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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

Doug Knust, president of Harry K Chevrolet Buick in Chamberlain-Oacoma, recently announced the sale of his Chevrolet and Buick dealership to Anthony Farnsworth of Newcastle ,Wyoming.

Several members of the Chamberlain football team, l-r; Caleb Borah, Wyatt Powers, and Trey Neilan serve plates of spaghetti to Chad Mutziger and his daughters McKenzy and Chesney under the watchful

On July 1, the use of e-cigarettes or other vaping products will become illegal in almost all South Dakota workplaces and public buildings, including bars, restaurants and casinos.

We all prosper from a good downtown,” stated Natalie Muruato last Tuesday night as she spoke to a crowd of approximately 100 people gathered at the Chamberlain Community Center for a open forum to

At the Monday night’s City Commission meeting, Ron LaMie, recreation coordinator for the city of Chamberlain, gave a presentation of the new Recreation link on the city’s website for summer recreat

It had been a long trip down from North Dakota.

Members of the Chamberlain Cubs Scouts Pack 93, leaders and a few siblings spent Friday afternoon helping Aktion Club members fill plastic colored eggs with candy in preparation of the upcoming Akt

Dylan Hopkins, a high school senior, presented a petition of a hundred signatures to the Chamberlain School Board Monday night requesting they reconsider the contract renewal of Head Football Coach

Representatives from TransCanada, Permit Specialist Glenn Taylor and Attorney James Moore, met with Brule County Commissioners at their Tuesday March 19 regular meeting to discuss a Haul Road Agree

Vehicles headed west on I-90 Friday morning were forced off the road at the Chamberlain Exit #265 as they waited for the interstate to reopen following the late season blizzard that hit the state M

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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.

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.

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

Mady Handel finished her high school basketball career being selected as a member of the Big Dakota Conference team.

Brant Gullickson plans on attending SDSU and majoring in Aviation. Brant's parents are Chad and Kim Gullickson.

 

Chamberlain defeated The Mobridge/Pollock Tigers in the first game of the Region 6A tournament on Mon., Feb. 25, at the Chamberlain Armory.

Cameron Caldwell poured in 26 points in the Region 6A game against the McLaughlin Mustangs on Tues., Feb. 26, at the Chamberlain Armory.

Chamberlain hosted the Stanley County Lady Buffaloes on Tues., Feb. 19. The Armory was packed with family members honoring the senior girls who would be playing their final regular season game.

The final regular season game did not end well for the Cubs.

Platte-Geddes had control of the game against the Cubs on Sat., Feb. 16, until the very end of the game.

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