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North Pop Warner starts new season

news@breezenewspapers.com After more than a month of practice, the North Fort Myers Pop Warner football program kicked off its season last week, playing against some of the best programs in the Peace River Conference. For the Tiny-Mites, the youngest group of players, the score doesn’t matter. For them, it’s about playing for the love of the game, learning about how it’s played, and the coaches making sure they stay safe. For head coach Joe Spencer, the most important thing is for the kids to have fun and learn and fundamentals. “We don’t keep score or any of that. It’s ...

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Patricia Jane Sloane

Patricia Jane Sloane, 77, of North Fort Myers, FL passed away September 23, 2020. Arrangements are in the care and trust of Affordable Cremations by Baldwin Brothers.

Letters to the Editor

Talk about scary

To the editor: The scariest aspect of Biden being our president is in handling the very complex and difficult job of foreign affairs to which the president has the most authority. Compare Trump’s management to Obama/Biden’s management. Under Obama/Biden, the Middle East went from ...


No fourth term for Dailey

news@breezenewspapers.com Come February, the North Fort Myers Civic Association will have a new president. During the group’s meeting at the North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce office last week, president Doug Dailey announced he will not run for a fourth term. “It’s like I’m ...

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North Fort Myers Civic Association supports concept of Paradise Isle

Paradise Isle, the largest development project in the history of North Fort Myers, is ready to become a reality as the official Hearing Examiner dates for this project will commence on Wednesday July 29 and continue through Friday, July 31. The hearing for Paradise Isle will be held in the Lee ...