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Curbside Trash Collection Temporarily Suspended Cameron curbside trash collection will be delayed one day due to extreme cold temperatures forecasted for Tuesday, February 16. Trash collection was already pushed back one day all week in recognition of Presidents Day. Therefore, your normal...
Clinton County Health Department Administrator Blair Shock introduces area leaders to the impact of COVID-19 last March before the pandemic. He hopes Saturday's vaccination make significant progress in ending the ongoing pandemic in rural Northwest Missouri.
A few spots are still available for Saturday’s mass vaccination at Cameron High School as part of a collaboration involving the Missouri National Guard, county health departments and area health professionals and students. From 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or while supplies last, CHS will be the...
The Cameron Regional YMCA will be a part of the first of many collaborative projects among the public and private organizations within the City of Cameron. During Wednesday’s city council meeting, Cameron Chamber of Commerce President Tony Clark announced the first collaborative project will be...
2021 Optimist Club Poster Contest Winners! Pictured L-R LeeAnn Willis and Holden Ryals, 3rd Place; Lillian Earley and Kasen Ayer, 2nd Place; and Hayden Hamilton and Zoe Ford (not pictured), 1st Place. First place winners will advance to district competition.
The Optimist Club of Cameron invites community members to celebrate Optimist Day on February 4, 2021. With the global pandemic continuing to affect the lives of people around the world, Optimists are choosing Optimism. “Now more than ever, we recognize the need to choose optimism,” Optimist Club...
Shown here is the currently closed Crossroads Correctional Center.
The defunct Crossroad Correctional Center could see new life should a budget request by Gov. Mike Parson receive approval from Missouri legislators.  As part of Parson’s plan, the currently defunct Crossroads Correctional Center could reopen as a training facility for current and incoming Missouri...
Cameron High School Drama Department students will return to the stage before a live audience to perform ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’ after a year-long absence. Last Friday CHS drama students performed their first costumed run-through of the William Finn composed musical, which...
The of the Cameron High School cast meets at center-stage during last Friday's rehearsal.
Cameron High School Drama Department students will return to the stage before a live audience to perform ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’ after a year-long absence. Last Friday CHS drama students performed their first costumed run-through of the William Finn composed musical, which...
The Cameron Area Chamber of Commerce, Cameron Missouri Main Street., Inc., Northwest Business Facilitation and various city and business leaders celebrated the opening of Goosehead Insurance on Third Street with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday afternoon.
Shown here is the Cameron YMCA on Walnut Street.
The Cameron Regional YMCA will be a part of the first of many collaborative projects among the public and private organizations within the City of Cameron. During Wednesday’s city council meeting, Cameron Chamber of Commerce President Tony Clark announced the first collaborative project will be...
After more than a month of discussion, the Cameron City Council found a compromise in handling non-Cameron residents sitting on city boards. As part of bill establishing the Cameron Community Center Board, the city council approved allowing non-Cameron residents to serve on city boards so long as...

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