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Maxinkuckee Players to bring “Bye Bye Birdie” to the Culver stage

July 20, 2014

Culver has become more and more of a vacation destination, with people from all over the world traveling here looking for a home away from home, whether it is in the summer or the school year. With this in mind, it has become important for members of the community to find ways to bring each other together and celebrate what they love. This summer, the Culver Maxinkuckee Players have set out to do exactly that with their rendition of “Bye Bye Birdie.”

Culver-filmed movie ready for the market

July 20, 2014

-"LITTLE SAVAGES" PRODUCER UPDATES ON FEATURE FILM SHOT HERE LAST SUMMER

If there's one oft-repeated question on the lips of Culverites since last summer -- and especially as this summer has fully settled in – it’s, "What's the latest on 'Little Savages'?"

The not-so-good news is already apparent: the movie, which was shot in Culver last summer, has not yet hit cinemas across the world and become the instant hit most in the Culver area are hoping it will be -- again, not yet.

Culver Academies grad earns academic honors at West Point

July 15, 2014

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CALLED TO SERVE; DRIVEN TO EXCEL
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CULVER — Duty. Honor. Country. These three words are the motto for the United States Military Academy at West Point, a prestigious school with a history that dates back to the Revolutionary War.

A trip to the (Farmer’s) Market

July 10, 2014

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OR, 'HUMANS OF THE CULVER FARMERS MARKET'

History of crime in Culver at July 12 AHS event

July 8, 2014

A look at the great crimes of Culver's past is on tap for Saturday, July 12, starting at 10 a.m. as part of the annual meeting of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver.

The event will take place in the large meeting room of the Culver Public Library, 107 N. Main Street in downtown Culver.

Speaker Jeff Kenney will present “Crime, Punishment, and Culver,” which examines some of the more memorable crimes -- from bank robberies to murder mysteries, to just plain odd cases -- via an audio-visual Power Point presentation, following the business portion of the meeting.

Culver Elkay plant to add 100 new jobs

July 6, 2014

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TOWN COUNCIL DISCUSSED PLANNED ABATEMENT AT PUBLIC HEARING

The Culver manufacturing plant Elkay (also known as Medallion) plans to add some 100 local jobs over the next four years, as well as a significant capital investment of new machinery and equipment, with the assistance of a tax abatement from the town of Culver.

The Culver town council, at its June 24 meeting, voted to declare the Elkay property an economic revitalization area as part of its recently-completed tax abatement policy, following discussion of the Elkay plan.

27 year old drowning victim identified in July 4 incident at Culver beach

July 5, 2014

The victim of a 4th of July drowning at the public beach on Lake Maxinkuckee has been identified as Jose Cruz Lizcano, age 27.

Sonar technology was used by Indiana Conservation officers in the search Friday evening, after Lizcano's friends did not notice his absence for around four hours.

The drowning is the second in two years at the town beach in Culver, with last year's drowning of a 22-year old Plymouth man taking place just over a week from one year ago (that incident took place July 13, 2013).

Jim Brugh leads Academies’ retirees with 42 years

July 3, 2014

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Roush, Duckett, and Gleason also end their Academies’ careers

With the end of the 2013-14 came the close of the careers of four Culver Academies’ instructors – two in foreign language and a pair in leadership. Three of those retiring instructors earned emeritus status for more than 20 years of service to Culver. Together, the four totaled 108 years in Academies’ classrooms.

Lyman, Shepard, Urbin bid CES farewell

July 3, 2014

It has officially begun. The long awaited summer of 2014 has kicked off to a warm start, filling Culver with a newfound energy and a taste for excitement.

The school year has drawn to a close and the students have energetically taken to the beach, while their teachers have packed up and prepared for a much-needed break. However for some, this is the last time they will have to say goodbye to their classrooms and students as they begin various new chapters in their lives.

Park board establishes individual beach pass, updates on other matters

June 28, 2014

Individual -- as opposed to family -- beach passes are now available at Culver's town park, and at a lower rate than the seasonal passes issued for entire families. This after a recommendation from Culver park superintendent Marc Hayden and vote by the park board at its June 10 meeting.

Hayden told the board he had polled park patrons as to the notion of seasonal passes for a single individual, something the beach previously didn't offer, and was met with overwhelmingly positive feedback.

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