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Local artist Kyle Carroll recently received the honor of having one of his paintings accepted into the Montana Miniatures Art Show. The painting is only 9 x 7 inches and is done in several layers of oil paint. The painting is very lifelike and full of minuscule details not noticed at first glance....
Pat O’Connor and his twin brother, Mike, entered the United States Navy in 1963. They left Kansas City by train, arriving in San Diego for Basic Training three days later. Following Basic, both Pat and his brother were sent to Memphis, Tennessee where they underwent training as Aviation Machinist...
    Last time we covered the period in Missouri where bounties were paid on coyotes. After several years of research by the Department of Conservation that had been formed in 1936, the Missouri legislature decided to stop appropriating money to Missouri’s counties to pay coyote bounties. The goal...
Veteran’s Voice: John J. Clevenger  Mike Hanrahan   John J. Clevenger, of Excelsior Springs, was drafted into the U.S. Army in January of 1968. Following Basic Training at Missouri’s Fort Leonard Wood, Clevenger was transferred to Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas where he was trained as a...
Photo credit: Amy Moore
Lauren Peck, daughter of Russ and Jackie Peck and a senior at Cameron High School, performed this past weekend with the 2019 Missouri All-State Band. The rehearsals and performance took place in conjunction with the annual conference and clinic of the Missouri Music Educators Association, held at...
The Cameron Public Library and the Cameron YMCA found a way for children to keep warm and stay active on Monday, January 28. Approximately 20 children of varying ages hailed the call to a Nerf™ War. After a quick recap of the rules and regulations for fair play the teams started with a round of 3-...
Agricultural Community Still Feeling Strain     We all remember last summer's drought and the imposed water restrictions. But once the reservoirs were refilled, many of us turned our thoughts to other matters.   But the impact is still reverberating through the farming community. Grain yields were...
Local Realtor Achieves National Recognition Debbie Hahn, Broker   Berkshire Hathaway Agent Brandi Perkins has been awarded the Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR) designation by the Real Estate Buyer's Agent Council (REBAC) of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS (NAR). Brandi was required to...
Several third grade students were excited to receive free dictionaries on Friday 14th from local Elks Lodge #2615 in Cameron. The Dictionary project is a youth program that all Elks are encouraged to participate in, if possible. Mary French of Charleston, SC founded it in 1995. The focus being to...
It was quiet in the timber. I was sitting in my deer stand overlooking a timbered creek bottom just before dusk when I saw the big bird coming. Almost silently, the mature bald eagle sailed just over the tree tops above me pumping his six-foot wing span slightly, bee lining for Grindstone Creek to...

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