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  Judges for the Missouri Community Betterment competition were in town on Monday September 12. They heard presentations by Jack Briggs, Councilman Denny Clark, Pat Jones, Dr. Nada Woodworth, Gina Reed, Drew Bontrager, Pam Ice, Zac Workman, and Mary Jo Eiberger while watching a powerpoint...
  On Monday September 12, Parkview students lined the sidewalk of the circle drive, with flags, signs and red white and blue clothing, waiting on the arrival of our Community Heroes. The children cheered and waved their flags as Police cars, Fire Trucks, and the Ambulance took a couple of laps...
Bob Denton was 16 years old on Pearl Harbor Day, December 7, 1941 and he was bowling in Amsterdam, New York. He says he wanted to join the Navy, but he couldn’t until he was 17, which he wouldn’t be until the next June and his father wouldn’t sign the paperwork for him to join until he graduated...
  The room was full on September 1 for the Clinton County Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. Residents of both Clinton and DeKalb counties were on hand to speak during the public hearing portion of the meeting with the consensus of the opinions being that IF wind turbines were allowed in...
  The Cameron High School Band honored one of their own during Friday nights home football game. Members wore a purple ribbon in memory of their friend and classmate, Taylor Mefford, who tragically passed away this summer. The band will wear the ribbons throughout the marching season. 
Check out this week’s edition of the Citizen Observer for a little bit of information on our first installment of new teachers in the Cameron School District. Teachers featured in this week’s edition include: Alder Adams Laura Carmack Morgan Dickson Slade Kenagy Derek Lannigan McKay Lannigan Nathan...
In a moment quipped to be "Seniors with Seniors"- Members of the 1967 undefeated Cameron football team pose with the current football team seniors of 2017.
   The members of the 1967 team posed with the Seniors on the football team, quipping “Seniors with Seniors.” The Class of 1967 team offered the Dragons advice and recollections of times past, as well as having a bit of memorabilia on display that many of the players took time to look at, ask...
CHS Sophomore Khayla Hollingsworth shakes Principal Wiegers hand and receives her Academic Letter. Jim Calvert, language arts teacher (left) and High School Counselor, Jerry Burks (right) assists.
  The Cameron School District honored 191 students in grades ten through twelve at the 4th Annual CHS Academic Banquet.   The event included dinner, comments by CHS Principal, Mark Wiegers, and the presentation of Academic Letters to those students who qualified.  The requirements for the award...
  Richard Youngs has a deep and abiding love for his family, his country, and his fellow veterans and it shines out in the smile from his face and eyes as he talks about his life growing up, his service to his country and his continued dedication to the veterans of the Cameron community. Richard...
The Jones family with their latest edition, the 4000th adoption dog, JoJo.
  It was a full room at Crossroads Correctional Center on Tuesday August 30 for the celebration of the 4000th adoption of the Missouri Puppies on Parole program with JoJo, a 2-year-old pit bull mix who is very gentle.. The Puppies for Parole program is a statewide program in nearly every prison in...

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