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Layne Eads checks his net while participating in an education station inside Wallace State Park.
Hundreds of students from Cameron Intermediate School received a first-hand lesson on nature as part of a three-day event at Wallace State Park.  From Wednesday through Friday Cameron High School FFA students and teachers joined rangers at Wallace State Park to educate kids on a variety of topics...
Bailey Robinson lines up a shot last Friday.
The Cameron High School Lady Dragon Soccer Team edged closer to its first win Tuesday following a 6-0 loss to Excelsior Springs. Although held scoreless, the Lady Dragons held the Lady Tigers to a single score in the first half, but fatigue and what Coach Jason Welch described as abysmal...
The Cameron City Council continues quarreling over the Special Project Fund following multiple split votes during Monday’s meeting. Cameron City Councilwoman Becky Curtis’ repeated no-votes regarding a slew of Special Fund Project proposals came as her response to city spending that she believes...
Arndt fields questions from students last Friday.
Parkview Elementary School and Cameron Intermediate School students learned a lesson on the environment from local arborist Matt Arndt while celebrating Arbor Day last Friday. Arndt, who serves on the Cameron Park Board and owns Matt’s Healthy Woods and Wildlife, spent hours with area students...
Crossroads Quilting of Cameron has been selected as one of the “Top Ten Shops” in the United States and Canada by Quilt Sampler Magazine. Their shop will be featured in the Spring Issue, published in mid-May. Crossroads was selected from thousands of quilting supply stores. Co-owners Linda Courtney...
Shown here is the enterior of Crossroads Quilting in Cameron.
Crossroads Quilting of Cameron has been selected as one of the “Top Ten Shops” in the United States and Canada by Quilt Sampler Magazine. Their shop will be featured in the Spring Issue, published in mid-May.  Crossroads was selected from thousands of quilting supply stores. Co-owners Linda...
JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Department of Public Safety memorialized DeKalb County Sheriff Andy Clark in the at the Law Enforcement Memorial Wall of Honor during a ceremony last Saturday. Clark was among eight law enforcement officers honored for dying in the line of duty in 2020 and recognized...
The Cameron High School Junior class hosted this year’s Junior and Senior prom, theme being ‘Prom! At The Disco’. After not having a school sponsored prom last year because of the Covid-19 pandemic, students seemed excited about this year.  There was a prom the previous year, but it was held by...
The Cameron High School Junior class hosted this year’s Junior and Senior prom, theme being ‘Prom! At The Disco’. After not having a school sponsored prom last year because of the Covid-19 pandemic, students seemed excited about this year.  There was a prom the previous year, but it was held by...
RoseFest Concert Series Co-Founder Billy Lowenstein presents a plan for an amphitheater estimated at more than $500,000.
With the size and scope of the future Cameron City Park Amphitheater dependent on external revenue sources, RoseFest Co-Founder Billy Lowenstein proposed an independently funded project estimated between $575,000 - $875,000. While speaking to the Cameron Park Board last Thursday, Lowenstein pitched...

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