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Doug, Julie and Jerod Kemper look on has Julie's put hooks toward the pin.
After months of anticipation, hundreds of golfers are expected to take part of the 13th annual Aces Fore Aiden Golf Scramble at Veterans Memorial Golf Course in Cameron over the weekend. The tournament kicked off last Friday after numerous delays related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event raises...
The signs are up and building contractors are putting on the final touches to the newest location of American Gold Mine Pawn and Payday Loan Super Center at Grand Avenue. Originally forecast for a July 15 opening, American Gold Mine Pawn and Payday Loan Super Center expects to open its doors to the...
 Brodie Roe receives one of the last backpacks left.
The Cameron Verizon Wireless Store on Walnut Street handed out hundreds of backpacks filled with school supplies as part of its nationwide giveaway Sunday. As part of a national event, TCC stores across the nation will donate more than 140,000 backpacks to children in need. “It’s validating to be...
Intent to open the new Cameron Aquatic Center by next summer, the Park Board unanimously approved hiring civil engineering firm Lamp Rynearson to spearhead  the planning phase. During last Thursday’s meeting, the Park Board seemed to reach a consensus the current Cameron Municipal Pool would not...
 Cameron band members go through the music from their upcoming show for the first time.
Cameron High School football fans will see a much different halftime show than they’re accustomed, but hear the same sound from one of the area’s premier high school music programs. With a new band co-director Jacob Jennings, and under COVID-19 social distancing guidelines, the Cameron Dragon...
Spencer Ice speaks to his fellow seniors Friday evening.
More than 90 students from the Cameron High School Class of 2020 received a sense of closure with Friday night’s Sunset Graduation Ceremony. Despite COVID-19 social distancing measures in effect, seniors came together for one last time before departing to college, trade school or wherever their...
Cameron Public Works Director Drew Bontrager announced the nearly $500,000 Orange Street Project will not have enough funding to commence, prompting a request to dip into the city reserve fund. The request came after Bontrager announced the lowest bid for the project came in $75,000 higher than...
The Cameron R-1 School District Board of Education unanimously approved returning to school on time following Monday’s special meeting inside the Goodrich Theater. The board unanimously approved a four-tier plan with each tier created to match the necessary measures needed to prevent the spread of...
Hundreds filled the Goodrich Theater as part of a one-night show put on by students with the Cameron Community Players Youth Theater Workshop. For the first time since February, spectators filled the auditorium as part of the CCP Youth Theater Workshop’s Broadway review ‘We’re all in this together...
Shown here is the recently renovated inside of the TCC Verizon Wireless Store.
The Cameron Verizon Wireless Store on Walnut Street will host a backpack giveaway from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday. As part of a national event Sunday, TCC store across the country will donate more than 140,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children in need. “It’s validating to be able to give back...

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