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  Cameron, Mo.- Norman Gale Hawkins, 82, Cameron, passed away on September 22, 2016. Norman was born November 4, 1933 in Cameron, to Winfred and Finis A. (Whitaker) Hawkins. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Ethel Hawkins and brother, Eldon Hawkins. Norman served in the Navy during the...
  Last Sunday, September 18, local Cub Scout Packs 249 and 208 went to Dave Goodwin Field in order to get some exercise and have fun with the theme of “Scout Olympics” The two packs had many events for both scouts and parents to join in. For example a 100 meter dash, a messy egg toss and potato...
    On September 17, the Aiden McVicker Charitable Fund and the Cameron Chamber of Commerce joined together to present the second Crossroads Crush at around McCorkle Park and on part of Third Street in Cameron.  According to Pam Ice of the Chamber of Commerce, they believe there were about 1000...
Police Stadoff ends peacefully At approximately 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 15, Cameron Police and members of the Missouri State Highway Patrol received information that a suspect wanted in connection with assault and robbery in Mexico, Mo was possibly in the Cameron area. Cameron Police and...
The Cameran Veterans Home Assistance League hosted an appreciation luncheon for first responders on Wednesday September 7 in the chapel at the veterans home. Guests included Cameron Police Department, Highway Patrol, Cameron Fire Department, Clinton County Sheriff Department and Cameron Ambulance...
  Judges for the Missouri Community Betterment competition were in town on Monday September 12. They heard presentations by Jack Briggs, Councilman Denny Clark, Pat Jones, Dr. Nada Woodworth, Gina Reed, Drew Bontrager, Pam Ice, Zac Workman, and Mary Jo Eiberger while watching a powerpoint...
  On Monday September 12, Parkview students lined the sidewalk of the circle drive, with flags, signs and red white and blue clothing, waiting on the arrival of our Community Heroes. The children cheered and waved their flags as Police cars, Fire Trucks, and the Ambulance took a couple of laps...
Bob Denton was 16 years old on Pearl Harbor Day, December 7, 1941 and he was bowling in Amsterdam, New York. He says he wanted to join the Navy, but he couldn’t until he was 17, which he wouldn’t be until the next June and his father wouldn’t sign the paperwork for him to join until he graduated...
  The room was full on September 1 for the Clinton County Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. Residents of both Clinton and DeKalb counties were on hand to speak during the public hearing portion of the meeting with the consensus of the opinions being that IF wind turbines were allowed in...
  The Cameron High School Band honored one of their own during Friday nights home football game. Members wore a purple ribbon in memory of their friend and classmate, Taylor Mefford, who tragically passed away this summer. The band will wear the ribbons throughout the marching season. 

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