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Bremen School Board looks at The Crossing

June 22, 2011

BREMEN — Students who have problems with school, especially those who have dropped out, will have another option after the Bremen School Board approved a motion regarding The Crossing — an accredited alternative school.
The school corporation will be working with the Wa-Nee School District to have the option available for students who otherwise did not succeed at Bremen or at the Bremen Academy. Wa-Nee is asking that Bremen participate in cooperation with them in order to fill 25 slots for the program.

Bremen police to enforce town animal ordinance

June 22, 2011

BREMEN — During the summer months complaints regarding dogs and cats increase. To reduce these complaints and the potential for injury to animals and people the Bremen Police Department would like to remind animal owners of the town ordinances regarding domestic animals.
All animals must be properly restrained at all times, including when walking in the park, and owners are responsible for cleaning up all their pet’s wastes. Animals also should not be allowed to bark, howl, whine or otherwise disturb or annoy any other resident.

Memorial ceremonies include all involved

May 30, 2011

BREMEN — Memorial Day ceremonies Monday in Bremen honored all those involved in any armed conflict, at home and abroad.

Bremen Family Martial Arts hosts special guest; raises money for orphanage

May 30, 2011

BREMEN — Last April, Bremen Family Martial Arts had a special visitor come to the studio. In addition to learning new martial arts skills, students also had the opportunity to become a part of a great cause.

Triathlon training begins June 6

May 30, 2011

By Michelle Donaghey
Correspondent
BREMEN — Kids who compete in the triathlon this year will have an easier time finding their way down the routes. “We have added more barriers and guidelines so they don’t get confused on the routes,” says Sandy Moser noting that organizers have also “changed the transition area to make it safer” and have added a “spectator cross walkway.”
Those who wish to participate can get started soon by taking part in the summer training, which to is said to be the best part of doing this event.

Local posts busy in community

May 30, 2011

By Angel Perkins
Editor
Bremen VFW Post #8972 and American Legion Post# 191 members do more than share a building in town; they are active in the communities they have grown to live in and love. Evidence of that love was shown last Saturday as members replaced plastic military markers at gravesites of former servicemen and servicewomen, and put flags in the markers in honor of their service, for Memorial Day. Red Hochstetler, VFW lifetime member, said he thought the group put out “about six to seven gross” (at 144 per gross).

Bremen’s outdoor pool open swim begins June 3

May 30, 2011

Open swim will begin Friday, June 3 from 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. Daily admission for all swimmers is $2 per day. Family passes which consist of mother, father, sons and daughters are $85 and an individual pass is $40. Water aerobic classes are offered Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. (weather permitting). The cost is $2 per day. The pool can also be rented for parties. The price to rent the pool is $50 per hour.
Swimming lessons are held: June 20 through July 1 for session one; July 25 through Aug. 5.

BPS to provide free lunches in June

May 30, 2011

BREMEN – Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch?
On weekdays during the month of June, Bremen Public Schools is providing just that – free lunch – to all children age 1 through 18. 
“Bremen Public Schools feels it is very important for a child to get a healthy meal,” said Hope Andrews, food services director for BPS. “This summer program will help children get just that.”

Bremen Police honor fallen officers

May 30, 2011

A small crowd gathered around the flagpole in front of the police department in Bremen Saturday morning. They anxiously awaited the unveiling of a rock commemorating the service of Bremen police officers Tony Swartzlander and Chad Beeson. Both officers were killed —Swartzlander in the line of duty, in 1981 and Beeson while on active duty in 2003 in a car accident.
“This has been a long time coming,” said Sergeant Steve Pittman. “We wanted to do this years ago.”

Mother’s Day fire at St. Paul’s unexplained

May 17, 2011

The cause of the fire that started Mother’s Day evening at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and School’s playground is still unknown, but authorities are steadily looking for more information. Bremen Police and Fire Departments were called to the scene at 8:25 p.m. May 8 and quickly got to the business of putting out the flames. Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel said it was not believed that any type of accelerant had been used.

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