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Culver man found in rat-infested home died of natural causes

April 26, 2014

The Marshall County Coroner’s office Friday afternoon confirmed that an autopsy was conducted on a Culver man found Wednesday night in his rodent infested home.

When one of Harvey Moore’s neighbors got worried about the 71-year-old man, they called police.

When Culver EMS and Marshall County Police arrived on scene Wednesday night, they found Moore deceased in a Redwood Road residence Coroner Bill Cleavenger called “rat infested.”

Anderson launches new Culver delivery service

April 26, 2014

Culver's Tucker Anderson is launching something new in Culver -- though in many ways, it's the return of something longstanding, tried and true.

A busy April 25 weekend in Culver

April 24, 2014

Arts and crafts sale, demonstrations Saturday
A Culver community arts and crafts sale: hand­made marketplace will take place Saturday, April 26, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Culver Public Library’s large meeting room. Knitting, jewelry, painting, crochet and more will be on hand. Come see what people in your com­munity make with their hands. There will be craft demonstrations throughout the day.

Town wide garage sales this wkd

First Culver Elementary science fair a success

April 24, 2014

Culver Elementary School inaugurated what is hoped to be an annual tradition last month in the form of an after-school science fair aimed at all elementary grade levels.

The event, held Wednesday in the CES gymnasium, was the brainchild of Culver Comm. Middle School teacher Tina Stacy and her husband Josh.

"When our kids entered school they had a huge love of science," explains Tina. "We remembered doing science fairs when we were young and just thought overall it would benefit all the kids to have the opportunity because it would keep the passion for science alive."

2014 Maple Syrup Festival: Origins

April 23, 2014

WAKARUSA --
On an ordinary day back in 1968, Eldon Martin was on the receiving end of a seemingly routine phone call that would change the course of Wakarusa history forever.
Martin had been contacted by a representative from the Elkhart City Chamber of Commerce. The caller wanted to know if Martin would be willing to share information about the Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival, so the details could be included in brochures that the chamber was printing for the 1969 calendar of local happenings.

CCHS principal Hanselman steps down

April 23, 2014

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WILL TAKE LEAD POST IN VOCATIONAL COOPERATIVE

Culver Community Schools have seen a number of changes in recent years, from the closing of Monterey Elementary School, to the retirement of former longtime superintendent Brad Schuldt and the arrival in January of current superintendent Dr. Vicki McGuire, among others.

Public weighs in on ‘balanced calendar’ at Culver Comm. Schools

April 23, 2014

While Culver Community Schools are among a host of area schools to present information for public discussion regarding adopting a "balanced calendar," superintendent Vicki McGuire emphasized to those in attendance at an April 9 meeting in the Culver Comm. High School auditorium that she is still gathering data and any move towards the calendar would be the result of a majority opinion from the public.

Culver water rate increase may be only alternative to plant failure

April 23, 2014

If a potential $12 per month jump on the water bills of Culver residents sounds like bad news, it would be hard to argue in favor of the alternative: a non-functional water system.

Those were the options presented as likely to Culver's town council at its April 8 meeting, when a public hearing took place regarding a possible loan through the state revolving fund to help pay for the $1.5 million replacement of the town's ageing water plant, which goes back some 55 years and is on its last legs, according to engineers and town management.

Parking, swim lessons will be free this summer at Culver park

April 22, 2014

Board approves changes in building funds, salary, piers, and outsourcing work as well
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Visitors to Culver's town park will no longer be paying to park in its lot on weekends and holidays, or for swim lessons, following a vote last week by the park board at its April 9 meeting.

Culver events - April 18 weekend and beyond

April 17, 2014

Kindergarten round-up tonight
Culver Community Schools’ kindergarten round-up will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 17 in the Culver Elementary School cafeteria. To be eligible for kindergarten, a child must be 5 years old on or before Aug. 1, 2014. Children do not need to attend this informational meeting with parents, however the kindergarten classrooms will be open to visit following this meet­ing. If a parent cannot come on April 17, please contact Culver Elementary at 574-842-3389, or 574- 542-4017 to make other ar­rangements.

Sing for a Cure concert tonight

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