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Cousins Zoey Donovan (center) and Cain and Neal Cortright enjoy a unique vantage point from the west end of the historic Highway 16 bridge over the Missouri River during the annual Rock the Bluffs

What started as a simple venue to exhibit local artist’s work has grown into a large two-day art show at the South Dakota Hall of Fame that now attracts artists from around the state that want to s

Keith Reuer was elected as the new president of the Chamberlain School District at Monday night’s meeting as the board reorganized for a new school year.

River City Friday Night - Bridging Families & Communities, will host a Multi-Cultural Night Friday, July 6 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. on Levee Street and a portion of Main Street.

Some of the students from the Missouri Valley Christian School of Chamberlain rode on a float during the Patriotic Parade Saturday, June 30.

A powerful storm blew into Chamberlain and Oacoma Wednesday morning with heavy rain, hail and wind that caused flooding, structural and crop damage and power outages.

River City Friday Night - Bridging Families & Communities, will celebrate members of the military and those employed in public service, such as firefighters, police officers, emergency responde

Like many summertime parades, Chamberlain’s on Saturday will include many restored vehicles, but one holds a special place to the Peterson family.

After a swearing in ceremony for commissioners Hannah Ruhlman and Monte Claussen, members of the Chamberlain City Commission discussed several business items at their Monday night meeting.

River City Friday Night - Bridging Families & Communities, will celebrate Pet Night Friday, June 22 with a Pup Crawl- Dog Contest, along with music by VT’s Rockin Country, 3- on-3 Basketball To

Chamberlain sent 28 high school and middle school student athletes to the South Dakota State High School Clay Target League Tournament held at the Aberdeen Gun Club June 9 and came home with two te

The summer reading program. “Libraries Rock” kicked off last Wednesday with T. Wilson King (right), a musical story teller performing. Assisting on guitar was Rocky Kickland (left

 

Sports

Three Chamberlain wrestlers Nash Hutmacher, Collin Powell and Remington Rossow participated in the 2018 Junior National Duals Freestyle and Greco-Roman tournament in Tulsa, Okla.

Sheena Larsen participates in the annual Inflatable Run on Saturday, July 7.

Pitching for the Chamberlain Post 3 at Wessington Springs July 2, Max Donovan . Chamberlain will open American Legion 5B Regional Tournament play Wednesday, July 18 at 5:00 p.m.

The Chamberlain Majors Team 1 won the I-90 Pool Play End of the Year League Tournament Saturday, June 30 at home.

Mya Priebe takes a shot while team member Sawyer Donovan looks on during one of the 3-on-3 games held Friday night on Main Street during River City Friday Night.

 

The Chamberlain Legion team entertained the Wessington Springs Legion team on Monday, June 11, at Greig Field.

Chamberlain High School and Middle School Choral Director Jesse Dunaway (center), wrote and conducted his original musical composition “Homestake Mine” at the Homestake Opera House in Deadwood last

Nearly 30 kids, age kindergarten to 12th grade attended a twoday wrestling camp hosted by Chamberlain’s Wrestling Club with guest camp clinician Robert Kokesh.

The Chamberlain Golf Team will be sending three lady golfers to the State Meet in Dell Rapids on Mon., June 4, and Tues., June 5.

Dilen Anderson, was named to the 2018 SDHSBA Class B Academic All-State Team, this spring. Anderson is a graduating member of the Chamberlain Baseball Team.

In a sport that is growing swiftly, trap shooting is becoming a popular club sport at Chamberlain School.

The State Class A Track Meet took place in Spearfish and Rapid City. Preliminaries were held for some of the events in Spearfish along with a few final competitions on Friday, May 25.

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