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Council negotiates park ordinances

May 1, 2014

BREMEN -- Much of the Bremen Town Council meeting held on Monday night consisted of discussions regarding potential ordinances placed onto the three parks manned by the Bremen Parks Department.
Originally, the hope was to create one simple fee for all park ordinances discussed in the previous council meeting; breaking a park ordinace would result in a $10-fine. However council members decided that certain possible ordinances were more fair and reasonable to park users than others.
Sale and use of tobacco products by minors will now be prohibited and those in violation will be fined.

50 Years Making a Splash at the Park

May 1, 2014

BHS choir director sings for a cause

May 1, 2014

BREMEN — Bremen High School Choir Director Kathy Overmyer will host a concert all her own on this Friday, May 2 in an effort to raise money for her trip to Uganda this fall.
"I need to do my part to raise money and the only way I know how to do that is sing," Overmyer said.
The concert will be about 90 minutes long and feature a plethora of musical styles including country, blues, acoustic, hymns and showtunes.
"I love all kinds of music so you'll get a variety of songs," she said. "I'm just going to go through and sing all of my favorites."

New chamber director has big dreams for Bremen

May 1, 2014

BREMEN -- Anneka Parks has been the Director of the Bremen Chamber of Commerce for just a few weeks, but she's already making some very big plans.
"I want to see Bremen flourish in everything from retail to industry," Parks, owner of Country Chiropractic, said.
Parks went to college in South Carolina, but she returned to Bremen three years ago with hope for a thriving community she'd known years ago.
"I have a lot of faith in this town or I wouldn't have come back," Parks said.

** To read the entire story, see the May 1 edition of the Bremen Enquirer.

BHS Top 1- seniors explain the most influential people in their lives

April 24, 2014

Cristian Alvarado, son of Juan and Yolanda Alvarado - Most Influential Person Amber Reed

Police give helpful tips of disaster preparedness

April 23, 2014

BREMEN- The weather is warm and finally seeming like Spring! A time when everyone seems to be outside either playing, walking the dog or working in the garden or yard. While it is a wonderful time of year, here in the Midwest it is also the season that we find severe weather alerts including tornados.

Son buys out father's hobby store

April 23, 2014

BREMEN -- The hobby store has some not-so-new owners. Bremen Hobbies has been bought by the son of former owners Martha and Dale Heuberger, Andy- and his wife Theresa.
With the purchase, the new owners have a few changes in mind for the store. New products and an increased line are all part of the plan, just as soon as they clearance out all of the old products. Cake decorating supplies, crafting supplies and art supplies will all be gone from the store soon, to make way for even more model trains, cars and airplace sets, which is the store's biggest market.

Council discusses new well field

April 23, 2014

BREMEN -- Much of the discussion at Bremen Town Council meeting held on April 14 was in relationship to the potential for a new field in the park.
In November, the council was in discussions with PeerLess Midwest for a $3.65 million project for the engineering and construction of two wells. Since that time, the council has come to believe it will be in the better interest of money and resources to install only one well, with a 1,000 per gallon limit.

BPS search for new superintendent

April 10, 2014

BREMEN — The Bremen Public Schools Board of Trustees began their meeting Tuesday, April 1 with a resolution to elect a board of committee members to assist in the search for a new superintendent. The committee will discuss their search with stake holders, develop requirements and search through resumes in search of a replacement for Russ Mikel for the coming school year.
Bremen High School worked with Plymouth and Triton schools on site visits to observe Project Lead the Way Programs.

Swartlander Benefit raises money for Bremen youth

March 27, 2014

BREMEN — The Bremen Police Department hosted the 18th annual Swartzlander Basketball Benefit Thursday evening at Bremen High School to honor this year's beneficiary Jazmin Padilla, a student at Bremen Elementary. 

Each year, the benefit provides assistance to families throughout Marshall County with medical and daily living expenses. Jazmin was born prematurely and has undergone repeated surgeries stemming from multiple health issues ranging from epilepsy to pyloric stenosis, according to her mother, Angela Padilla.

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