You’ve heard the name. You’ve seen their signature appearance in community parades. You’ve enjoyed popcorn and smiles under the big-top at one of their productions. But, did you know that the Big Bend Shrine Club of Chamberlain has raised money each year since the 1960’s for the Shriners Hospitals for Children?
St. Joseph’s Indian School presented the second annual crowning of Mr. Relay for Life at the Chamberlain Armory on Saturday, April 12. Representing Upper Crust Pizza and Wings, James Girter (pictured above), captivates the audience with his talented voice as he sang What’s Up by 4 Non Blondes. Crowned as Mr. Relay was Stephen Monteau who was sponsored by Al’s Oasis.
CHAMBERLAIN — A Gann Valley woman was found guilty on one count of first-degree manslaughter and one count of aggravated assault Friday in the death of 4-year-old Mason Naser. Donika Gonzales, 23, stood trial this week in the Brule County courthouse for charges of seconddegree murder, and two alternate counts of firstdegree manslaughter, aggravated assault and felony child abuse.
OACOMA - Lady Cub golfer, Bridgitte Byrd, shaved 6 strokes off her second nine holes of the Big Dakota Conference Tournament, for a first place medal on April 10. Byrd
shot a 48-42, 90 to win by four strokes over Mobridge/ Pollock golfer, Chelsey Hoffman.
The Chamberlain Youth Wrestling Club had our year end potluck and awards banquet on Arpil 7. Awards were handed out among the group.
Back Row: Canyon Burkard (5th), Dilen Anderson (8th), Corydon Hanson (8th), Nash Hutmacher (2nd), Collin Powell (5th), Julian Donner (2nd) and Sam Kruger (2nd) Middle Row: Bailey Yost (4th), Keeleigh Elwood (1st), Spencer Hanson (8th), Trey Neilan (5th), Xandrea Bearsheart (3rd) and Jack Kruger (2nd) Front Row: Abigail Yost (3rd), Brody Neilan (7th)