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Bremen Schools discuss makeup days

March 13, 2014

Bremen Public Schools Superintendent Russ Mikel formally announced his
retirement during the Bremen Public Schools board of trustees regular
meeting Tuesday, February 18. Snow canceled classes that day, but the
board meeting went ahead as scheduled.
"I'd like to thank the board, staff, students and parents for the
years," Mr. Mikel announced. "I plan to continue with my duties
through June 30th."
Mikel spent nine years serving on the board of school trustees. He
plans to stay in the local area. The board agreed to wait until a

Bremen resident making the big times in new film

March 13, 2014

BREMEN — Local Bremen resident, Craig Lemons continues to grow in the acting industry as he prepares for next month's Indiana premier of the movie "Sand Castles."

Bremen Castings redeems themselves with wastewater

March 7, 2014

BREMEN — In the Bremen's Wastewater treatment plant pretreatment program, it was noted that the 2013 testing for Bremen Castings found the company to be in "Significant Non-Compliance" for the third and fourth quarter of the year. A notice was issued to the local paper in regards to the situation, as is required by law.

Bremen host blood drive

February 6, 2014

BREMEN — There will be a Red Cross Blood Drive from 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12 at St. Isidore's Hall, 803 W. Bike St., Bremen. The theme if this drive is "Helping Save Lives is Always in Season. Give Blood This Winter."
There is an urgent need for Blood Donors.
Due to the severe weather experienced this past month nearly 600 American Red Cross Blood Drives in 26 states had to be cancelled. This resulted in a shortfall of some 20,000 units of blood and platelet donations.

Two Distinguished Young Women winners

January 29, 2014

BREMEN — Sara Slabaugh was named the Distinguished Young Woman for Bremen this year. Unfortunately, she won't be attending the state competition in March due to basketball conflicts.
"A couple weeks after that, I found out about the state sectionals and I'm the captain," she explained.
"We had to call over to the national people and ask what to do with the scholarship money and where it would go."
Instead, competing at the state competition this year for Bremen will be Bay Cope.
"I was sad that Sara didn't get to go and take this opportunity, but I'm also excited to go," Cope said.

Bremen New Year baby finally headed home

January 29, 2014

BREMEN — The first baby born in Bremen this year has already been through a lot.
"We had him on Friday night, Jan. 3," Jennifer Morawski explained of her son, Braxton. "When he was born, probably about seven hours afterward, he started having seizures and we transferred him to Memorial."
Due to his condition, the decision to announce his birth was withheld until last week, when the Morawski family received word that their son would be released Saturday.

Bremen High School Counselor Corner

January 28, 2014

BREMEN — With the influx of news this week, there wasn't enough room to place the entirety of the BHS Counselor Corner. As promised, here is the rest:

The following scholarships are available through local and national programs for high school students interested in furthering their education:

Woodies Scholarships — Woodies Supermarket will be available in the
Bremen High School Guidance Office. Applications are due back at the high school guidance office by 3:15 p.m. March 3.

Bremen Streets Department paves the way, road still slick

January 16, 2014

BREMEN — Last week was busy for the Bremen Streets Department.
With over a foot of snow falling over the course of a single day, Bremen Streets Department spent most of the day ensuring road safety for travelers.
“We had two shifts going,” Streets Superintendent, Alex Mikel, explained. “We worked from when the snow storm started to evening and then we switched swifts.”
Mikel explained that the first shift worked a solid eight hours while the other worked around six to clear the roads, and first shift returned the next morning to finish the job.

Bremen man found safe

January 16, 2014

BREMEN — Thursday afternoon a statewide Silver Alert was issued for Noble Heyde of Bremen.
“His family reported him missing and he didn’t come home from meeting friends for coffee in town,” Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassle explained.
Heyde was last seen at 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9.
“We had several, at least two, responses from Indiana of a possible citing and at 2 a.m. Friday he was located, driving in Tipton by the local police department,” he continued.
The Silver Alert was cancelled and Heyde’s family was alerted that he was found safe and was able to retrieve him.

Walorski visits D.A.R.E. graduates

December 10, 2013

The Bremen D.A.R.E. graduates were visited by a number of community members in celebration of their achievement.

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