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State officials denied Therapy Harvest Corporation, financially supported by former Missouri National Guard adjutant general Stephen L. Danner, a cultivation license for medical cannabis. A column by St. Louis Post Dispatch writer Tony Messenger stated former Missouri National Guard adjutant...
Cameron voters will decide whether to approve a $10 million plan for a new performing arts center, FFA building and renovations to Cameron High School. The Cameron Board of Education approved the language of the tax initiative, which will go on the April 2020 ballot, seeking to keep the current...
Each New Year is characterized by the figures “Father Time”, and the “Baby New Year”. Father Time symbolically transfers responsibility for the coming year to the Baby New Year. It symbolizes a new beginning for the year, and in our lives. A New Year brings new hope for a better coming year. We...
I think one of the most interesting women in this area is Ruby Bassett. Let me tell you about her. She was born Ruby Arleen Leahy, February 7, 1935, in the Zuni Mountains outside of Gallup, New Mexico. Her grandfather traveled in a covered wagon as a traveling blacksmith between Iowa and Colorado...
Garry Greer of Cameron joined the U.S. Navy in December of 1969. Following Basic Training and home leave, he was sent to San Diego Hospital Corps School.  Following that training, he went for additional training at Fleet Medical Service School at Camp Pendleton in California, where he qualified for...
Pictured here are Wyatt Burnett, Leroy Todd, Phoebe Todd, Rosalynn Smith, Everett Todd, and Lillian Todd.
The Far West Community of Christ Church held its annual Chili and Stew Supper in November to raise funds for Toys for Tots. It was very successful this year, and this past Sunday December 9th, the kids from the Sunday School classes met at Orscheln's. They carefully shopped for and purchased almost...
Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Edward Byers retired from the military on September 19, 2019. He spent 21 years in active duty during which he earned the Congressional Medal of Honor and two Purple Hearts.           Byers came from a patriotic family, and from an early age was intrigued by...
The Goodrich Building, shown here, houses a theater and administrative offices.
Although the Cameron Board of Education will eventually replace the Goodrich with a new performing arts center, Supt. Matt Robinson said the district has no intentions of immediately closing the city landmark. Known for hosting various school plays, musical events and district administrative...
City planners hope a $2,000 investment into a traffic study will create a new commercial corridor in the north section of Cameron.  Cameron Public Works Director Drew Bontrager announced the city received an $8,000 Traffic Engineering Assistance Program grant to pay for a study regarding the safety...
The Cameron City Council unanimously approved entering into an agreement with the Great Northwest Wholesale Water Commission as it explores installing a 28-mile waterline from the Missouri River. With Councilmen L. Corey Sloan and Dennis Clark absent from Monday’s meeting, the present councilmen...

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