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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.

Giving of oneself is a gift that keeps giving

December 22, 2011

BREMEN — The true act of giving is giving of oneself and that type of gift is one that continues on long after the gift is received.
At St. Isidore’s in Bremen, many people truly gave of themselves, offering some 81 units of blood, each donation offering the chance for three people to continue living. Red Cross volunteer Anita Eckert, co-chair (with Barb Rzepka) said she has been involved with the American Red Cross blood drives since 2003 and that in Bremen, drives take place about seven times per year.

Miller awarded Pride of Bremen

December 12, 2011

BREMEN — Councilmember Rick Graverson proposed that the Bremen Town Council acknowledge Bryan Miller’s remodeling efforts with the Pride in Bremen award. The award has been given out for more than 16 years to those owners of homes and businesses in the community that show, specifically, improvements that make them more attractive. Nominees are suggested by town board members, and other town officials or residents, and only six awards are issued each year.

Winter weather means other teams are busy

December 12, 2011

BREMEN — While most teams have fans on the sidelines of courts, fields and pools, one team gets most of its favorable attention in the winter, while fans are toasty and warm.

Ringer completes Eagle Scout project

December 12, 2011

BREMEN — Although he almost quit Scouting, the big word is almost — as he didn’t. Instead, Matt Ringer went on to be the second Ringer son that has been promoted to the rank of Eagle Scout — something that isn’t easy to do, especially when you live in a family who totally believes in Scouting.

Physician awarded

December 12, 2011

BREMEN — The Indiana Academy of Family Physicians awarded Dr. Randall Suttor, MD the Family Physician of the Year. Dr. Suttor is an Associate Director at Memorial Family Practice. Dr. Suttor has been passionate about providing medical care beyond the boundaries of his home community for as long as he has been a physician. He has served as a medical missionary in many underdeveloped countries and spent two years in Papua New Guinea shortly after finishing residency. Through his stories of health care around the world, he provides motivation and inspiration for his students and residents.”

1:1 Initiative to provide advances to BHS

December 9, 2011

BREMEN — Next fall, Bremen High School plans to provide every student with a portable, wireless computing device as part of the 1:1 Technology Initiative.
“Each student will have their own device assigned to them, for use at school and at home,” explained Steve Gall, technology integration coach.
Currently Bremen High School has about 300 computers dedicated for student use in several labs, which must be reserved in advance by individual teachers.

Council not pleased with dept.’s actions

December 9, 2011

BREMEN — During a Bremen Town Council meeting councilmembers noted they were unhappy with the actions of employees within the town’s water/street department. A letter had circulated through Bremen that had reached the town official’s mailboxes and member Chad Baker brought it to the attention of those present. The letter alleges that a town employee took scrap during a town trash day and on the town’s time, using the town’s vehicle, the employee took the scrap to South Bend to make a profit — which the letter said was then disbursed between town employees.

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