News

Chamberlain middle and high school students presented their inventions to the public during the annual science fair. The science fair was held on Thurs., Feb. 16 at the high school.

Evelyn Powell’s insistence that her boys get a college education before returning to the farm has produced in spades for the family from Chamberlain.

River City Groove, River City Beat and the CHS Jazz Band performed two shows on Mon., Feb. 20 for the annual Friends of Performing Arts (FOPA) President’s Day Lasagna Dinner.

A lot of tires and oil has been changed at Ron’s Service in Chamberlain over the past 40 years, but the owner’s love for automotive work has remained constant.

A campground that has been contested for nearly a year on the northern edge of Chamberlain was approved Feb. 7.

Every year the local FFA Chapter puts on the Kiss a Pig fundraiser to help a family or individual around the Chamberlain area. This year the fundraiser went to the Dana Caldwell family.

High School students make a human tunnel for the Gymnastic team to walk through on their way to the bus to be escorted down Main Street and out of town by local officials.

Tom Stone carved his niche for woodworking long ago, but in recent years, his hobby has become more and more intricate.

“Growing up, my mom made our clothes using old newspapers as patterns. All of her patterns were from scratch, they were not premade,” said Isabel Priebe, an avid quilter and sewer.
What started as a sobering realization for the mother of a young, sick child became the definition of paying goodness forward on Feb. 1.
 

Sunday was National Puzzle Day, but puzzles are in play daily at Regency Retirement Assisted Living in Chamberlain.

Sports

With two starters unable to play due to sickness, the Lady Cubs looked to their reserves for assistance in a girls' high school basketball game against the Stanley Co.

Wrestling will travel to the state meet in Sioux Falls on Feb. 24 and 25. Pictured are the qualifiers with coaches. Back: Jeff Steckelberg, Nash Hutmacher, John Donovan.

The game between the Crow Creek Chieftains and the Chamberlain Cubs had special importance on Tues., Feb. 7, at the Chamberlain Armory. They were battling to control the No. 1 seed in Region 6.

Front: Jerrod Larsen, Kruse Brennan, Brody Neilan, Jaxon Rhodes, Ryatt Knippling, Briley Brennan, Colton Bairey, Brycen Keegel Joey Rhodes; Row 2: Tanner Gerard, Abby Yost, London Houska, Nathan Ra

This was the first time for many of these girls to compete at the state meet, and nerves got the best of them during the individual competition.

The Cubs traveled to Winner on Tuesday Jan 31. The team did not win the dual, but did win some key match ups at 106, 120, 285 over some highly ranked wrestlers from Winner.

On Fri., Feb. 3, the Chamberlain wrestling team traveled to Brookings to take on Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes in Frost Arena.

The Chamberlain gymnastics team really pulled it together to score their highest team score of the season and earn the title of Region champs for the second consecutive year!

The Cubs had a great day of wrestling at the Lee Wolf invitational in Aberdeen on Saturday, although the day started out a little rocky. The team weighed in at 4:45 a.m.

MOBRIDGE – The road trip to Mobridge was very successful for the Chamberlain Cubs on Fri., Jan. 27. The Cubs defeated the Tigers by a score of 66-38.

It was a big weekend of wrestling this past weekend in Chamberlain. The action started Friday night for the Cubs as the team wrestled two duals.

Sierra Kenobbie scored 27 points in the basketball game against Gregory on Tues., Jan. 17, in front of the home crowd.

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