Local Arts – Elkhart ArtWalk Goes “Around the World”

Elkhart ArtWalk Goes “Around the World” Elkhart, IN – Submitted by Stephanie Krol Global theme for event happenings throughout Downtown Elkhart on July 28th.  ArtWalk, a free, self-guided, public event in Downtown Elkhart, with this month’s theme of “Around the World” will be held Thursday, July 28th from 5-8 p.m. In July, Premier Arts isContinue reading “Local Arts – Elkhart ArtWalk Goes “Around the World””

Past Event – The Resurrection Blues Band Review

Thursday Night Summer Concert Series – The Resurrection Blues Band Review by Thomas Hoyt I had the pleasure of listening to The Resurrection Blues Band at the Concert in the Common. This band is from Stevensville, MI, and is only a 3-person band. There is a drummer, a bass player, and the lead guitar andContinue reading “Past Event – The Resurrection Blues Band Review”

Now That’s Funny! – Issue 32

by Thomas Hoyt Let’s face it, we all at some time or another have to do this thing called flatulence, or more commonly, fart, toot, or poo! 🤣Some of us do it very quietly, and some aren’t very quiet about it at all. And when it does happen, the response is either a giggle orContinue reading “Now That’s Funny! – Issue 32”

Past Event – Michiana Cruisers Annual Buchanan Car Show 2022

Michiana Cruisers Annual Buchanan Car Show 2022 by Jen Garry, Publisher McCoy Creek Recreation Area, near Buchanan High School, hosted Buchanan’s 17th Annual Michiana Cruisers Benefit Car Show Sunday, July 17, 2022. The weather actually managed to hold off throughout the 9am-2pm car, truck, and motorcycle show, allowing many in the community to show theirContinue reading “Past Event – Michiana Cruisers Annual Buchanan Car Show 2022”

Community Press Release – Walton Road Bridge Closure Resumes

BCRD : Walton Road Bridge Closure Resumes Berrien County, MI – July 20, 2022 TOWNSHIP: Buchanan Township LOCATION: Walton Road Bridge over the St Joseph River CLOSEST CITIES: Buchanan, Niles BRIDGE CLOSURE RESUMES: Wednesday, July 27, 2022 (schedule is weather and contractor dependent)* PROJECT END DATE: Mid-September 2022 PROJECT: Walton Road Bridge 2022 rehabilitation projectContinue reading “Community Press Release – Walton Road Bridge Closure Resumes”

A Note from the Editor – Issue 32

by Rebecka Hoyt, Editor We are halfway through the summer and I hope that all of you have enjoyed it while staying hydrated with that good-quality-H2O! Remember that the library, our senior center, grocery stores and movie theaters are all good places to go to when you may not have a/c. Of course if youContinue reading “A Note from the Editor – Issue 32”

Local Faith – LifePlan Hope Awards

LifePlan Hope Awards 2022 Submitted by Ashley Blematl, LifePlan Communications Manager LifePlan is nominated as one of the Final Four organizations for the 2022 Hope Awards with World News Group Magazine! We are ecstatic!! But the excitement doesn’t stop here! We have an opportunity to be the overall winner of the Hope Award this yearContinue reading “Local Faith – LifePlan Hope Awards”

Community Press Release – DAR Chapter Offers 5k In and Out Run/Walk

DAR Chapter Offers 5k In and Out Run/Walk Three Oaks, MI – July 16, 2022 Rebecca Dewey Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, is partnering with the Miss River Valley of Three Oaks Committee to bring together a 5k Run/Walk. The “Rosie The Riveter”: Yes, We Can! The Race will start and endContinue reading “Community Press Release – DAR Chapter Offers 5k In and Out Run/Walk”

City Commission Regular Meeting Agenda • July 11 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 • July 11 2022”

The Clark Barker – Issue 32

What is Going on? My humans got wind that the nice wooden swing people who frequent McCoy Creek Trail use, was damaged, nearby the Fireman’s Park. A police report was filed. What happened to people respecting things when they are out and about? I hear my humans say to their child, “Treat others and thingsContinue reading “The Clark Barker – Issue 32”