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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...
Shown here is an early design for the new Cameron Aquatic Center.
With funding for the new Cameron Aquatic Center finalized, construction of the facility located near Dave Goodwin Field may soon get underway.  Last Wednesday the council finalized funding for the new Cameron Aquatic Center and city park, which City of Cameron Finance Director Carmen Weigand...
Former Cameron Mayor Darlene Breckenridge announced she will not run for reelection this spring. During last Wednesday’s rescheduled Cameron City Council meeting, Breckenridge said she will not run as an incumbent this spring - ending her three-term tenure on the city council.  “As you all noticed...
Former Cameron Mayor Darlene Breckenridge reads to children during the inaugural Christmas in Cameron festivities in 2019.
Former Cameron Mayor Darlene Breckenridge announced she will not run for reelection this spring. During last Wednesday’s rescheduled Cameron City Council meeting, Breckenridge said she will not run as an incumbent this spring - ending her three-term tenure on the city council.  “As you all noticed...
Cameron High School Class of 1998 graduate Jeremy Morgan received the Life Saving Award after saving a choking co-worker while simultaneously working air traffic control at Topeka Regional Airport. Morgan, a veteran of the United States Air Force, said he felt a bit embarrassed receiving the award...
Jeremy Morgan poses for a photo with his Life Saving Award after saving a choking co-worker January 6th.
Cameron High School Class of 1998 graduate Jeremy Morgan received the Life Saving Award after saving a choking co-worker while simultaneously working air traffic control at Topeka Regional Airport. Morgan, a veteran of the United States Air Force, said he felt a bit embarrassed receiving the award...
Village resident Connie Spicer receives the first round of COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday morning.
Residents and employees of The Village received their first round of COVID-19 vaccinations as part of a national program focused on immunizing America’s most vulnerable. For brothers Jason Wilkinson and Chris Wilkinson, who own The Village and constructed much of the complex alongside their father...
The Cameron Police Department is investigating a break-in at the Cameron Food Pantry and Clothes Closet.  Gwen Forsythe, a volunteer for the Cameron Food Pantry and Clothes Closet, said sometime Thursday evening assailants broke in through the back door - taking money, jewelry and various other...
For Cameron High School Band Co-Directors Clint Kubala and Jacob Jennings, last Thursday’s Winter Concert seemed more of a months-long journey than a music performance. With the COVID-19 pandemic in its final flails, Kubala, Jennings and various other CHS officials, students and parents navigated a...
From left, Jim McKinley Barbara Caldwell, Neva Woody, Marvin Gordon and Wayne Pierson pose for a photo with Wood's $57,000 check.
Boot Hill Shooting Grounds Owner Neva Woody donated $57,000 to the Cameron Veterans Assistance League, eclipsing her 2019 contribution and totaling more than $100,000 in contributions in the past two years. Woody said record turnout to her multiple Shoot Like A Girl competitions resulted in the...

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