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Culver School Board Discusses Enrollment

September 19, 2012
Culver School Board Discusses Enrollment

 09/20/12 The topic of Culver’s School Board Meeting on Monday September 17th was enrollment. The official count was released and enrollment is down again this year. The numbers are Culver Elementary went from 498 to 480, the middle school was 187 to 165 and the High School was 271 to 261. The elementary lost...
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TCU Supports Literacy at LJH

September 19, 2012
TCU Supports Literacy at LJH

   09/20/12Teachers Credit Union has sponsored Lincoln Junior High’s Achieve 3000 student incentive program for the 2nd consecutive year. 7th grade students use Achieve 3000 in their Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science classes. The program is used to increase student’s reading levels through the use of non-fiction articles and 5 instructional steps.   LJH...
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M.C. Drug-Free Committee Announces Grant Applications

September 19, 2012
M.C. Drug-Free Committee Announces Grant Applications

   09/20/12 The Marshall County Drug-Free Committee announces that it is seeking grant proposals for the 2012 grant cycle.  The Committee awards up to $39,000 in grant funds for the following categories: (1) Prevention and or Education, (2) Treatment and (3) Criminal justice and or law enforcement. Grant applications must choose to address one...
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Culver Elementary has New Vice-Principal

September 19, 2012
Culver Elementary has New Vice-Principal

  09/20/12 Culver Elementary welcomes New Vice-Principal Erin Proskey for the 2012-2013 School Year. Mrs. Proskey is a Chicago, IL native who attended The University Of Illinois at Chicago for her BA and attended N.E. Illinois University at Chicago for her Masters in Special Education. She also has a Masters in Educational Leadership from...
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Bake Sale to Benefit Christian Snyder, Donations Needed

September 19, 2012
Bake Sale to Benefit Christian Snyder, Donations Needed

  09/20/12 Many in Culver will remember Christian Snyder’s battle with cancer as a teen. Many likely are not aware, however, that the radiation treatment which saved his life then is now threatening his life. At just 13, Chris was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. “We were told to be happy for every...
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DONNELLY COMMENDS U.S. ACTION AGAINST CHINA’S UNFAIR TRADE POLICIES

September 19, 2012
DONNELLY COMMENDS U.S. ACTION AGAINST CHINA’S UNFAIR TRADE POLICIES

  09/20/12 Monday, Congressman Joe Donnelly was pleased the U.S. Trade Representative took action by filing a case before the World Trade Organization (WTO) against China for that country’s unfair trade practices in the auto industry. The Chinese government has been subsidizing the export of autos and auto parts, making their products artificially cheap...
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Fly Fishing Training Offered by Park Department

September 19, 2012
Fly Fishing Training Offered by Park Department

  09/19/12 Signups are now being accepted for both the beginner and intermediated/advanced Tuesday, October 6th fly fishing sessions which are sponsored by the Plymouth Park Dept.  Both classes will be held at the Conservation Clubhouse.  To sign up, contact the Plymouth Park Department at 574-936-7255.    The beginning session starts at 9 a.m....
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Church Orchestra Holds Final Concert in the Park

September 19, 2012
Church Orchestra Holds Final Concert in the Park

09/20/12 The Marshall County Church Orchestra performed the last of their “Concert In the Park” series at Miller’s Senior Living Community Sunday evening, Sept 9th.  It has become tradition for the orchestra to play during National Assisted Living Week at Miller’s. The 6:00 p.m. concert began with the orchestra under the direction of Don...
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4 Arrested in Rolling Meth Lab

September 18, 2012
4 Arrested in Rolling Meth Lab

  09/19/12 Monday morning just after 8 o’clock the Marshall County Dispatch Center dispatched a vehicle traveling east bound on US 30 east of Rose Road was all over the highway.  ISP Trooper Jim Strong was in the area and located the suspect vehicle at US 30 and Oak Road.  He conducted a traffic...
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Olympic Chairs Designed by PHS Grad

September 18, 2012
Olympic Chairs Designed by PHS Grad

  09/19/12 Debra Lee Venti, 1985 Plymouth High School graduate, couldn’t be more pleased than to have chairs at the Administration Offices of the Plymouth Schools manufactured by the North Carolina company where she is a designer. The chairs are identical to those shown during NBC interviews at both the Winter Olympics in Canada...
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