Vehicles headed west on I-90 Friday morning were forced off the road at the Chamberlain Exit #265 as they waited for the interstate to reopen following the late season blizzard that hit the state M
Chamberlain has been home to an accomplished martial arts studio for nearly seven years.
By Amy Blum
Cub Scout Pack 93 is rolling out an invitation for the community to attend the Pinewood Derby to be held in the Oacoma Community Center on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
Just days after receiving e Chamberlain/Oacoma Chamber of Commerce Best Customer Service award at e annual Chamber meeting Chuck and Kay Scharf of Chamberlain True Value announced due to recent c
By Lucy Halverson
Lyza Chmela of Oacoma stopped in the SUN office last Thursday with her Girl Scout Cookie cart full of cookies to make a few sales.
Chamber President Connie Priebe presents the Volunteer of the Year award to Jeff Tveit.
Shawn Andrea (seated at table), one of the organizers of the 2019 Chamberlain/Oacoma Farm, Home & Sports Show, registered attendee for door prizes as they arrived at the show held at Arrowwood
Wrestling moms Barb Powell (left) and Laura Hutmacher present gift bags to wrestlers headed to the State Tournament during a send off rally Thursday morning at the multi-purpose room at the high sc
The Mid-Dakota Reading Council and the Cozard Memorial Library hosted a “Fancy Nancy Mother/ Daughter Tea Party” Saturday February 16 at the library.
Some of the members of the CHS River City Groove that performed at the President’s Day Lasagna Dinner Monday night included; front row, Darynn Burke, Collin Powell, Emma Powers, and Kordel Chmela.
The Chamberlain track teams haven't been able to put in many practices thus far due to the weather, but Coach Renee Long is encouraged with the participants in both boys and girls teams.
By Wade Hamiel
Wrestlers attending the state tournament were l-r; Chisum Blum, Cyrus Blum, Tate Surat, Kruse Brennan, Brody Neilan, Chevy Fees, and in the back is Canyon Burkard.
The Chamberlain AAU Wrestlers who qualified for the Region Tournament held in Mitchell Sat., March 9 included; Front row, l-r; Xavier Donovan, London Houska, Axel Steele, Ryatt Knippling, Cyrus Blu
Mady Handel finished her high school basketball career being selected as a member of the Big Dakota Conference team.
Brant Gullickson plans on attending SDSU and majoring in Aviation. Brant's parents are Chad and Kim Gullickson.
Chamberlain defeated The Mobridge/Pollock Tigers in the first game of the Region 6A tournament on Mon., Feb. 25, at the Chamberlain Armory.
Cameron Caldwell poured in 26 points in the Region 6A game against the McLaughlin Mustangs on Tues., Feb. 26, at the Chamberlain Armory.
Chamberlain hosted the Stanley County Lady Buffaloes on Tues., Feb. 19. The Armory was packed with family members honoring the senior girls who would be playing their final regular season game.
The final regular season game did not end well for the Cubs.
Platte-Geddes had control of the game against the Cubs on Sat., Feb. 16, until the very end of the game.
The Chamberlain Lady Cubs played three consecutive game last week with the third game against the Platte-Geddes Black Panthers on Sat., Feb. 16 at the Chamberlain Armory.
It is always a bitter sweet day when the Region wrestling tournament is over. You realize how hard all the boys have worked and you want all of them to achieve their goals.