PIERRE, S.D. - Two South Dakota communities, five individuals, and two businesses were honored at the 2020 Governor’s Conference on Tourism’s annual awards banquet on Thursday, January 23. Governor Kristi Noem and the South Dakota Department of Tourism presented the following awards to tourism industry members including Chamberlain resident Kathi Anderson.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, far left, and Lt. Governor Larry Rhoden, far right, honored Brule County chief deputy sheriff Tory Engel, Chamberlain Police officers Teil Glaus and Garret Harmon, and state Highway Patrol trooper Josh De Wild of Chamberlain with the Governor’s Award for Heroism for their actions to rescue survivors of the November 20, 2019 airplane crash near Chamberlain. The officers were recognized on opening day of the 2020 legislative session in Pierre. Representative Rebecca Reimer also from Chamberlain was the prime sponsor of a commemoration for the officers read on the floor of the House of Representatives.
PIERRE—Tourism, cyber security and bioprocessing are among the keys to boosting South Dakota’s economy, according to Gov. Kristi Noem. The governor made those assertions in her State of the State address on Tuesday.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Monday, February 3, 2020, at 6:10 p.m. in the Meeting Room at Chamberlain City Offices, 715 North Main Street, Chamberlain, South Dakota 57325, has been fixed by the Chamberlain City Council as the time and place for hearing upon the following applications for the issuance of license for the sale at retail of malt beverage and wine in the City of Chamberlain, to wit:
The Chamberlain Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on February 6, 2020 at 5:30 P.M. in the Chamberlain City Offices located at 715 N. Main, Chamberlain, to hear testimony regarding a request for conditiona use for a bed and breakfast at 103 Abernathy Circle, Lot 4B, Block 5, Riverview Subdivision, City o Chamberlain, Brule County.