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  Representatives from the National Weather Service at Pleasant HIll presented the City of Cameron Wastewater Treatment Plant with a certificate for 50 years of weather reports. Consistent reporting is important for establishing droughts and declaring states of emergency within the state of...
  Juniors at Cameron High School took the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Monday November 21. The high school version of the ASVAB which is officially called Form 18/19 is commonly given to juniors and seniors through a cooperative program between the Department of Defense and...
Army Veteran Jim Findley of Osborn being presented with a "Quilt of Valor" by Mackenzie Perry and Abby Hall on behalf of Carol Boothe, quilter at the Osborn Veterans Day Assembly.
  The Osborn R-0 School district hosted their annual Veterans Day Assembly on Friday, November 11, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. to remember and recognize Americans, past and present , whose military service and sacrifices have helped preserve the freedoms we enjoy today.  All students, teachers,...
  During the Planning and Zoning meeting on November 14, the P&Z committee heard from the owners of Jones Travel Center about new construction on the current site of the C-Store and Nelle’s Restaurant. The owners plan to build a totally new travel center to replace the existing structure in...
Boy Scout Jules Gates leads the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of the City Council meeting on Monday.
  The City Council met on Monday November 21 and the two big topics of conversation were Bill 2016-51 a bill relating to the operation of small unmanned aircraft systems, also known as drones and Bill 2016-54 to enter into a contract to acquire a design for a pedestrian bridge over the Sunrise Lake...
   “An important part of Awana Clubs at First Baptist Church is providing opportunities for children to live-out the truths of the Bible.”  Terry Beasley, Awana Commander at First Baptist Church in Cameron further explained –  “Though the clubbers spend time each week in memorizing Scripture...
Mike Moore runs the Chicago marathon to fulfill a promise he made to his son.
What motivates a man to go from being recliner bound to marathon runner in less than a year?    For Cameron resident, Mike Moore, it was a promise.    A promise he had made to his son, Noah, who was dying from cancer.   During a September 2014 visit in Noah's hospital room, Mike, Noah's father,...
  “Slow down, move over” is a phrase many have heard, a slogan the Missouri Highway Patrol has used over and over to bring attention to moving over for stopped emergency vehicles. Beginning this year, during the week of November 14-18, they are trying to raise awareness about the dangers emergency...
Veterans, family and friends gathered in the Chapel of the Missouri Veterans Home in Cameron on November 11 to celebrate Veterans Day.
  The Chapel was filled with more chairs being brought in to accommodate all the veterans and guests at the Veteran’s Day celebration at the Cameron Missouri Veterans Home on November 11. Darci Henry welcomed the assembled crowd, bidding them rise for the presentation of the flags by members of the...

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