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NFM High’s Taylor, Mariner's Minto state champs

March 13, 2019 Mariner's Christian Minto and Adolphus Taylor of North Fort Myers won state titles Saturday in the state Class 3A wrestling tournament at Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee. more »»

 
 
 
Taylor repeats as regional champion

March 6, 2019 North Fort Myers High School wrestler Adolphus Taylor didn’t get his winter season started until his fall season was finished, which was a lot later than anticipated. more »»

Thousands attend PRCA Fort Myers Rodeo

February 27, 2019 For the first time, the PRCA Fort Myers Rodeo was sold out for both nights, and for those who came and withstood the pre- and post-rodeo traffic, it was well worth it. more »»

Piney Road Field remnant of NFM’s past

February 20, 2019 In 1963, a group of North Fort Myers residents decided to build a baseball diamond for the fledgling North Fort Myers Little League on a piece of borrowed land on Piney Roa. more »»

Fort Myers Rodeo to return to Posse Arena

February 20, 2019 The seventh-annual PRCA Fort Myers Pro Rodeo returns to the Lee County this weekend with the hope it will be as successful as last year's event. It’s set for Friday and Saturday starting at 7 p.m. more »»

First Wiffle Ball Bash deemed a blast

February 13, 2019 Wiffle Ball lovers young and old gathered on the football field at the North Fort Myers Community Park this past weekend to play a game they might have enjoyed as a kid, or even currently enjo. more »»

Dock dogs fly en route to Worlds

February 13, 2019 Dogs of all breeds and sizes showed up with their masters this past weekend at the Shell Factory for three days of top-notch competition, running and swimming and jumping far and high in hopes of... more »»

Sportsman Expo drew crowd to civic center

February 13, 2019 Thousands of fishing and hunting enthusiasts had a difficult choice to make this weekend. more »»

Canine competition returns to the Shell Factory

February 6, 2019 Some of the most athletic canines you have ever seen will come together at the Shell Factory this weekend for three days of competition. Think of it as a doggie decathlon. more »»

Twins hold clinic at community park

February 6, 2019 Every year, the Minnesota Twins go to parks all over Southwest Florida to teach kids how to pitch, field and hit like a pro. more »»

Sportsman Expo returns to civic center

February 6, 2019 Most anything you want to buy and know about the sporting life in Southwest Florida will be had this weekend at the Lee Civic Cente. more »»

More teams sought for Wiffle Ball Bash

January 30, 2019 The North Fort Myers Civic Association has not only met its goal for its inaugural Wiffle Ball Bash, it has exceeded it, raised the bar, and is now looking for more participants. more »»

Baseball pros to share skills with young players

January 30, 2019 Opening Day isn’t until Feb. 16, but North Fort Myers Babe Ruth will be holding one of the most awaited events of the season this Saturday. more »»

Rec Center promotes new, old programs

January 30, 2019 The North Fort Myers Recreation Center has many programs designed for seniors, and it has just added two more. “Ageless Grace” is a class that focuses on brain health and fitness. more »»

‘Commitment’ defines NFM boys hoops

January 30, 2019 Leland Clifford has one expectation for the North Fort Myers High School boys basketball team: commitment. If you don’t show it, you’re on your way out the doo. more »»

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 »»

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 »»

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 »»

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 »»

Cheer carries torch for North Pop Warner

January 9, 2019 It was a rough year for the North Fort Myers Pop Warner football program, as none of its five competitive teams reached the Peace River Conference championship game. more »»

Host Red Knights finish 1-2 in Sunshine Showdown

January 9, 2019 After losing their opening round contest to Palmetto Ridge, the North Fort Myers boys’ basketball team finished up the Sunshine Showdown 1-2 overall, as the Red Knights split their final two contest... more »»

 
 

 

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  1. Sad to see it go, but there’s another store close by.
  2. Sad to see it go, it’s my store of choice.
  3. Distressed, there’s nothing else within easy walking/biking distance.
  4. Stores open, stores close. That’s just business.
  5. It doesn’t affect me.