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  Mary Tyrell served in her first meeting as school board president on Monday, April 18. Michelle Peterson was elected vice president. A new president and vice president are selected every April. Peterson and Doug Schmitz’s seats were renewed for another three-year term.  High School principal,...
  Mayor Jerri Ann Eddins presented the Arbor Day proclamation to Drew Bontrager. The city will celebrate Arbor Day on Friday April 29. City Manager Mark Gaugh shared information on the recognition of city employees. Mike O’Donnell, for his 30 years of service on the Fire Department and Joe Whitaker...
Logo designed by Heidi Bench. Submitted by Gina Reed
  The Cameron Municipal Band held a logo design contest for their upcoming music festival scheduled for late June. The contest was held from February 20 to March 7.   “The logo needed to have three things,” said Gina Reed, council president. “It needed to be red, white and blue, feature the Price...
  Rachel Gough and Kaycee White, seniors at Missouri Western State University, hosted a girl's night out event 7-9p.m on Friday, April 15 at the Cameron Regional YMCA.  The event was the final result of a senior project for their public relations campaign class.   “We started in September when we...
  The repair and renovation process that began in 2015 continues this month with work on the adult fiction, genealogy, and youth rooms at the Cameron Public Library. Nearly 20,000 books were relocated by Boy Scout Troop 87, Cub Scout Pack 249, and other Cameron residents.  In addition, a group of...
  Doug Schmitz guided representatives from MSHAA on a tour of the football stadium and facilities on April 18th in response to a bid Cameron placed to host the MSHAA 8-man football championships.  One representative pointed out that the championships could still go to Mizzou or Missouri State, but...
  On April 19, 2016, while the Junior Class at Cameron High School was taking the ACT test as required by Missouri state law, the rest of the high school took to the city to work on community service projects around town. Principal Mark Wiegers said last year, the first year that Juniors were...
  After a lot of thought, soul searching any my renewed energy from the encouragement I have received from the many residents all across Clinton County, I have decided to seek re-election to the office of your 2nd District Clinton County Commissioner.   I believe it is important for a Commissioner...
  Opening a restaurant has been a goal of Robyn Choate’s for a long time and now her dream has come true.  After Choate purchased the building at 115 East 3rd Street, previously D-Dub’s Dragon Diner, she opened the doors to her own restaurant, Robyn’s, Wednesday, April 6. Choate has been in food...
  In November 2011 the voters of the City of Cameron passed a ½ cents sales tax to support various street improvements throughout Cameron.   The project improvement area is titled 6th & Lathrop Project, but includes Lathrop, from 4th to 6th; Mead, from 6th to 8th; Harris, from 5th to 6th; 5th...

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