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New year brings new guidelines, representatives

January 2, 2012

BREMEN — The Town of Bremen prepared for the new year with some new guidelines, appointments, and town representatives.

BHS named Four Star school

January 2, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Two Marshall County schools were named Four Star Schools for the 2010-11 school year by the Indiana Department of Education. 
Bremen High School and Webster Elementary in Plymouth had been notified of the award several weeks ago, but the public announcement was just released late last week.
Out of 1,780 public schools, 162 earned this distinction. Eleven of 238 non-public schools also received the honor this year. 

County task force honored for efforts

January 2, 2012

PLYMOUTH — The Marshall County DUI Task Force was honored this month with an award of “Best in the State — DUI Task Force” from Governor Mitch Daniels’ Council on Impaired and Dangerous Driving. The Task Force consists of officers from Marshall County, Bremen, Bourbon, Culver and the Plymouth Police Departments.
Presenting the award to area law enforcement members was Law Enforcement Liaison of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Phil Oliver, who said, “They have a very successful program in this county.” 

Students awarded for vow to be resistant

December 27, 2011

BREMEN — Fifth grade students from Bremen Elementary and (fifth and sixth graders) St. Paul’s Lutheran schools were awarded Dec. 9 for their commitment to be resistant to drugs, alcohol and violence. During the 22nd annual DARE graduation ceremony, the children were given certificates of commendation, a bumper sticker and a pin for their completing the 12-week course and agreeing to be drug and alcohol free.

Local attorney will become county prosecutor full time

December 27, 2011

Youthful aspirations can become a reality

BREMEN — Attorney and prosecutor David R. Holmes will serve his Marshall County position full time, cutting back his private clientele completely. As of Dec. 31, his private practice will close and no more will he represent individual or corporate clients. Additionally, he will no longer represent The Town of Bremen as its legal counsel, something he has done since 1975. 

Reliving the true meaning of Christmas

December 27, 2011

By Lola Whitmer
Correspondent
BREMEN — Last weekend, visitors to Bremen, along with local residents, took a nostalgic trip 2,000 years back in time to relive the night that Jesus was born.

Do you hear what I hear?

December 22, 2011

Students in grades 3, 4 and 5 at Bremen Elementary-Middle School presented the annual Christmas program, “My Marvelous Magical Sleigh,” Monday evening, Dec. 12 in the high school gymnasium. Students performed the following songs: “A December to Remember,” “Don’t Wait/What’s the Hurry?,” “My Marvelous Magical Sleigh,” “Rockin’ on the Housetop,” “Jingle Bell Boogie,” and “One Day in December.” The program was directed by K-5 music teacher, Karmen Leeper and the music performed was composed by John Jacobson, Roger Emerson, John Higgins and Mac Huff.

Local police to provide holiday security checks

December 22, 2011

BREMEN — The Bremen Police Department would like to remind residents who are leaving town for the holidays, a vacation or the winter season that its officers will provide security checks of residents’ homes while they are gone.
To participate in the program stop at the Bremen Police Department, 123 S. Center St., and complete a security check registration form. The department will need to know who to contact if officers discover anything out of the ordinary so that information needs to be available to them.

Reason for the season

December 22, 2011

Depicting what is the story that began the reason for this season, is Daulton Klink as Joseph and Shannan Miller as Mary holding the baby Jesus during the Holy Walk held on the farm of David and Paula Rader. The annual reenactment event brought thousand of people to Bremen last weekend. The full story, with more photos, will run in next week’s edition of the Bremen Enquirer.

Glow makes the holiday a little brighter

December 22, 2011

BREMEN — A tradition that is said to have begun in New York City Dec. 22 of 1882 has not been lost on Lolly and Mike Martin of Bremen. And should Edward H. Johnson, an associate of Thomas Edison who — as the president of Edison Electric Light Company — had a string of walnut-sized lights made to hang upon his Christmas tree have seen the glow from the home at 621 W. Plymouth St., he would’ve truly been brightened by the effort.
Lolly, born and raised in Colorado, admitted that Christmas is her favorite holiday.

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