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Lake sewer board gets two new members

November 16, 2010

By Brent Glasgow
Editor
BREMEN — While most were focused on state races and Republicans’ national rout of Democrats on Election Day, Lake of the Woods residents had some local turnover of their own.
Two new members will join the Lake of the Woods sewer board after Polly Manges and William Harner Jr. were selected over incumbents Joe Skelton and Joe Toth.
“Obviously I’m pleased with the results and will strive to serve the people and bring unity back to our community,” Manges said.

ISTEP improvement brings honor

November 16, 2010

BREMEN — Hard work by Bremen Public Schools personnel and students is paying off.
At a press conference Monday in Indianapolis, Bremen was recognized as one of nine school corporations in the state whose students have recognized substantial academic growth. The award is based on Bremen’s Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress (ISTEP) scores from last spring’s testing.

New hoops court now open

November 5, 2010

BREMEN — The outdoor basketball season is winding down, but local hoopsters have a brand new court for when the weather turns nice.
After two months of construction, the Bremen Park Department has opened the sparkling court at Sunnyside Park.
"We've been wanting to get a nice basketball facility down here," Park Department Superintendent Larry Kipfer said. "We had one up on the reservoir, but that thing kind of got bad and was never redone."
Built in 1980, the previous courts sat atop a million-gallon water storage tank. It included a significant incline from one end to the other.

Bremen misses out on aid package

November 5, 2010

By virtually all forms of measurement, times are tough locally, but not tough enough for the Town of Bremen to secure some valuable funding.
A commissioned study conducted by Ball State University to hopefully get Bremen a low to medium income grant — from the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs and the United States Department of Agriculture — found that it did not qualify.
The financial impact is significant.

Bremen High School continues to meet academic targets of AYP

October 15, 2010

BREMEN – Bremen High School’s record of excellence continues.
Since 2002, BHS has only missed AYP two times – once in 2006 and now this year – and both were in the category of graduation rate.
At the high school level, AYP is based on participation and performance in English 10 and Algebra 1 End of Course Assessments and ISTAR, along with four-year graduation rate.
In order to pass the attendance category, the BHS Class of 2009 needed to meet the target graduation rate of 88.6. The class scored 86.5, which resulted in missing AYP.

Bremen celebrates AYP success

October 15, 2010

BREMEN – When Bremen Elementary-Middle School Principal Larry Yelaska heard the news that his school made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) in all 25 categories for the first time since 2006, he was not surprised.
“I was relieved,” he said. “But I was not surprised. I’m very proud of AYP, but I’m more proud of all the things going on in the classroom every day. Our teachers and students have worked hard and significant achievements were made throughout the school year.”

Bremen a 'pilot school' for Ind. Parent Pledge

October 15, 2010

BREMEN — Bruce Jennings, Bremen High School principal, announced last week that the school is a “pilot school” in the newly launched Indiana Parent Pledge program.
Jeff Foster, a player with the Indiana Pacers NBA team, helped make the official launch of the program Oct. 4 in Indianapolis with Tony Bennett, state superintendent of public instruction.

All-American band

September 29, 2010

The Bremen High School Band was among 26 high school bands participating Sept. 18 at Ross-Ade field for Purdue University's "All-American Band Day" and joined Purdue in a half-time show that flooded the field with color and music from end zone to end zone.

Artists share an afternoon at the library

September 29, 2010

“An Afternoon with Area Artists” was just the thing for the first real autumn weekend of the year, and the Theta Delta Chapter of Psi Iota Xi sorority and Bremen Public Library teamed up to bring it to the community Sept. 26.
Featuring local artists in a variety of mediums, the free show provided donations of much-needed arts supplies to the Bremen Boys & Girls Clubs as guests enjoyed browsing the offerings and light refreshments to the sweet sounds of dulcimer music performed by Carol Spaid.

Theatre celebrates 10 years

September 23, 2010

BREMEN — The Bremen Theatre 10th anniversary movie showing was well attended with the 150-seat movie house nearly filled Sept. 10 with all ages, including a group of young people dressed in 1930s and 1940s attire.
Some came to see the renovations that have occured through the years Ijinio Flores has owned the theater while others wanted to see the silent cartoon and movie. They came the following day for the tour that included a look at the projection room upstairs.

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