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Shown here are items in a time capsule from 1993 recently discovered inside the Cameron Intermediate School principal’s office.
An electrician working inside the Cameron Intermediate School principal’s office discovered a small parcel of mementos seemingly lost in time. While working on wiring the ceiling to Cameron Intermediate School Principal Jayson Erdman’s office, the electrician discovered a PVC pipe labeled with the...
Republican rep. Sam Graves discusses what actions congress is taking regarding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and their impact on public education.
Congressman Sam Graves assured area school districts will not face lawsuits should a student become infected with COVID-19, if the Republican-backed Cares Act II passes. Graves’ statement came while updating area school superintendents on federal action in the works Monday, inside the Goodrich...
Councilwoman Becky Curtis proposes an amendment to the 2021 budget. xc
The Cameron City Council remains split regarding its $20 million budget, which passed 3-2 Monday night. Following a raucous public hearing introducing the proposed $20 million budget two weeks ago, emotions did not seem to cool as Councilwoman Becky Curtis and former Mayor Darlene Breckenridge...
Carl ‘The Wizard of Odd’ Albertson and Richie ‘Redneck Pimp’ King talk during a podcast.
The W.O. Entertainment Radio Show, based out of the Old School, will look to make history with the longest recorded livestream starting 8 a.m. October 31st. Carl ‘The Wizard of Odd’ Albertson, Justin “Goose” Snodgrass and Richie ‘Redneck Pimp’ King with W.O. Entertainment plan to take themselves to...
Deaths from COVID-19 continue rising at an exponential rate in the surrounding area with Clinton County accounting for seven additional deaths in the past week, raising the overall total to 15. Clinton County Health Department Secretary previously attributed the sudden uptick in cases and related...
Cameron High School FFA students and volunteer prepare more than 50,000 meals last Thursday and Friday.
Cameron High School FFA students and volunteers spent two days preparing more than 50,000 meals for the Cameron Food Pantry and Clothes Closet last Thursday and Friday.  As part of the final phase of their Feeding Our Friends Program, FFA students and volunteers spent hours preparing boxes of food...
The Clinton County Health Department announced its eighth confirmed COVID-19 death and the Cameron Missouri Veterans Home seems the most effected so far. The Missouri Veterans Commission announced seven of the eight confirmed deaths from COVID-19 have been veterans living inside the Cameron...
The Clinton County Health Department reported its first, second and third COVID-19 deaths since the outbreak began last March.  Despite significant efforts by staff and administrators at area nursing home and long-term care facilities, Blair Shock, CCHD secretary, said the virus has infiltrated...
 Volunteers Jim O’Connor, Sandy Graham and Dana Hughes prepare meals.
The Cameron Elks Lodge served more than 100 area first responders as a way to give back in a time of great need.  With first responders dealing with COVID-19 and unrest throughout the Kansas City metro, the Cameron Elks reached out to area police, paramedics and firefighters to see if they could...
BURN BAN in effect until further notice Due to dry and windy conditions, the Fire Department has issued a burn ban until further notice for the City of Cameron. No outdoor burning allowed at this time.

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