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The annual Winter Wonderland, a static holiday light show, opened Monday night at the American Creek Campground.

Darynn Burke, a member of the Chamberlain High School Student Council, hangs decorations on the Angel Tree sponsored by the Student Council for the holidays.

The Chamberlain City Commission approved hiring Austin Resick as the new police officer to fill the recent vacancy in the department.

Brule county commissioners accepted the tax deed from the treasurer for a Kimball property located at 216 East Willis St., (Lot 7 & 8 Blk 2, 33’ Vacated St.) at last Tuesday’s meeting.

Community volunteers, l-r; Megan Permann, Kristi Lingemann and Hannah Ruhlman serve Carla Hubbard during the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner held at the Community Center Thursday, Nov. 22.

The Chamberlain/Oacoma Chamber of Commerce’s 16th annual Parade of Lights, A Storybook Christmas, will begin at 7:00 p.m. Friday, Nov. 23 at the Avenue of Flags and proceed north on Main Street.

The holiday shopping season in Chamberlain/Oacoma kicks off this weekend, which has been named Small Business Weekend, and includes a parade of lights, photos with Santa, activities for kids, free

A large crowd attended the annual Knights of Columbus Turkey Bingo Friday night at the armory. Knights of Columbus member Terry Casey delivers a turkey to Bingo winner Chelsey Pringle.

 

Proponents and opponents of a proposed CAFO (Concentrated animal feeding operation) hog facility, along with their respective legal counsels, gathered in the Brule county courthouse courtroom for a

United States Marine Allison Barth, a 2018 Chamberlain High School graduate, was the guest speaker at the school’s annual Veterans Day Program Mon., Nov. 12. Mrs.

Muriel Carlson, center, was presented flowers during the FOPA Hall of Fame induction ceremony held Friday night during intermission of the drama’s class production of “Mamma Mia.” Chamberlain AD Da

Veterans Day started as Armistice Day which celebrated the end of hostilities of World War I.

Sports

The Chamberlain Cubs' basketball schedule is starting out with some top teams in Class A. The opening game of the year is against St. Thomas More in Rapid City on Sat., Dec. 8.

The Chamberlain girls basketball team is gearing up to play their first game on Friday, December 7, against the Lyman Raiders in Presho.

The Jr. High wrestling program hosted their first meet on Thurs., Nov. 15, with teams from Mobridge/ Pollack, Burke/Gregory, Kimball/White Lake, Platte Geddes, and Lyman.

The gymnastics team has started the six returning letter winners and eight younger girls practicing for their first competition to be held in Pierre on Thurs., Nov. 29.

9th Grade Honor Roll
Sequoia Altamirano
Ian Anderson
Caleb Borah
Grace Cheeseman
Jayd Chmela
Paige Endres
Josiah Estes

It was a big week for the Kimball/White Lake Lady WiLdKats as they participated in the 2018 Class B state volleyball tournament at the Denny Sanford Premier Center.

Chamberlain senior Ella Byers continues to receive accolades for an outstanding year in cross country.

Named to the Southeast South Dakota Conference last week were four Chamberlain football players, l-r;Seniors Jazz Dominguez, Collin Powell, Kordel Chmela and junior Nash Hutmacher.

The Kimball/White Lake WiLdKats are headed to the “big dance” for the first time since 2011. Last season, the WiLdKats lost in the semifinals against Irene-Wakonda.

The Lady Cubs (12-16) defeated the Crow Creek Lady Chieftains (10-19) in the first quarterfinal game of Region 6 on Monday, October 30. Set scores were 25-24, 25-21, 25-15.

CHS Volleyball teams: Front: Hadley Tichy, Taysa Hutmacher, Makenzie Sorenson, Avany Long, Mady Handel; Second row: Sami Schwartz, Taylor Toering, Maggie Pickner, Drynn Burke, Hannah Anderson, Make

With a 29-0 win over Arlington/Lake Preston, the WiLdKats will travel to Garretson to play the Class 9AA semifinal game against the Garretson Blue Dragons on Friday, November 2. KWL is ranked No.

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