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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…

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The Town of LaPaz is a small town with big potential on the Rt. 31 corridor. Its halfway placement between South Bend and Plymouth means it could be a strategic place for businesses and home buyers alike. The LaPaz council and other influencers have been working hard to maximize the town’s p…

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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LAPAZ—In preparation of signing over ownership of park grounds to the town of LaPaz, the council will be getting the land surveyed. Since they only received one bid for $6,900, they voted to accept it at their meeting last week. 

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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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PLYMOUTH—Yoder Log and Timber Pros began carefully disassembling the Trustee Cabin on Aug. 16. It is presently in its original location on SR 17 and will be moved approximately 4.5 miles south to Memorial Forest where it will remain on permanent display. The Trustee Cabin is one of the oldes…

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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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PLYMOUTH—After struggling to obtain a quorum at meetings, the Plymouth Park Board voted to allow board members who are not present to attend meetings virtually. This was decided by unanimous vote at the August meeting. Town Attorney Sean Surrisi will be forming a resolution that will explain…

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MARSHALL COUNTY—The Marshall County Park and Recreation Board (MCPRB) voted to reimburse the volunteer who mows at both county parks for his gas upon receiving an itemized list from the volunteer outlining his contribution. He spends approximately three hours a week mowing the trails and oth…

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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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Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter has asked the department heads of The City to put their flags at half-staff to honor Police Memorial Week.  This would begin on Monday May 16th and until Friday May 20th.  In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Off…

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LAPAZ—After hearing several complaints from drivers about a lack of regulation regarding off-road vehicles on town streets, especially ones operated by children, the LaPaz town council intends to add sections to the town code about these types of transportation.

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During the Aviation Commission meeting on Mar. 8, Kyle Williams from the town's Clerk-Treasurer office swore in Ken Houin, pictured here, for 2022. Houin vowed to uphold the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of the State of Indiana, and that he would faithfully, impartially…