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Amenities for the new Cameron city park previously viewed as cost prohibitive may soon have new life following a vote to reallocate more than $800,000 in federal funds by the Cameron City Council.  The reallocation comes as a result of the City of Cameron receiving more than $800,000 in COVID-19...
Amenities for the new Cameron city park previously viewed as cost prohibitive may soon have new life following a vote to reallocate more than $800,000 in federal funds by the Cameron City Council.  The reallocation comes as a result of the City of Cameron receiving more than $800,000 in COVID-19...
Cars lined the pathways of the Cameron Memory Garden as dozens honored the memory of Bob and Linda Griffin last Saturday. Bob F. Griffin passed away in July, leaving with him a lengthy legislative legacy as Missouri’s longest serving speaker of the house, and through his efforts in Jefferson City...
Cars lined the pathways of the Cameron Memory Garden as dozens honored the memory of Bob and Linda Griffin last Saturday. Bob F. Griffin passed away in July, leaving with him a lengthy legislative legacy as Missouri’s longest serving speaker of the house, and through his efforts in Jefferson City...
The Cameron Memory Garden displays flags donated by the families of more than 90 veterans last Saturday.
Citizens throughout Cameron put their patriotism on display in recognizing the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack of the World Trade Center. Whether displaying flags donated by the families of more than 90 veterans at the Cameron Memory Garden, posting flags and patriotic messages in business...
The Cameron Memory Garden displays flags donated by the families of more than 90 veterans last Saturday.
Citizens throughout Cameron put their patriotism on display in recognizing the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack of the World Trade Center. Whether displaying flags donated by the families of more than 90 veterans at the Cameron Memory Garden, posting flags and patriotic messages in business...
Masking may soon resume at Cameron High School as the facility nears the 9 percent student/staff threshold before implementing a facility-wide mask mandate. Shortly before completing the second week of the 2021-2022 school year, the Cameron R-1 School District announced the high school reached 8.73...
The Cameron High School Marching Dragon Band performed for the first time in nearly two years during last Friday’s football season opener inside Dave Goodwin Memorial Field. Although a joyous occasion for many CHS musicians, band co-director Jacob Jennings said many felt a bit of nervous tension...
Shown here is an early concept image of the future $875,000 Cameron Amphitheater presented to the Cameron City Council Tuesday. The new amphitheater will be located in the soon to be named Cameron city park.
The Cameron City Council received their first look at a concept drawing of the proposed $875,000 amphitheater set for construction inside the soon-to-be named city park. Economic Development of Cameron official Mark Garges presented the first rendering of the proposed amphitheater to city council...
With many schools returning this semester without masking, the Clinton County Health Department reported numerous COVID-19 quarantines associated with area schools. Clinton County Health Department Administrator Blair Shock said the first week of school seemed relatively normal, but as the days...

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