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After months of preparation the efforts of Cameron High School drama students and teachers will come to a head with the opening night of their production of ‘Mamma Mia!’.  Tuesday night wrapped up the final dress rehearsal for the ABBA-based musical extravaganza, which Co-Director Andi Brown said...
Councilwoman Becky Curtis talks about the Tuggle Monument
The Cameron Historical Society’s inaugural Cemetery Tour highlighted the lives of Cameron’s most notable citizens residing in the Packard Cemetery. The Cameron Police Department assisted in the event, offering a police escort for the funeral procession kicking off the tour, then Officer Chris...
The Cameron Dragon have faced many tough opponents, but their latest may come in a courtroom following a request by the Freedom From Religion Foundation.Last Friday the Dragons discontinued their postgame tradition of Coach Jeff Wallace inviting fans, students and student-athletes to pray - this...
Shown here is a recent photo of the Chestnut Arms, which city officials recently condemned citing potential health concerns.
Cameron City Manager Steve Rasmussen announced the city secured housing for 12 residents of the Chestnut Arms following a request to vacate the property due to immediate health concerns. Earlier this month the city requested assistance in finding housing for 12 residents of the Chestnut Arms,...
Kenneth Wykert walks out of court after recently appointed Judge Roger Prokes approved moving his trial to Nodaway County.
MAYSVILLE — Newly appointed Nodaway County Judge Roger Prokes approved moving accused murderer Kenneth Wykert’s trial to Nodaway County at the request of Defense Attorney Joshua Smith.  Making his first appearance since DeKalb County Judge Brent Elliot appointment him to oversee the trial and pre-...
Jennifer Blackburn counters a punch with a kick during Saturday's self-defense class by the Cameron Police Department and DeKalb County Sheriff's Office.
The Cameron Police Department and DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office teamed for a self-defense class Saturday morning, teaching nine area women vital lessons on survival. Cameron Police Officer Devin White and DeKalb County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Kasey Keesaman spend four hours with students, teaching...
A Bethany woman is free on bond after allegedly delivering a white powdery-filled envelope to Cameron Hard Start with a threat to Ciji Anne McQuinn to ‘watch your back’. McQuinn, 30, of Bethany faces charges first-degree felony terroristic threat and misdemeanor making a false report following an...
Cameron Marching Dragons 0:00 to 3:10, Tri County Marching Band (Jamesport) 3:13 to 3:50, Winston Marching Redbirds 3:50 yo 4:30, Stewartsville Cardinal Pride Marching Band 4:35 to 6:25, Braymer Bobcats Marching Brigade 6:35 to 7:15, Norborne 7:16 to 8:05, South Harrison Bulldog Band 8:08 to 10:04...
Cameron High School graduate Paul Watson was drafted into the United States Army in 1969. He took Basic Training at Fort Campbell, KY, and advanced training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. He was deployed to Vietnam in July of 1970, returning to the States in July of 1971. Paul was a MOS Mechanic assigned...
Faith Eldredge serves brother Joseph during Saturday night’s annual Dream Catcher Dinner.
The annual Dream Catchers dinner and chili contest raised thousands Saturday night with Clinton County Commissioner Larry King lending a hand. King, a trained auctioneer, lent his voice and skills to the annual dinner fundraiser as its master of ceremonies to assist Dream Catchers in its mission to...

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