Chamberlain-Oacoma Sun

Forty-two local children danced, sang and even rapped during the local production of Space School Musical. The musical, which also served up some educational facts, was produced by the Dakota Players and the Missouri Valley Arts Council in a whirlwind week that began with auditions beginning on Monday, April 6, and performances only days later on April 11 at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Oacoma Community Center. Because the setting took place in Outer Space, cast members played the unique and interesting roles of planets, famous scientists, meteorites, stars and even asteroids, as seen above.

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How many bobby pins does it take to sculpt a perfect and pretty up-do? Willow Kott looks into the mirror as Affinity owner/ stylist Mollie Harmon continues to pin her hair in preparation for the Chamberlain High School Prom on Saturday, April 11.

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Crews from Telecom Construction, Inc., have already begun construction of the new Midstate Communications Fiberto- the-Premise project in the communities of White Lake and Pukwana. With construction well underway in those two communities, starting the week of April 13 there will be construction of the mainline fiber and individual drop construction
in the community of Kimball.

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