It’s never too late to pay your taxes, according to the Indiana Department of Revenue. State officials remind residents that if they filed a federal return, they need to file a state return, as well.
The Culver Community Schools Corporation has finalized the list of teachers for the upcoming school year. Three new elementary school teachers were officially hired during last week’s school board meeting.
Before the new school year gets underway next week, the Culver School Board reviewed the corporation’s summer food program Monday.
Culver Community High School now has a regular weekend tenant, but school board members had a few questions about what kind of precedent that sets going forward.
A Plymouth resident has been helping guide Indiana State Police troopers during emergencies for over two decades. Juliet Keeling recently celebrated her 20th anniversary as State Police dispatcher.
Victims of a work-at-home opportunity scheme may soon be getting some money.
The Culver Community Schools Corporation has formally agreed to work with the town on a proposed Stellar Communities project. The school board approved a resolution Monday expressing its support for Cavalier Park.
The Culver Community Schools Corporation will be able to continue its Title I program, but a $29,000 cut in the school’s Title I grant will make it a bit more difficult. The federal program provides resources to schools with high percentages of students from low-income families.
Marshall County saw a drop in its June unemployment rate compared to last year, but the actual number of people working has also declined. Last month, Marshall County reported 2.6-percent unemployment, compared to 3.8-percent in June 2016, according to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
When sixth graders at the Culver Community Schools corporation return to class next week, they’ll head to the middle/high school, rather than the elementary school. The change was approved by the school board earlier this month.
If you see a pop-up saying your computer has a virus, there’s a good chance it’s a scam. That’s according to Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill.
One of Culver’s proposed Stellar Communities projects will be discussed tonight by the Culver School Board. Board members will consider a resolution formally expressing the school corporation’s support of the Cavalier Park project. The plan is to construct a sports center on a piece of the corporation’s land that’s currently being used as a youth soccer field.
An ATV rider was arrested and his passenger was injured, after a crash near Koontz Lake Thursday night. Shortly after 11:00 p.m., emergency responders were called to the 20,000 block of 4B Road.
An off-road vehicle led police on a chase through the City of Plymouth Wednesday night. Plymouth Police say it happened around 10:30 p.m., when they tried to pull over the vehicle near the intersection of Markley and Western.
Mary Poppins is coming to Culver tonight. The Maxinkuckee Players’ production of the classic musical opens tonight at the Culver Community High School Auditorium.
A couple people were airlifted, following a pair of crashes on State Road 17 Monday. Marshall County dispatchers say one crash happened Monday afternoon near the 12,000 block of State Road 17. That followed a separate incident Monday morning, according to dispatchers.
A branch in the roadway reportedly led to a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 6 Monday morning. According to the Marshall County Police Department, Melinda R. Dodson of Walkerton was driving eastbound in a Ford Focus. She had just passed Tamarack Road, when she reportedly swerved into the westbound lane to avoid hitting the branch. Continue reading
Even though tax filing season is over, the Internal Revenue Service still urges taxpayers to beware of tax-related scams over the summer months. IRS officials say there are many variations, but most scams demand that taxpayers make an immediate payment to avoid being arrested.
Culver officials hope a Stellar Community designation will make the town more accessible to people with disabilities. Residents raised a few concerns with the town’s pedestrian facilities during last week’s town council meeting.
A Bourbon woman accused of stealing more than $30,000 from a Plymouth grocery store will only have to pay back about $18,000. Halie Zimmerman, 20, allegedly stole the money while she was working at Martin’s Supermarket last year. She’s agreed to pay back just under $18,000 as part of a plea agreement accepted last week in Marshall Superior Court I.