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Bremen Kiwanis Kids Triathlon held July 19

June 24, 2014

Due to a spacing issue in this week's edition, the following press release will not be run in this week's edition of the Bremen Enquirer. Information regarding the Bremen Kiwanis Kids Triathlon is listed below:
BREMEN -- The Bremen Kiwanis Kids Triathlon will be held on July 19. The race begins at 9 a.m. at Sunnyside Park in Bremen.
Early registration is $15 per entry, if postmarked by June 28. Entries postmarked between June 29 and July 4 will be charged $25 to compete.
Entries will be divided up by gender and then into two divisions and three sections in each division.

Doctor's Hospital making strides in neuroscopic research

June 24, 2014

BREMEN- Located on Whitlock Street in this small town just south of Notre Dame and South Bend/Mishawaka, Doctor’s NeuroPsychiatric Hospital and Research Institute is one of few in the nation, which will fulfill a great need today and in the future noted CEO of the facility who spoke not only about their renovation expansion project at the facility but also about generalities of the need for care for those with brain issues.
“Science has been phenomenal extending life, but not keeping brain compatible with those years of life,” said Alan Fisher, CEO of DNPH.

Many staffing changes ahead at Bremen Public Schools

June 24, 2014

BREMEN --A continued list of staffing changes was reported during the Bremen Public Schools Board of Trustees meeting on July 17.
**To read this list, see the June 26 edition of the Bremen Enquirer.

Don't forget about the Bremen Little League Raffle!

May 16, 2014

The Bremen Little League will be selling raffle tickets for five dollars each between now and May 21. Prizes of Ipad Mini, TV, gift cards, cash and others will be up for grabs. Please support little leaguers if they come knocking. They are accepting local business donations for prizes in any form or denomination. Please contact Pam Brown 574-546-4354 for pick-up or mailing instructions.

Fallen officers honored at Peace Officer Memorial Service

May 13, 2014

** To read the entire story, see the May 23 edition of the Bremen Enquirer.

Council recognizes resident’s hard work

May 13, 2014

BREMEN — Bremen Town Council took a moment during the start of their meeting Monday to present the Pride-In-Bremen Award to Alex Baker for his efforts in making attractive improvements to his home and thus improving the look of the town. The award recognized his investment and accomplishments.

Bremen schools ranking high

May 9, 2014

BREMEN -- Ninety-two percent of Bremen Elementary third-graders passed the IREAD assessment this year, Prinicipal Larry Yelaski stated at the Bremen Public Schools Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday. The state average was 85 percent.

** To read more, check out next week's issue of the Bremen Enquirer.

Free recycling in Wakarusa tomorrow!

May 9, 2014

WAKARUSA -- The Town Wakarusa and Rebulb, LLC are offering free recycling of electronic and batteries to the residents of Wakarusa on May 10. All waste will be reycled by local, state and federal regulations.

Klockow discusses life's journey thus far

May 8, 2014

BREMEN — Take it from Chuck Klockow, owner of the Horse and Saddle Shop in Bremen, there's nothing wrong with trying new things.
It's so pushed in this world to do know what we want to do; I didn't even go to college until I was 21," Klockow, Bremen, said.
Straight out of John Glenn High School, Klockow joined the airforce at age 17. He travelled to Georgia to work for the military in communications and was later asked to travel to the White House to work in the White House Communications Center, where he worked with President George Bush Sr. and President Bill Clinton.

Council negotiates park ordinances

May 1, 2014

BREMEN -- Much of the Bremen Town Council meeting held on Monday night consisted of discussions regarding potential ordinances placed onto the three parks manned by the Bremen Parks Department.
Originally, the hope was to create one simple fee for all park ordinances discussed in the previous council meeting; breaking a park ordinace would result in a $10-fine. However council members decided that certain possible ordinances were more fair and reasonable to park users than others.
Sale and use of tobacco products by minors will now be prohibited and those in violation will be fined.

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