Now That’s Funny! – Issue 31

by Thomas Hoyt My daughter is a member of the American Heritage Girls and I’m a registered volunteer with her troop. A couple of weeks ago her troop went on a High Adventure which included camping in tents. We camped at a state park in Kentucky and had an awesome time. Now this is theContinue reading “Now That’s Funny! – Issue 31”

Upcoming Event – Buchanna Fest

Cannavista Wellness to host BUCHANNA FEST in Buchanan Common What: BUCHANNA FEST Who: Cannavista Wellness with the Lyla Grace Corporation When: Sunday, July 3, 2022 ~ Noon-8pm Where: Buchanan Common Details: Fundraising Event with all proceeds directed toward local charities like improving Buchanan Public Parks. Master of Ceremonies: Freddie Miller Enjoy live music, local food,Continue reading “Upcoming Event – Buchanna Fest”

Past Event – BHS Centennial Celebration

Centennial Celebration for Buchanan High School by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor & Photographer Students, teachers, administrators, alumni of Buchanan Community Schools along with the Buchanan community and dignitaries came to Memorial Field to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of Buchanan High School on Saturday, June 11 2022 at 1:00pm. Volunteers for the celebration included: Akirrah Robinson,Continue reading “Past Event – BHS Centennial Celebration”

Buchanan Community Schools – End of School Year 2021-2022

2021-2022 End of School Year by Patricia L. Robinson, BCS Superintendent June 2022 Dear Buck Families, Another school year has come to an end, and we appreciate the patience and support you provided us. We were able to address areas of growth and celebrate areas of progress. Our students ended the year with more knowledgeContinue reading “Buchanan Community Schools – End of School Year 2021-2022”

The Clark Barker – Issue 30

Be Kind to Your Surroundings A little birdie told me that there was some vandalism on the McCoy Creek Trail down on the southern part of the trail by the factory area. This happened sometime between Thursday, June 2 – Sunday, June 5. Luckily, the mural of the trail wasn’t damaged. However, spray paint wasContinue reading “The Clark Barker – Issue 30”

Community Celebration – Memorial Day Parade 2022

USA Flags Adorn Memorial Day Parade 2022 by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor & Photographer Downtown Buchanan from Redbud Trail to the Veterans Circle at Oak Ridge Cemetery on Terre Coupe Road was the 1.4 mile route of the American Legion Post 51 Memorial Day Parade Monday May 30, 2022. Clear skies, temps in the 80’s andContinue reading “Community Celebration – Memorial Day Parade 2022”

Past Event – Miss Lighthouse Coast at Buchanan Farmers’ Market

Miss Lighthouse Coast Brings Inclusivity in art at Buchanan Farmers’ Market by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor & Photographer If you went down to the Buchanan Farmers’ Market last Saturday May 28, you probably saw a special young lady wearing a crown and her name is Maya Schuhknecht. Maya is Miss Lighthouse Coast which is now inContinue reading “Past Event – Miss Lighthouse Coast at Buchanan Farmers’ Market”

Upcoming Event – BHS Centennial Celebration

Buchanan High School Building Centennial Celebration Who: Buchanan Community Schools What: BHS Building 100 Year Celebration When: Saturday, June 11, 2022 at 1pm Where: Buchanan High School 401 W Chicago St, Buchanan At Memorial Field Details: Guest Speakers: Dr. Bernice Clark Patterson, PHD Owner of Infinity Consultation Group/ Class of 2000 John “Jay” Town FormerContinue reading “Upcoming Event – BHS Centennial Celebration”

BCS School Spotlight – Ottawa

Kindergarten Celebration at The Common Write-Up and Photos Submitted by Ottawa Principal Stacy Denison Kindergarten At The Commons was a huge success with hundreds of family and friends of Little Bucks gathering at The Commons to celebrate the conclusion of a fantastic year of learning!  Students sang several songs for the audience and the nightContinue reading “BCS School Spotlight – Ottawa”

Mayor’s Memo – June 2022

Flag Language in Buchanan by Mayor Sean Denison Recently, the subject of offensive language on flags being flown in our community came across my desk. I feel obligated by my position to address it here. This is not an opinion piece that leans either way politically, but rather it is a plea for all ofContinue reading “Mayor’s Memo – June 2022”