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  The first bit of business before Planning and Zoning (P&Z) was a request by Donald Reed for lot splits of existing duplexes and lots on Elm Street. There were two existing duplexes the owner wished to request to be split. The board discussed the fact of since this is an existing lot it will...
  It is FFA week at in Cameron and FFA students have decorated the windows of area businesses to celebrate. Ages 2nd grade and under are invited to Spencer Mattson’s Fun Farm Day hosted by the FFA at the Cameron Agriculture Building at the High School on Saturday October 14 from 9 a.m. to noon....
Steven Hamilton
  For the past couple of weeks, the Cameron Police Department has received reports of someone shooting a firearm off in the City Limits. The reporting parties stated the shots were heard on the east side of Cameron. On 10/07/2017, officers were dispatched to the 300 block of North Center Street in...
  On Saturday October 7 the Cameron Chamber of Commerce and the Aiden McVicker Charitable Fund hosted the annual Crossroads Crush in McCorkle Park. The McVicker family expressed their gratitude via the Crossroads Crush Facebook page, “We have no words to express our gratitude for the wonderful...
  GALLATIN- Shelley Renee Warner, 42, passed away Thursday, October 5, 2017. She was born April 30, 1975 in St. Joseph, the daughter of Randall “Pete” and Janet M. (Taff) Gardner. Shelley “Legs” loved to hunt and fish, spending time at the Grand River. She took pride in her home, landscaping, and...
The WMCC vocational class of modern cabinetry and construction recently created all of the cabinets and countertops for the Kidder United Methodist Church (UMC) kitchen. The church, the city of Kidder and the Caldwell County Emergency Management have all partnered to make the Kidder UMC a disaster...
Cameron High School is offering a new broadcasting class this year in cooperation with Cameron Regional Radio. Broadcast instructor Derek Williams says this is an opportunity he has wanted to explore for several years, but when he was teaching full time, it simply wasn’t possible. Fifteen students...
At the very beginning of the Cameron City Council meeting on Monday October 2, Councilman L. Corey Sloan asked for a moment of silence to remember the victims, emergency crews and hospital professionals affected by the tragedy in Las Vegas. The first item on the City agenda was the discussion of...
City Council meeting September 18
Update on accident involving buggy on Highway D: According to the Missouri Highway Patrol Crash Report, Thursday morning September 28, Glen Seger,53 of Hamilton was traveling Eastbound on Highway D when he stuck a horse drawn buggy from behind. The buggy was being driven by Abraham Bontrager, 10,...

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