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Members of the Cameron Police Department march with participants of Saturday’s Out of Darkness Suicide Awareness Walk.
Hundreds effected by the death of loved ones from suicide spent Saturday morning circling the track of Dave Goodwin Field as part of the Out of Darkness Suicide Awareness Walk.  The walk, a fundraiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, began as a social media post by Cameron...
Cameron City Manager Steve Rasmussen gives a rundown of city finances during Monday’s meeting.
After weeks of rigorous discussion during the passage of the 2020-2021 budget, the Cameron City Council made a few special fund projects a priority during a special meeting Monday evening. As part of Monday’s discussion, the city council, Cameron Chamber of Commerce, Cameron Missouri Main Street...
Dalton Stufflebean poses for a photo with Cameron R-1 School District's newest staff member Odie.
The Cameron R-1 School District welcomed its newest staff member Odie, a special needs dog, who began working with students Monday. Following more than 10 months of training, as well as a few weeks getting used to his new surroundings in Cameron, Odie began his first week of duty working with teens...
Gov. Mike Parson and Missouri First Lady Teresa Parson drop in on veteran Richard Walker's first visit with his wife Bonnie since March.
With the gubernatorial election just a few months away, Gov. Mike Parson dropped by the Western Missouri Corrections Center and the Cameron Missouri Veterans Home while on the campaign trail Thursday. Parson made his first stop at WMCC, which recently consolidated with Crossroads Corrections Center...
Shown here is a submitted photo of Jerry and Flo Kinder.
Clinton County Coroner Robert Lee Hanks ruled out foul play after first responders discovered the bodies of Cameron Antique Mall Owners Jerry and Florence Kinder. Although still awaiting autopsy results, Hanks attributed severe health conditions unrelated to COVID-19 to the deaths of Jerry and Flo...
Music teacher Allyson Kapp takes her class outside to teach a lesson on rain Monday.
For the first time in nearly six months, Cameron R-1 School District students returned to regular class last week. While dozens of students chose to attend class virtually for the fall semester, the remainder returned to class for the first time last Thursday – delayed from last Tuesday due to...
Nodaway County Judge Roger Prokes sentenced Kenneth Wykert to the maximum 14 years in prison Tuesday afternoon for charges related to the death of Cameron mother of two Leah Dawson. Two months removed from amending the original second-degree murder charge to involuntary manslaughter, Prokes...
After weeks of discussion, the Cameron City Council approved its 2020-2021 budget, which will go into effect next month. The council remained divided in approving the $20 million budget with councilwomen Becky Curtis and Darlene Breckenridge both voting against it, but with no further discussion...
Faith Eldredge serves brother Joseph during Saturday night’s annual Dream Catcher Dinner.
Dream Catchers announced it will move its annual dinner and chili contest from October to September 19. Newly inducted Dream Catchers President Travis Eldredge hopes to spark a friendly rivalry amongst members of area law enforcement this year with many agencies planning to attend next month. “We...
After two months, and giving away more than 100,000 pounds of produce, Cameron FFA students will wrap up their free produce giveaway Monday. With Cameron R-1 School District students returning to class Thursday, FFA students will host one last produce giveaway next Monday and focus on distributing...

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