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Brady Stice sinks a put during a tournament earlier this month.
The Cameron High School Dragon Golf Team picked up another win after squeaking past the Lawson Cardinals 182-186 Monday at the Hidden Valley Golf Course in Lawson. Despite being a bit on edge due to the incoming blast of snow Monday night, the Dragons kept their composure despite the cold weather...
Cameron City Hall will once again become the epicenter of local civic discussion following an announcement from Cameron City Manager Steve Rasmussen. During Monday's special city council meeting to appoint a mayor and swearing in of recently elected city councilors, Rasmussen asked the current city...
Magician Lance Rich helps assistant Amy Nichols out of a box during a trick Saturday night during ‘A Night in Tuscany’ inside the Cameron Old School.
The Cameron Old School inched closer to bringing itself to Americans with Disabilities Act compliant following last Saturday’s ‘A Night in Tuscany’ fundraiser. Although still tallying the total funds raised last Saturday, Cameron Old School Director Denise Maddex said she was elated by the turnout...
Cameron  City  Clerk Shelley Blades swears in recently elected city councilors Becky Curtis and Jon Ingram Monday.
Cameron Mayor Dennis Clark will serve another year following his unanimous approval by the Cameron City Council. Clark, who replaced outgoing Cameron City Councilwoman Darlene Breckenridge last spring via 3-2 vote, will begin his second year as mayor with a full head of steam with numerous projects...
Cameron Mayor Dennis Clark will serve another year following his unanimous approval by the Cameron City Council. Clark, who replaced outgoing Cameron City Councilwoman Darlene Breckenridge last spring via 3-2 vote, will begin his second year as mayor with a full head of steam with numerous projects...
Missouri State Representatives J. Egglesston and Randy Railsback announced their support of bills seeking a more secure election process, recently passed out of the house.  While speaking to a group of Cameron retired teachers, Eggleston said securing Missouri’s elections reflects a nationwide...
Missouri State House Representatives Randy Railsback and J. Eggleston give a legislative update to retired teachers earlier this month.
Missouri State Representatives J. Egglesston and Randy Railsback announced their support of bills seeking a more secure election process, recently passed out of the house. While speaking to a group of Cameron retired teachers, Eggleston said securing Missouri’s elections reflects a nationwide...
The Cameron City Council will have a new sitting city councilman after Jon Ingram won a closely contested race over Quinten Lovejoy.  Incumbent Cameron City Councilwoman Becky Curtis took in the most votes with 613 total votes, followed by Ingram with 556 and Lovejoy, who finished with 455. “Both...
Maxton McKinley scoops up an egg Saturday afternoon.
Cameron Elks Lodge 2615’s first major event of 2021 received a resounding response with hundreds attending Saturday’s Easter egg hunt.  With COVID-19 cancelling the Cameron Elks Lodge 2615’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt in 2020, the event returned bigger and better in 2021 with hundreds of area kids...
Cameron Market Owner Tony Clark cuts the ribbon on the recently opened Mother Earth Coffee kiosk.
Friday mornings at Cameron Market may become the new place learn about the community, upcoming events and network with likeminded individuals. Cameron Market Owner Tony Clark, who also serves on the Cameron Area Chamber of Commerce, announced the First Friday Coffee, beginning at 7 a.m. and...

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