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Borkholder wins scholarship

August 2, 2013

Angelina Borkholder, right, is awarded the Roaring Lambs Scholarship by Sandy Krost, member of the Pathfinder’s Class of Bremen United Methodist Church. Borkholder will be a junior at Taylor University in the fall. The $500 scholarship was established in memory of Michael L. Devine in 1994 when he would have been a member of that high school graduating class.

Town council discusses gas station’s status

August 2, 2013

BREMEN — In the eyes of Bremen town officials, the dilemma of how to establish the future of the former Clark service station will not be resolved until the mystery of its recent past is unraveled.
The subject was a prevailing topic at the Monday, July 22, meeting of the town council.
What was once the Clark gas station and convenience store is now a significant eyesore at the juncture of Bowen Avenue and West Plymouth Street, one of the town’s most heavily traversed intersections.

Solid as a rock: Tri Kappa designates marker, donates to cause

August 2, 2013

BREMEN — Tri Kappa members recently dedicated its newly engraved rock placed on the east side of the playground at Jane’s Park. The rock designates the area maintained by the Bremen Epsilon Pi Chapter, which was established in 1960.
The Chapter keeps the park section weed-free, mulched and attractively landscaped as one of its projects benefiting the Bremen community.

Church responds to building concerns

August 2, 2013

BREMEN — Bremen United Methodist Church came together Sunday evening July 21 at “Digger’s Pond” for a long awaited and very special celebration event.
As the first phase of the church’s capital campaign is winding down, not only was it a time to celebrate the commitments made to the Scriptural Funding Campaign, but a time to reflect on the very long journey the congregation has made to reach this point.
Two United Methodist congregations, Grace and Salem, have each had a strong presence in the Bremen community for well over a hundred years.

Bremen cancer survivors meet Jeff Gordon

July 30, 2013

INDIANAPOLIS — Most of Bremen Indiana’s 4,500 residents know that SPB is shorthand for Shine-Pray-Believe.
The initials represent remarkable community support for three local boys recently diagnosed and treated for cancer within a 6-month span at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health.
On Thursday, July 25, sports-loving teenagers Dylan Shumaker, Brock Meister, and Seth Young were expected to share their cancer battle with four-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion Jeff Gordon at the 12th annual Jeff Gordon Bowling Event benefiting Riley Hospital.

Farm to Table charity event is Aug. 10

July 30, 2013

The second annual “Come to the Table” farm-to-table dinner and auction, featuring a multi-course meal prepared by some of northern Indiana’s most noted chefs in partnership with area farms, is scheduled for Aug. 10 as a benefit for the Family Christian Development Center.
The event, whose lead sponsor is Kountry Wood Products, will be held at the Coppes Commons in Nappanee, where places will once again be set for 300 people, using every available table space in the newly refurbished Upper Room. The dinner last year sold out.

Bremen man gets 10 years for making meth

July 28, 2013

PLYMOUTH — A 27-year-old Bremen man was sentenced to 10 years in prison for making meth and another year for resisting police.
Marshall Superior Court 1 Judge Robert O. Bowen sentenced Shawn E. Brown on Wednesday, July 24.
The prison sentences will run at the same time, Prosecutor Dave Holmes said in a news release. No time was suspended.
Brown admitted that on Feb. 15 he along with several other people were cooking pseudoephedrine-based products into meth at Country Place Apartments on West Madison Street in Plymouth.

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July 27, 2013

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Life after High School: The fine art of mastering fine dining alone

July 27, 2013

At some point, every college student must face a time when he or she is forced to eat alone.
By graduation, you will have inevitably experienced an awkward moment when someone asks if they can use the unoccupied chair across from you, your will face turn red with embarrassment and an intense urge to announce that you do, indeed, have friends will come over you.
When I first arrived at Indiana University in Bloomington, the thought of having to eat alone had never crossed my mind.

Military news: BHS grad Fernandez completes basic

July 27, 2013

 Army National Guard Pvt. Esmeralda Fernandez has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and field training exercises.

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