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Rattlesnakes, workouts and junk food—oh my!

Rattlesnakes, workouts and junk food—oh my!

Amy Blum/SUN“Expanding horizons” and “becoming global” are popular buzzwords in many industries...

‘Go Big Red’

‘Go Big Red’

First grade Chamberlain Elementary School students marched in the homecoming parade shouting...

Cubs become King of the Hill Champions at Pierre Jamboree

Cubs become King of the Hill Champions at Pierre Jamboree

Back Row: Coach Rademacher, Kordel Chmela, Cole Hickey, Trevor Houska, Ruger Forestor,...

Cubs lose a tough one at home to Redfield

Cubs lose a tough one at home to Redfield

Christopher Payer/ SUNBoth defenses were stout in the first quarter of the homecoming game...

  • Rattlesnakes, workouts and junk food—oh my!

    Rattlesnakes, workouts and junk food—oh my!

    Tuesday, 30 September 2014 20:46
  • ‘Go Big Red’

    ‘Go Big Red’

    Tuesday, 30 September 2014 20:48
  • Cubs become King of the Hill Champions at Pierre Jamboree

    Cubs become King of the Hill Champions at Pierre Jamboree

    Tuesday, 30 September 2014 20:51
  • Cubs lose a tough one at home to Redfield

    Cubs lose a tough one at home to Redfield

    Tuesday, 30 September 2014 20:52

Rattlesnakes, workouts and junk food—oh my!

Amy Blum/SUN
“Expanding horizons” and “becoming global” are popular buzzwords in many industries today, education included. Thanks to the Dave and Maryalice Larson Family of Chamberlain, the buzzwords are now a reality for 16-year-old Kim Naomi Bucher of Germany. “I’m in 10th grade in high school. Since 7th grade, I was certain I wanted to do a year abroad in the USA,” Bucher said.

‘Go Big Red’

First grade Chamberlain Elementary School students marched in the homecoming parade shouting “Cream the Phesants!” on Friday, Sept. 26. The homecoming parade traveled along main street while community members showed support cheering on the floats and other parade participants. The Cubs fell to Redfield/Doland during the Friday evening football game.

Auctioneer finds value in past, present and future

Amy Blum/SUN 
Nineteenth century cattle baron John Chisum blazed trails in Texas and New Mexico as a purveyor of Longhorn, and later Shorthorn, cattle. John Chisum was known as a shrewd negotiator, provided shelter to Billy the Kid and is not to be confused with the Scottish/Cherokee frontier trader named Jesse Chisholm.

Cubs become King of the Hill Champions at Pierre Jamboree

Back Row: Coach Rademacher, Kordel Chmela, Cole Hickey, Trevor Houska, Ruger Forestor, Nash Hutmacher, Brant Gullickson, Jazz Dominguez, William Manhke, Devon Rencountre, Coach Hanaan; Front Row: Justin Solberg, Maximos Hawk, Max Donovan, Collin Powell, Bobby Heth, Isaac Hawk, Marty Ross, Desme Estes, Dylan Hopkins, Jasiah Thompson

Cubs lose a tough one at home to Redfield

Christopher Payer/ SUN
Both defenses were stout in the first quarter of the homecoming game at Chamberlain on September 26. While the offenses tried to get things going, the game would start knotted at zero after the first.

Cubs head to Central Conference Tourney

Christopher Payer/ SUN
The volleyball team took their talents on the road to Gettysburg on September 27 for the CCT. The first game they would fall in two sets to Mobridge-Pollock. Taylor Sharping would help the team with 11 digs. The next game against Sully Buttes would end in the same fashion. Hallie Hallock and Willow Kott would combine for nine kills on the game.


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