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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.

Fourth grade students at Chamberlain Elementary presented the annual Happy Birthday, South Dakota program Friday, Nov. 2 at the Armory.

Betwixt at the confluence of east meets west, Al’s Oasis restaurant, grocery store and gift shop has become a mecca for locals and tourists alike.

A large crowd of children dressed in Halloween costumes, accompanied by parents, grand parents and other family members att

The Chamberlain School Board held a special meeting on Monday night to review the financial accounts and approve the monthly bill list for October.

Many out-of-town visitors spent time in the Chamberlain area last weekend either shopping, hunting or fishing as perfect fall weather conditions greeted all.

Ella Byers won the Class A state cross country title as a freshman, took fourth as a sophomore, but didn’t compete as a junior due to health problems.

Following an executive session of the board of education, the Chamberlain School District approved offering the Business Ma

Top: The Chamberlain girls XC team placed first at the Region 4A meet held in Chamberlain Thursday, Oct.

Sports

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.

Chamberlain's volleyball h|am traveled north to play in a triangular meet between Cheyenne-Eagle Butte and McLaughlin.

The SESD volleyball tournament was held on Sat., Oct 20, with teams from Wagner, Winner, Burke, Chamberlain, Gregory, Platte-Geddes, Bon Homme, Parkston, andMt. Vernon/ Plankinton.

Chamberlain traveled to Stanley County to play in their final regular season football game on Fri., Oct. 12.

Weather conditions weren't the most desirable during the Region 4A cross country meet that was held at the Chamberlain Coun

Fish Lake Country Club hosted the Southeast South Dakota Conference cross country meet on Mon., Oct. 1. Ella Byers outpaced Sidda Schuyler of Winner for the top spot in the girls' varsity contest.

The WiLdKats took three sets from the Cubs at the Chamberlain Armory on Tues., Oct. 2.

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