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Six seniors hold DYW titles

August 29, 2011

Of the 15 young ladies that took part in the 2011 Distinguished Young Women of Bremen competition Aug. 20, six walked away with titles and money to assist in their future educational endeavors.

Bremen Police, Schools want cautious drivers

August 22, 2011

School opens Tuesday, Aug. 23 and the Bremen Police Department in cooperation with the Bremen Public Schools would like to remind motorist to be especially careful and watch for children on their way to and from school.
According to Chief Matthew Hassel, there will be an increase in child pedestrian and motor vehicle traffic Mondays through Fridays 7:30 to 8 a.m. (7:55 a.m. to 8:25 a.m. Thursdays) and after school Mondays through Fridays from 3 to 3:30 p.m. “It’s up to us to look out for these youngsters because they are not thinking much about safety,” he said, “They are too excited.”

New asst. principal for Bremen Elementary

August 22, 2011

BREMEN — New to Bremen Public Schools, Emily Kristina Tracy was named the K-5 Assistant Elementary Principal.
Her husband, T.J. Tracy, is a Quality Engineering Manager at Medtronic Spinal and Biologics in Warsaw.
“We grew up and currently reside in Wabash, Ind.,” said Tracy, noting that she and her husband are very grateful to be close to their parents. “It is important for us to have our children grow up knowing and having close relationships with their grandparents.” 

Area ‘decorators’ paint, but not in a good way

August 22, 2011

Someone “decorated” the Shadyside Park basketball court floor and the Sunnyside Park restrooms in an ugly way.
Wednesday, Aug. 10, town employees found threats and foul language spray-painted on the town’s public property and signed by members of The King’s Club in green and silver. A police investigation is ongoing with town officials and area residents feeling frustrated and disappointed.
Bremen’s Director of Operations Rich Martin said, “Its unfortunate that this happened in Bremen. The town takes a lot of pride in the public facilities.”

Bremen Public Library rich history displayed

August 22, 2011

The Town of Bremen has a rich history, remembered and acknowledged by locals that meet regularly to discuss such things. Attendees to the area historians’ meeting July 27 learned that the library has a past that is just as interesting as the town’s itself.
The Bremen Public Library Children’s Librarian Sandy Krost and BPL Library Director Marsha Patterson brought some of the past into the present, much of which they recalled from their tenure as employees there. Krost has been with the library for 25 years and Patterson for 34.

Los Gordos ready for business in Bremen

August 22, 2011

Most people wouldn’t like being described as “fat” but Irene Lopez and Efrain Esparza not only use the words gordo (fat man) and gorda (fat woman) as pet names for one another; they named their restaurants Los Gordos or in English, fat people.

Samaritan’s Feet makes its way to Bremen

August 9, 2011

An initiative that began 28 years ago in Lagos, Nigeria has made its way to the Bremen and Nappanee area.

Pride awarded in Bremen

August 9, 2011

At Bremen’s most recent town council meeting Kevin Hines was recognized with the Pride in Bremen award for improvements he has made to the business at 119 N. Liberty, formerly the location of the Bremen bowling alley. The award has been given out to those owners of homes and businesses in the community that show — specifically — improvements that make them more attractive.

Softball teams ‘knock out’ cancer

August 9, 2011

While perhaps not unprecedented, it was certainly unusual for girls softball games to be played with pink softballs; but that’s what happened Saturday during the knock out cancer event held in Bremen.
The big 14U game between the Bremen Knock-outs and the Nappanee Storm was played to celebrate the lives of those who have beat cancer, in remembrance of others who lost their battle against the disease, and as a fundraiser to help save lives in the future.

Bremen PD to get new K9

August 9, 2011

Donations still needed to provide
the service officer for community

The Bremen Police Department will be adding another law enforcement staff member in the fall. Patrolman Trent Stouder has been on the local force for nine years and will be the one acquiring the new partner, a trained K9 of his choosing. Working mostly second and third shifts keeping Bremen streets safe, Stouder is the one most likely to need assistance — though his physical stature and uniform including police equipment wouldn't show it.

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