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”

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”

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 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”

Tech Tips – Issue 04

The Reboot by Kelly Brown We are all aware that usually the best and quickest fix for a misbehaving personal computer (PC) is to reboot it. This is true for other electronics around the house too; laptops, tablets, printers, cell phones, and smart watches and TVs. Simply turning off your device (or shutting them down)Continue reading “Tech Tips – Issue 04”

Now That’s Funny! – Issue 04

by Thomas Hoyt Since the onset of this pandemic and all of the measures taken to minimize the spread of COVID-19, we’ve all seen markings at public places to aid people with maintaining social distancing. We’ve seen all sorts of markings, but the one that sticks out to me is the simple X. That’s right folks, we’veContinue reading “Now That’s Funny! – Issue 04”

Police Points – Call Log Issue 04

Police Call Log : 4/7 – 4/22 Buchanan City Police Department Description Total Calls of Type Sex Offenses 0 Larceny 5 Larceny – Theft from Motor Vehicle 0 Non-Aggravated/Domestic Violence 2 Intimidation/Stalking 2 Fraud Complaint 2 Damage to Property 0 Liquor Violations 0 Obstruction 1 Disorderly Conduct 0 Public Peace / Other 9 OUIL 1Continue reading “Police Points – Call Log Issue 04”

Remembering – Issue 04

Buchanan Losses • 4/17-5/1 Name Age Born Died Kathleen Etta Boller 91 July 10, 1929 April 25, 2021 James Walter Blank 88 August 11, 1932 April 25, 2021 Charlotte Pease Will 86 August 7, 1934 April 23, 2021 Kristina “Krissy” Monahon 35 May 24, 1985 April 19, 2021 We wish to respectfully honor the memoryContinue reading “Remembering – Issue 04”

Local Clubs – DAR

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Rebecca Dewey Chapter Submitted by Priscilla Lee Hellenga Honored with outstanding work in “Community Service” was the Harbor Country Emergency Food Pantry.   Awards were presented on March 21st 2021: Linda Mangold of Three Oaks accepted the award for the organization that has worked for over a decade toContinue reading “Local Clubs – DAR”