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Giving the state champ a ring

May 15, 2011

Indiana’s 2011 state wrestling champion Jeremiah Harvey, a senior at Culver Community High School and the first at the school to earn the distinction, was awarded his official state championship ring last week at the school. Harvey won the championship in February, part of a remarkably victorious season for community schools’ athletic programs. Presenting the ring is CCHS Athletic Director Andy Thomas, as fellow coaches (from left to right) Chad Hollenbaugh (assistant wrestling coach), Louis Posa, and Mike Buschman (head wrestling coach) look on.

Monterey Elementary School: a look back

May 14, 2011

Editor's note: in the context of the heated debate and subsequent closing of Monterey Elementary School at the last meeting of the Culver Community School board, this brief look back at the history of Monterey Schools appeared in this week's Culver Citizen.

What is today Monterey Elementary School has had a varied and vibrant career as, among other things, Monterey High School.

Happening in Culver this weekend and next week (May 13 on...)

May 12, 2011

There's a lot happening in Culver this weekend, and besides the 'Drums Along the Maxinkuckee' Living History Festival and car show, there's also...

Town-wide clean-up Saturday

This week's Mystery Citizen (May 12 edition)

May 11, 2011

This week’s Mystery Citizen is a local entrepreneur who’s become a familiar face in a number of community endeavors, particularly one specific organization.
Guesses may be emailed to citizen@culcom.net, dropped off in one of our drop boxes (located at the Culver Public Library and Culver Coffee Company), or call the editor at 574-216-0075.

Re-live 18th century life this wkd with 'Drums Along the Maxinkuckee'

May 11, 2011

Eighteenth-century history will come to life May 14 along the shore of Lake Maxinkuckee as Culver Academies host its seventh annual Living History Weekend.
“Drums Along the Maxinkuckee” will allow visitors to step back in time as they observe 25 to 30 historical re-enactors setting up their camps and displays on Friday night (May 13) on the Naval Building grounds east of the main campus. The encampments and demonstrations will depict life in the 1700s and is open to the public on Saturday (May 14) from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. All events are free.

If these walls could talk: 202 South Main (today's Lakeside Auto)

May 10, 2011

We continue our series of semi-regular journeys through Culver’s past as we look at the lives of historic buildings in the Culver area. For now, we're strolling down Main Street's east side in down¬town Cul¬ver, making our way south.
This week we pay a visit to 202 South Main Street (the east side of the street at the southeast corner of Main and Madison Streets), today's Lakeside Auto, owned by Steve McDaniel.

Monterey Elementary will close - board votes 5-2 to end operations after this year

May 10, 2011

Unquestionably there was anger and sadness, but when the Culver Community School board’s vote arrived Monday night to close Monterey Elementary School, few were likely surprised.

Council bids Doss fond farewell

May 9, 2011

A grateful Culver Town Council bid a fond farewell to Town Manager Michael Doss last week, as he prepared to leave Culver for his native West Virginia immediately following the April 26 meeting.
Doss told the Council and audience, “I can’t say how much this town has meant to me over the last couple of years, personally and professionally.”
Noting Culver residents and Council members were “very welcoming to me” when he first arrived in Culver, Doss praised the Council and Town Clerk, among others.

Members of CCHS `11, lauded by Lions, recall year of ‘love, loss, excitement, and anticipation’

May 7, 2011

from Culver Community High School and their families to treat them to a catered meal and celebrate their accomplishments by way of the Club's annual senior awards banquet, held last Wednesday, April 27 in the CCHS cafeteria.
After a well-received round of songs from the school's jazz choir, accompanied by pianist Ann Bigley and directed by Diane Derrow, Student Council President Mark Maes took to the podium to review the past year, which he described as one of "love, loss, excitement, and anticipation."

This week's Mystery Citizen (May 5 edition)

May 6, 2011

Our Mystery Citizen this week is a native Culverite and a familiar face to those frequenting a particular institution here.
Guesses may be emailed to citizen@culcom.net, dropped off in one of our drop boxes (located at the Culver Public Library and Culver Coffee Company), or call the editor at 574-216-0075.

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