The city of Chamberlain has several play parks located around town that offer children the opportunity to swing, climb, bounce and slide to their hearts desires.
Al’s Oasis celebrated their 100th Anniversary Saturday with cupcakes, coffee and prizes.
Seniors Bailey Mayer (left) and Harley Brown spent their SCIP Day painting play ground equipment at the city shop.
Kids are never too young or old to learn the value and joy of helping others.
By Rita Raish
Following an executive session of the Chamberlain School Board at their April 23 meeting, members approved hiring several new staff members for the 2019- 2020 school year.
By Kris Rademacher
Spring flooding has taken its toll on Brule county roads and bridges. Missouri River flooding in the Chamberlain area has also damaged the American Creek Campground and Fishing Pier (above left).
Forty years ago, in 1979, a group of Chamberlain community members decided to open a non-denominational pre-school at the Trinity Lutheran Church.
By Rita Raish
Chamberlain’s Nash Hutmacher has dominated high school wrestling in South Dakota over the last few years, and now his accomplishments have led to receiving top honors from the national media.
rk to the Oacoma Community Center last Wednesday due to weather conditions but it didn’t stop the Easter Bunny from showing up.
The annual Kiwanis Aktion Club Easter Egg Hunt was relocated from the Oacoma City PaThis week we would like to congratulate two members of the Chamberlain School District teaching staff, Marj Hope
Above: A group of friends, l-r; Breckin Steilen, Magdalyn Pickner, Mady Handel, Hadley Tichy and Darynn Burke with her back to the camera gather behind stage prior to the start of the 2019 CHS Prom
Two members of the Chamberlain School Board of Education were recognized for their service during the 21st annual Chamberlain School District Awards/Recognition meeting held Monday April 8 at the h
Chamberlain participated at the Lezlie Blasius Memorial Track Meet held in Kimball on Friday, May 10.
CHS students Breckin Steilen and Abby Hutmacher, along with Kiwanis members Mick Niles, Brock Sundall, Cindy Adams and Debbie Johnson helped make the Bike Rodeo a success
The High School rodeo season is just beginning with their practice rodeos. There are 18 practice rodeos for the cowboys and cowgirls to choose from.
With the completion of all the SDHSAA winter fine arts and athletic activities, the SDHSAA announces that 546 teams have received the “Academic Achievement Team Awards” for the 2018-2019 Winter Sea
The Chamberlain Lady Cubs played in their first tournament on Tues., Apr. 23.
By Wade Hamiel
The Chamberlain Cubs traveled to Presho on Thurs., Apr. 25, to compete in the Cecil Johnson Invite along with 14 other area teams.
Chamberlain/Kimball Club Baseball Chamberlain/Kimball Club Baseball has started for the 2019 season.
Chamberlain participated in their first track meet of the 2019 season at Mitchell. The Corn Palace Indoor Invite was held at the DWU/ Avera Sports and Wellness Complex on Tues., Mar. 19.
Mady Handel ended her high school basketball career earning a position on the Class A all-state third-team as selected by the South Dakota Basketball Coaches Association.
By Wade Hamiel/ Sun
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