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This Week's Lion's Pride

November 17, 2014

Front Row: Cynthia DeLara (1st Grade), Allison Jeffirs (5th Grade), Chase Schweisberger (Kindergarten)
Back Row: Allie Lynn (7th Grade), Jessica Hochstetler (6th Grade), Brady Martz (8th Grade), Ashlyn Brooke (3rd Grade), Deacon FitzSimmons (4th Grade)
Not Pictured: Rowan Lamaster (2nd Grade)

Marshall County Crime Time November 21

November 14, 2014

Indiana State Police
At 1:45 p.m. Friday, Troopers from the Bremen State Police Post responded to reports of a crash involving a horse-drawn buggy and a pickup truck. The crash happened on US 6 near Dogwood Road in Bremen.
Preliminary investigation by Trooper Rod Schuh revealed that the driver of an east bound Dodge pickup truck collided with the rear end of a horse drawn buggy that was also east bound on US 6. The driver of the truck, Laurie Bope, 44, of Goshen did not receive any injuries in the crash.

Police Reports November 13

November 12, 2014

Bremen Police Department
The Bremen Police Department issued 13 traffic citations and 27 warnings this past week.
There were eight ordinance violations.
Police investigated two instances each of Theft, Battery, Criminal Mischief and one each of Possession of Paraphernalia/Marijuana, with one Arrest.
Nicki Holtsman of Mishawka was arrested for a DWS with the Possession of Paraphernalia/Marijuana,

Bremen Fire Department Department
On Nov. 2: 316 Woodies Lane, General Fire Alarm and 1004 Roosevelt Road, Mutual Aid to Business Fire.

Michelle Houts Returns

November 10, 2014

The Bremen Public Library will have a Meet & Greet Open House, Book Sale & Signing on Nov.19 from 7-8 pm. Michelle Houts, Marshall County Reading Council’s Young Author’s Conference 2013 featured author will be autographing her books.
In addition to her first book, "The Beef Princess of Practical County," Michelle will have her new books. See michellehouts.com for information.

Only On the Web: Town 2015 Calendars

November 6, 2014

2015 Historic Bremen Calendars Now Available
“A Legacy of Bremen Student Art” is the theme for the 2015 Historic Bremen Calendar. The Calendar features ten (10) of the large murals painted by 25 Bremen High School students during the 1950s and 60s. These murals were originally in the cafeteria and later in the hallways of the elementary school. Last summer the paintings were transferred to the Bremen History Center by the Bremen Schools. This calendar should bring back many memories for past Bremen students and also make great gifts for friends and family.

Lion's Pride winners

November 3, 2014

Bremen Crime Time

November 1, 2014

For the week, the Bremen Police Department issued one traffic citation and 12 traffic warnings with seven town ordinance violations
There were three arrests, one case of Theft, one case of Possession of Marijuana/Paraphernalia, one case of Intimidation with Deadly Weapon and two of Public Intoxication.
The lone crash report was Oct. 24, on Grant St., a Property Damage Accident.
Arrests included Larry Baltes on Oct. 24, for Intimidation with Deadly Weapon, Disorderly Conduct and Public Intoxication.
Ryan Gray of Plymouth was arrested Oct. 29 for Possession of Marijuana/Paraphernalia

First on the Web: Bremen Honor Rolls

October 28, 2014

BREMEN ELEMENTARY-MIDDLE SCHOOL
2014-2015
1ST NINE WEEKS

4th Grade

All A’s

Caleb John Cullers
Grant Christopher Devine
Casey Dale Dietl
Zoe JoAnn Dingus
Angel Adrian Estrada
Madison Sue Gale
Mariana Garcia
Jackson Chais Gilmer
Delaney Godbold
Emma Kate Heller
Alexia Renee Hines
Galen Ray Hochstetler
Paige Madison Kertai
Grant Patrick Kiss
Megyn Alexandra Mann
Selena Gizele Martinez
Chloe Eliza O'Keefe
Isabella Rosario Padilla
Jacob Isaac Payne
Easton MacGregor Reed
Caleb A Singer
Isabella Rose Smith
Samuel Thomas Stiles
Braden Christopher Unruh

Bremen gifted with Fire Hydrant Flags

October 22, 2014

Enquirer Editor
BREMEN – Bremen started its first October meeting with reception of a great gift from the township of 100 hydrants markers.
As Alex Mikel of the water department said, “It is a generous offer.” This brings to 143 markers -- flags that make finding hydrants easier at night and during snow-covered conditions -- against 227 total hydrants.

On Stage Now

October 19, 2014

The latest offering from Amish Acres' Round Barn Theatre is Anne Frank. Read the preview in Thursday's Enquirer

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