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Several weeks ago Area Artisan column reached out to the community in search of local artists. Covering a wide variety of artists over the last few weeks including several painters, photographers and sculpture artists.  Many people responded with suggestions of artists to highlight. This week we...
Several weeks ago Area Artisan column reached out to the community in search of local artists. Covering a wide variety of artists over the last few weeks including several painters, photographers and sculpture artists.  Many people responded with suggestions of artists to highlight. This week we...
For the last several years, the Cameron Area Arts Council has highlighted some of the local gardens and gardeners in Cameron.  We skipped last year because of the drought, but gardens are back in full force this year, and we want to recognize them.   The first garden featured this year belongs to...
Saturday, September 15, aspiring ninjas from around town converged at the Cameron Public Library to take part in their first ever Ninja Training Camp. Roughly 16 children ages 5-8 came for training. The hour-long camp started with making ninja headbands, reading a couple ninja stories, learning...
The Cameron Elks Lodge #2615 held its annual Soccer Shoot on Saturday, September 15, at the Cameron Soccer Fields. The Soccer shoot is a kicking contest geared toward two different skill levels based on age. The under 8 age group kicks a “five goal contest” where each child kicks towards a series...
A steady damp drizzle didn’t keep away the automotive enthusiasts this weekend. Over 120 people showed up for the 6th Annual Dine and Shine event put together by a small group that call themselves the 4 Rusty Nuts. They provided all the meat for the cookout and spent the entire day prior to the...
Over 240 people showed up Sunday, September 9, for the 15th Annual Round Up Sunday put on by River of Life Baptist Church. “Easter and Round Up Sunday’s are our biggest turnouts every year” acknowledged Pastor Dave nodding toward the line of guests wrapped around the building as they made their way...
The McQueen sisters, Janice Watkins and Marilyn Eaton, started Sisters Sweets To Go as a way to stay busy, doing something they enjoy, during their upcoming retirement. “That was 10 years ago,” laughs Jan. The sisters are still working, Jan as a beautician and Marilyn as a realtor, but they think...

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