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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...
Jeff Wallace, Senior VP of 1st State Bank; Chuck Adamson, Preisdent 1st State Bank; Joe Abrutz, CRMC Administrator and Bill Beckett, Director of 1st State Bank donate $5,000 to CRMC for protective equipment. Directors not pictured are Michael McRobert, Bob Earley and Fred Kling
    The directors and staff of 1st Cameron State Bank are pledging $5,000 to the Cameron Regional Medical Center/Foundation in their battle against Coronavirus. The bank sincerly appreciates the time, efforts and medical knowledge of CRMC, the doctors, nurses, staff and first responders in theri...
With funds from the recently passed 1/2-cent sales tax to fund police salaries to start rolling in, the Cameron City Council overtime and comp time policies. Cameron Police Department Chief Rick Basher requested the change last Monday with the sales tax, meant to make CPD officer salaries more...
Rep. Eggleston and Katie Rooney
Katie Rooney, a junior at Cameron High School participated in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Legislative Shadowing Project. Rooney had the opportunity to job shadow Representative J. Eggleston on Wednesday, March 4, 2020. Jody Henderson is the local chapter adviser and...
With the statewide implementation of a stay at home order, the April 7 election has been postponed until June 2. The announcement came days after Cameron City Clerk Shelly Blades’ statement to the Cameron City Council, which had previously paved the way for a new city park by finalizing a pair land...
The new tenant of the former Chinese Chef Restaurant will serve a much different clientele in the near future.  With a slew of medical marijuana dispensaries planned along I-35, Besame Wellness will soon call Cameron home and provide a number of medical-marijuana products to residents. “We have...
John was born in Marshfield, Mo. The family moved from Marshfield and purchased land near Gilman City (MO).        John joined the U.S. Army in May of 1944 and was sent to Camp Roberts in California for basic training, where he earned a sharpshooter badge. He then took training at Fort Chaffee, AR...

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