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Graden Hammond gets in a few cuts while trying to stay loose for the season.
After more than a decade on the diamond, the reality there may not be a baseball season for the Cameron Dragons is setting in for senior Mason Hammond. Hammond, along with brother Graden Hammond, Ian Riley and Coleman Oxford gritted through the cold as they gathered inside the batting cages outside...
    Cameron Veterans Memorial Golf Course, established in 1945 and located at 1000 Park Avenue, is the 2nd Chamber Business Spotlight for March. The Clubhouse is managed by Kevin Nichols along with Ground & Maintenance  Manager, Tim Faulk. The golf course offers an 18 hole, grass green, course...
During the COVID-19 pandemic Cameron Newspapers understands the difficulty many are facing in their normal day to day activities.  If you want to receive the newspaper by mail-  We offer annual subscriptions for Clinton County/Cameron subscribers at $38.96 a year. (out of county $43.29)   During...
     Kenneth Laverne Madison was born on a farm south of Bethany. After high school graduation he and some friends went to California and found work at full-service gas stations.        He was drafted in the spring of 1943 and took basic training in North Carolina. After basic he was assigned to...
Warrior Outdoors began, and is based in Jefferson, Georgia. The Missouri Chapter is headquartered in Cameron. Young men and women in the military often encounter very stressful situations. While they are trained very well for combat, they are mostly unprepared for the emotional situations they will...
The Cameron Parks Board shows the first concept of a proposed city park slated for the April ballot.
The Cameron Park Board unveiled the first concepts of a proposed city park and complete overhaul of the Cameron Municipal Pool. During Thursday’s park board meeting, Vireo Landscape Architect Steve Rhodes presented the first concept of the new proposed park while the board circulated the first...
  Wilma Christopher of Turney, age 88, feels very fortunate to have survived a recent catastrophe, which resulted in the loss of her home and belongings.         On January 19th of this year a friend and fellow church member stopped by to check on her and help her with any small tasks. At age 88,...
Officials representing the City of Cameron, Cameron School District and first responders discussed the growing likelihood of a Corona Virus outbreak during a joint conference Wednesday inside the First Christian Church in Cameron.  With cases cropping up in California, Oregon and recently two...
Anyone who has seen the movie “Hacksaw Ridge” is familiar with the story of WW2 Medal of Honor winner, Desmond Doss. While the movie was intended to glamorize Doss, the real story is just as spectacular.  Doss was born to a devout Seventh Day Adventist mother in Lynchburg, VA. His dad was a local...
Retired Missouri State Trooper Jim Martin still resides in the Cameron area. He was a State Trooper from January 1970 until January of 1998. Jim began his law enforcement career with the University of Missouri Police Department, followed by time with police department in Boonville, MO. But a...

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