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Members of the brass section, back row, l-r: Jett Evans, Angel Sifuentis, and Trevor Houska Seated in front; l-r: Will Mahnke, Garrett Ristau and Nick Endres

 

You’ve probably seen these happy, smiling faces if you’ve been to Chamberlain Food Center lately to buy groceries.

Chamberlain City Commissioners heard from a property owner at their Tues., Oct.

In an effort to involve citizens in the fight against drugs, Attorney General Marty Jackley, Sanford Health, South Dakota Sheriff’s Association, South Dakota Police Chiefs’ Association and the Sout

Chamberlain’s High School band always marches in the Homecoming Parade, but this year, they led the bands in the annual River City Band Festival, which was part of Chamberlain’s Homecoming Day Para

These four volunteer minions assisted with registering and measuring pumpkin chunkin distances. L-r: Donna Neeman, Jan Spreckles, Dianne Graves, and Miki Martin.
Serving as crown bearers were, l-r; Presley Houska, Norsean Hawk, Jayde McQuirk, and Brycen Keegel.

Mil levy requests for 2018 were discussed at the Monday night school board meeting.

Chamberlain High School homecoming will kick off with the coronation of the king and queen Mon., Oct. 2 at the National Guard Armory. Candidates include:

Carson Powers

World War II was a pivotal time in the history of the US. While the US was coming out of the Great Depression and finally getting back on our feet, we were attacked on Dec 7, 1941.

When Greg Olson locks up the Old West Trading Post grounds for the final time later this month, he will take 49 years of antiquing experience and thousands of memories to a new location, where he i

Minions will be wandering the streets of Chamberlain Sat., Sept. 30 as part of the annual Chamberlain/Oacoma Fall Festival.

Sports

Senior Dilen Anderson and parents Jamie and Lance Spears

 

The Region 4A meet took place at the Chamberlain Country Club on Thurs., Oct. 12. Chamberlain's girls varsity runners finished behind the Winner Area girls cross country team with 38 points.

Hannah Anderson (above) and Avany Long (below) share the player of the week spotlight. Coach Donovan stated,

The Mt. Vernon/ Plankinton Titans came to the town on Thurs., Oct. 5, and defeated the Lady Cubs varsity team 25-20, 25-13, and 25-23.

The spirits were high after a week long celebration of the 2017 Homecoming activities. The Cubs were ready to take on the Mt. Vernon/ Plankinton Titans, a team with a record of 3-3.

The Miller Lady Rustlers came to Chamberlain and demonstrated to the hometown crowd just why they are the number one team in the Region 3A and rated #4 in the State Class A division.

Cameron Caldwell was crowned the Region 3A Medalist with a round of 72 at the Region tournament held at Hillsview Golf Course on Mon., Sept. 25.

The Chamberlain Cubs traveled to Winner on Fri., Sept. 29, to try and squash a homecoming victory for the Warriors. The Cubs failed to stop the Warriors from scoring 36 points in the game.

The weather was not exactly conducive for area runners to participate in the Platte-Geddes Cross Country Invitational on Sat., Sept. 23.

The Cubs welcomed the Blackhawks from Woonsocket/ Wessington Springs/ Sanborn Central on Fri., Sept. 21. The Blackhawks had a 3-1 record with their only loss to Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan.

The Region 3A Pre-Region meet was played on the Hillsview Golf Course in Pierre on Tues., Sept. 19.

On a cold, wet evening, Fri., Sept. 15, the Chamberlain Cubs traveled north to play football on the Groton Tigers' gridiron.

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