JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – With so many Missourians stuck at home, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is offering teachers, parents, students, and others its free Discover Nature Schools (DNS) nature-based curriculum for pre
  The City plans to keep citizens informed of new developments surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. Citizens are being encouraged to follow the City website and Facebook page for daily updates. **CURRENT UPDATE**
Shown here is the future digital billboard along I-35.
Area motorist may notice a few more bright lights along I-35 and 36 Highway with the installation of a digital billboard.
COVID-19 Update from the Mayor (4/7/20) The City plans to keep citizens informed of new developments surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. Citizens are being encouraged to follow the City website and Facebook page for daily updates.
Romanesco is related to broccoli and cauliflower. Photo by Jacopo Werther.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – “Create some interest in your garden patch by adding unique vegetables this spring”, said University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein.
Cameron Coach Slade Kenagy gets help from student Candy Gardner while delivering meals to Cameron students Tuesday morning.
Although away from classes, the Cameron School District insured area kids have full bellies while the community deals with Coronavirus.
Shown here is the future digital billboard along I-35.
Romanesco is related to broccoli and cauliflower. Photo by Jacopo Werther.
Cameron Coach Slade Kenagy gets help from student Candy Gardner while delivering meals to Cameron students Tuesday morning.
Shown here is the future digital billboard along I-35.
Area motorist may notice a few more bright lights along I-35 and 36 Highway with the installation of a digital billboard. The Cameron Board of Adjustments approved a variance for a double-sided billboard co-owned by Larry Knapp with Knapp Media and Roderick Advertising Company. “It’s an existing...
Cameron Coach Slade Kenagy gets help from student Candy Gardner while delivering meals to Cameron students Tuesday morning.
Although away from classes, the Cameron School District insured area kids have full bellies while the community deals with Coronavirus. Before dawn, the Cameron School District Food Staff begins work on preparing 900 meals for area students as they provide area kids nutrient-rich meals.   “No one...
The Cameron City Council declared a state of emergency after multiple recent COVID-19 diagnoses. Following state guidelines in conducting meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic, the city council held its meeting via teleconference and unanimously approved the state of emergency declaration. “It...
United States Army Chaplain Dr. Weston Scott, currently of Cameron, served two tours in Vietnam.          Weston felt a strong calling to be a military chaplain during his last semester at Lincoln (IL) Christian Seminary. Although he feared he was too young for commission as a Chaplain, he had...

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