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The Cameron City Council finance committee met on Thursday July 20 to go over the proposed 2017-2018 city budget. Those present from the Council were Mayor Darlene Breckenridge and John Feighert III – both chairs of the committee and Council members Dennis Clark and L. Corey Sloan.  Mark Gaugh,...
On Thursday July 20 the Cameron Public Library hosted the final event in this year’s Summer Reading Program, which featured the theme, Build a Better World.Participants in the program helped create a large collage of photos which will be on display in the library.The final program featured...
  Summer has flown by and we will soon start a new school year.  As we close out the month of July and summer break draws to a close, many students and parents plan and prepare for the upcoming school year.  Registration is the sign for the start of the new school year.  Traditional registrations...
Overall Female: Karen Burec. Overall Male: Jeremy Covey
  Early on Saturday July 22, the YMCA hosted the 11th Annual Cameron Triathlon.  Participants began with a 200 meter swim, consisting of two laps serpentine style in the fifty meter Cameron Municipal Pool, then grabbed their bicycles for an eight mile bike ride with gentle hills on an out and back...
  The Cameron Police Department would like to congratulate Detective I.B. Fugate III on his promotion.  I.B. Fugate III was promoted to the rank of Detective Sergeant last week. I.B. will start his new assignment on August 1, 2017. I.B. started his career with the Cameron Police Department in 2005...
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Photo by Annette Bauer James Pitts, Veteran and former law enforcement officer stops in Cameron at Warrior Outdoors in his ride to raise funds and bring PTSD Awareness to communities.
  On Tuesday, July 11, U.S. Army and military police veteran James Pitts made a stop at the Old School and Warrior Outdoors on his journey through “The Great 48’.  Pitts, who is from Alabama, began a journey on Memorial Day in Atlanta, Georgia, with the assistance of the Veterans program Warrior...
The Western Missouri Correctional Center held a memorial service on July 13 in honor of Corrections Officer I Brian Miller who was killed in an automobile accident earlier in the week.  The Missouri Department of Corrections Honor Guard was present to fly the Missouri Department of Corrections over...
The Cameron Municipal Band concert on Thursday, July 13 featured many talents from the Cameron Area.
  IMPORTANT NOTE:  Due to extreme heat forecast for this Thursday, the concert will be held at the Cameron United Methodist Church, 201 N. Pine.  Please join us inside for a lovely evening!!   With the Solar Eclipse just over a month away, the band will feature music of sun, moon and stars this...
Demolition of the former Furniture Depot in Cameron has begun. According to City Manager Mark Gaugh, it has taken two years moving through the process to have the building removed, which was a dangerous structure according to the Dangerous Structures ordinance.
    During the Monday July 17 City Council meeting the electric rates were once again the topic of discussion. According to City Manager Mark Gaugh the electric meter testing of thirty-three meters was completed and found to be accurate in measuring power. There was no costs to the customers for...

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