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Consistency is a key ingredient of success in many activities – including investing. And one technique that can help you become a more consistent investor is paying yourself first. Many people have the best of intentions when it comes to investing. They know how important it is to put money away...
  The Youth Group at St. Munchin’s Catholic Church hosted a party for local group home residents on Sunday evening, November 11th. Over 70 people enjoyed playing games and enjoying a meal of hot dogs and the trimmings. The youth group led the games, worked in the serving line, and enjoyed mixing...
Celebrating 100 Years Mike Hanrahan   Born December 18, 1918, Village resident Ellen Thompson celebrated her 100th birthday on Sunday, surrounded by friends and family. Ellen remains very active and is healthy in mind, body, and spirit. She enjoyed visiting with guests and seeing old friends.  ...
The 2018 Broadway season of Starlight has begun in a flash of lights, colors, drums, trumpets, and plenty of latin flavor! On Your Feet is the first show of the season to grace the stage of Starlight this year and it is the heartwarming story of Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine. The story...
On 01-04-2018 at 1148am, a Clinton County Deputy observed a red Chevy Astra van traveling at excessive speeds in Grayson, MO. The Deputy attempted to stop the vehicle, which failed to stop resulting in a vehicular pursuit. During the pursuit speeds exceeded 90 MPH and the vehicle traveled into...
The Cameron City Council has appointed Shellie Blades to the City Clerk position. The opening was created upon the retirement announcement of the current City Clerk, Barbara O’Connor, who will serve until through January 31 of this year. Shellie began her service with the City of Cameron in 1993,...
According to a press release issued by Police Chief Rick Bashor, in October of this year, a report was received from members of the local Toys 4 Tots organization about missing money from their account. The Cameron Police Department launched an investigation and according to the warrant application...
Cameron City Council Monday November 6
City Council Meeting October 2
Cameron City Council Meeting, Monday October 16


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