Author Susan Lewis Scheduled to Re-Visit her Place of Inspiration

b00kBest-selling British novelist Susan Lewis is set to return to Culver. It has been about a year since her initial visit to the area to gather information and inspiration for her novel “No Place to Hide”. She plans to celebrate the release of the book with the community which inspired its backdrop. Continue reading

Culver Community School Board Discusses Money Matters

Culver Community School CorporationDuring the Monday night meeting of the Culver Community School Board of Trustees financial matters were the main focus. Aside from bond opportunity proposals, the board considered dates for advertising fuel bids as well as discussed an increase to adult school lunch prices. Continue reading

Animal-Lovers of All Ages are Urged to Attend this One-of-a-Kind Educational Safety Program

1FireSafetyProgramTomorrow at 10:30 am Eastern the Culver-Union Township Public Library is hosting a program that uses music and canine companions to promote safety education. The Kasey Program uses black Labrador Retrievers to teach children practical safety methods in a memorable way. Children learn the ‘stop, drop and roll’ routine along with other safety tips dealing with fire and animal safety. Continue reading

Culver School Board Takes Proposals Under Advisement

Culver Community School CorporationThe agenda for the Culver Community School Board meeting was slightly amended yesterday evening. Rather than having the bond refinancing opportunity presentation after the consent items, the representative from Bose McKinney & Evans LLP spoke first. Continue reading

Culver Union Township Public Library Updates StoryWalk

StoryWalkJust in time for LakeFest, the Culver Union Township Public Library has switched out the book on its StoryWalk. Visitors to the lakefront are invited to start reading their way through the town park at the pedestrian walk on Lake Maxinkuckee at the end of Washington Street. The latest book is “The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog.” Continue reading

Maxinkuckee Players Set to Present ‘Hello, Dolly!’

hdThe community theater in Culver that has been putting on productions for three and a half decades has spent months preparing for their latest show, ‘Hello, Dolly!’. Performers come from all over the northern Indiana area to audition to be a part of the Maxinkuckee Players. This year, about thirty thespians will grace the stage towards the end of July and beginning of August. Continue reading

Weeping Mulberry Tree to Stay in Culver Town Park

mulberryMonday night, the Culver Park Board approved the proposed plan to preserve a piece of park history. The weeping mulberry tree that was previously slated for removal will now remain in the park. The tree, which has been growing in the park for more than a century, is in delicate condition. Continue reading

Culver Union Township Public Library Blood Drive – Book Your Appointment Today

b100dMany things cease during the summer months such as snow and school but there is one thing that never ceases and that is the need for blood donations. According to the American Red Cross every two seconds someone in the U.S needs a transfusion. The Culver Union Township Public Library is doing their part by hosting a blood drive from noon until 5 pm tomorrow. You can do your part by turning up to donate. Continue reading

Save The Culver Town Park’s Historic Weeping Mulberry Tree

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A group of concerned Culver citizens got together last Thursday to collaborate and come up with a concrete plan to present to the Culver Park Board. Tonight they get their chance to propose a way to save the iconic weeping mulberry tree that has graced the park for over a century. Continue reading

Marshall County Emergency Management Agency Warns of Potential for Mold Following the Floods

MoldUp until recently, the storm drains could not keep up with the amount of rain coming down which led to regional flooding. Though most public roadways are now clear of water, many driveways, basements and crawl spaces are still experiencing flooding and overall wetness. Continue reading

Finances Discussed During Culver Schools Board of Trustees Meeting

Culver Community School CorporationVarious financial matters were among the items discussed during Monday evening’s Culver School board meeting. The last pay day for the 2014/15 school year is July 31. The new fiscal year begins August 1rst and the first pay day for staff is August 14th. Continue reading