. more »»

Talkin’ ‘bout this generation

April 26, 2018 We’ve seen the mean memes. We’ve read some of the online pundits, have scrolled past the comments tagged to opinions and news storie. more »»

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

April 19, 2018 The amphitheatre of politics has never been a good place for the thin-skinned or those whose egos bruise easily. more »»

Tax man cometh late this year

April 12, 2018 Procrastinators who have yet to file their federal tax return will pick up not one, but two extra days this year to get their forms in to the Internal Revenue Service. more »»

S.E. 47th Terrace open for business

April 6, 2018 Progress is often painful. And it is never more painful than when the project everybody has been hoping for begins — literally — outside the front door of your home or busines. more »»

Season of hope

March 29, 2018 The signs of spring have been subtle again this year. Winter was mild, the rainy season has made no early entrance and the summer heat is still weeks away. more »»

 
 
 

 

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Editorials Poll

  1. Yes, all of them all of the time.
  2. Yes, most of the major outlets at least sometimes.
  3. Sure, a few. Every industry has its ethical fringe.
  4. Not the news outlets I choose to read or watch. This is not an issue for me.
  5. No, not at all, people sometimes just don’t like the facts.
  6. It’s not the news reports that are the problem; it’s the commentators media outlets employ to “analyze” the news.
  7. This is a politically manufactured issue, it’s not “the media” that’s the problem.