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  Opening a restaurant has been a goal of Robyn Choate’s for a long time and now her dream has come true.  After Choate purchased the building at 115 East 3rd Street, previously D-Dub’s Dragon Diner, she opened the doors to her own restaurant, Robyn’s, Wednesday, April 6. Choate has been in food...
  In November 2011 the voters of the City of Cameron passed a ½ cents sales tax to support various street improvements throughout Cameron.   The project improvement area is titled 6th & Lathrop Project, but includes Lathrop, from 4th to 6th; Mead, from 6th to 8th; Harris, from 5th to 6th; 5th...
  The Planning and Zoning Commission met on Monday evening to discuss several issues placed before them, including their recommendation for the proposed dog pound, the new language on the vicious and dangerous dog ordinance and the proposed relocation of the Casey’s entrance at the BB Highway...
Annette Bauer has been named editor of The Citizen-Observer.  Bauer took over the position on Monday, April 11. A resident of Kidder, Bauer attended J.C. Penney High in Hamilton and College of the Ozarks, in Point Lookout, Missouri.  She has three sons, Joseph, Alex and Sam. “We are very pleased to...
   The City of Cameron’s Water Plant Operator, Joe Whitaker was recognized recently by the Missouri Water and Wastewater Conference as Plant Operator of the year for the Northwest Section. A 23-year employee at the city’s Water Treatment Facility, Whitaker was presented the prestigious award at the...
  Chief Mike O’Donnell was presented with a plaque on Wednesday, April 6 honoring his 30 years of service. “These are some of the best guys I’ve ever worked around,” said Chief O’Donnell. “I didn’t expect this and I appreciate it.”
  At a special meeting of the City Council on Monday April 11 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall,, John Feighert III was sworn in. He accepted his new position on the Council to the applause of a room filled with his supporters. Once Feighert took his seat, the process began to elect a new Mayor for the...
Photo by Tori Marshall Lily Anna’s will be the future home of Cameron’s mural.
  The stark white wall on the east side of Lily Anna’s Home and Garden shop, on the corner of Third and Walnut Streets, is a muralists’ dream. This site will be home to Cameron’s first mural, depicting why Cameron is here: locomotives and agriculture. The mural will feature an agricultural scene...
Photo by Jackie Peck Dewey (middle) spends time at school with friends, Maleena Parr (left) and Lane Widner (right).
  Every teen I’ve ever spoken to wants to own their own set of wheels.  It’s no different for Cameron High School Senior, Dewey Stebbins.  However, the daily impact of new wheels on his quality of life would undeniably be life changing. Nineteen year-old Dewey has had to use a wheelchair since he...
Photo by Wally Gallian Cameron Aquatic Center was built in 1982. $1.17 million worth of repairs were suggested by Andy Smith of Larkin Aquatics.
  Cameron Park Board met in regular session on Thursday March 31 at City Hall. Their main topic for discussion was the condition of the swimming pool and what actions need to be taken to keep it running.  Andy Smith of Larkin Aquatics provided the board with slides of information about the current...

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