By Brianna Arbogast
Much like previous years, this year’s Chamberlain Chamber of Commerce’s Annual luncheon took time to honor some of the area’s outstanding members. Each year the Chamber Board of Directors meets to go over the submissions for Volunteer of the Year and Business of the year. Mike Normile, the Chamber Director, noted that each of the nominees for both business and volunteer of the year were all tremendous and excellent candidates.
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CHS drama students wowed judges in Pierre on January 27 and will now advance to the State competition in Sioux Falls, February 4-6. This year, the SDHSAA State One-Act Play Festival will bring together 44 of the best high school theatre productions in a festival setting. During the State Festival, each qualifying school will perform their play for the public and a panel of three judges.
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By Hannah Ruhlman
The school board discusses and votes for what they find to be best for Chamberlain staff and students on a bi-weekly basis. Although new topics often come up during their meetings, one central topic has held the focus on-and-off throughout the last decade: to build or not to build a facility to house administration offices, CTE classes, athletic space for wrestling, gymnastics and weight training and a Fine Arts facility.
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By Wade Hamiel
Chamberlain’s Dawson Munger had a double-double in helping her team defeat the Lady Tigers, 41 to 29 on January 29. Munger had 16 points and collected 10 rebounds on the night. One of the most glaring differences in the game was that MP scored 18 points in the first quarter and then only put another 11 points on the scoreboard for the remainder of the contest.
By Wade Hamiel
Chamberlain’s boys basketball team collected a win over Region 6A opponent, Mobridge-Pollock, 48 to 35, on January 29. The Chamberlain Cubs bounced back from a Monday night loss and held the Tigers to 3 points in the first quarter. A strong defensive effort and 13 points for the Cubs gave them a 13 to 4 lead going into the second quarter.