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The community fire hydrant project begun by Pat Jones and Nada Woodworth continues all over town with approximately 80 hydrants already painted and many more already spoken for.  According to Pat Jones there are still some left open that have not been spoken for but that number is dwindling fast. ...
  The City of Cameron is planning maintenance on asphalt streets on Thursday June 30, 2016 and Friday July 1, 2016.  The work will occur on Ensign Trace and East Third Street. The contractor for this project is Vance Brothers. The project involves the application of polymerized asphalt emulsion...
              Cara Fordyce a resident of Kidder, Missouri, has not always dreamed about becoming a rodeo queen. ”Anyone that knows me can attest to the fact that I am one of the least girly girls that you will meet!” says Fordyce.   However, driven by her love for horses and rodeos, and a need to...
  Cameron has been noted for its public festivals. We’ve had a St. Patrick’s Day parade for years and the Chamber of Commerce has put on a multi-day 4th of July event most recently. Last year Jamey McVicker initiated a “Crossroads Crush” in the Fall that brought all sorts of fun to McCorkle Park....
  The Cameron Veterans Assistance League is a non-profit organization working to honor the lives of Missouri veterans by augmenting the care and quality of life provided through the Cameron Veterans Home. The organization provides outings, support equipment and special events to enrich the lives of...
  I, Richard Riddell, have announced my candidacy as a Republican Candidate for Second District Clinton County Commissioner.  That seat has been held for many years by Democrat Larry King.   This is my first entry into political office.  I do so with the belief that government at all levels...
Wayne Evans retired Air Force Veteran
    Wayne Evans enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1966 at the age of 19. He was assigned to Security Police and spent the next four decades protecting those who protect our nation.    Air Force Security Police  are asked to guard some of the most powerful weapons on the planet, protect...
  The Cameron Police Department received a report from a female who stated on Friday night, June 17, around 11:15 p.m., while on the Cameron walking trails, she was grabbed by a male subject. A struggle ensued and the male subject ran off. The Cameron Police Department stated in the press release...
Marshall Colson (left)  and Mitchell Colson (right) hold the snapping turtle found in the Cameron pool.
  Steve Garr, Cameron Park and Maintenance Coordinator, was going about his job conducting routine maintenance at the Cameron Aquatic Center on the morning of Thursday, June 16. He was checking water levels and cleaning pool filters when something caught his eye.   Noticing an unusual dark object...
Hydrant located at 4th and Walnut painted by Cameron Newspapers staff.
  Cameron's fire hydrant project will be showcased Monday June 20th 10 AM on Channel 41 and again 3 PM on Channel 38 The Spot, We will also be given the link for viewing online.      

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