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Representatives from MoDot talk to kids about the importance of seat belt safety during the CAP Annual Back to School Fair at the YMCA.
  On Thursday August 10, Community Action Partnership of St. Joseph (CAP) hosted their annual Back to School Fair at the Cameron YMCA. Families with financial need were able to pick up backpacks filled with school supplies during the event. Families were also encouraged to speak to the many groups...
Photo submitted Tean N-UR-FACE were the overall winners of the volleyball tournament.
  On Saturday, August 12 youth groups from area churches gathered at Recreation Park for an evening of fun, games, fellowship and music.   According to Tammy Chastain, UNITE is an opportunity for all the youth groups from churches in Cameron and their leaders to come together to “get together, to...
  Even with rain, storm clouds, and cooler temperatures, Grindstone Valley Winery’s Third Annual Classic Tractor Show held Saturday, August 5, 2017, generated much enthusiasm among area residents. Twenty-three tractors, plus some very unusual implements, were on display for young and old alike to...
Parkview: Meghan Graeff, Addie Floyd, Andrew Owens, Summer Howe, and Ashley Cawthon
  Parkview   Ashley Cawthon Ashley has thirteen years of teaching experience and will be teaching Kindergarten through 4th grade Technology. Ashley said she is most looking forward to: getting to know the kids and parents.    Addie Floyd Addie has six years of teaching experience at Braymer C-4...
  Cameron Police and Emergency Management   City Hall has reported that multiple local businesses have received calls from individuals representing themselves as the utility company, claiming their bills are past due and demanding immediate payment or their electricity will be shut off....
Cameron City Council Meeting August 7
  The upcoming total solar eclipse has been getting a lot of attention lately. And for good reason. It’s a rare event to have one come to your own back yard, and for many Missourians, that is literally the case. In this week’s column, I thought I would mention several resources that are listed on...
The Cameron Outlaws of Cameron
  Western Missouri Correctional Center (WMCC) Sponsored a Softball Tournament for Special Olympics Missouri. There were 9 teams total with 5 being from WMCC. Jenny Brownlee is the Special Olympics coordinator at WMCC and stated that with this tournament they were able to raise over $2300 between...
Scotty’s places the new press box behind the bleachers on Dave Goodwin Field.
  When the school district did bids for the football field for the turf, they were hoping the money they had allotted for the turf was going to be enough. They were pleased to discover not only did they have enough money for the turf, but they were also going to have enough money to build a new...
Photo by Annette Bauer Nina and Mark Baker present Mayor Darlene Breckenridge with a check for $1,000 from the Cameron Saddle Club.
  At the Monday, August 7 meeting of the Cameron City Council, the Council had a full reading on an ordinance to repeal the electric rate increase in ordinance 5932 from 2016.  Zac Johnson came before the Council to discuss the ordinance and informed them the electric fund would be decreased by...

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