The question of which insurance company will provide coverage to the Chamberlain School District was discussed at length at Monday night’s meeting.

Chamberlain’s newest police officer started his tenure here by first building relationships within the community.

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 ceremony to dedicate a highway sign in memory of fallen highway trooper Verlyn LaMonte Mettler was last Wednesday at the I- 90 Information Center near Chamberlain.

The Chamberlain City Commission amended a previous motion and agreed to push back the closure of Main Street from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The sixth annual Scavenger’s Journey is June 23-25 this year. The deadline for advertising garage sales is June 1. It costs $10 to advertise in the Scavenger’s Journey booklet.

Ashley Estes leads the procession of high school graduates during the elementary walk, May 12 at Chamberlain Elementary.


Chamberlain High School seniors stepped out of the classroom last Friday, picked up paint scrapers and brushes, and volunteered their time to give back to their community.

“I don’t know how she does it.”

It’s a comment Annette Priebe, mother to five busy boys, has heard over and over since becoming a mother 24 years ago.

Elementary Principal Rocky Almond updated the Chamberlain School Board on the endof- year activities going on in grades K-6 at Monday night’s school board meeting.


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.

A stolen base in the fifth inning helped Chamberlain/ Kimball battle to a 5-5 tie with Winner/Colome (JV) on Fri., May 12, at Greig Field.

On Mon., May 8, Gregory came to Grieg Field to take on the Chamberlain/ Kimball ball club. The first game became a slugging contest between the two ball clubs.

It only took two innings in the baseball game against Todd County on Fri., May 5, to pull out a victory for the Chamberlain/Kimball baseball club.

Sheldon Fletcher and Sage Fletcher


Cami Comfert take the lead in the 100 M dash against RaeAunna Eagle Feather and Logan Buum.

WINNER – Two Chamberlain Cubs set new individual records at the Big Dakota Conference Track Meet held in Winner on Tues., April 18.

St. Thomas More came to town on Mon., April 17, to play against the Chamberlain/Kimball baseball club. In the double header, St.

Chamberlain/Kimball hosted Winner/Colome in a double header baseball game on Sun., April 9 at Gregg Field.

Left: Carson Powers passes the baton to Rich Marone in the 4x200 relay.

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