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Ice fishing has long legacy on Lake Macinkuckee -- a look back

January 7, 2012

Whether of not you’re considering doing some ice fishing over the Jan. 27 weekend during the NAIFC national tournament on Lake Maxinkuckee (assuming there’s enough ice, of course!), you might be interested in a look back at some of the historic data regarding ice fishing on our lake, as well as some past methodology.

Salary allotment for deputy clerk questioned at Culver council mtg

January 6, 2012

Culver's final town council meeting of 2011 passed rather briefly and quietly, all in all, even as council member Ralph Winters and outgoing town clerk Casey Howard marked their final turns.

The council passed, on second and third reading, its salary ordinance, following a question raised by council member Lynn Overmyer concerning the deputy clerk position. During her pre-election campaign this past fall, incoming clerk (then-candidate) Karen Heim discussed the deputy clerk position, suggesting replacement of retiring deputy Kay Davis could be delayed or the position streamlined.

Winter carnival slated to accompany national-level ice fishing tourney here

January 5, 2012

While many have enjoyed this unseasonably warm -- and relatively snowless -- winter, some area groups will be forgiven if their fingers are crossed for temperatures to drop throughout the month of January.

That's because Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee will play host to a national-scale ice fishing tournament the weekend of Jan. 27 through 29, expected to bring more than 100 teams, and plenty of winter fun for those not interested in ice fishing as well, including a kids' snowman building contest and ice skating camp.

Commentary: Cemetery flags should not be in trash

January 3, 2012

Editor's note: While the Citizen typically doesn't run Letters to the Editor on its website, the topic addressed here was one of much discussion in Culver lately, and proper protocol is explained herein, so the following letter is presented below, as it ran in our Dec. 29 print edition.

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Culver: the year in review, 2011 -- Part III

December 31, 2011

Sept. 1: Culver rolled out the red carpet for “Wounded Warriors” veterans, who were given a week of summer camp with their families at Culver Summer Camps and honored with a special ceremony and reception at the camp by Culver’s VFW, Knights of Columbus, and others.
The Lake Maxinkuckee Environmental Council and Fund formally announced opposition this week to the wind farm project proposed for Marshall and Fulton Counties. Among concerns cited were potential bird and bat kills and human medical concerns due to the wind turbines, as well as broader visual impact on the lake.

Culver: the year in review, 2011 -- Part II

December 31, 2011

April 7: The third annual Soup for the Soul community event, facilitated by local 6th graders, raised some $3,300 for area charities.
Culver town manager Michael Doss has announced his resignation for family-related reasons, though he is quick to point out the choice isn’t due to any local negative, and his family is fine.
Culver Community High School’s annual Sports Spectacular event -- pitting grades against each other and teachers against students -- is as popular as ever with crowds this year.

Culver: the year in review, 2011 -- Part I

December 31, 2011

A look back, week by week...

Jan. 6: Then-town manager of Culver, Michael Doss, described the more than $1 million in grant funds allocated to Culver in 2010, and the projects planned for 2011, including new curbs and sidewalks on Ohio Street and revitalization of Culver’s downtown area.
Culver Comm. High School senior Zoe Bauer broke the school’s existing basketball scoring record during a game against Caston, at which Bauer earned his 1,157th point.
Chris Kline departed from Culver Community Schools’ board after eight years of service there.

CES Santa’s Worshop assists students

December 30, 2011

Students at Culver Elementary School once again had a chance to purchase a wide variety of inexpensive gifts for family and friends at school thanks to the school's Parent-Teacher Organization and the assistance of administrators and teachers.

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.

Winter cabin fever? Try these Culver Public Library offerings...

December 27, 2011

Family Story-time at CUTPL

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