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  ’Tis the season for giving. Cameron R-I School District is the proud winner of the much-anticipated 2016 National Red Ribbon Photo Contest. Students, faculty and staff were fearlessly led by guidance counselor Kasie Webb in decorating the campus with this year’s theme, “YOLO. Be Drug Free™”. This...
Veterans enjoy breakfast at Cameron Veterans Middle School
  The staff and student body of Cameron Veterans Middle School commemorated the 75th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor on Wednesday, December 7, during their Veterans Appreciation Assembly.    The event kicked off with a breakfast for veterans which included scrambled eggs, biscuits and...
  The council chambers were nearly filled for the Monday, December 5 City Council meeting where the phase two project at Sunrise Lake and the recent land purchase by the city council remained the topics on the minds of the Council and citizens alike. Cameron citizens and members of the Veteran’s...
Veterans stand to be recognized during CVMS assembly
  Remembering Jesse and 'A date which will live in infamy'   Jesse Reynolds, believed to be the oldest living Pearl Harbor survivor in Missouri (99), passed away this year. At one time, he was a resident at the Missouri Veterans Home in Cameron. Jesse, who was  willing to share his story with all...
Veterans home WWII Vets cutline Front row: Ken Holman, June Carver, Trudy Steele, Mary Weeks, Verne Ray 2nd Row: Reubin Lair, Bill Stuck, Rupert Patterson, Don Herring, Neal Colby, Charles Parman, Gene Hankins, Don Hull 3rd Row: Edna Shipley, Bernie Horgen, Jay Perrin, Lowell Farmer, Harold Craig, Wendell Street 4th Row: Armond Schelp, Eldred Lindhorst, Paul Bosler, Otto Price, William Polllard.
The headline on December 8, 1941 in the Cameron News-Observer was: US DECLARES WAR AGAINST JAPAN We run this story again to remember those who served, those killed in the attacks on Pearl Harbor, and for those who survived and continued to serve. Both Senate and House Back President and Pass...
  Cameron Newspapers is holding a photo contest for the 2017 edition of Pride and Progress.  Enter your photos in five categories:  Life in Clinton/DeKalb Counties, Sports, People, Nature and Miscellaneous.  There will be prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners with the Grand Prize winning photo...
  The City recently purchased 380 acres of land, which is located east of the Cameron Regional Medical Center. This purchase accomplishes two purposes. One purpose is to move the Electric Dept. from two locations into one site that is large enough to allow materials and equipment storage. The ...
  Representatives from the National Weather Service at Pleasant HIll presented the City of Cameron Wastewater Treatment Plant with a certificate for 50 years of weather reports. Consistent reporting is important for establishing droughts and declaring states of emergency within the state of...
  Juniors at Cameron High School took the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Monday November 21. The high school version of the ASVAB which is officially called Form 18/19 is commonly given to juniors and seniors through a cooperative program between the Department of Defense and...
Army Veteran Jim Findley of Osborn being presented with a "Quilt of Valor" by Mackenzie Perry and Abby Hall on behalf of Carol Boothe, quilter at the Osborn Veterans Day Assembly.
  The Osborn R-0 School district hosted their annual Veterans Day Assembly on Friday, November 11, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. to remember and recognize Americans, past and present , whose military service and sacrifices have helped preserve the freedoms we enjoy today.  All students, teachers,...

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