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Vitamin K is the fourth and final fat-soluble vitamin in this series of articles. It exists in two forms, phylloquinone, and menaquinones. Phylloquinone is found predominantly in leafy greens, vegetables such as Brussels sprouts, broccoli, and cabbage, or in fish, liver, eggs, meat, and cereals (in...
Jarrod Scott with Scott’s Construction demolishes a home on Corhhill Street.
Scott’s Construction crews tore down the first of many dilapidated homes as part of a program to encourage home construction in Cameron. As part of its Dilapidated to New Program, the contractors began demolishing two homes on Groat Street, then later a home on Cornhill and have the historic...
Zachary Christian, CHS 2019 drum major, conducts fight song during the bonfire at Dave Goodwin Field.
Despite battling an outbreak of COVID-19, Cameron High School will hold its homecoming ceremony Friday but with a few notable exceptions. Cameron R-1 School District Superintendent Matt Robinson announced the 2020 Cameron High School Homecoming Parade, annual bonfire and homecoming dance will be...
More than seven years of work will finally come to a conclusion next Thursday as city officials, volunteers and donors will open Cameron’s new animal shelter. Linda’s Precious Pets Cameron Animal Care Facility will soon begin operation as Cameron City Manager Steve Rasmussen announced an October 16...
The Cameron Park Board announced it will hold to its plan to open the new Cameron Aquatic Center by July of 2021 after finalizing a deal for construction of the $4.7 million project. Following the board’s hiring of Carrothers Construction, LCC, who estimated they could have the future Cameron...
Cameron police officers, fire fighters and paramedics joined in a caravan to escort 52-year firefighter Ike Taylor on his last ride before burial service inside Packard Cemetery. Prior to retiring last fall, Taylor served the City of Cameron as a firefighter and city mechanic until just before his...
The fourth annual Dream Catchers Chili Contest and Dinner raised thousands as 17 teams competed for the newly minted trophy, which eventually went to Faith Eldredge. Although competing against Tub Creek Barbecue and Papa Sweet’s Bar and Grill, it was Faith Eldredge who etched her name for the...
Members of the Cameron Rotary Club, City of Cameron, Cameron Area Chamber of Commerce and others cut the ribbon on the new, ADA compliant Sunrise Lake Fishing Dock Monday afternoon. Cameron Public Works Director Drew Bontrager described the project as the centerpiece of Sunrise Lake.
The Cameron Rotary Club officially opened what City of Cameron Public Works Director hopes to be the centerpiece of the Cameron Reservoir. Following months of construction, officials with the Rotary Club, City of Cameron, Cameron Area Chamber of Commerce and Cameron Park Board joined for a ribbon...
The Cameron Park Board will decide whether to move forward with multiple plans as construction of a recently approve pool and city park enter the design phase. During a special meeting Wednesday, the board will decide whether to approve a contract with Vireo Landscape to design the park and hire...
Dylan Buick with Curt Schafer Concrete goes for another load of rock for the foundation of the second grain elevator near Harris Street.
With its 100th anniversary just around the corner, manager Cody Sloan said wrapping construction on four grain elevators will push Cameron Coop into a new era.  Following approval from the Cameron Board of Adjustments last November, construction of grain elevators began this summer with one of four...

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