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After years of advocacy for change, the Seminole Tribe of Florida Repatriation Committee has received a revised repatriation policy from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. more
A new book, “Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Immigrant Women Who Changed the World,” features Lupe Gonzalo. more
The second edition of the Homeowner’s Handbook provides updated guidance for Florida homeowners on disaster preparation and can help residents feel ready for approaching storms. more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) reminds you to help protect both people and bears by securing garbage and other items that might attract these animals to your yard or neighborhood. more
After many residents and business owners in LaBelle experienced heavy rains and flooding on Sunday, Sept. 20, the subject of understanding climate change and how it affects Florida became the topic of discussion on social media and around town. more
Abby Green to lead service at First United Methodist Church of Immokalee more
Every home cook has a few go-to recipes, quick and easy meals the entire family will enjoy. more
Several faculty, staff, and graduate students volunteered their time in June and July to assist a food distribution project in Immokalee. more
Despite COVID, Lipman Family Farms successfully distributed 1,400 backpacks to the schools of Immokalee. more
From putting avocados on toast, adding them to scrambled eggs, smashing them up for delicious guacamole, and even making milkshakes with them, avocados are a unique and versatile food. These … more
By Samantha MurrayUF/IFASIn the early days of the pandemic, as bare grocery store shelves prompted concerns about the food supply, many became interested in producing more of their food at home. … more
Photo Courtesy of UF/IFASThe famous Blue Tang. By Brad BuckSpecial to the Immokalee BulletinTropical fish hobbyists are pretty serious about their pastime. So much so that it’s a $40 … more
Immokalee Bulletin/Danika J. Fornear: The beginning of mango season. Collier County - Mangoes, known as the king of fruits, grow in many different places around the world and their color, flavor, … more
There were anxious rumors of possible protests, but love prevailed as thousands of people, both young and old and in-between, from every walk of life imaginable, gathered together in honor of … more
The FWC Fallen Officer Service for Julian Keen will be held tomorrow, June 22, 11:00 am, at The Venue at Mudge Ranch. Full honor guard will be in attendance. The Venue at Mudge Ranch1323 … more
Submitted photo/Neiva AshleyNurse Jessica Flores has returned to her home, in Immokalee, after being deployed to fight COVID-19 in Detroit. Jessica Flores has been a nurse for 9 years. She started … more
Submitted photo: From left, Patricia and Craig Jilk, Benefactors of the Jilk Family Center for Domestic Violence Wings 1 & 2, Shelter CEO Linda Oberhaus, and Lead Benefactors Shelly and Ralph … more
Ave Maria - Tropical Smoothie Cafe announced its One Million Smoothie Giveaway this month, after donating over 200,000 smoothies in April to the frontline heroes in the COVID-19 pandemic. Tropical … more
Naples - Limited curbside pickup is available at six Collier County Public Library locations Book Drops Open at All Locations On Monday, May 11, curbside service will resume for previously … more
Clewiston, FL – As our vegetable harvest season winds down, the people of U.S. Sugar announced today they will make another large contribution of 5,000 crates of Florida-grown Glades sweet corn to … more
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