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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.

Appliance store now open in Bremen

December 10, 2013

The first appliance store in Bremen in over 15 years opened its doors in November.
"It's something that my husband's been wanting to do for a while," Christine Swihart, co-owner of JS Appliance Outlet in Bremen, said.
Appliance stores went out of style when the big retail stores began offering lower-end equipment and customers appreciated the convenience of getting everything in one place. The nearest appliance store, which was in Nappanee, went out of business over a year ago.
Companies, however, still offer unique products to dealer-specific stores.

Bremen prepares for snow

November 26, 2013

BREMEN -- Now that the first snow of the season has hit, it's time to take a look toward the streets of Bremen in an effort to remain safe this season.
Specifically, snow plowing. The Bremen Streets Department will be on hand throughout the winter season, plowing the streets with seven different trucks. With that many trucks, it should take three to four hours to do clear each route separately.
"When it comes to snow plowing, we like the streets to be as clear as possible," Alex Mikel, streets superintendent, said. "We try to do our best."

BMS sends youth to DC

November 14, 2013

BREMEN -- Every year, the eighth graders of Bremen Middle School take a visit to Washington, D.C. to learn about the history of the country and explore national monuments of the United States.
They'll travel by motorcoach to Gettysburg and visit Arlington National Cemetery, spend time in a hotel, and visit many historical sites on the educational but fun tour, which will take place during Spring Break.

** To read the entire article, see the Nov. 14, 2013 issue of the Bremen Enquirer.

Bremen student named "Riley's champion"

November 7, 2013

Bremen High School took some time to honor one of their own students in an early morning convocation for his strength through adversity and his fundraising efforts.
Dylan Shumaker is a member of 2014 Class of Riley Champions. He is among seven statewide selected cancer survivors who were nominated by Riley Hospital Caregivers, Riley Children’s Foundation staff, school administrators and others inspired by their character.

** To read the entire article, see the Nov. 7, 2013 issue of the Bremen Enquirer.

EMu exhibit on display at the library

November 7, 2013

BREMEN — In the entryway of the Bremen Public Library each month, is a different exhibit for readers to explore. This month viewers may notice a unique collection of eggs and books, all from and about the Emu.
The collection comes from the home of Randy and Hilde Kraft, former owners of Drumming Bird, Ltd., in Denver, Colo. who now reside in Bremen.

** To read the entire article, see the Nov. 7, 2013 issue of the Bremen Enquirer.

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