It’s almost time for the Marshall County Blueberry Festival, and once again, the festival promises fun and entertainment for the entire family. Continue reading
A loose group of organizers is hoping to identify issues related to the production of local food, and maybe improve health and nutrition in the process.
The Town of Culver got their first taste of an ordinance that looks to better control unsafe buildings in Marshall County.
Helicopter rides, a Corn Hole Tournament, and a three-on-three basketball tournament are just some of the attractions at this year’s Marshall County Blueberry Festival. Continue reading
The climate data is present now, but local officials with Purdue Extension say the effects may not be seen for several months.
The Town of Culver could soon develop a permit for special events requiring a police presence.
An ordinance outlining a possible fee schedule was introduced during a meeting Monday night. That ordinance, if adopted, would assess fees for events over a certain size or time limits. Permits would only be issued for events requiring the use of public property.
The Marshall County Blueberry Festival is right around the corner, but organizers say they can still use your help with setting up. Continue reading
Two human cases of West Nile Virus have prompted health officials in central Indiana to provide additional information to the public.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is looking to recruit teachers trained in the STEM fields.
The Culver Town Council may soon be considering whether to punish property owners with repeated false fire alarm calls.
The Marshall County Blueberry Festival may still be over a week away, but you don’t have to wait to start planning for your visit. Continue reading
Today’s the first day of classes at Ancilla College. President Ken Zirkle says the school’s first residence hall means more students, Continue reading
The Culver Town Council will be introducing an ordinance to better manage false fire alarms.
Tonight’s meeting – which was moved from Tuesday to Monday this week – will see an ordinance considered and discussed about controlling the number of false fire alarms.
Ancilla College’s first students to live on campus finished moving in yesterday. Continue reading
Marshall County Police will be conducting sobriety patrols and checkpoints around the clock for the next couple of weeks. It’s part of the the 2015 nationwide Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign. Continue reading
The Indiana Parks Alliance has donated funds that will allow more than students from 22 Indiana schools to learn more about the outdoors.
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly says he will be supporting the proposed Iran nuclear agreement.
After playing things close to the vest for some time, Senator Donnelly said in a statement that a nuclear-armed Iran would pose a threat to the security of the United States.
An area World War II veteran says he was slated for missions to Japan, but the fighting came to an end prior to his deployment.
The Culver School Board has chosen financial advising firm Umbaugh to help with bond refunding. Continue reading
The new residence hall at Ancilla College is ready for the rest of the student body to move in on Friday. The Most Reverend Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades of the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese blessed the building during a ceremony yesterday in Donaldson attended by about 200 people. He says the word “Ancilla” is Latin for “handmaid.” When Mary was asked by the angel Gabriel if she would say yes to being the mother of the son of God, she answered, “I am the handmaid of the Lord, let it be done to me according to your work.” Bishop Rhoades says that act of faith inspired the sisters of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ to found Ancilla College. Continue reading