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The Mid-Dakota Reading Council and the Cozard Memorial Library hosted a “Fancy Nancy Mother/ Daughter Tea Party” Saturday February 16 at the library.

Some of the members of the CHS River City Groove that performed at the President’s Day Lasagna Dinner Monday night included; front row, Darynn Burke, Collin Powell, Emma Powers, and Kordel Chmela.

A local Chamberlain team of Zach Kenobbie (left) and Lane Hickey won the 10th annual Chamberlain/Oacoma Ice Fishing Tournament Saturday with a total of 10.9 pounds of walleye.

Funeral services for Sandra Nies, 72, of Chamberlain will be held 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at Christ the King Catholic Church in Presho, SD. Sandy was born Sept.

At Monday night’s Chamberlain City Commission meeting, Police Chief Jason Handel submitted a list of resolutions which sets the amount of fines for violations of certain ordinances of the city.

Chamberlain High School’s One-Act Play, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike received a Superior rating at the State Class A competition Jan. 30.

Effective July 1, 2019, South Dakotans will no longer be required to hold a permit to carry a concealed weapon.

It’s that time of year, time to renew your subscription to “Your Chamberlain Newspaper” the Chamberlain-Oacoma SUN and help the CMS Explorers reach their fundraiser goals for 2019.

A conflict in the ownership of a liquor license resulted in the Chamberlain City Commission canceling the agenda item until the issue can be resolved.

With a surge of arctic air expected to bring the coldest temperatures in years to most of eastern and central South Dakota by Wednesday many activities and events, including classes at area schools

The 2019 Farmer/Rancher of the Year award was given to Keith and Leslie Reuer of Lyman county. The couple have served on numerous boards, committees, and elected roles.

This June, CHS social studies teacher Carissa VanderLey will be traveling to Europe to participate in Memorializing the Fallen, a teacher professional development program that will take educators o

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

The Chamberlain Lady Cubs played three consecutive game last week with the third game against the Platte-Geddes Black Panthers on Sat., Feb. 16 at the Chamberlain Armory.

It is always a bitter sweet day when the Region wrestling tournament is over. You realize how hard all the boys have worked and you want all of them to achieve their goals.

The Chamberlain Cubs hosted the Crow Creek Chieftains in a boys' high school basketball game on Tues., Feb. 5. The Cubs defeated the Chieftains with a score of 75- 53.

TThe final dual meet of the season saw the Cubs wrestling team take on Kimball/White Lake /Platte Geddes at Kimball last Friday night.

Chamberlain senior Avany Long, seated on the left, accepted an offer to run track and field at Dakota Wesleyan University at Mitchell during a signing ceremony last Friday.

 

The Chamberlain Lady Cubs traveled to Mission to compete against the Todd County Falcons on Tues., Jan. 29. The Falcons are the second seed in Region 7A with a 12-2 record.

Four Lady Cubs were in double figures in a home game on Tues., Jan. 22, against the Madison Bulldogs.

PIERRE — High school football coaches may seek a major scheduling change that would require that the state volleyball tournament be moved to an earlier date.

The River City Rumble was held in Chamberlain this past weekend and the Cubs wrestling team had another outstanding performance.

gymnastics team won their first meet of the year and in front of their home crowd on Tues., Jan. 15.

The Cubs boys’ basketball team won a hard fought battle against the Bon Homme Cavaliers, 46-44, at the Chamberlain Armory on Sat., Jan. 12.

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