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  Bicyclists stop in McCorkle Park to enjoy the shade and refresh water during the Bike Across Missouri (BAM) event. BAM began in St. Joseph on Saturday, June 11 and will continue through Saturday June 18 ending in Hannibal. 
  Father's Day is a special time for even the  youngest of children and families to celebrate the man that sets the tone for their family and home.  In honor of this day, young children and mothers share some ideas to celebrate the men that mean so much. “I take a picture of my children holding a '...
  On Monday June 13, the City Council met at the current animal shelter for a work session to get an up close look at what improvements need to be made to the shelter or whether or not a new shelter is needed. City Council members present for the meeting included: Mayor Jerri Ann Eddins, Dennis...
Camper Victoria P. and her Companion, Kenzie S., taking a break from the pool.
  Camp Quality, a week-long getaway and year-round support program for children with cancer, kicked off last Sunday at Camp Farwesta in Stewartsville. The program’s unique brand of therapeutic activity, “smile therapy”, spawns from the idea that with laughter in their hearts and smiles on their...
VAL Chairman Gary Summers honors WWII Veteran Verne Ray, and thanks him for his service.
  Last Saturday, the Veterans Assistance League of Cameron held their seventeenth annual golf tournament at the Veterans Memorial Golf Course. The Veterans Assistance League is an organization that works with the Missouri Veterans Home of Cameron to enrich the lives of those who have served our...
Participant Jesse Morland tees off on Hole 3
  Cameron’s Annual Brooke Leitterman Memorial Golf Tournament for Special Olympics was held last Saturday, June 4, at the Cameron Veterans Memorial Golf Course. Brooke Leitterman was born in March of 1993, to Jason Leitterman and Tonya (Lange) Leitterman, and diagnosed with Down Syndrome. Brooke’s...
  Alex Rogers and Kelsey Knutter gave birth to Remington Lee Rogers at 2:29 p.m. on June 1 at Cameron Regional Medical Center. Remington weighed six pounds and 10 ounces and was 19.5 inches long. Maternal grandparents, Travis and Carrie Knutter and Lisa Ashley and paternal grandparents Paul and...
Keith now resides at The Village with his chocolate lab Hershey.
During his service Seventy-three years later, Gilbert “Gib” Keith can still remember the serial number given to him on Jan. 14, 1943 when he volunteered for the U.S. Army Air Corp. Keith, a 1941 Trenton High School graduate, was just barely 18 years old. “37498414,” he recites with decades-old...
  JEFFERSON CITY – As a series of severe storm systems continue to move through Missouri, Gov. Jay Nixon this evening declared a state of emergency in preparation for more flooding, especially in areas where levees may be overtopped in west-central Missouri. Since Tuesday (May 25), storms in...
  On June 11, 2016, bicyclists from across the region will converge in St Joseph, Missouri, for the start of the Bike Across Missouri (BAM) or Big BAM.  There are 700 cyclists expected for this event, which will last from June 11 through June 17.  Bicyclists will travel a pre-determined route...

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