As a child, Franklin Olson’s grandma told him the way to tell if it’s going to be a wet year is to look at the Big Dipper. “If the Dipper sits on its handle, then it’s not going to rain.
By Lura Roti
The South Dakota Department of Tourism and the Governor’s Tourism Advisory Board recently selected Wanda Bunker, St.
Kindergarten teacher Valerie Nelson presented findings from the Early Childhood Education Workgroup to Chamberlain School Board members at Monday night’s meeting.
At the first Chamberlain City Commission meeting of the year held Monday night, Mayor Chad Mutziger read a proclamation from the city of Idaho Falls, Idaho expressing their official thanks and grat
By Rita Raish/SUN
A few weeks before Christmas, a rural Oacoma resident discovered several pieces of mail in her rural mailbox that did not belong to her, and appeared to have been opened, ransacked and stuffed into
By Lucy Halverson/SUN
Thirty-one teams participated in the annual Ladies Only Fishing Tournament, a fundraiser for the local cancer care fund.
Morris Inc. of Fort Pierre started work at the Cedar Shore Marina in Oacoma the first of December to stabilize the north slope of the marina.
The rapid and expansive transformation of the South Dakota retail marketplace has created uncertainty for many businesses and the more than 97,000 state residents employed within the industry.
Above: Two days before Christmas weather conditions were perfect for a day of sledding on the newly cleared slope near Main St. and 11th Ave.
Based on 125 years of South Dakota weather data, 2019 is the wettest on record, says SDSU Extension State Climatologist, Laura Edwards.
By Lura Roti
Chamberlain senior and award-winning athlete, Nash Hutmacher, made his verbal commitment to attend the University of Nebraska official when he signed his National Letter of Intent to play football
This lighted display of trees, buffalo and a teepee from the Akta Lakota Museum is one of many beautiful Christmas settings at the American Creek Campground and Dayuse area this holiday season.
The score was tied at the end of the first period, but the Dell Rapids Quarriers jumped out to a ninepoint lead at the half and maintained their lead throughout the game that was held at the Chambe
The Chamberlain Lady Cubs hosted a basketball game against the Winner Warriors, the No. 1 ranked girls' basketball team in Class A, on Tues., Jan. 7, at the Chamberlain Armory.
The Cub Wrestling team continued their winning ways this past weekend placing third as a team with 143 points at the Dan Pansch/Jesse James Invitational at Brandon Valley.
By Coach Donovan
The last competition for the Cubs wrestling team was at the Madison invitational before the Christmas break which saw the team place fourth out of 20 teams and place seven wrestlers.
By Coach John Donovan
The Chamberlain gymnastics teams, Varsity and JV, headed west to compete against the tough Hot Springs gymnastics teams along with Wall/ Kadoka/Phillip and Stanley County.
Once again, the JV gymnastics team finished in first place with 104.10 points, 27 points ahead of Hot Spring with 76.65, Wall/Kadoka/Phillip coming in third with 55.50 points and Stanley County pla
Gov. Kristi Noem has proposed a major overhaul to how South Dakota oversees, inspects and updates the public about conditions in privately run youth homes across the state.
By Bart Pfankuch South Dakota News Watch
Chamberlain jumped out to an early lead against the Stanley Co. Buffaloes on Sat., Dec. 21, at the Chamberlain Amory only to see their lead dwindle when Stanley Co.
Chamberlain’s girls’ basketball team (0-1) traveled to Kimball to play against the Lady WiLdKats (3-0) on Sat., Dec. 21.
Cameron Caldwell shoots above a Stanley Co. player in the third boys' basketball game of the week. Cameron scored 16 points against the Buffaloes on Sat., Dec.
Two senior gymnast along with their parents were recognized at their home meet held on Fri., Dec 20.
Chamberlain hosted a triangular gymnatics meet on Tues., Dec.