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Corey Phillips, Michael Cox, and Bill Gittens all of the Cameron Fire Department participated in the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb in Kansas City on Sunday September 10.
  On September 10, three firefighters from Cameron joined 340 others at the Town Pavilion in Kansas City - for the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. Each firefighter climbed 110 stories in full gear with the name of one of 343 firefighters killed in the events of September 11, 2001 in the World Trade...
Jeremy Wilson, Chris Best, T.J. Best, Pam Walser (wife of Mike), Mike Walser, Whitney Walser, Mike Best, Parker Best, Amy Best, Hope Best, Sue Stuedle, Peggy Walser, Robin Walser, Randy Stuedle
  On Wednesday, September 6, friends, family and collegues gathered at the Public Safety Building in Cameron to celebrate thirty years on the Cameron Fire Department with Assistant Chief Mike Walser. Paul Rhinehart and Stan Hendrix put together a slide show of photos of many of the scenes Walser...
Cameron City Council Tuesday September 5
  The Board at the Stella Grinstead Senior Center (Cameron Nutrition) received some disturbing news recently.  The Northwest Missouri Area Agency on Aging did not accept our annual bid for funding the cost of meals to our clients.  These meals are prepared in our facility for the Seniors in the...
Work continues to repair the existing structure of the Cameron Animal Shelter to bring it back into state compliance.
  The Cameron Animal Shelter is in the process of getting much needed repairs. The animal shelter has been the topic of conversation at City Council meetings for the past two years – with the main focus being how to afford a new shelter. According to Kathy Turner, Animal Control Officer,  in 2014...
  During the first public participation, Shawn McGowan came before the council to ask once again for answers about who was responsible for what he voiced was sabotage of the car show, by not following through in a timely manner on making road barriers available as was agreed. “I asked a simple...
  On Monday August 21, the same day as the solar eclipse, the Cameron School Board met in regular session. The very first order of business the Board discussed was the tax rate, which has to be done every August. This year the assessed valuation had a slight increase in personal property from $114,...
The neon NW Electric Coop sign lit up during the August 21 eclipse.
For years most people have driven by NW Electric Power Cooperative on the northwest corner of Cameron and probably never noticed the old neon sign hanging in the lower lot at the corner of Grand Avenue and Trace Ensign.  But occasionally someone in the community would mention how it would be nice...
Natalie Schaeffer
INDIANAPOLIS – Natalie Schaeffer, a member of the Cameron FFA chapter in Cameron, MO will be on stage and in the spotlight Oct. 25-28 during the 2017 National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis.   Schaeffer, a junior and the daughter of Carrie Sybert and Nathan Schaeffer, has been selected...
Sandee Manz in the Cre8 family time studio.
  Cre8 family time studio A new business has opened up in the Old School of Cameron, centered around creativity and fun. Sandee Manz of Cre8 family time studio said she wanted to create a place in Cameron where people could do birthday parties and parents and children could enjoy together, where...

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