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BHS Baseball Award Winners

June 21, 2013

The 2013 BHS varsity baseball award winners are, in front, Dillon Mullen: 4-Year Letterman, Most Improved; Bobby Cornett: Captain, MVP, Pitching Award, NSC Honorable Mention; and Wes Burkholder: Most Improved, 4-Year Letterman. In back are Bryce Cassel: Coaches Award, NSC Honorable Mention; Drew Coffel: Offense Award, Defense Award, All NSC; Eric Knepper: Captain, Offense Award, All NSC; Tyler Coffel: Captain, Coaches Award, All NSC; and Jacob Bennitt: Pitching Award, All NSC.

Diamond Spyders finish tourney

June 21, 2013

American Legion baseball
Plymouth Post 27 finished up the Terre Haute American Legion Baseball Tournament with a win and two losses Saturday and Sunday.
The Diamond Spyders opened the weekend with a 9-1 rout of Lafayette Post 11 but fell 10-6 to Evansville Post 265 in the second game Saturday before taking a tough 11-0 loss to Bristol Post 143 in six innings Sunday.
Clayton Adamson got the pitching win in the first game going the distance while giving up seven hits with five strikeouts and one walk.

Library slime!

June 21, 2013

Rachel Hall holds the slime she made at the Beneath the Surface program June 4 at the Bremen Public Library. The Read-To-Me program for preschool children Wednesday, June 19 from 10:30 – 11 a.m. is “Dig Into Gardens.” 
It is not too late to register for all the summer reading programs at Bremen Library located at 304 Jackson St. Contact the library at 546-2849 or go to our website at www.bremen.lib.in.us for more information.

‘Nunsense A-Men’ a success at Round Barn

June 21, 2013

NAPPANEE — Nonstop laughter filled the Round Barn Theatre, June 11, during opening night of “Nunsense A-Men.” The musical, scripted by Dan Goggin, offers comical skits in between songs.
The production is based on nuns working to offer a talent show fundraiser to cover costs of burying four dead sisters of faith. Through the nuns’ hilarious interactions, misunderstandings, slow-to-understand actions and a series of strategically placed non-spiritual comments, the audience filled the round barn with much laughter.

Woman gets 10 years for making meth

June 21, 2013

PLYMOUTH — A Marshall County judge sentenced a Bremen woman to a decade behind bars after she admitted to making methamphetamine inside her apartment.
Superior Court 1 Judge Robert O. Bowen sentenced Brandie J. Tomblin, 29, to 10 years in prison last week as part of a plea agreement on a single count of making meth.

Calendar: Things going on in and around Bremen

June 21, 2013

Walk, Run, Roll
BREMEN — The Lake of the Woods Property Owners Association is sponsoring a Run, Walk, Roll beginning with check-in at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 29.
The event is rain or shine and costs $10 per participant or $7 per child under 10.
The price includes T-shirt, continental breakfast, accordion water bottle, and raffle ticket for a chance to win a tablet.
Check-in is at LOWPOA building on North Shore Drive at 8-8:25 a.m.
Continental breakfast will be served from 8-10:30. The event is from 8:30-10 a.m. and is self-timed.

Yoder to lead NW team

June 21, 2013

NAPPANEE — When legendary Wa-Nee teacher and coach Steve Neff announced that the 2013-14 girls basketball season would be his last at NorthWood High School, it was a very bittersweet occasion.
The administration and school board were faced with what could have been a very daunting decision.
How does one go about selecting a candidate that would be worthy of continuing a victorious momentum spanning nearly four decades?

Column: Revenge: A dish best served without ink, paper

June 21, 2013

It seems society takes things way too seriously these days.
As is often the case in the newsroom, there is often discussion about what is happening to society, how it was different way back when and what needs to happen to fix attitudes, actions and behaviors. Sometimes the discussion is a little off-the-wall,a little sarcastic and sometimes irreverent.
Given the deadline pressures, balancing of multiple stories and covering sometimes highly-charged meetings, this is a way to release stress.

Petty, Heartbreakers solid in sold-out Indy show

June 21, 2013

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – In front of a sold-out crowd at Klipsch Music Center on Saturday, June 15, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers put on a solid show, playing most of the band’s iconic songs spanning over three decades.
“Nice to be back in Indiana,” Petty said before segueing into the band’s third number of the night, “Mary Jane’s Last Dance,” which prominently name drops the Hoosier State in the song.
“You don’t have to be home early, do ya?” Petty asked the crowd of about 24,500. “Maybe pay the babysitter something extra.”

BHS tennis awards

June 13, 2013

Winning an award in spring tennis at Bremen High School, from left: Andrea Strehler – Mental Attitude, NSC Honorable Mention; Morgan Smith – Captain, MVP, Most Wins, #1 Singles All District, All NSC; Haley Foster – Captain, ITCA Academic All-State, Most Improved, All NSC; Cassie Sears – Most Improved, All NSC; and Heidi Prawat – Coaches Award. Not pictured: Alexa Harshbarger – All NSC.

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