Editorial

East Naples Happenings

Coastal Comments

Donna Fiala tells readers about East Naples happenings in her column, Coastal Comments.

Will ‘Man’ Be Left Standing?


The movie, “The Defiant Ones” was produced by Stanley Kramer and released in 1958. It cast Tony Curtis and Sidney Poitier as one black and one white, who while chained together, escaped when being transported to prison. Shackled together and in total distrust of one another, they slowly and reluctantly had to set aside their bigotry and hatred toward each […]

The Arts are Coming to Collier County!

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On my vacation this year in Ohio we saw some really terrible roads! Some were so bad that you had to drive around the big holes, afraid your tire would get caught in them, and this was in Amish Country where the horses could step into one of them and break a leg. Yes, the horses cause much of the […]

Parents and Children Make the Transition Together

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Steve Stefanides talks about the emotions of parents sending their children off to school in his column, More Straight Talk.

Have a Nice Day — It’s Up to You!

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Donna Fiala tells readers about her trip to Amish Country in Ohio in her column Coastal Comments.

The Time is Overdue for Action

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Steve Stefanides talks about gun control in light of two recent mass shootings in his column, More Straight Talk.

LTE | Illegal Dune Vegetation Removal at Madeira


Klaus-Peter Voss gives his opinion in a letter to the editor on the illegal dune vegetation removal at the Madeira Condominiums in Marco Island.

LTE | Howling Wolves?


Russ Colombo gives his opinion on recreational marijuana on Marco Island in his letter to the editor.

Good News for Longaberger Basket Lovers

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Donna Fiala tells readers the latest news about the Longaberger Basket Company in her column Coastal Comments.

What Was I Thinking?

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Steve Stefanides talks about his summer travels in his column, More Straight Talk.


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