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Chamberlain High School’s assistant football coach Bill Gray missed the Cubs’ first home football game Friday, August 24. However, you can’t blame him, he had a pretty good reason.

Emzie Stovall was named the winner of the Peoples Choice award for the Best Ribs.

Vivian, SD—High school English teacher and longtime Lyman County resident Debra Smith has announced her candidacy for a seat in the South Dakota House of Representatives from District 26B.

A new sign and a permanent bench in memory of a Chamberlain Cub fan and long-time member of the football ‘chain gang’ have been added to the tailgate area at Don Geise Field.

The Chamberlain Board of Education opened their Monday night meeting with public comment from district parents.

The Chamberlain Booster Club kicked off the start of the 2018-19 school year with a tailgate cook-out at Friday night’s football game against Canton.

The first time Joe Hutmacher was put on duty as a police officer, he was told to go gas up the patrol car. When he noticed a bunch of his friends hanging around at D&N, he pulled in.

Local volunteers were recognized for countless hours of service to the community Saturday morning during American Island Days.

On Monday evening, Tim Thomas presided over the Chamberlain City Commission meeting in the absence of Mayor Mutziger.

PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard has called a special legislative session to consider legislation that would expedite implementation of the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in South Dakota v.

Top: The 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees pose for a photo wearing their Chamberlain Cubs t-shirts and display their plaques following the awards banquet Saturday night held at Cedar Shore Reso

The four young people pictured above, l-r; Barrett Olivier, Aine Graesser, Hayden Handel, and Willam Hanzlik participate in a craft about aviation.

Sports

The Cubs' football team traveled to Wagner Fri., Sept. 7., and rolled the Wagner Red Raiders 49-7 in a Southeast Conference game.

The Cubs out-played all competitors in the Big Dakota Conference Golf Tournament at the Chamberlain Country Club on Thurs., Sept. 6.

The Chamberlain Cubs football team played a short game against St. Francis Indian School Warriors at the Don Geise Field on Fri., Aug. 3.

The Chamberlain Cubs hosted a golf tournament at the Chamberlain Country Club on Thurs., Aug. 30. Eight teams participated in the tournament with 36 Varsity golfers and 22 JV golfers.

It took all five sets before the Lady Cubs pulled out the victory in volleyball action at the Chamberlain Armory on Tues., Aug 28.

Chamberlain opened their 2018 football season playing the Canton C-Hawks at Don Geise Field on Fri., Aug. 24. The CHawks, defeated the Cub 23-6.

In an exhibition game held at the Armory on Thursday, August 23, the girls' volleyball team played a “friendly game” against their fathers. John Donovan attempted to block his daughter's hit.

CHS boys cross country team will have trouble fielding a varsity team at some meets according to head coach, Gary Winter. “When we do have a full team, we should be OK,” stated the coach.

Coach Amy Donovan has 35 volleyball players ready for some competition. The team will have five seniors that played numerous varsity minutes last season.

“One second, One minute, One hour, One day, One game, One Play at a time.” That's how Chamberlain is approaching the 2018 Football season,” stated the new head football coach, Mr. George Caine.

The 2018 Football team will be under the leadership of Coach George Caine. He replaces Coach Dan Olson who resigned last spring.

Coach Caine invited the football players’ mothers to practice Saturday and gave them the chance to experience what the players do in practice and in a game.

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