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Pharaoh/Elvis, played by Assistant Director Jeremy Hess, asks for Joseph’s assistance in interpreting his dreams through song.
  The Cameron Community Players showcased their summer production last Thursday-Saturday, performing Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Goodrich Auditorium. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a multi genre musical adaption, written by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, of...
City employees show their support with the Team Tammie shirts and their hats. Mark Gaugh, Tim Hamilton, Drew Bontrager, Rae Flinn, Amy McVicker, Carmen Weigand, Pam Korneman, Tammie Schmitz, Glenda Atkinson, Barbara O'Connor, Dixe, and Dixie Masters.
  On Wednesday, July 13, anyone entering City Hall or spotting many of the city employees around town were greeted with an amazing sight. Many of the city employees were decked out in wonderful hats and white t-shirts with bright pink lettering that read, “Team Tammie” and in red lettering, “Fight...
  On Friday July 15, Scott Adkison was involved in a stand off at his residence with police, after police responded to a report of a suicidal subject in the 4200 block of Summit Road. According to DeKalb County Sheriff, Wes Raines, Adkison fires shots directed toward members of the Cameron Police...
  Pokémon Go is the second mobile game for Nintendo’s 20 year old franchise, and has caused an explosion in the Pokémon franchise and fan base overnight with over ten million downloads on Google play alone. While this app is not equivalent to the main Nintendo Pokémon games, it is engaging to all...
  CAMERON’S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN Soon, the City will be posting the totally revised Comprehensive Plan. If you are not familiar with the Plan, it is a document that sets out the City’s intent for the future, basically. It covers livability, zoning plans, utility plans, general development and many...
Seuferling sits with the 5th grade English-Language Arts students.
  Cheers, claps and the shrill of bagpipes echoed through a terminal at Kansas City International Airport as 84 Kansas City veterans returned home from the Heartland Honor Flight (HHF) on May 3. A crowd of 2,000 people lined the hall at 10:30 p.m., holding American flags and signs to welcome home...
Citizens gather outside the Fire Station for a prayer service and to show their support to the police and emergency service crews in Cameron
  On Tuesday July 19, it is estimated that somewhere in the number of 200 people from Cameron and the surrounding communities gathered at the Cameron Fire Station to show their support and pray for the city’s Police and Emergency Services (EMS) crews. People continued to arrive even after the...
A press release issued by Chief Rick Bashor of the Cameron Police Department stated, “On June 17, 2016, the Boy Scouts of America Cub Scout Pack 208 filed a police report with the Cameron Police Department in reference to money missing from their account. Cameron Detectives began the investigation...
The color guard began the parade.    Did you miss the parade? Watch the video here! https://youtu.be/d2-JvXm0GA4
KC Area Jazz Artist and featured vocal soloist, Kathleen Holeman, sings "S'Wonderful" (Gershwin/arr. Mathews).
  Threatening weather could not put a damper on the 150th Anniversary Concert celebrating the Cameron Municipal Band. Known for its long standing history of musical excellence, the CMB performed for music lovers near and far. Some of the pieces included "Eternal Father, Strong to Save (CT Smith), "...

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