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Editor will be program speaker

May 29, 2013

CULVER — Lois Tomaszewski, managing editor of The Pilot News Group, will be at the Culver-Union Township Public Library for a program titled “The Scoop on Community Journalism.”
The program will be held on Monday, June 3, at 6 p.m. in the large meeting room.
Lois will speak about journalism, and the role a community newspaper has in a community like Culver. She will also discuss the future of community newspapers, and ways in which the community can be a part of the news process.

Sectional rout: Lady Lions down LaVille

May 29, 2013

TOPEKA — Coming into Thursday night’s Westview Sectional championship game with LaVille, Bremen had just three home runs on the year. The No. 6 Lady Lions doubled that stat in Topeka.

Thank Bowen for tax relief – then and now

May 29, 2013

You can thank Gov. Otis Bowen for tax relief – then and now.
Otis Bowen will go down in history as the governor who delivered landmark property tax relief to Hoosiers.
He also deserves mention for what happened on Mitch Daniels’ watch: a tax reform amendment to the state Constitution.
Relief is “lightening of something oppressive,” according to Merriam-Webster.
Reform is “correction of an abuse or wrong.” The first tends to be temporary, the latter more permanent.
That’s why Bowen lobbied for the Daniels tax plan in 2008 in response to another property taxpayer rebellion.

Project DARE wraps up 22nd year

May 29, 2013

PLYMOUTH — For Bremen High School’s McKenna Myers, DARE’s anti-bullying, anti-drug message carried a very personal importance.
“The most important thing in DARE is what I have experienced in my own life,” Myers said. “I have watched what drugs can do to you and your family.”
Like the more than 600 fellow Marshall County students, Myers recently completed the program. DARE is a police program that teaches students how to resist drugs, tobacco and negative peer pressure.

Grad rates released

May 29, 2013

INDIANAPOLIS — The state released the official 2012 graduation rates earlier this month, after the time for school district appeals had ended.
For schools in Marshall County, the results were mostly positive.
“The graduation rates that were released today were the official rates after there was an opportunity to appeal previous numbers released by the Indiana Department of Education,” said Bruce Jennings‚ Bremen High School principal.

Bremen Town offices will be closed, trash pickup delayed

May 24, 2013

The Bremen Town offices will be closed Monday May 27 in observance of Memorial Day. Trash pick up will be delayed one day. Mondays trash will be picked up on Tuesday and Tuesdays trash will be picked up on Wednesday.

Meth lab found in Bremen

May 24, 2013

BREMEN — At about 3:30 p.m. Sunday, May 19, Bremen police received a complaint of two unwanted guests at 421 S. East St., Bremen.
When officers arrived, the complainant directed them into her apartment where the two male suspects were at. Officers then discovered a working meth lab inside the home, according to Police Chief Matt Hassel.
Officers arrested Brandon Shackelford, 22, and Raymond VanBlaricom, 27. They were taken to the Marshall County Jail, Hassel said.

Lady Lions clinch NSC crown

May 24, 2013

Bremen’s softball team plated six runs in the first three innings en route to a 9-3 victory over visiting Jimtown, and the Class 2A No. 5 Lady Lions wrapped up a share of the Northern State Conference championship in front of a home crowd in Bremen last Wednesday.
Megan Stouder and Shelby Zellmer recorded three hits each for the Lions, who recorded 14 hits to Jimtown’s eight. Zellmer finished a perfect 3-for-3 officially with three runs scored and an RBI, while Stouder scored two runs with two RBIs.

Plymouth ousts Bremen at semis

May 24, 2013

BREMEN — A loss isn’t necessarily always a bad thing. Take Marissa Ross’ and Holly Stogsdill’s loss to Glenn’s Kyler Columbia and Allison Pudlo at last Saturday’s Northern State Conference meet.
The Triton duo seemed to have learned a few lessons in that defeat to their Glenn 1 doubles counterparts, and last Thursday they found the opportunity to apply them.

Honoring those that have served: Community members place flags on veterans’ graves

May 24, 2013

BREMEN — There are many events that have taken place in life which call for a remembrance.
Many Bremen residents take time to remember fallen soldiers through a noteworthy act.
For Kristy Barehead, manager of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8972, and other members of the VFW that means placing flags on veterans’ graves at Bremen Municipal Cemetery on Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 18.
The event is to honor those who have died and serving our country.
“It is our final salute to deceased veterans,” Rick Hardy said while at the VFW recent.

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