A two-day March blizzard would not deter the Dakota Player’s production of “The Bard of Ballyfiddle”, from being performed last Friday night at the Oacoma Community Center.

When the dust had settled from the South Dakota Class A State Wrestling championship in Sioux Falls, the Chamberlain Cubs had two wrestlers on top of the podium.

The Chamberlain City Commission was informed last Tuesday night that closure on the Priebe land purchase was delayed again.

Members of the CHS Show Choir, River City Groove, perform their Dream Theme Show, at the annual Friends of Performing Arts (FOPA’s) annual President’s Day Lasagna Supper held at the high school Mon

In the last couple of years, Boy Scouts in the Chamberlain area has grown from eight to 35 members, thanks to the efforts of leaders Mike Hosek, Jarrod Hanzlik, and Jahn Schumacher.


It was a weekend of firsts for the Chamberlain Cubs wrestling team.

CHS Girl’s Varsity Basketball team includes:

Morgan Hickey submitted an original poem to the 2017-18 USD Scholastic Art and Writing Competition. She earned the Gold Key Award for excellence.

Chamberlain High School graduate (2014) Kennedy Wagner became the 20th Dakota State Lady T's basketball player to surpass the 1,000-point milestone Saturday, Feb.

Chamberlain took a full team, 14 weight classes, to Eagle Butte last Saturday to compete in the Region 3A Tournament, and qualify for the 2018 State “A” Tournament in Sioux Falls Feb.

The Chamberlain Cubs hosted McCook Central-Montrose (MCM) and Winner in a Triangular wrestling match last Tuesday night under the lights at the Armory.

The Chamberlain gymnastics team was the fourth seed entering the State A Meet in Watertown on Fri., Feb. 9.

Twenty-five teams, including the Chamberlain Cubs, participated in the Big Dakota Conference Tournament held at Stanley County's Parkview Gym Sat., Feb.

The Lady Falcons are rated #2 in Region 7, and they performed well against the Lady Cubs on Thurs., Feb. 1.

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