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CRC helps facilitate unprecedented STEM program for area students

March 12, 2014

CRC WILL MATCH LOCAL DONORS' STEM DOLLARS

The Culver Redevelopment Commission is offering to match any local individual, organization, or entity wishing to support Culver Community Schools' efforts to facilitate the new STEM-based program outlined in the accompanying article on this page -- no matter how small the financial contribution, until they reach a total of $10,000.
Expenses may include new computers, software, or other equipment needed in support of implementing Project Lead the Way's program, which are not covered by grant funds.

Doggie care -- to go

March 12, 2014

CULVER'S JOHNSTON TURNS LOVE OF DOGS INTO AREA'S ONLY MOBILE GROOMING SERVICE

Anne Johnston of Culver describes herself as "addicted to dogs," and she's channeling that addiction into a new service she hopes will fill a need and make life easier for dog owners in the area...and, of course, help feed her addiction at the same time!

Council paves way for new park appointment, considers land annexation, visitor’s center funding

March 11, 2014

The several weeks' delay in filling the two vacancies on Culver's park board -- which has left the much-debated board short of a quorum for most of 2014 to date -- appears to be nearing an end, after an announcement and action taken at the Culver town council's Feb. 25 meeting.

Culver bids Lawson farewell

March 8, 2014

Latham Lawson, a respected and familiar face in Culver for more than four decades, bid the community farewell earlier this month as he prepared to move to the central Indiana of his upbringing.

Culver's Kiwanis Club lauded Lawson at its Feb. 6 luncheon, where he recalled his four years of service with the Navy in Japan during the Korean War, his graduation from Indiana State, where he met his wife, the late Rita (the two wed in 1958; she passed away in 2010).

Park issues revisited at stormy town hall meeting

March 5, 2014

EDITOR'S NOTE: For background on the controversies fueling many of the discussions of the meeting covered here, see: http://www.thepilotnews.com/content/background-park-controversy-look-bac...

If, as was stated during the town council's planning discussion in weeks past, the "town hall" style meeting held Feb. 18 at the depot on Culver's Lake Shore Drive was intended to be focused primarily on the community's suggestions for the future direction of the town park, the meeting was instead dominated by an very different line of discussion.

Background to park controversy: a look back month-by-month

March 5, 2014

Editor’s note: In the wake of ongoing controversy and particularly last week’s public forum on Culver’s town park, some have asked
for more information on the events, issues, and debates which led up to present circumstances.

With that in mind, Culver Citizen editor Jeff Kenney has compiled
a what is intended to be a brief history of park board-Related controversy in recent years. Obviously no such endeavor will be complete or detail every aspect of debated matters, but the editor hopes instead to here present a general overview to help put context on matters of longstanding discussion.

Alcohol in the park among topics at Feb. 11 council meeting

February 25, 2014

While timing appeared to be the critical factor in preventing alcohol from being served at a dinner in the town park depot during last week's ice fishing tournament, discussion at the Feb. 11 regular meeting of Culver's town council also indicates the matter is still far from being devoid of controversy and debate.

Audience member Jean Rakich raised the issue during the meeting, saying, "I think it's all about the almighty dollar; if we open it (serving alcohol in the park) for one, we have to open it for all."

CVS drive-through, renovations expected by end of this year

February 24, 2014

Culver's CVS Pharmacy has maintained basically the same appearance since its 1974 construction as Hook's Drugs, but the wheels are in motion for a dramatic change, both inside and outside, as well as the addition of drive-through pharmacy service, by the end of 2014.

John Fulkerson of the Wheatfield, Indiana-based Hamstra Group, which will handle contracting on the project for the CVS corporation, sat down with members of Culver's town council Wednesday, Jan. 12, to answer council members' questions as to specifics of the work.

Culver Miller’s lauded for 30-plus years of service to Meals on Wheels

February 15, 2014

For over 30 years, Culver's Meals on Wheels program has been delivering hot meals to seniors and shut-ins across the area, and for over 30 years, Miller's Merry Manor nursing home facility has prepared those meals in its kitchen. That's a fact the Culver Council of Churches -- which has long been a local intermediary for the endeavor -- wanted to acknowledge by way of a "thank you" plaque recognizing Miller's, which was given recently at the facility.

Culver schools to discuss balanced calendar option

February 11, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY Culver is among Marshall County schools (others include Argos, Plymouth, and Triton) considering switching to a balanced calendar for the 2015-2016 school year, along with other area schools John Glenn, Knox, North Judson, and Oregon-Davis.

A presentation on the subject will be given at a special meeting Weds., March 12 at Culver Comm. High School, at 7 p.m.
School officials stress, “A balanced calendar is not the same as a year-round schedule.”

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