News

Russell Bunker is this year’s Relay for Life honorary survivor of cancer, a title he accepted begrudgingly, as a way to raise awareness of prostate cancer and the necessity of early-detection.

Three individuals and the 1952 CHS football team were inducted into the Athletic Booster Club’s Hall of Fame during a banquet held at Cedar Shore Resort Fri., Aug. 11.

Don Pasch of Watertown, a member of the Northeast South Dakota Vietnam Veterans of America (NESDVVA), served with the honor guard during Thursday’s opening ceremony for The Wall That Heals held at

While school staff continue to move into the new addition at the high school, Robinson House Moving of Mitchell picked up and moved the former weight room/wrestling practice area/CTE classroom to i

A strong gust of wind surprised the driver pulling this camper Saturday morning while traveling westbound across the Missouri River bridge on I-90 near Chamberlain causing both the camper and vehic

Ryder Roduner (Steve & Jennifer) of Gann Valley jumps from the top deck of the family’s pontoon as a BNSF grain shuttle train crosses the Missouri River bridge on a hot July day.

Members of the community packed into the MidTown building Aug.

The Wall That Heals, a 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, along with a mobile Education Center, is coming to Chamberlain on August 9-13 at the Chamberlain Rest Area and Information

Over 100 area farmers and ranchers packed the Americann Inn convention hall last Tues., July 25 to hear South Dakota State University Extension specialists and others offer information on drought r

Picket Fence owner Patience Pickner delivered keepsake Be Happy ®Mugs with bouquets of fresh flowers in them to nursing home and assisted living residents in Chamberlain last week for the annual Ma

South Dakota Farmers Union camping theme this year was “Cooperation…Creating Every Day Heroes.” Youth will spent the day learning about the history of cooperatives, the impact cooperatives have on

With a football field of wrestling mats having been narrowed to a single mat for the Cadet Freestyle 285 lb. National Championship,

 

Sports

The Chamberlain High School football team will begin the 2017-2018 season under the direction of Coach Dan Olson. Olson just recently moved to Chamberlain from Britton, South Dakota.

The 2017 football season has started practice and the new coach, Dan Olson, sees a lot of positives in the team.

Russ Bailey is a 1988 graduate of Chamberlain Highs School.

With morning temperatures in the sixties, Chamberlain High School football players started practice Mon., Aug. 7 at the field near the school under the direction of first year coach Dan Olson.

The Crow Creek- Eagle Butte ninth-grade girls placed third in the Pacesetter Great Four-State Championships on Saturday at the Xcel Center in St. Paul.

Max Donovan of Chamberlain, a member of the Lyman Teener team, scores the first run of the game against Salem/Montrose at the Teener Regional game held in Kennebec Wed., July 26.

MILLER – The opening round for the District 3B amateur baseball tournaments took place on Sat., July 22 in Miller.

MILLER – The Kimball/White Lake Nationals had an offensive explosion in the first three innings of their District 3B amateur baseball tournament opener on Sat., July 22, against the South Central S

Megan Marone rounds a pole in the Senior Pole Bending competition during the Brule County 4H rodeo hosted at the Missouri Valley Horsemen’s Club arena in Chamberlain on Sat. July 15.

The New Horizon's 4H Club met in May. After the meeting they planted flowers and gave them to women at the Sanford Health Care Center.

Showmanship:

Beginner: Top purple Shayda Ness; JR: Top purple Swade Reis; SR: Top purple Taygen Knippling

Equitation: Stock Seat

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