The Oacoma Town Board of Trustees approved a 20-year lease extension for the Convention Center and parking lot at Cedar Shore with US Hotel ACS Ventures, LLLP at Monday night’s regular meeting.
By Lucy Halverson/sun
Performances by River City Beat, River City Groove, CHS Jazz Band, the Mddle School Choir and various soloists entertained guests at the annual Presidents’ Day Dinner Show Monday night.
PIERRE — A bill that would provide penalties for rioters was seen as a threat to First Amendment rights Wednesday morning during a hearing before the House State Affairs Committee.
By Dana Hess
Chamberlain's Lady Cubs scored 27 points in the opening quarter against the Phillip Scotties at the Chamberlain Armory on Mon., Feb. 3.
The annual Chamberlain-Oacoma Chamber of Commerce awards banquet and annual meeting was held Friday evening February, 7 at the Chamberlain Community Center with dinner catered by Dakota Cuban.
By Dawn Hopkins/sun
OMAHA, Nebraska -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues to prepare the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff season.
A Chamberlain motel, owned by a California company AG Dakota, LLC, received statewide attention last week when KELOLAND TV investigative reporter Angela Kennecke reported on the the South Dakota “M
By Lucy Halverson/sun
At Monday night’s city commission meeting, the motion to accept the South Dakota Department of Transportation’s offer of $9,600 for 3500 sq/ft of land by the street shop located along Highway 50 wa
By Rita Raish/sun
Despite a search by more than 1,200 people covering 4,500 miles of woodlands, and an investigation tracking down more than 220 leads and involving 465 interviews, Serenity Dennard remains missing a
By Bart Pfankuch
PIERRE — Gov. Kristi Noem started her remarks before a gathering of newspaper editors and publishers with praise for the work that they do.
By Dana Hess
Justin Graves presented to the board regarding the National FFA conference which he and six students attended at the end of Oct. in Indianapolis.
By Kris Rademacher/Sun
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, far left, and Lt.
The girls' basketball game between I-90 rivals, the Lyman Lady Raiders and the Chamberlain Lady Cubs, was another exciting game with the Lady Raiders coming back in the fourth quarter to claim a 60
On Fri., Feb. 14, the State Class A Gymnastics Team Competition was held in Aberdeen.
By Wade Hamiel
The Region 2 gymnastics meet was held at the Chamberlain Armory on Fri., Feb. 7. There were seven teams, with 55 gymnasts.
Hayden Evans scored 19 points including five, 3-point field goals in the boys' basketball game held at the Chamberlain Armory on Tues., Jan. 28, against the Madison Bulldogs.
Chamberlain's Lady Cubs traveled to Madison to play in a non-conference girls' basketball game on Tues., Jan. 28. The Lady Bulldogs (4-6) fell to the Lady Cubs (3-6) by two points, 44-42.
Chamberlain Cubs Wrestling team wrestled Sunshine Bible Academy, Andes Central/Dakota Christian, and Lower Brule on Thursday evening.
By Coach Donovan
A great wrestling weekend started Friday at the Armory with the Chamberlain Cubs wrestling team taking on Douglas/New Underwood in a dual with the Cubs coming away with a 64-10 victory over the Pat
By Submitted By Coach John Donovan
The Chamberlain Cubs played their make-up game against the Class B, Bon Homme Cavaliers on Monday, January 20, in Tyndall. The Cubs defeated the Cavaliers 68-41.
The score was close at the end of the first quarter, but the Lennox Orioles pulled away from the Chamberlain Cubs in the second period and never looked back.
Trey Neilan gets a pin during the Burke dual on Tuesday, Jan. 14 in Burke. The Wrestlers will welcome teams on their own turf on Friday, Jan. 24 and Saturday, Jan. 25 at River City Rumble.
President Dale Weber has called the Annual Meeting of the South Dakota Amateur Baseball Association for Sunday, February 9, 2020 at the Highland Conference Center in Mitchell, SD.
Monday evening Gayle Skluzak went to Woonsocket to watch Madison and Hudson Heath and Summer Skluzak play basketball.
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