Cameron resident Joe Kalenowsky enlisted in the United States Air Force in December of 1951. He took basic training in San Antonio, Texas. Following basic, Joe was sent to Jet Mechanic School at Amarillo, Texas, (now deactivated) for six months.
When I heard we lost our friend Ray Diven, my mind instantly recalled stories he had shared with me, like this one that fits our topic here.
Scott McKay, of Osborn, has been a local photographer for 13 years. Born in Oahu, Hawaii and raised as an ‘Air Force brat’ Scott said he was raised all over the world till he was in high school.
The Cameron Dragon Special Olympics team competed in a track meet on Saturday, April 6. They traveled to Savannah, Missouri and brought home some gold!
Let me just start by saying there is nothing unhealthy about eating lean meat in moderation.  
Three Osborn students and their supervisor, Lindsey Karr-Colson traveled to DeKalb High School to compete in the 275 Conference Spelling Bee on April 3.  Schools in the 275 Conference include Craig, Dekalb, Fairfax, Jefferson, Mound City, Nodaway-
    Representatives from municipalities surrounding Cameron expressed the need for a centrally located exposition center during the recent Mo-Kan Regional Council SWOT meeting. While discussing the economic strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the region, multiple representatives...
Montana is a year and a half old heeler mix. She can be shy when first meeting someone but warms up quickly. Montana is in the Puppies for Parole program and is living in the prison while being trained. She is housetrained, and kennel trained and knows commands such as sit, shake, lay down and come...
The main purpose of this weeks article is to remind you its time to put up your hummingbird feeders.  The remainder of this weeks article comes to us from the Hummingbirds.net page. The proper mixture for your feeder according to this website is: One part ordinary white cane sugar to four parts...
There are roughly 1000 headstones in need of repair and restoration in Cameron’s cemeteries. While many can be renewed through a relatively simple, though time consuming, cleaning process others need to be picked-up, reassembled, and reset. Almost all need new bases. Knowing that far more stones...

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