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Submitted photo: A tomato showing signs of the crippling disease called bacterial spot. By Brad BuckSpecial to the Immokalee BulletinA destructive disease known as bacterial spot can ruin … more
Floridians are being warned about suspicious, unsolicited packages of seeds received through the mail that appear to be coming from China. As of July 28, at least 631 Floridians have reported … more
From speaking out about the safety of our children and teachers, to encouraging people to vote, awareness campaigns have changed since the pandemic has threatened our health and safety. Activism … more
Collier County - In order to vote in the Primary Election, eligible residents must be registered to vote by 12 a.m. (Midnight) on Monday, July 20, 2020. The Supervisor of Elections office is … more
By Dacona SmithChief Operating Officer,Walmart U.S., andLance de la RosaChief Operating Officer,Sam’s Club From the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, our focus and priority has been and … more
By Dacona SmithChief Operating Officer,Walmart U.S., andLance de la RosaChief Operating Officer,Sam’s Club From the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, our focus and priority has been and … more
Fort Myers – In a move designed to enhance the skill sets of entrepreneurs in Collier County, Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) will begin offering its celebrated entrepreneurship training … more
LaBelle - Concerned parents and school staff have gathered to form the group, “Hendry Parents and Teachers for Safe and Healthy Schools”, with the purpose of seeking and sharing information … more
Submitted photo: The Crumb’s Well Drilling truck was stolen from Montura and remains missing. On July 8, Timothy Crumb, owner of Crumb’s Well Drilling reported that his 2007 F550 Ford Well … more
Special to the Immokalee Bulletin/FAU: BOCA RATON — Using flow visualization of emulated coughs and sneezes, researchers assessed the efficacy of face masks in obstructing droplets. By Giselle … more
Caloosa Belle/Dale Conyers: Orchid tree is occasionally found growing in disturbed sites in the central and southern peninsula of Florida. It is native to tropical Asia but escaped from … more
LAKE OKEECHOBEE — The intense summer heat has brought with it algal blooms on Lake Okeechobee. Lake area fishermen have noted this is a common occurrence in the summer. As of June 29, the lake … more
Early morning on Thursday, July 2, 2020, a body was spotted floating in the water near Port LaBelle Marina docks, in Glades County. Port LaBelle Marina’s manager, Peter Sullivan, called law … more
Matthew Hing, a doctor who has been conducting important work abroad, for Partners in Health (PIH), will be staying in LaBelle during the next month. Dr. Hing is volunteering to help with the … more
In observance of the Independence Day holiday, there will be no trash, yard waste or recycling collection on Saturday, July 4th in the areas of Collier County serviced by Waste Management, … more
TALLAHASSEE — In a press conference on June 16, Gov. Ron DeSantis pointed to farmworkers as being one of the major causes of increased positive COVID-19 test results the state has seen in … more
TALLAHASSEE — In a press conference on June 16, Gov. Ron DeSantis pointed to farmworkers as being one of the major causes of increased positive COVID-19 test results the state has seen in … more
CLEWISTON — With the first event of the Roland Martin Marine Center Series 2020 season postponed in April due to the national coronavirus pandemic, the season opener was moved to June 13. And … more
Collier County Persons with Special Needs (PSN) who have dated contact information in their records will be receiving a notification through the Alert Collier System on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 … 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 … more
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