A Note from the Publisher – Issue 53

A Note from the Publisher – Issue 53 by Jen Garry, Publisher The Buchanan Chronicle will have a booth at next week’s Buchanan Farmer’s Market – June 10! Stop by to chat, enter to win something, and subscribe to our FIRST Printed Edition! Super exciting to announce we are progressing toward our goal of providingContinue reading “A Note from the Publisher – Issue 53”

Remembering – Issue 53

Remembering – Issue 53 Buchanan Losses • 05/16 – 05/29 Name Age Born Died DiAnn M. Spalding 65 December 2, 1957 May 29, 2023 Keith Huffman 79 October 28, 1943 May 27, 2023 Rose Carlon 43 May 30, 1979 May 24, 2023 Barbara Jane Shively 69 November 11, 1953 May 19, 2023 Victoria Sue GrayboschContinue reading “Remembering – Issue 53”

Now That’s Funny! with Garrick – Issue 53

Excuse Me, But Is That My Biscuit? by Garrick Stubblefield So, I was making biscuits and gravy for the family over Memorial Day weekend. Bear in mind I have a big family of 12 including 4 dogs and a bird (macaw). I was wrapping it all up to gather everyone around for breakfast. Needless toContinue reading “Now That’s Funny! with Garrick – Issue 53”

Local Business – Rowland’s Hometown Progress at 101 Days

Rowland’s Property at 101 Days to House Several New Ventures in Downtown Buchanan by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor & Photographer, and Jen Garry, Publisher Michael and Elaine Rowland, property owners of the old Hometown Video building located at 101 Days Avenue in downtown Buchanan, have plans to open up several new ventures later this summer! ForContinue reading “Local Business – Rowland’s Hometown Progress at 101 Days”

Local Business – Loveland Farms Environmentally Verified by MAEAP

40 Acres Environmentally Verified at Loveland Farms by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor Loveland Farms, owned by Tim and Alicia Baron have 40 acres “Environmentally Verified” by the MAEAP (Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program https://maeap.org/). Their farm consists of flowers, grapes, vegetables and fruit trees. In May, the daffodils and tulips sprung up and then more willContinue reading “Local Business – Loveland Farms Environmentally Verified by MAEAP”

Local Eating – Munchie Mondays with LiveBuchanan

Review of the First Munchie Monday with LiveBuchanan by Thomas Hoyt, Writer, and Rebecka Hoyt, Editor & Photographer “Mmmm, Munchie Mondays!” said my husband Tom as we went down to Days Avenue’s new Food Truck Alley. We were (and still are) excited for this to be happening here in Buchanan as it can give usContinue reading “Local Eating – Munchie Mondays with LiveBuchanan”

Past Event – BACC PERC Breakfast with LiveBuchanan

Buchanan Area Chamber of Commerce and LiveBuchanan Hosted PERC Breakfast at Roti Roti Art Center by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor & Photographer Friday, May 12, 2023 The Buchanan Area Chamber of Commerce had their PERC Breakfast at the Roti Roti Art Center of Buchanan for members of the community to hear about LiveBuchanan and their currentContinue reading “Past Event – BACC PERC Breakfast with LiveBuchanan”

Upcoming Event – 4H Golf Outing 2023 at OHCC

2023 Berrien Co 4H Foundation Golf Outing at Orchard Hills Country Club Submitted by Lynne Siemon, Berrien County 4H Foundation Director The scramble format offers the opportunity to experience challenging greens while having fun and supporting a great cause!

BCS School Spotlight – Moccasin Elementary May 2023

Moccasin May Update Submitted by Moccasin Elementary School Principal Michael Babcock MSTEP Update We want to thank our students for their awesome effort and parents for your continuous support. We also want to thank our teachers for keeping the students focused and prepared. Finally, one more thank you to the 2nd grade students and teachersContinue reading “BCS School Spotlight – Moccasin Elementary May 2023”

Local Arts – Confectionery Clay at 29th Art Attack

Confectionery Clay at 29th Annual Art Attack Held in Harbor Country by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor & Photographer Recently I learned about Art Attack from a Buchanan baker, Darya Lemay with her new business Confectionery Clay that is held in Harbor Country on the west side of Berrien County. On April 28 – 30th, all wereContinue reading “Local Arts – Confectionery Clay at 29th Art Attack”