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East shore of Maxinkuckee featured on July 23 historical bike tour

July 17, 2011

The Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver is once again partnering with the Bike Barn, 103 E. Lake Shore Drive, this time to present a tour-by-bicycle of the east shore of Lake Maxinkuckee, on Saturday, July 23, at 9:30 a.m.

Local monument turns 75 on Marshall County's, Culver’s anniversary

July 17, 2011

DESCENDANTS OF ORIGINAL PIONEER FAMILIES SOUGHT

One of Culver's least -known historical monuments will celebrate its anniversary later this month as plans begin to bring it more recognition.
Located on state-owned property at the southeast corner of State Road 10 and Queen Road, the hand-carved stone commemorates the arrival of Marshall County's first party of European settlers 175 years ago, on the afternoon of July 26, 1836.

Faulkners’ return to area brings medical expertise, community appreciation

July 14, 2011

A recently-returned couple whose presence here has enhanced Marshall County’s medical offerings spent some time last Thursday discussing their journey with Culver’s Kiwanis Club at the Yacht Club restaurant on Jefferson Street.

Stitching group remembers Sherwood at the fair

July 14, 2011

ARGOS — It all began when a group of casual acquaintances in the Marshall County area decided to take a needlepoint class together in Delphi in the early 1980s.
After taking the class, they decided to meet once a month to complete their project, a needlework Christmas tree. The group still meets today, but without one important member: Margaret Sherwood, who passed away last August from complications of a stroke.

Espich retires from Menominee Elementary

July 14, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Linda Espich went through high school with everyone expecting her to become a nurse. To her parent’s shock, Espich announced after graduation that she wanted to teach. Espich attended Indiana University, majored in general studies, switching later to elementary education, and started teaching at Washington Elementary School right after she graduated when a teacher there left to have a baby.
“I’ve never made a resume — I’ve never had to,” said Espich. “The principal asked me if I wanted her job, and I said yes. I’ve had the same job for 40 years!”

Sharing stories from WWII

July 14, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Sharon Cudney, assistant activity director at Miller’s Merry Manor, Plymouth, fears that the World War II experiences of her patients will be lost forever.
Two residents share their stories: George Born and William “Bill” Whitsell.
George Born, 86, was born in Plymouth. He quit school in his junior year and worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad for six months before being drafted in the Army.
George took his basic training at Camp Wheeler, Ga., and was immediately shipped out to Germany with the First Infantry Division of the 26th Infantry Regiment.

Lookout below: Skydivers abound

July 13, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Since they opened March 18, the sky over the northern edge of Plymouth has blossomed from time to time with dozens of skydivers who, according to Jenny Verner, a 17-year jumper herself, “want to experience the exhilaration at least once.”
Jenny, her husband, Steve, David Elliott and Troy Church, all sky-divers for years with experience totaling 30,000 jumps, love the sport so much that they have brought Plymouth Sky Sports to hangar B at the Plymouth Municipal Airport in order to teach others how to freefall out of the sky 10,000 feet up, from a Cessna 182, at 120 miles an hour.

Drill team kicks off fair with patriotic theme

July 13, 2011

ARGOS — As it has done since 2002, the Marshall County 4-H Drill Team presented a program to honor the men and women of the Armed Forces, opening the Marshall County 4-H Fair Sunday night.
The team, lead by Harry Eskridge, has been using the opportunity to show their patriotism. One of the speakers for the event was State Representative Nancy Dembowski, who has also been invited to the event for the last several years.

I injured in police car crash

July 13, 2011

PLYMOUTH — A Plymouth Police Department officer was treated for minor injuries and released following a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Oak Tuesday morning.

Plymouth doctor uses new technology to replace knees

July 12, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Grovertown resident Yvonne Daley, a Head Start teacher, knew she had to do something about the pain in her knees in 2009. She had been taking anti-inflammatory medication and pain pills prescribed by her regular doctor for several years, but at that point there was nothing else he could do for her.
“The pain just gradually got worse and worse,” said Daley, adding that it was during a Cub Scout trip with her son that the pain became unbearable.

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