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‘Food Play’

‘Food Play’

Children at the library program last Wednesday broke the cardinal rule of the kitchen: don’t play...

Honest folks, family and plenty of hunting welcome Harris home

Honest folks, family and plenty of hunting welcome Harris home

Gary Harris graduated from Chamberlain High School in 1982 and knew he would one day return...

Size Really Matters fishing tournament reels in 28 teams

Size Really Matters fishing tournament reels in 28 teams

The annual Size Really Matters ladies only fishing tourney was held Saturday. Twenty-eight...

Students attend Honor Choir

Students attend Honor Choir

Three CHS students are able to participate in the 41st Annual SD Honor Choir held this summer...

  • ‘Food Play’

    ‘Food Play’

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014 20:33
  • Honest folks, family and plenty of hunting welcome Harris home

    Honest folks, family and plenty of hunting welcome Harris home

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014 20:34
  • Size Really Matters fishing tournament reels in 28 teams

    Size Really Matters fishing tournament reels in 28 teams

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014 20:38
  • Students attend Honor Choir

    Students attend Honor Choir

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014 20:40

‘Food Play’

Children at the library program last Wednesday broke the cardinal rule of the kitchen: don’t play with your food. Library Director Melissa Hutmacher demonstrated how to use milk and food coloring to make an edible food paint. Above, kidscolor pictures and add food to make a textured art piece.

Honest folks, family and plenty of hunting welcome Harris home

Gary Harris graduated from Chamberlain High School in 1982 and knew he would one day return home. What he couldn’t have predicted, of course, was the journey he’d take. Harris wrestled for one year in high school. An impressive record combined with strength, youth and “just enough dumb”, according to Harris, caught attention from coaches at Northern State University in Aberdeen. The former Cub was offered a wrestling scholarship and quickly adapted to college life.

“Let me share with you, I’ll give you an example”

Former SD Governor Mike Rounds was just another person in the room, joining the Brule Co. Republicans for a casual ice cream social  July 23. Rounds, of course, is running for the U.S. Senate seat soon to be vacated by Tim Johnson, but this meeting  wasn’t to drum up support for his campaign.

Size Really Matters fishing tournament reels in 28 teams

The annual Size Really Matters ladies only fishing tourney was held Saturday. Twenty-eight teams gathered in the American Creek Marina to fish on the Missouri River and raise awareness for breast cancer.

Students attend Honor Choir

Three CHS students are able to participate in the 41st Annual SD Honor Choir held this summer on the campus of Augustana College. The elite choir of 150 voices selects the finest singers form SD high school students in grades 10 and 11. Each student audition includes a written exam, vocal solo, sight singing, tonal memory, and a cappella singing.

An early start to football season

My fantasy football draft was Saturday, and it went better than expected. I know, July 26 seems ridiculously early for such things. Training camp just started for a handful of teams. The first preseasongame is two weeks away.


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