News

CHS students prepare to present, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, a one-act play under the direction of Tirsha Burke Sat., Jan. 20 at the Multipurpose Room at the high school.

Before there were tutorials on the web, home-inspired magazine subscriptions or 24 hour HGTV, there was the county extensions clubs.

Greg Adamson was typical of most kids growing up in Chamberlain during the pop art, rock-star, hippie era of the late 60’s and early 70’s.

New LED lights recently installed in the Armory by Shep’s Electric through a donation from the Barger Foundation has put all activities held at the Armory under much brighter lights.
Members of the Chamberlain City Commission addressed a property owner's complaint regarding snow removal at the first meeting of the New Year January 2.
 
Members of the Chamberlain School Board of Education accepted several community donations at their Monday night meeting, that will continue to enhance the school district.
 

The coldest temperature recorded at the Chamberlain airport over the New Years weekend was 31 degrees below zero about 8:00 a.m. January 1, the high on Monday was -10 degrees.

Jeff Tveit used long pauses as he waited for a group of second graders to come up with answers to his questions. “What is money? Why do we need it? Where does it come from? How do we get it?”

Telling the Christmas story with songs and skits, young members of the Trinity Lutheran Wowsome Wednesday class sing “Away in the Manger” during their Christmas program December 20.

Santa and his elf Jingles visited the pre-school story hour at Cozard Library Wednesday morning.

Sports

The Cubs traveled to Gettysburg Sat., Jan. 13 to compete at the Battler invitational wrestling tourney. The team finished second out of 20 teams with 186 points on the day.

Chamberlain hosted a boys’ basketball game against the Todd County Falcons on Thurs., Jan. 11, at the Chamberlain Armory. The game was close at the end, but the Cubs prevailed winning, 58-52.

The Chamberlain gymnastic team hosted a varsity quadrangular meet on Fri., Jan 5, at the high school gymnastics room.

The Winner girls' basketball team defeated the Lady Cubs, 55-24, on Tues., Jan.2, in a prep game held at the Chamberlain Armory.

The Spearfish Spartans, a Class AA team, was too much for the Cubs on Wed., Dec. 27, during the East/West Classic held at the Chamberlain Armory.

The Chamberlain Lady Cubs were pitted against Rapid City Douglas, a Class AA school, in the East/West Classic held at the Chamberlain Armory on Wed., Dec 27.

The Chamberlain Lady Cubs traveled down I-90 to Kimball to compete in a girls' prep basketball game against the Kimball/White Lake Lady WiLdKats onTues., Dec. 19.

The Chamberlain gymnastics team hosted the triangular meet with Mitchell and Parkston on Tues., Dec. 26, at the new facility in the high school.

The Cubs traveled to Hartford Tuesday to take on the West Central Trojans wrestling team.

The Chamberlain boys' basketball team had no problem defending their home floor in a match-up against the Gregory Gorillas on Tues., Dec. 13, at the Chamberlain Armory.

Stephanie Swanson's dancers performed at the Chamberlain vs Parkston game on Fri., Dec. 5, at the Chamberlain Armory. Pictured in the front row on the left is Gretchen Juhnke.

The Cubs competed at the Madison Invitational this past week and had a very successful day. The team finished in 5th place out of 19 teams placing five wrestlers in the top six.

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