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Shown here are two early concepts for the new Cameron Aquatic Center.
The Cameron Park Board received its first view of two concepts for the new Cameron Aquatic Center and will vote to finalize those plans Thursday. With both plans exceeding the $4.7 million budget, the board will meet with Lamp Rynearson Aquatics Group Leader Andy Smith and associates with...
Cameron Citizen-Observer staff writer Mike Hanrahan rides in a secret St. Patrick's Day Parade last year.
Cameron Missouri Main Street Inc. Board Member B.J. Reed announced the organization will join the local chapter of the Knights of Columbus to continue Cameron’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.  During Tuesday’s Cameron Main Street, Inc. Board meeting, Reed announced the organization will assist...
Cameron Missouri Main Street Inc. and the City of Cameron may soon partner in preventing the demolition of a section of downtown dating back to the 1870s. During Monday's Cameron City Council meeting, Cameron City Manager Steve Rasmussen said Cameron Missouri Main Street, Inc. requested guidance on...
Shown here is the currently closed Crossroads Correctional Center.
Plans to reopen the Crossroads Correctional Center as a training center for corrections staff continue taking shape as the initiative recommended by Gov. Mike Parson makes its way through the Missouri House of Representatives. During a house budget committee meeting last Wednesday, Missouri...
The Cameron Park Board meets with Lamp Rynearson Aquatics Group Leader Andy Smith and associates with Carruthers Construction to see the first concepts and alternative options for the new Cameron Aquatic Center.
Vireo Landscape Architect Steve Rhoades shows a concept of the new Cameron City Park approved by voters last summer.
With funds for the construction of a portion of the new Cameron City Park, the park board received a sneak peek of the park set to open Memorial Day of 2022. Vireo Landscape Architect Steve Rhoades unveiled the first concept of the new Cameron City Park and provided details on a host of first-phase...
An estimated $32 million, 28-mile waterline may require court intervention with some local landowners balking at the Great Northwest Wholesale Water Commission’s offer. During the recent Cameron City Council meeting, City Manager Steve Rasmussen said the Great Northwest Wholesale Water Commission...
Cameron Regional Medical Cener ER nurse manager Nikki Baker administers a vaccine to Teresa Ross.
A mass vaccination program based out of Cameron High School vaccinated more than 1,600 residents of Northwest Missouri. Last Saturday morning cars lined up around the block for the first mass vaccination in Cameron and by 3 p.m. reported all available doses had been administered as part of a joint...
Curbside Trash Collection Temporarily Suspended Cameron curbside trash collection will be delayed one day due to extreme cold temperatures forecasted for Tuesday, February 16. Trash collection was already pushed back one day all week in recognition of Presidents Day. Therefore, your normal...
Clinton County Health Department Administrator Blair Shock introduces area leaders to the impact of COVID-19 last March before the pandemic. He hopes Saturday's vaccination make significant progress in ending the ongoing pandemic in rural Northwest Missouri.
A few spots are still available for Saturday’s mass vaccination at Cameron High School as part of a collaboration involving the Missouri National Guard, county health departments and area health professionals and students. From 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or while supplies last, CHS will be the...

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