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BREMEN—Bremen Public Schools (BPS), like other schools in the area, are preparing for the new standards in science that will be fully effective in Indiana schools for the 2023-2024 school year. As such they are reviewing textbook options to implement next year. “A lot of information has been…

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It’s hunting season again, and hunters from across the area are spending their spare time out in the fields and forests looking for that perfect buck or doe. Pictured here is Max Baker of Bremen with his nine-point buck, which he shot in the first week of gun season. White tail deer archery …

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BREMEN—The Bremen Public School (BPS) board approved a resolution that will allow the corporation to extend their financial appropriation so that they can purchase a bond that will enable them to begin working on various improvement projects in the school buildings, including replacing windo…

BREMEN—Laura Walls, the President of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC), reported to the Bremen Town Council about the advancements that have been made in the county through the corporation’s efforts, after which the council posed some questions and requests for the MCEDC.

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Emma Heller, pictured here, took home the $1,000 during the Bremen High School’s Distinguished Young Woman (DYW) Showcase. First runner up was Selena Martinez and second runner-up was Bella Smith. “Thank you to everyone who sponsored, donated, and/or attended the DYW Showcase!” Principal Bru…

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During the Bremen Town Council meeting, Ken Jones of JPR Engineering presented three ordinances, through which the town adopted Title II of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). The resolutions specifically adopted the ‘Notice under the ADA,’ the ‘ADA Grievances Procedure under the Ameri…

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A concerned citizen commented at the Bremen Town Council meeting last Monday about the Jackson St. Project and how it will remove some of the parking spots for firefighters only. The project includes building a gazebo that will be smaller but similar in design to the Nappanee downtown pavilion.

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Bremen Public Schools held new certified staff orientation on Aug. 4-5. Pictured here, front row, left to right: Laura Andujar, Madison Smith, Jessi Proud, Cait Stout, Seth Hartshorne, and Amber Williams. Back Row: Allison Meister, Lexy Figg, Mitchell Calderone, Mandi Creighton, Dylan Shumak…

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AREA—Several customers, including municipalities, in Marshall County have been complaining about inadequate trash pick-up and many have either called or had in-person meetings with Republic Trash Service. After much discussion, Republic began assuring local municipalities that they have impl…

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BREMEN—After the school year ended, Bremen Elementary and Middle School (BEMS) began looking to fill several vacant positions, six of which were certified teachers, but the school was also looking for several instructional assistants as well. “Summer was rolling right along. We spent a good …

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BREMEN—The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) recently awarded Bremen a State Community Development Planning Block Grant, which is a section of the funds the town was awarded in the Stellar Communities Grant. In expectation of receiving these funds, the Bremen Town Council …

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The 18th annual Bremen Conservation Club (3133 Channelwood Ln., Bremen) raffle and ice fishing derby supporting the Boys & Girls Club of Bremen will be held this Saturday, Jan. 22, from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cash prizes will be offered to adult and child derby winners. There will also be a ca…

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WASHINGTON (AP) — For the first time, people across the U.S. can log on to a government website and order free, at-home COVID-19 tests. But the White House push may do little to ease the omicron surge, and experts say Washington will have to do a lot more to fix the country's long-troubled t…

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BREMEN—Over the last few months, JPR Engineering has been working to develop a new waste water treatment facility plan for the Town of Bremen. Ken Jones from JPR and Jeff Rowe from Baker Tilly Municipal Advisors briefed the town council on the project’s progress at their last meeting on Jan. 10.

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MARSHALL COUNTY — Bids for bridge construction were opened during Monday’s meeting of the Marshall County Commissioners. There were three bids for bridges #5, located on Tamarack Road, and #9 which is located on N. Queen Road. 

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The Indiana Department of Health has depleted its inventory of rapid antigen COVID-19 tests and does not expect any additional deliveries for the foreseeable future due to a national shortage. Therefore, our local State funded FREE COVID-19 testing sites will be out of RAPID antigen COVID-19…

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has stopped the Biden administration from enforcing a requirement that employees at large businesses be vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing and wear a mask on the job.