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The Old School auditorium received a surge of energy with the Cameron Community Players wrapping up their two-week camp Saturday with ‘Dream Big: A Broadway Review’. More than 50 area children participated in the two-week camp, which culminated Saturday with ‘A Broadway Review’ featuring songs from...
Delano Church ca. 1900
In the mid-1970s if you were driving on 69 Highway at the north end of town, you would have seen a very interesting building with the name Floyd Shelman Realtor on the side.  It was an unusual looking building with three big gables on the front.  It certainly drew one’s attention if you hadn’t seen...
If you’re a dad, you may well be pleased to unwrap some tools as Father’s Day gifts. Of course, it might be a stereotype that all men are handy at repairs; women certainly can be every bit as good when it comes to building and fixing things. In fact, the construction process is valuable for anyone...
Last week we talked about this being the time of year that fawns are being born. When you come into the world at around 5 pounds, are deposited in a thick patch of brush, and you have yet to learn to walk or run, there are things out there that will readily eat you. Black bears in the northern part...
With more than 1,000 miles to his back, 71-year-old Air Force veteran William Shuttleworth neared the halfway point of his 3,000-mile journey as he passed through Cameron. Gusts from passing cars, trucks and tractor trailers offered a slight reprieve from the 90-degree temperatures as Shuttleworth...
David Goodwin, Cameron native and former band director for the Chillicothe R-2 School District was recently inducted into the Missouri Bandmasters Hall of Fame.  The ceremony took place at the annual Missouri Bandmaster Association Conference on Monday, June 17.  Goodwin became the fifty-second...
Each year in late spring, the white tailed deer population hits it’s annual low. Natural mortality, hunting, fences,cars and predation have whittled away at the herd for 12 months, but in late May, the cycle starts over when the new years crop of fawns are born.  Most whitetail does are bred in...
If you own a business, you’ve always got plenty to think about: sales, marketing, employees, competition, industry trends, consumer preferences – the list goes on and on. It’s easy to get so caught up in your work that you might not take time to think about retirement. But if and when that day...
Jon Greene and companion Jaxon B. horse play in the pool Monday for Camp Quality.
STEWARTSVILLE — After more than two decades as a part of Camp Quality, director Gabe Bailey has only one mission each year – let kids with cancer be kids again. Each year Camp Quality provides a stress-free, cost-fee camping experience for children diagnosed with cancer and Bailey hopes kids spend...
This summer you might hear a lot of talk about the movie “Adam at 6 a.m.” that was filmed in Cameron.  This year marks 50 years since Michael Douglas and Lee Purcell launched their careers with that film.   They along with their co-star Joe Don Baker have been very successful in Hollywood ever...

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