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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Hahn, Realtors® is enjoying their new location at 509 N. Walnut in Cameron. An existing business, they moved to the new location in December of 2018, during the Christmas holiday. Owner Debbie Hahn, started in the real estate business  in 1994, purchasing the agency...
World War II veteran Doc Owens of Maysville joined the military in February of 1943 at Fort Leavenworth. He was assigned to the United States Navy and took basic training at Farragut Naval Training Station in Idaho. From Farragut he went to Naval Station Bremerton in Bremerton, Washington before...
Cameron High School freshman Chase Short hopes the skills he learned in New Delhi, India learning Kushti Wrestling will lead to more wins for the Dragons this fall. Short spent much of May in dirt pits learning the Hindi version of wrestling, with Short noting the intensity of the nearly no-holds...
The Cameron Municipal Band, the ‘Pride of the Community’, continues its season Thursday, June 20 at 8:00 pm, Price Pavilion, McCorkle Park.  This week, music reminiscent of the Wild West and Midwest connections to the legends of the Old West.....from Wild Bill Hickock to Calamity Jane!  This weeks...
The Cameron City Council unanimously approved zoning regulations regarding medical marijuana dispensaries, but only after significant alterations to the proposal by the city planning and zoning commission. By a 3-2 vote the city council more than doubled the planning and zoning commission’s...
    A proposal for regulating medical marijuana dispensaries will go before the Cameron City Council following unanimous approval by the Cameron Planning and Zoning Commission Monday. As part of the proposed zoning regulation approve by the CPZC Monday night, incoming medical marijuana dispensaries...
Nathan Worland, first-year life guard, looks after area children while on duty Tuesday afternoon at the Cameron Municipal Pool.
Cameron Municipal Pool lifeguards say they are prepared with thousands of area children expected to visit the pool this summer. Although the majority of this year’s lifeguards are new to the pool, they have an established group of leaders to look to when facing the perils of protecting area...
The Cameron Area Arts Council in concert with the City of Cameron are starting to put together a new Fall Festival scheduled for Oct.  11-13. It will showcase all kinds of local talent and be called “Doing What We Love to do.” While still in the tentative planning stages, the weekend will include...
With summer just around the corner students at Cameron Intermediate School received lessons on how to save their money from Farmers State Bank. As part of a educational program by FSB, students received an introduction into saving with many students spending their summer hours toiling away at yard...
    Cherry is a two year old terrier mix looking for a lap to cuddle in.   Although she only weighs in at 11 pounds,  she thinks she is ten foot tall when it comes to bigger dogs and will give them all kinds of attitude.  For this reason, Cherry would be better suited to a home with other small...

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