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Cameron Sea Dragon Swimmer Kobe Harp takes a lap
The cancelation of the many area swim programs will not impact the Cameron Swim Team, who seeks to establish a foundation for future improvement in 2020. With meets against surrounding swim teams canceled due to concerns with COVID-19, the Sea Dragons will concentrate on form and technique in the...
Cameron Food Panty and Clothes Closet Updates   FIRECRAKCER SALE- BOGO Free- Clothing, shoes & purses are on sale buy one get one free during the month of July. CAMERON CLOTHES CLOSET is located at 302 N. Walnut. Always open to the public!! Thurs. 3-6 p.m.; 2nd & 4th Sat. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m....
Retired Marine Corps Colonel  Jay R. Vargas served in Vietnam where he won the Congressional Medal of Honor. Jay was one of 4 brothers who served in the U.S. Military. He received basic training at Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA. He received additional training at various locations. He received a...
Chief Bashor
Law enforcement is much in the news recently, and too often in a negative light. Cameron Police Chief Rick Bashor is well aware of recent incidents and the potential impact on law enforcement nationwide. Fortunately, the Cameron Police Department enjoys a good relationship with our community. City...
Frogging season begins June 30 at sunset and runs through Oct. 31. Bullfrogs (pictured) and green frogs are legal game for those with valid permits, though children 15 and younger and adults 65-years and older are not required to have a permit.
Cameron Elks Lodge member Nancy Leach hands a KCPD detective a meal.
The Cameron Elks Lodge #2615 traveled to downtown Kansas City to provide the inundated Kansas City Police Department with barbecue. With the KCPD currently embroiled in the ongoing protests and working round the clock to combat a second wave of COVID-19, the Elks spent days preparing the meal as...
Chillicothe attorney Joshua Smith has less than two weeks left to prepare his defense for the trial of accused murderer Kenneth Wykert. During his penultimate pre-trial hearing Monday, Wykert waived his right to a jury trial in favor of a bench trial prompting presiding Nodaway County Judge Roger...
Shown here is the original location of Somerville, located along I-35.
The Cameron Historical Society believes the recently approved city park should have a moniker befitting its place the foundation of the city of Cameron. While representing the Cameron Historic Society, Connie Lintner suggested naming the park Somerville Park – the original location of the present-...
Shown here is a design for the new Cameron Aquatic Center.
Construction of the new Cameron Aquatic Center on hold until the fall of 2021, but some Cameron officials questioned whether the current structure can handle another season. Cameron Public Works Director Drew Bontrager announced construction of the aquatic center, part of a voter-approved $16...
Due to popular demand, the Cameron Food Pantry and Clothes Closet will host the Second Harvest Mobile Pantry each Thursday through July. As part of both organizations’ ongoing fight against hunger, the food giveaways will take place each Thursday from 10 a.m. and run until supplies last. “Cameron...

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