For area farmers, fall represents an important time to harvest what has been months in the making. It also marks a time of year when producers of both livestock and crops take time to learn from their peers. Test plot shows are one way farmers share knowledge about the crops and yields they experience in a particular area.
Madeline Tyrell, who was crowned CHS Homecoming Queen, sits next to King Tyson Fluery on stage Monday night during coronation festivities. Chamberlain High School’s homecoming activities are this week, culminating with the parade on Friday, Sept. 26 at 1:30 pm through downtown Chamberlain. Football hosts Redfield/Doland on Friday, game time 7 pm.
Delores (Hantke) Stoll of Pukwana doesn’t believe life is meant to be all smooth; after all, how could you appreciate the good stuff if you couldn’t compare it to anything? “You can’t have all good, and I haven’t,” Stoll reflected. “But oh what a blessed life I have! I’ve got nine grandkids, 26 great grandkids, three great-great grandkids and been married for 60 years.
On September 16 the volleyball team took on Todd County. The team was led by Grace Yeaton with 8 aces, Willow Kott with 7 kills, Hallie Hallock with 24 digs, and Madison Harmon with 4 blocks. The team rolled in 3 straight sets by scores of 25-21, 25-16, and 25-15.
The Cubs hosted 27 teams on September 18 at the Chamberlain Country Club. It was a bright sunny day, but a head wind at both the start and end of the race was only another advisory
as both boys and girls ran hard against a number of talented athletes.
The game on September 12 was a lot closer than the stats showed. Chamberlain would out produce the Braves in yards 332-106. However fumbles would negate a couple of good drives for the Cubs.