Community Events – 420 Celebration 2021 Follow-Up

Buchanan’s 4/20 Follow-Up by Stephanie Fain *You must be at least 21 years old to view this content. Medical cannabis use is for certified patients only. The Buchanan Chronicle does not intend to promote cannabis use except as advised by your health professional.* I will never forget it, the weather was confused. It was snowing,Continue reading “Community Events – 420 Celebration 2021 Follow-Up”

Local Clubs – AHG

American Heritage Girls News Submitted by Kathy Furst American Heritage Girls (AHG) is a Christ-centered character and leadership development program for girls 5-18 years of age. The AHG Tagline is Faith, Service, and Fun! For the girls in Mi2006 chartered to Buchanan Christian Church, they have been doing a lot of each. Recent meetings andContinue reading “Local Clubs – AHG”

Nature Notes – Places

Trillium Ravine Preserve by Jill McDonald Imagine stepping into a peaceful forest where the trees are just starting to bud out their tiny, tender leaves. Before you is a trail that has been lovingly trod upon, as indicated by the single path only wide enough for one person at a time. However, do not worry,Continue reading “Nature Notes – Places”

An IMPORTANT Note from the Editor – Issue 04

by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor Do you ever find that you are always learning something new every day or every week? Ever since I started researching the newspaper business and starting The Buchanan Chronicle, I am constantly learning something new or improving in some area, all the time now! And it’s all good as we doContinue reading “An IMPORTANT Note from the Editor – Issue 04”

Buchanan District Library – May 2021

Hello from the Buchanan District Library Spring has sprung! The trees are budding and flowers are blooming, especially around the Common Area.  Be sure to come to the Farmer’s Marketing opening on May 1st and walk around the StoryWalk to read WHERE IS BEAR? by Leslea Newman. BOOK REVIEW | Ashley Phillips, one of ourContinue reading “Buchanan District Library – May 2021”

Mayor’s Memo – The Andrews University Project

The Andrews University Project by Mayor Sean Denison I just wanted to quickly offer some answers to questions I have been asked regarding the Andrews University project. First, I have been asked why we are wasting taxpayer money on the project instead of fixing our infrastructure. The truth is, we are paying Andrews University aContinue reading “Mayor’s Memo – The Andrews University Project”

Local Business – Redbud Liquor

Neighborhood Man by Nik Sanchez Some may perceive Redbud Liquor as a scary or unwanted establishment to shop at. It is surrounded by red brick like a fortress and could appear to be abandoned at first, but once inside it is a safe zone to many shoppers of all kinds. You can buy apparel, snacks,Continue reading “Local Business – Redbud Liquor”

Local Faith – National Day of Prayer 2021

National Day of Prayer • Thursday, May 6, 2021 by Stephanie Fain If we were to schedule our lives around our spiritual needs with the same discipline that we schedule our lives in accordance with our financial demands, given the current state of the world we are living in today, every day would need toContinue reading “Local Faith – National Day of Prayer 2021”

Local Charities – Little Free Pantry

Newest Little Free Pantry by Stephanie Fain You might wonder what makes this town so great. Is it the location? Is there some invisible force field you pass through coming into town that just changes the overall experience, attitude and surroundings? What makes this old school hunting society slow down for ducks? This place isContinue reading “Local Charities – Little Free Pantry”

BCS School Spotlight – Moccasin Elementary May 2021

Moccasin’s Earth Day Bags by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor In our 4th issue of our school spotlight, 4th graders at Moccasin Elementary School in Heidi Holloway’s class, took some time to color, draw and write on brown grocery bags for Earth Day. The bags were then taken back to Harding’s here in town for them toContinue reading “BCS School Spotlight – Moccasin Elementary May 2021”