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Ted and Pam Petrak brought two horses to the June 21 RCFN event to provide horse back rides to area youth.

The Mitchell/Rapid City Regional Rail Authority (MRC) met in Oacoma last Thursday to re-organize for 2019.

The Chamberlain School Board reviewed the recommendation from the transportation work group at the meeting Monday night.

Top: A large number of parents and others volunteered their time Saturday to help the Chamberlain Swim Team host their annual meet at the city pool.

Checking on a diesel powered irrigation pump every few hours around the clock over Father’s Day weekend would not be considered a holiday on the river for most but for Rob Brown, manager of the Ame

Real Estate Advertised in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 and the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 which makes it illegal to discriminate against any person bec

In late May, four select journalists had the opportunity to experience some of South Dakota’s finest art and sculpture pieces as guests of a South Dakota Department of Tourism press tour.

Top: Volunteers l-r; Conner Graves, Evan Engels, and Max Donovan, cut the tops out of large plastic seed bags that were filled with sand and positioned around the American Creek Marina last Wednesd

TFollowing heavy rains this Spring a sink hole opened up along South Main and 11th Street.

Ducks rather than tractors are in this corn field south of Chamberlain that remains under water following heavy rains this spring

 

Lake Francis Case is on the rise again for the second time this spring.

If there is a secret to aging well, Mildred Reniker knows what it is.

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Sports

The River City Classic, a Jr. Teener 14U Round Robin, was held Saturday and Sunday at Greig Field in Chamberlain.

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The Chamberlain Cubs traveled to Salem for a game against McCook/Minor on Monday, June 17. The game ended with the home team defeating the Cubs 2-0.

Chamberlain receives fourth place as overall team at State competition Chamberlain has a team of 39 memebers from 6-12th grades.

Brynn Mahrt and Shadia Dakam cheer on their teammate as they await for their turns in the Girls 13-20 50 SC Meter Backstroke.

The Chamberlain Post 3 Legion Baseball team traveled to Yankton to partake in the Kyle Mueller Memorial First Dakota Classic American Legion baseball tournament at Riverside Field at Bob Tereshinsk

During the wooden Bat Tournament held on Saturday, June 8, the 2009 Legion team was recognized for their third place State B Legion Tournament.

The Chamberlain Mallards hosted an amateur baseball game at Explorer Field on Sun., June 2.

The Region tournament was held in Pierre on Tues., May 28. Parkston won the team title with Mobridge- Pollock taking second place and Winner coming in third.

Wade Hamiel/Sun The State Class A Track Meet took place on Fri., May 24 and Sat., May 25 in Tea and Sioux Falls.

The baseball game between the Chamberlain/ Kimball Cubs and the Winner/Colome Royals was a pitching battle between Hickey for the Cubs and Jackson Kinzer for the Royals.

CHS Track Team: Row 4: Luigi Derlindati, Drayton Priebe, Hayden Evans, Jackson Soulek, Mady Handel, Sellyck McManus, Nash Hutmacher, Ella Byers, CJ Yost, Sam Peppel, Jenna Johnson; Row 3: Avany Lon

Chamberlain participated at the Lezlie Blasius Memorial Track Meet held in Kimball on Friday, May 10.

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