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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 7, 2015, Marshall, Michigan Matth 7, 2015 • Vol. 136 No. 10 LIFESTYLE and LOCAL NEWS ■ i 614 S. Kalamazoo Ave. in Marshall, Ml • Phone 269-781-5444 and FAX 269-781-7766 • www.advisor-chronicle.comIn The Jieivs:Randy Davis a finalist for state superintendent position Marshall Public Schools Supenntendeot Randy Davis is among six finalists who will interview this week in Lansing to become the next state superintendent The annourx)ement by the State Board of Education was made Mardi 3 in the ongoing process to replace currerrt Superintendent Michael Flanagan, who is retiring by the erxJ of June. This is exciting news for me arxJ the district," said Davis. 'Wien I got the can. I was Hke, ‘Wdw.’ I was totally floored.* See etory on page 5k. City Council focuses on moving ahead Marshall On March 2, the Marshall City Council held a joint wofk session with the Marshall Ranning Commission to hear a presentation from Redevelopment Ready Communities staff regarding the dty’s application for certification to be a Redevelopment Ready CommurHty. *V/e are doing well in many areas, arxj we still have some work to do." said Community Services Director Natalie Dean, who had applied for the RRC program in the fall The courxsl also held a goal setting work session on Feb 20-21 with consultant Lewis Berxler to define what an ideal Marshall would look like in the future. See sloiy on page 2Homer School Board selects finalists in search for Superintendent The Homer Community School Board has narrowed the field in its search for a new superinterxjent Onsted Community Schools High School Pnrxapal Robert Wright arxl Harper Creek Comnxinity Schools High School Principal Matthew Montange have been selected as the two finalists. The distnct plans to have a new supennterxtent selected by the erxf of March with a start date to be determined at a later time. See etory on page 12VFW looks to increase membership with auxiliary groups ki his first year as VFW Post 4073 oommarxler, Bill Tlxck Jr. is looking for ways to irxrease membershf) arxf promote the post. “I have a vision to breathe life into our dying post." Thick said. There are no living World War I veterans and World War it veterans are passing away at the rate of over t.OOO per day. with Korean veterans not far belxrxi." To kick of! his new ouidok. Thick is working with the post to start a Ladies AuxMaxy and Men's AuxiH^ lo increase memberslxp. See alory on page 34Marshair Middle School hosts Teach to Lead Summit Marshall Middte School was horx>red by the U.S. Departinent of Education with an invitation to host a day-long Teach to Lead Summit Leadership Lab at MMS on Feb. 27. The purpose of the lab was to present the IF (lnterventx>n focused) Data Project, a student-centered systematc approach to making servse of the reams of student data that are currently collected throughout the school year. Attendees included educators arxf administrators from arourxJ the region See story on page 24 éTime to ‘spring forward’ It'S that tin>e of year again, where we "spnng forward’ this weekerxf as daylight-saving time officialiy begins at 2 a.m. on Surxlay, March 8. Moving the clock ahead can affect one's personal health, sleep habits and lifestyle. See etery on page 3STUDYING FORAnoui/ ñ.*Kvn CouA I * f ‘ .V «If . 4 -1» V; ...■jVrv ' «I '' 4 i The Marshall Civic Players is in final preparations for the upcoming performances of the hilarious musical. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Under the direction of Charlene Rucker, cast members are learning lines and their characters are memorizing spelling devices in preparation for the bee. Readying for the March 13 opening (and competition) are Tucker Hale, top, and Chris Howell, right, and, center from left, Sam Friia, McKenzie Schafer and Dan Kirby. See story on page 11

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