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Photo: Boy Scout Float at the Christmas parade
Cameronites coame out in droves on Saturday, November 24, for the City Christmas festivities. The evening kicked off with a holiday parade and commenced with the lighting ceremony and visits with Santa Rodney. There were tables of goodies outside the Library, on the corner of Chestnut and Third...
101 years Young
St. Patrick’s Manor was packed on Sunday, November 11, with friends, family, and well-wishers stopping by to celebrate Miriam Hahn’s 101 birthday. A couple Cameron Firemen even stopped by in their coats to wish Miriam well and “check on the cake”.    The theme of the party was 101 Dalmatians which...
Cameron and outlying areas received its third snow event of this fall. While it presents hardships for many, snow has its own beauty, and its own place in the natural world. Snow is silent. It falls silently, muffling everyday noise. There is an eerie quietness about the land, as the world pulls up...
Fourth Annual Women in Agriculture Draws Sold-Out Crowd, New Vendors and Sponsors Cindy Barker FSA   The DeKalb and Daviess County Farm Service Agencies (FSA), Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCD) and MU Extension hosted the fourth annual Women in Agriculture Event at the June Conley...
Unveiling of Purple Heart City Signs Jonathan Belcher, Cadet Colonel JROTC In August, 1782, George Washington called for the creation of a medal to recognize heroic service. Often referred to as the Oldest Military Medal, the Purple Heart is still one of the most honored decorations a serviceman or...
Last week we talked about what a great time it is to be in the woods hunting squirrels. Archery hunting is heating up as well, and we can't forget that the fall firearms turkey season is open until the 31st.    Originally, the fall gun season for turkeys was set at two weeks in length. Several...
Pam Jeffries, Senior Office Support Assistant, was nominated for September Employee of the Month by Marsha Vanisko, Personnel Clerk. Pam began in the position of Timekeeper in December 2016, when CRCC was starting to have a significant increase in COI vacancies, which creates an increase in...
Photo:  2018 Osborn Carnival Royalty and attendants Back row: 7th Graders Ethan Hall and Josie Brush, Freshman Quentin Hughes and Mackenzie Perry, Juniors William Powers and Brionna Frans, Student Council Escort Denny Hankins, Carnival King Michael Rueckert and Queen Madi Gray,  Returning Royalty Karena Cascioli, Seniors Stephanie White and Brayden Grimshaw, Sophomores Gwen DeKam and John Bell, and 8th Graders Tommie Jo Gregg and Braxton Gibson  Front row: Gift Bearer Boston Brady, Flower Girl Olivia Owens
The Osborn School held their annual school carnival on Saturday, October 13.  The evening was filled with a lot of fun and excitement for the students, their relatives and the community members.  The evening began with the Osborn Carnival Coronation presentation.  The 2018 Osborn Carnival Queen was...
Chamber Spotlight Submitted   The 2nd Chamber Business Spotlight for October is Cameron Accounting Inc. & Cameron Financial Services Inc.. Pictured are owners James C. & Donna S. McKinley and employees: Sam Spiers-Burgess, Linda Hill, Valerie Scroggins, Joan House, Jimmy McKinley (with...
  Piano soloist David E.J. Smith performed on Saturday, October 20, in the second concert of the Cameron Area Arts Council (CAAC) “Dinner and a Show” series. Prior to the show guest were served a spaghetti dinner with tiramisu for desert.    David is originally from Independence and that is where...

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