Seasonal Sentiments – What Fall Means To Me

by Garrick Stubblefield Well let’s say it in straight terms that it’s our third season of four, and as for us Michigan people, we only have one more season before it gets extremely cold on us. Okay so to tell you there are many things that I love about the fall season. When I seeContinue reading “Seasonal Sentiments – What Fall Means To Me”

Puzzler Page – Issue 12

by Garrick Stubblefield Hi all, my name is Garrick Stubblefield and I live here in Buchanan. I joined the military right out of school. Recently, I was asked to join The Buchanan Chronicle by sports writer Nik Sanchez. I will be doing an array of, not only puzzles, but I will be doing sports andContinue reading “Puzzler Page – Issue 12”

Now That’s Funny! – Issue 12

by Thomas Hoyt Now That’s Funny… or is it? Well folks, today I’m trying to think of something funny that happened. However, on this day 20 years ago there was nothing funny about what happened. I’m talking about the attack that was made by terrorists on 9/11/2001. I’m sure all of you reading this fullyContinue reading “Now That’s Funny! – Issue 12”

Community Events – Boy Scout Troop 541 Fundraiser

Boy Scout Troop 541 to Host 5th Annual Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser Submitted by Bill Blumka Who: Boy Scout Troop 541 Where: Buchanan Moose Lodge What: Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser When: Friday, Sept. 24 – 4:30-7p How much: $6 All You Can Eat, with Garlic Bread & Drink All proceeds go into the troop’s general fund forContinue reading “Community Events – Boy Scout Troop 541 Fundraiser”

BCS Spotlight – BMS

Buchanan Middle School – New Year, New Beginnings, New Hopes & Dreams by BMS Principal Shelby Beasley The beginning of a school year often brings many new things – new crayons, new notebooks, new classrooms, new friends. However, for the students, parents, and staff at Buchanan Middle School, it also meant time to reflect onContinue reading “BCS Spotlight – BMS”

A Note from the Editor – Issue 12

by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor This past week, I have been meeting a lot of new people. I can truly say that I am enjoying it. Now I kinda know how my Grandma Stratton felt as she was a people person and not afraid to go up to people and say something to them, and itContinue reading “A Note from the Editor – Issue 12”

The Clark Barker – Issue 12

What Do Pets Do When Kids Go Back To School? School has been in session I believe for about a month, I am not sure as I cannot read a calendar. However, it almost feels like a really long time from when my young human leaves early in the dark morning and comes back homeContinue reading “The Clark Barker – Issue 12”

Community Press Release – UMW FUMC Fall Arts & Crafts Show

Women of LaPorte First United Methodist Church Gear Up for 7th Annual Fall Arts & Crafts Show Write-Up & Photo Submitted by Dee DeVincent “September 25, couldn’t get here quick enough. That’s the date of our 7th Annual UMW Arts & Crafts Show, held at the LaPorte County Fairgrounds,” said Tina Geyer, President of theContinue reading “Community Press Release – UMW FUMC Fall Arts & Crafts Show”

Community Press Release – DAR Wreaths Across America

Local Wreaths Across America Sponsorship Group to Host a National Wreaths Across America Day Ceremony Three Oaks, MI – September 13, 2021 Rebecca Dewey Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is fundraising to support Wreaths Across America, specifically to earn sponsorships for veterans’ wreaths to be placed at Shedd Cemetery in Three OaksContinue reading “Community Press Release – DAR Wreaths Across America”

Remembering – Issue 12

Buchanan Losses • 8/30-9/15 *This issue includes a special 20 year memory of 9/11… to all those we lost, to all who were so brave, we’ll never forget…* Name Age Born Died Dale R. Longacre 76 July 23, 1945 September 15, 2021 Jan Eileen Kuhl 79 December 10, 1941 September 13, 2021 Kari Marlene DeedsContinue reading “Remembering – Issue 12”