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Senator stops in Culver, touts education reform legislation

December 27, 2011

State Senator Randy Head (R), visited area schools earlier this month to discuss new legislation that would exclude the bottom five percent of ISTEP scores when they are used to evaluate students and teachers.

Head made stops at Culver Elementary, among other schools, chatting with Culver Comm. Schools superintendent Brad Schuldt and CES principal Chuck Kitchell, assistant principal Craig Hopple, teachers, and students.

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December 27, 2011

Family Story-time at CUTPL

Wesley Thrift Shop wraps up another successful year of giving

December 26, 2011

Culver's Wesley United Methodist Women's Thrift Shop has wrapped up another successful year, including providing a host of holiday-related items (at half-price the latter part of December) leading up to Christmas.

Of course, the store always offers just about anything you can imagine: there are books, games, dishes, hats, gloves and fancy sweaters. The profits from the shop go to support missions of the United Methodist Women projects there in Culver, in the area, the United States and throughout the world.

Christmastime in Culver, 1944

December 24, 2011

Editor’s note: I first ran across this charming bit of writing while researching the World War II years in Culver several years ago, and it seemed to me then -- as it does today -- worthy of reprinting and enjoying around Christmastime here in Culver. In fact, I ran it the first Christmas I was editor, in 2007, so forgive the repetitive nature of this week’s revisiting it. But particularly in light of our cover story on Pearl Harbor survivor and longtime Culverite Jim DeWitt’s return to Hawaii these 70 years later, it seemed appropriate.

A Culver Christmas 115 years ago: Dec. 25, 1896

December 24, 2011

The lead story in the Christmas day edition of The Culver City Herald in 1896 provides not only a warm and charming (local) holiday feel, but is also fairly instructive in the makeup of Culver's downtown businesses 115 years past. What follows is that story, "Culver City merchants right up to date: The holiday display in various store windows attractive and beautiful," with the editor's comments inserted occasionally for clarity's sake. In the article, the Herald "reporter" is quite likely then-editor George Nearpass, who ran the paper until 1904.

Christmas Eve and Day Church service times in Culver

December 24, 2011

Culver area churches' Christmas Eve and Day services include:

DeLong Lighthouse Church: Christmas Day breakfast: 9:30 a.m. (the men are cooking!). Christmas Day service: 10:30 a.m.

Emmanuel United Methodist Church: Christmas Eve services: 7 p.m., closing with a candle light service. Christmas Day: Sunday School at 9:15 a.m., church service, 10 a.m.

Grace United Church of Christ: Christmas Eve: 8:30 p.m. Christmas Day, 9 a.m.

St Mary of the Lake Catholic Church: Christmas Eve: 4 p.m. and 10 p.m. (Midnight Mass). Christmas Day: 7:30 and 11 a.m.

Culver dining hall plays host to epic iron chef battle

December 23, 2011

It was an evening reminiscent of Ali vs Frazier, Fischer vs Spassky, Celtics vs Lakers, when two titans of the sodabread world came together Thursday night at the Culver Academies Lay Dining Center.

Iron Chef Rex 'Rex-o-San' Harness, veteran of 34 years at Culver in many capacities including Baker, squared off against Chad 'Bad Chad', 'Leader of the Band', Chairman of the Board' Gard, Culver's Band Leader these past seven years.

Culver’s DeWitt returns to Pearl Harbor for 70th anniversary of bombing

December 22, 2011

Culver’s Jim DeWitt hadn’t seen Pearl Harbor in 70 years, but over the week of Dec. 7, he and a number of others present on that fateful day, were given a hero’s welcome at the area many -- like DeWitt -- last saw when the wounds of the victims of Japanese bombers were still fresh, families of the dead still in shock.

Election ongoing hot topic at Culver council mtg

December 22, 2011

Two town council members last week added their comments to existing voices concerning the controversy over accusations made leading up to last month’s hotly-contested Culver town clerk race.

During the Dec. 13 regular meeting, Council member Lynn Overmyer defended outgoing clerk Casey Howard, who was defeated by Karen Heim, describing the “mess of paperwork” and “disarray” Howard was faced with when she first took over the clerk’s position, noting Howard straightened out the situation “professionally and promptly.”

No. 6 Jays trump No. 8 Cavs

December 21, 2011

CULVER — North Judson head coach Phil Shabi thinks John Eckert has more to give.

Given the 6-7 senior forward’s dominant performance at Culver Tuesday, that’s really saying something.
Eckert scored from the inside, on the fast break and from the perimeter to put up a game-high 26 points while ripping down a game co-leading 11 rebounds, powering the undefeated Class 2A No. 6 Bluejays to a 74-47 win over Class A No. 8 Culver on the road at John R. Nelson Gymnasium.

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