Nineteen teams, including Kellan Meyerink, donned silly costumes and did something equally silly: jumped into a giant container of ice-cold water, all in the name of helping raise funds for South Dakota Special Olympics. This was the third year Chamberlain hosted a Polar Plunge event, which raised just below $10,000 this year.
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Brandy Coppersmith, the executive director at the Missouri Valley Crisis Center, was recently awarded the 2015 Carol Maicki Advocacy Award. The Carol Maicki Advocacy Award began in 2006 and is awarded by the South Dakota Coalition Ending Domestic and Sexual Violence annually to an above and beyond for the cause. Coppersmith dedicates a lot of time to helping the members of the community and surrounding communities who reach out for help when it comes to sexual violence and domestic abuse.
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If there was one message city commissioners and Chamberlain police wanted to send during the City Commissioners meeting on Monday, February 1 it was this: they are unhappy with the rulings coming from the First Circuit Court in Brule County concerning drug charges, rulings decided by Judge Bruce Anderson.
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