Chamberlain-Oacoma Sun

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Issues of land erosion have plagued the shores surrounding Cedar Shore Resort along Shoreline Drive. Now that water levels have receded for Fall, plans for two projects, one by the South Dakota Department of Transportation and another by Game Fish & Parks totaling about $10 million combined, are coming into play to stabilize the riverbank.

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It was a great day to tag along with your dad and older brother as they took to the field in search of rooster pheasants on opening day of the 2014 pheasant season. Temperatures were mid 60s and Saturday closer to 80 degrees. This young man Xavier Donovan (John and Amy) of Chamberlain shows his older brother Max the ‘lucky’ pheasant foot he was given by another hunter in the party.

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With pheasant numbers up 147 percent this year in Brule County, it was no wonder the Chamberlain community saw plenty of hunters filling its streets, businesses, hotels and restaurants during the Opening Weekend Rooster Rush – a weekend that resulted in higher sales and foot traffic for many.

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