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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.

Current Chamberlain Police Sergeant Jason Handel was promoted to the position of Chief of Police at Monday night’s city commission meeting.

BROOKINGS — This November, South Dakota voters will once again decide on an ethics measure.

A Chamberlain Cubs wrap was recently installed on the doors of the multipurpose room at the high school to brighten up the area and bring more school spirit and pride to the commons area.

Millions of 4-H students, parents, and volunteers will celebrate the 76th consecutive National 4-H Week Oct. 7 through 13, with the theme “Inspire Kids to Do”!

Lydia Krenke, a member of the Scarlet Pride Color Guard, and CHS band members march and perform during the CHS Homecoming Parade Friday, Sept. 28.

Despite cool morning temperatures the Pumpkin Patch photo shoot was set up outside Saturday morning but it wasn’t long before a light mist forced the booth to move inside the Chamberlain Community

I finally caught up with Lester Plank in his office at the Brule county jail to find out why he is retiring after 38 years of being in law enforcement.

CHS attendants and senior royalty, l-r; freshman, Lainey Urban; sophomore, Kamryn Hyland; junior, Grace DuVall, queen candidates Avany Long and Mady Handel and Queen Ella Byers, King Collin Powell,

Employees of Great Western Bank, Chamberlain served a tailgate supper at the new picnic shelter at Don Geise Field Friday night before the game against Groton area; lr: Carson Pringle, Sundee Mayer

Chamberlain High School will celebrate the 2018 homecoming September 23-28, kicking off the week with the crowning of the king and queen at a coronation ceremony Monday, September 24 at the Nationa

Sports

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.

The MV/P Titans, the No. 3 ranked team in Class 11B, were a handful for the Chamberlain Cubs in the MV/P homecoming football game held on Fri., Oct. 5.

The Lady Cubs (6-11) put up a fierce fight in a four-set match against the Gregory Spikers (11-6) at the Chamberlain Armory on Thurs., Sept. 27.

Ella Byers is the only senior on the cross county team. She was recognized for her accomplishments in sports during the volleyball game on Thurs., Sept. 27.

The Friday night lights were on at the Don Giese Field as Chamberlain hosted the No. 5 team in Class 11B, the Winner Warriors, in a homecoming football game held on Fri., Sept. 28.

The Chamberlain Cubs took their game into overtime against the Woonsocket/Wessington Springs, Sanborn Central Blackhawks in a Friday night game on Sept., 21.

Senior Will Mahnke with his parents Will Sr. and Amanda and younger brother Mason.

 

The Groton Tigers arrived in town to take on the Cubs at the Don Giese Field on Fri., Sept. 14. After four quarters of play, the Tigers left with a victory over the Cubs, 21-8.

The Todd County Lady Falcons came to the Chamberlain Armory to battle the Lady Cubs in a high school volleyball game on Tues., Sept. 11. The sets were close, 28-26, 22-25, 25-18, and 25-17.

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