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New baby for a new year in Bremen

January 9, 2012

Nappanee family welcomes 2012 baby at CHoB
BREMEN — She isn’t Baby New Year but she is the newest baby born in the new year in Bremen.
Allison Danae Miller (Danae being the first name of her mother’s younger sister), was born at 10:23 p.m. Jan. 3, 2012 at Community Hospital of Bremen. Her parents, Debra and Marcus Miller, Nappanee, welcomed the 6 pound, 10 ounce, 20 inch-long bundle of joy to the family, as did her 7-year-old and 2-year-old sisters, and 4-year-old brother. 

Photographer/secretary finding another angle

January 2, 2012

NAPPANEE — Local photographer, chamber secretary, and “all around ad man” Dale Tobias — normally viewing things from behind a pen or a lens — is planning on looking at things from another angle, through the eyes of a retiree.
Not that he will slow down all that much, he said he’s “not ready to just sit by the fireplace with my feet propped up,” and that he might do some traveling … “see a little more of the USA.”

Some childhood inspirations lead to adult careers

January 2, 2012

NAPPANEE — Every little boy (and many little girls) at one time or another envisions themselves grown up and catching the “Bad Guy.” For one NorthWood High School graduate, that childhood desire led to a future of righting wrongs and putting (and keeping) criminals in their place.

Nappanee to be a winter wonderland

January 2, 2012

NAPPANEE — Whether Old Man Winter complies or not, Nappanee will be a Winter Wonderland Jan. 14 for the Embrace Second Saturdays events Jan. 14.

Stellar spellers to compete at NIE Bee

December 27, 2011

WAKARUSA — Ordinarily, one might expect the hallways of a junior high school to be buzzing with activity, especially in the days leading up to a much-anticipated Christmas vacation.
But during one recent event, quite the opposite proved true. Dozens of students were seated alongside each other in thoughtful contemplation, inching their way toward hopeful victories, through one carefully chosen letter at a time.

Baby wipes leading to sewer blockages

December 27, 2011

NAPPANEE — Gale Gerber, Water and Waste Water Superintendent/Manager, is asking parents to refrain from flushing baby wipes. During the Dec. 12 Nappanee Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Gerber reported that numerous sewer blockages have occurred in recent weeks which were caused by the disposable cloths being flushed down toilets.

Gingerbread, Goodies Galour at Main Street Coffee House

December 22, 2011

NAPPANEE — There was more than coffees offered at Main Street Coffee House during Second Saturdays events in Nappanee.
Normally the business, owned by Debra and Marcus Miller, offers fresh soups (some in bread bowls), signature sandwiches and many other tasty and popular coffee house items — but Dec. 10 candles in a variety or pleasant scents were sold by Trish Hostetler, and Barb George, owner of Goodies Galour, Bourbon, sold her delicious wares (such as cake “push-ups” and Christmas cookies) to customers passing through.

Sweet success for candy-making winner

December 22, 2011

NAPPANEE — The winner of a candy-making contest earned herself sweet success for her recipe for Butter Almond Toffee.
The contest was held in conjunction with Coppes Commons’ first holiday open house and Nappanee’s Second Saturdays events for December. Seven entries were taste-tested by lucky judges Alta Molebash, Ralph McCoy and Ron Bale, who each determined the winner by a numerical scale accumulated after evaluating each by its appearance, texture and consistency.

Callander offers final gift to library, schools

December 22, 2011

NAPPANEE — Representatives of the Nappanee Public Library and WaNee School system were pleasantly surprised recently by a generous donation from one of Nappanee’s native sons. 
More than $196,000 was given to the two institutions as part of the estate of Richard G. Callander of Scottsdale, Ariz., who passed away in June of 2009. Though he rarely visited his birthplace after moving to Arizona as an adult, Callander’s final gift is a testament to the happy years he spent there as a youngster.

East Lincoln Street project completed

December 22, 2011

NAPPANEE — City officials joined local residents last week in celebrating the end to construction along what is now being called the East Lincoln Street Corridor.
Construction there turned an alley into a city roadway along the south side of Coppes Commons. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Friday, Dec. 9 to mark the re-opening of the Corridor which has been under construction since April.
The City of Nappanee paid $108,976 for the construction. The State of Indiana paid the remaining 80 percent of the approximate $1.09 million project.

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