The Cameron Police Department issues a statement regarding a terrorist threat complaint filed by Cameron R-1 School District adminstrators On September 17, 2019 the Cameron Police Department was contacted by Cameron R-1 School administrators, who reported a student made statements about bringing a...
Undefeated heavyweight Steven Henderson (2-0) of Cameron gets in some work during an exhibition bout Saturday as part of Fight for the Fearless.
Professional boxers from the Kansas City metro and beyond took a few punches to assist in one girl’s battle with cancer for the Fight for the Fearless boxing exhibition Saturday. Undefeated professional heavyweight Steven Henderson (2-0) as well as fellow Chris White and Trevor Johnson, fighting...
St. Joseph – The Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art (AKMA) is proud to present two new exhibitions, Missouri Valley Impressionist Society 8th Annual Juried Art Show and Cows!: Reflection on Romantic Visions and Reality in Rural Life Over Time, from September 13 through November 3, 2019.  The exhibition...
Foster “Alligator Man” Berry, originally from New Orleans, is now a resident at the Cameron Veteran’s Home. Foster has the distinction of serving and seeing action in WW2, Korea, and Vietnam. He was wounded in all three wars. Berry entered the U.S. Army in January of 1944. He took Basic Training at...
Congratulations Koleby McClintick for being the Cameron Citizen Observer Fan of the Week. Enjoy the four free tickets to the Renaissance Fair.
Congratulations Brenna Bontrager in being the first Citizen Observer Fan of the Week of 2019. Enjoy the four tickets to the Renaissance Fair.          
The Cameron School District and Cameron Band Boosters announced 30 schools signed on to participate in the second annual Marchfest in October. Cameron’s historic downtown will be the epicenter of a massive marching showcase with thousands of musicians from the Kansas City metropolitan area and...
Western Missouri Correctional Center prisoner Chris Jolliff takes a look at motorcycles Saturday.
The roar of engines from more than 50 high-end cars and motorcycles filled the corridors of the Western Missouri Correctional Center campus for the Prison Power Ministries Car Show. As part of the Saturday’s car show at the maximum-security prison facility, dozens of participants preached the...
Railroads put Cameron on the map in the 1800s.  In 1859 the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad was the first to cross Missouri and it came right through town.    Cameron soon became a crossroads for folks crossing the country from all directions.  It should come as no surprise that many notable...
Charlie Clark
Cameron Veteran's Home resident Charlie Clark (formerly of Milan, MO) joined the United States Air Force in October of 1948. He took basic training at Sheppard AFB in Texas, before going to Warren AFB in Cheyenne, Wyoming for additional schooling.         He trained in Communications prior to...


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