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Eagle Project Soars To Help Senior Center

August 29, 2014

BREMEN -- David Hochstetler wanted something permanent to establish his Eagle Scout project in town.
The Bremen teen knew other projects had included clearing long-forgotten cemeteries or other landscaping efforts. Others have erected signs or done community service work.
He wanted something to do with his hands.
And he found it.
Thanks to Bremen Parks Supt. Brian Main, he found a building in need of some TLC.

Crime Time Bremen and Marshall County

August 24, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY CRIMES
Bremen Report
The Bremen Police Department listed 17 traffic violations and 13 traffic warnings for the week just concluded.
There are six theft reports, two criminal mischief reports and one each Operator Never Licensed; OWI Controlled Substance; Operating While Intoxicated; Possession Of Marijuana; Operating While Intoxicated/Endangering another person;

Operating While Intoxicated/Endangering/BAC .15% or more; Leaving the Scene of a Personal Injury Accident; Operator Never Licensed w/ Prior Conviction; Domestic

Eagle Project Soars

August 24, 2014

A special mission helps everyone in town, but especially seniors. Read all about it in this Thursday's Bremen Enquirer

Schools Open With Usual Flourish

August 24, 2014

BREMEN -- The first day of school was the usual flurry of activity, yet preparedness by the staff made it seem seamless.
At the high school, the usual excited chatter, inspection of class lists and figuring out who you know is in class with you made for most of the conversation.
Quickly, the patterns began to be established.
In one history class, the instructor took charge immediately with a 15-question test.
Many students had laptop ‚"issues," so some of them had to fill out answers the time-honored way, with paper and pencil.
In gym classes, the workout room was in full use.

Bremen Town Party is On

August 6, 2014

Bremen's Sept. 27 town-wide "block party" sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce is ready to go.
Details in the Aug. 14 Enquirer

Barr celebrates 50 years in Bremen auto parts

July 3, 2014

BREMEN -- Dan Barr celebrated his 50th year in the car parts business this past June.He began working at Stacy's Auto Parts (owned by Ernie and Fran Stacy) in 1964 during the summer of junior and senior year in high school. It was a small store behind the Bremen Hotel. In 1965, the store was moved to the old Roeder Chevy Building.

Bremen's TIF to expand

July 3, 2014

BREMEN -- Last Monday's Bremen Town Council meeting was preceeded by a meeting of the Bremen Planning Commission, previously approved by the BZA, to approve a resolution to expand the Tax Increment Financing District at at the new Coleman Cable at Plymouth Street and North Street and the new Universal Bearings property.

Sky Knights to take over Bremen skies

July 3, 2014

BREMEN -- The Sky Knights, a Bremen-based model aircraft club, will hold its annual Corn and Sausage Fly-in on Sunday, July 13 at the group's flying field. The field is located just south of Bremen at 5593 Fir Road.

Gates for the event will open at 9 a.m. There is no charge and the public is invited to attend at any time during the day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

There will be a meal available at the fly-in from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. including sweet corn, sausage and a drink.

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.

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