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Jennie’s KC Chiefs
This second article in a series about Gardening in the Cameron area shows how the love of gardening can create and enrich a community. Jennie Moore Love has lived at 114 East Cornhill Street for about four years. Staci Lofton moved into 113 East Cornhill in January 2019. As they got to know one...
The Cameron Fire Department and Cameron EMS team for a joint training session last week.
The usually lively Cameron Municipal Pool hosted a much different spectacle last Wednesday as part of a mutual training event involving the Cameron Fire Department and Cameron EMS. Throughout the night firefighters and paramedics worked together as part of a joint operation training for deep-water...
Arthur E. McQuate United States Army
Sponsored by: Missouri’s Shoal Chapter  Arthur McQuate entered the United States Army in April 1942 completing basic training at Ft. Knox, KY. Additional duty stations included Ft. Smith, AK, Raleigh, NC and London, England, As a construction engineer, Arthur was responsible for rebuilding bridges...
The world of mutual funds can be confusing. With more than 9,000 funds on the market, how can you choose the ones that are right for you?  One way to start is by considering the various categories of mutual funds – and there are quite a few of them: Small Cap Growth, Large Cap Growth, Large Cap...
This column appeared in the Citizen-Observer for a few years until I quit writing it about six years ago. But sometimes you readers just can’t catch a break, so here we go again.  This time the focus will be a little different. In this post-truth world, too many decisions are made on falsehoods. I’...
From right Tracy Reed, daughter Kieran, Denise Maddex, Chelcee Botts and son Jude Botts pose for a photo as Kieran hands off a recently purchased acorn squash plant.
With only two venders at the first official day of the Old School Farmers Market, organizer Denise Maddex remains confident the event will become a city mainstay. Maddex attributed the slow start to a mixture of Saturday’s intense heat and late spring and early summer rains that she said slowed the...
  Area kids will soon swing for the fences in a new location following an announcement of a recent land purchase with plans to convert it into a city-operated baseball/softball complex. Cameron Public Works Director Drew Bontrager made the announcement during last week’s city council meeting while...
Abe Huls Stands In McCarthy Auto Group Winner’s Circle After Capturing The Win In The USRA American Racer Tires Gary Davis Super 66 Stock Car Special At I-35 Speedway. Huls Took Home $3000 For His Effort, As Well As A Huge Trophy)
Winston – The race fans that filled the grandstands at I-35 Speedway never sat down, during the fun filled action packed night of racing. The American Racer USRA Stock Cars were top of the bill, and the final feature of the evening, competing in the 3rd Annual Gary Davis Super 66 Stock Car Special...
The Cameron City Council paved the way for medical marijuana dispensaries, cultivation facilities and transportation facility following a 4-1 vote. The Cameron City Council approved establishing zoning laws in regards to medical marijuana facilities with Councilwoman Becky Curtis acting as the...
Members of St. Munchin’s parish family enjoyed an old-fashioned picnic at Wallace State Park on Sunday. Attendance was good despite early concerns about the weather. Father Tom Ludwig offered an outdoor Mass in which he offered thanks for the cooler weather, the bountiful rainfall, and a successful...

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