Local singer Meshelle Wolf preforms from the portable stage, donated by Sanford of Chamberlain, at the first River City Friday Nights event held in downtown Chamberlain June 16.

It is easy for those who have only ever worked outside their residences to assume that the distractions of home life could interfere with working from one’s house, especially in an era where reside

A Chamberlain woman’s Mother’s Day gift is not just for her, but for the whole community.

Pierre, S.D. – Beginning July 1, South Dakota residents may apply for the new Dignity license plate. The plates will be available for motor vehicles and motorcycles.

This is the first in a series of three stories examining the lives of people who work remotely from the Chamberlain area and why they choose to live here


Lois Winters (blue) dances with others to music by children’s performer Leslie Dolby (Rockin’ Red), June 7 during the opening party for the “Build a Better World” summer reading program at the Cham

The Chamberlain City Commission tabled discussion with what to do about speeding on Salebarn Road Monday evening after a local business owner brought the issue to their attention.

The Baymont Inn and Suites is now open at the former site of the Oasis Inn, which was partially destroyed by a blaze in the early morning of Memorial Day last year.

Despite pushback from the community, the Chamberlain School Board voted unanimously May 31 to accept the recommendation of the school’s health insurance committee’s recommendation to continue to of

Roger Nehring pulled the weeds from his plot in the Chamberlain community garden next to the Sanford Medical Center, when a passerby asked him, “‘Why don’t you give up?


The annual golf scramble was held on Friday, June 9 at the Chamberlain Country club. Sixteen teams of four people with a total of 64 people participating.

Mike Schwartz threw all nine innings in the win against Miller in the game on Thursday, June 14 at Greig Field. The Mallards defeated Miller 3-0.

Chamberlain’s third annual Glow for Dough Run/Walk will take place this Friday, as part of River City Friday Nights on Main Street.

Chamberlain improved their record to 2-2 in a win against Kimball/White Lake on Thurs., June 8.

HARTFORD - Averie Larson and Taysa Hutmacher participated in the girls Class A state golf tournament on Monday and Tuesday, June 5 and June 6, at the Central Valley Golf Club.

Clay target shooting is the fastest growing high school sport in Minnesota, and sport organizers in South Dakota hope the activity follows suit with young people in The Mount Rushmore State.

PIERRE – Region 3A girls golf tournament was held on Tues., May 30 at Hillsview Golf Course . Chamberlain had two girls qualify for the state meet on June 5 and 6 in Hartford.

SIOUX FALLS – Tiegen Priebe earned the honor of being this year's Field Events MVP for Class A Track.

Girls Basketball: Back: Paige Reuer, Sierra Kenobbie, Mady Handel, Brianna Rademacher, Shyla Struwe; Front: Brenna Comfert, Avany Long and Taylor Sharping.

The Chamberlain boys and girls track team will travel to Tea and Sioux Falls to partake in the State track Meet on May 26 and 27.

Chamberlain hosted the Region 6A Track Meet Thurs, May 18 at the Don Geise Field. The Lady Cubs came away with the first place trophy, earning 193 points.

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