City Engineer Greg Powell presented at the Monday board meeting about Chamberlain’s citywide cleanup. Last year, the National Guard drove picked up un-wanted items from the residents.
“I was coming home from work and, all-of-a-sudden, my life changed,” said Jason Bumsted of Chamberlain.
The Chamberlain School Board toured of the new facilities on the west side of the high school building, and the sixth grade classrooms during their meeting Monday evening.

Missouri Valley Arts Council and the Dakota Players invite everyone to an evening of fun and entertainment when the area’s young talent present The Superhero Show Friday, March 10th at 7:00 p.m.

“My first art show was showing a small buffalo painting with my father at the Northwest Bank on Main Street in Chamberlain in 1964 at the age of 10,” said artist Alfreda Beartrack-Algeo.

Yvette DuVall, first place; Rachel Reuer, second place and Kristy Lingeman, third place.

City Engineer Greg Powell introduced Housing Authority employee Eric Ambroson to the board at the Tues., Feb. 21 City meeting.

Throughout the hallways at Chamberlain High School students rush off to their classrooms or lockers each day.

River City Groove, River City Beat and the CHS Jazz Band performed two shows on Mon., Feb. 20 for the annual Friends of Performing Arts (FOPA) President’s Day Lasagna Dinner.


SIOUX FALLS – The Cubs and the Cavaliers played their second game of the State A basketball tournament on Friday afternoon at the Denny Sanford Premier Center.

Big Dakota Conference

The CMS Explorers made their annual trip to Pierre on Tues., Feb. 28.

As the No. 1 seed in Region 6A, Chamberlain hosted the Mobridge Tigers in a high school boys basketball semifinal game. The Cubs defeated the Tigers, 69-47 in front of a full house of Cub fans.

Seniors Seth Friesz and Tiegen Priebe are members of the 1,000th Point Club. Friesz reached 1,000 points while playing against the Gregory Gorillas in Gregory on Dec. 12.

Front L to R: Taylor Toering, Shayla Struwe, Makenzie Sorensen; Middle: Ella Byers, Breanna Rademacher, Makenzy Mutziger, Avany Long, Brenna Comfert, Sierra Kenobbie, Treyah Sitting Bear, Justina G

Todd, Tiegen and Annette Priebe smile during parents’ night for boys’ basketball.


All three Chamberlain wrestlers at the 2017 State Class A Tournament Feb. 24-25 ended the season on the awards podium at the Premier Center in Sioux Falls.

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