U.S. Army Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia poses for his official portrait in the Army portrait studio at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., June 26, 2019. Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia received the Medal of Honor from President Donald J. Trump at the White House on June 25, 2019 for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty. Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia distinguished himself by acts of gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty on N
Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia grew up in western New York State, the son of a successful dentist. He attended both Franklin Pierce University and the University of Buffalo before deciding to join the military.
More than 400 scouts as well as hundreds of parents, scout masters and supporters filled Cameron High School as part of the Pony Express Council Conclave last Saturday.
Past Grand Knight, Pat O'Connor, presented checks to Jennifer McKinley of Camp Quality, and Lisa Morgan of Cameron Development Center on behalf of Knights of Columbus Chapter 1110 in Cameron.
Chief Master Sgt. Jason Lamoureux, 45th Space Wing command chief, coins Medal of Honor recipient retired U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Melvin Morris at Patrick AFB, Fla., Jan. 31, 2017. Lamoureux thanked him for his bravery, courage and inspirational message to our service members on the power of the human spirit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Phil Sunkel)
Army Staff Sergeant Melvin Morris was born in Okmulgee, Oklahoma to an African-American family.
Lieutenant Buttram
The Missouri State Highway Patrol announced the promotions of Sgt. Gara Howard and the retirement of Lt. Rick Buttram and Captain Rex Scism.
Shown here is an example of a topped tree courtesy of Tree City USA.
Tree topping in Cameron is officially against the city code of ordinances thanks to a unanimous vote by the Cameron City Council.
U.S. Army Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia poses for his official portrait in the Army portrait studio at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., June 26, 2019. Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia received the Medal of Honor from President Donald J. Trump at the White House on June 25, 2019 for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty. Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia distinguished himself by acts of gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty on N
Chief Master Sgt. Jason Lamoureux, 45th Space Wing command chief, coins Medal of Honor recipient retired U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Melvin Morris at Patrick AFB, Fla., Jan. 31, 2017. Lamoureux thanked him for his bravery, courage and inspirational message to our service members on the power of the human spirit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Phil Sunkel)
Lieutenant Buttram
Shown here is an example of a topped tree courtesy of Tree City USA.
U.S. Army Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia poses for his official portrait in the Army portrait studio at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., June 26, 2019. Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia received the Medal of Honor from President Donald J. Trump at the White House on June 25, 2019 for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty. Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia distinguished himself by acts of gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty on N
Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia grew up in western New York State, the son of a successful dentist. He attended both Franklin Pierce University and the University of Buffalo before deciding to join the military. He enlisted as an Infantryman in 1999. He was married and had an infant son in needed...
More than 400 scouts as well as hundreds of parents, scout masters and supporters filled Cameron High School as part of the Pony Express Council Conclave last Saturday. With scouts coming from as far as Texas and Minnesota for the event, hundreds participated in various activities culminating with...
Past Grand Knight, Pat O'Connor, presented checks to Jennifer McKinley of Camp Quality, and Lisa Morgan of Cameron Development Center on behalf of Knights of Columbus Chapter 1110 in Cameron. The money is collected during the annual Tootsie Roll drive in October. Knights volunteer to hand out...
Health Resolutions In January people tend to have big resolutions to declare, only to forget them or “fall off the wagon” by February.  Most resolutions made relate to weight loss and a high percentage of these resolutions have a propensity to fail.  With the long holiday season, various tempting...

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