A Note from the Editor – Issue 36

by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor We are halfway through September and I hope that your summer has been a great one this year. This summer my family has had more Michigan visits compared to years past and you’ll get a chance to read about one of them in a future issue. As fall is only daysContinue reading “A Note from the Editor – Issue 36”

Now That’s Funny! – Issue 36

by Thomas Hoyt So the other day I went golfing with my family and we had a wonderful time. There was one really funny moment that occurred at one hole on the course. I had teed off with a pretty decent shot and now had a tree in front of me for the next shot.Continue reading “Now That’s Funny! – Issue 36”

Now That’s Funny! with Garrick – Issue 36

Golf Elbow by Garrick Stubblefield So I was out golfing with my friend one day at Pebblewood in Bridgman, MI. I happen to go first on the very first tee. My friend, of course, was next in line. Well I was lined up adjacent to him and waiting for him to him. He indeed hitContinue reading “Now That’s Funny! with Garrick – Issue 36”

Community Press Release – Construction to Begin on I-94/I-196 Interchange

MDOT Traffic Advisory: I-94 Ramp Closure at I-196 Berrien County, MI – September 15, 2022 As part of the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) project to extend US-31 and rebuild I-94 and the I-196 interchange in Benton Township, Berrien County, MDOT will be closing the eastbound I-94 ramp to northbound I-196 from Sunday, Sept. 18, through Friday,Continue reading “Community Press Release – Construction to Begin on I-94/I-196 Interchange”

City Commission Regular Meeting Agenda • August 22 2022

Agenda by City Clerk Kalla Langston Please note that the City Commission Meeting Agenda is posted below. At the end of the agenda, click on the link to take you to more detailed minutes of the meeting. Also, the meeting minutes may not be published in each issue of The Buchanan Chronicle (probably once aContinue reading “City Commission Regular Meeting Agenda • August 22 2022”

Puzzler Page – Issue 36

by Garrick Stubblefield Hello everyone that is viewing this page. I started doing puzzles for about 6-7 months in The Buchanan Chronicle. I had to take a little break due to family issues but I’m back to entertain you with my puzzles again. Just remember that all these puzzles came from my head. By the wayContinue reading “Puzzler Page – Issue 36”

Board of Education Regular Meeting Agenda • August 15 2022

Submitted by Michelle Munyon, Executive Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent, Buchanan Community Schools Please note that the Board of Education Meeting Agenda is posted below. At the end of the agenda, click on the link to take you to more detailed minutes of the meeting. Also, the meeting minutes will not be published in eachContinue reading “Board of Education Regular Meeting Agenda • August 15 2022”

Local Business – TMPR Sports Pickleball Paddles

TMPR Sports Produces Pickleball Paddles in Downtown Buchanan, MI by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor & Photographer Did you know in downtown Buchanan, MI next to the McCoy Creek/Duck Pond there is a pickleball paddle board producer? Head on into the 324 Building entrance (south end of the building, near Blue Paw Pet Spa) to see forContinue reading “Local Business – TMPR Sports Pickleball Paddles”

Local Charities – Scarecrows Brighten Up Downtown Buchanan

Buchanan Scarecrows Brighten Up Downtown Buchanan Once Again by Editor & Photographer, Rebecka Hoyt As you make your way into Buchanan, you will be greeted by scarecrows! Buchanan Scarecrow Charities take four days to install them during the last week of August and then take them down on November 1st. Among the scarecrows, the ladiesContinue reading “Local Charities – Scarecrows Brighten Up Downtown Buchanan”

Local Opinion – Well Done, President Biden

Well Done, President Biden Submitted by Kenneth Peterson, MAJ USA (Ret.), Buchanan MI Editor,  The Biden administration, working in collaboration with all of the Congressional Democrats and  a small number of Republicans is implementing a variety of new legislation including: improving infrastructure and environment, creating new jobs, protecting Veterans, making gun use safer, reducing healthcareContinue reading “Local Opinion – Well Done, President Biden”