The Chamberlain Chamber of Commerce kicks-off the holiday shopping season this weekend with retail promotions to encourage people to shop locally and keep the Chamberlain/Oacoma communities thrivin

The Chamber of Commerce, along with area businesses will be hosting a variety of events for the holiday season beginning with the annual Chili Supper Fri., Nov.

Knights of Columbus members Liam McManus (standing), Tom Eimers and Bob Ellis (upper right) called Bingo for the annual Turkey Bingo held Fri., Nov. 17 at the Chamberlain Armory.

Chamberlain Oral Interp presented at the Regional Competition at Arrowwood Resort on Monday, Nov. 13. Qualifying for the State Competition in Aberdeen Dec.

Doug Knust congratulates Brittany McDonald of Chamberlain the lucky winner of the Holiday Equinox Giveaway, a raffle hosted by Harry K and Sanford.

Two of the characters from the 2017 Fall play, Jerrod Waterbury as Bill Slank/Fighting Prawn (left) and Ashton Burke as Black Stache, prepare to fight in a scene from Peter and the Starcatcher pres

Three local veterans, Ken Anderson, Dennis Gunderson and Tim Thomas were honored and recognized for their service during the Chamberlain High School’s Veterans Day Program Fri., Nov.

When soldiers deploy to war zones, communities rally in support of them and the loved ones they leave at home. But for two Chamberlain men, family was a part of the deployment.

Young Chamberlain entrepreneurs Elise Thomas (left) and Mya Priebe, both age 12, makers of M.E.

Breanna Rademacher, a staff member at Al’s Oasis Gift Shop, assisted with kids games during Al’s annual Mallway Trick or Treating event Tues., Oct. 31.

Following the public hearing of the Chamberlain Planning Commission at Monday night's city commission meeting, the commission approved a variance request from CFC Food and Fuel to install a canopy

Alaina Bairey, Melaya Dominguez, River Burkard, and Buster Reis presented their FFA presentation to the Oacoma Town Board at Monday night’s meeting.


The Crazy Rcers hosted thier end of the year awards banquet Sat., Nov. 4 in Pukwana. Justin Naescher (second from left) raced his way to the top in the Outlaw Class.

CHS Volleyball: Back: Jamie Pazour, Izzy Tyrell, Paige Reuer, Alayne Daly, Brenna Comfert, Maggy Pickner, Mady Handel, Taysa Hutmacher, RaeAnna Lewis; Middle: Kameron Hyland, Makenzie Sorenson, Ava

CHS Varsity Football: Back: Kolby Hyland, Jackson Soulek, Will Mahnke, Max Hawk, Ethan Colombe, Nash Hutmacher, Jazz Dominquez, Caden Medicine Eagle, Cole Hickey, Brant Gullickson; Middle: Karter H

In Region 6A, the Lady Cubs were seeded fifth, and the Crow Creek Lady Chieftains were seeded fourth.

BROOKINGS, S.D. - South Dakota 4-H now offers the Shooting Sports Hunting discipline. Sign up for an opportunity to join the State 4-H Hunting Shooting Sports team by November 13, 2017.

It was Parents' Night at the Chamberlain Armory and the Lady Cubs showed their appreciation to their parents for all the support during the year.

The Chamberlain Lady Cubs finished their cross country season in 11th place at the Class A State Meet on Sat., Oct. 21.

Senior Brenna Comfert with mom, Carson Pringle and dad, Dan Comfert

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,

Senior Dilen Anderson and parents Jamie and Lance Spears


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.

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