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At the May meeting of the Park Board, a representative of Vireo was on hand to present the feasibility study to go with the proposed Parks Master Plan for ball fields in Cameron. According to the study the availability of the fields is limited due to School District needs, the numbers of practices...
Mike Fallein, Sam Hiner and Dennis McCoy at the awards banquet.
The 2018 Brooke Leitterman Memorial Golf Tournament for Special Olympics was held on Saturday, June 2, at Cameron Veterans Memorial Golf Club. The event raised over $12,000 for area Special Olympics. The tournament was divided into three Fights. In the Championship Flight, 1st place and overall...
• Each year, the America’s Farmers Grow Communities program partners with local farmers to provide grants to local nonprofits. • Grow Communities, which is sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, provides farmers the opportunity to support and give back to nonprofit organizations they care about in their...
Students involved in DRGN network stand as a proclamation honoring them is read by Mayor Darlene Breckenridge.
During the Monday May 7 meeting of the City Council Mayor Darlene Breckenridge began the meeting by presenting students from DRGN Network from Cameron High School with a proclamation recognizing the work the students have done in the creation of videos showcasing the community of Cameron. Mayor...
At the School Board meeting on Monday May 14 Assistant Superintendant Chris Shanks reported MAP and end of course testing was complete and the only results to be shared at the meeting was that high school American Government scores came back with a 10% increase from the last school year. Shanks...
Krystal Youngs, author of “Suicide Widow”
On the evening of February 27, 2016, having spent the majority of the day drinking, Krystal and Chad Youngs got into an argument and they both left the house. Krystal spoke with Chad on the phone a few minutes before Midnight and assured him they would discuss the situation in the morning. Little...
On Monday May 28, Memorial Day, the heat didn’t stop the people from coming out in Cameron to honor all those who served at the Cameron Veteran’s Memorial. The Cameron Municipal Band was on hand and played the National Anthem under the shade of a tree as Cameron Boy Scout Troop 87 presented the...
Jennifer Ensign and JoEllen Pratt applied for a grant for the library, specifically to offer a technology program at the library. According to Pratt, often she can write the grants and has no problem writing them for whatever needs the library may have, she has written many over the years. But this...
The Cameron Fire Department received delivery of their new aerial fire truck a few months ago and it has already been put into service. An operator on the ground can place water where it is needed during an incident by remotely controlling the ladder of the new truck. The fire truck is funded by...
River Sisk (center) is joined by Aiden and Sebastion Perry and leaders from St. Joseph Boy Scout Troop 21 at the Eagle Scout project/ Veterans memorial at Cameron Memorial Gardens.
Community, friends, family, veterans and others gathered at Cameron Memorial Gardens on Memorial Day Monday, May 28 to dedicate the Eagle Scout Project of Life Scout River Sisk of Troop 21 in St. Joseph. According to Sisk when he was looking for an Eagle project to complete his father, David Sisk,...

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