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The Clinton County Health Department announced its eighth confirmed COVID-19 death and the Cameron Missouri Veterans Home seems the most effected so far. The Missouri Veterans Commission announced seven of the eight confirmed deaths from COVID-19 have been veterans living inside the Cameron...
The Clinton County Health Department reported its first, second and third COVID-19 deaths since the outbreak began last March.  Despite significant efforts by staff and administrators at area nursing home and long-term care facilities, Blair Shock, CCHD secretary, said the virus has infiltrated...
 Volunteers Jim O’Connor, Sandy Graham and Dana Hughes prepare meals.
The Cameron Elks Lodge served more than 100 area first responders as a way to give back in a time of great need.  With first responders dealing with COVID-19 and unrest throughout the Kansas City metro, the Cameron Elks reached out to area police, paramedics and firefighters to see if they could...
BURN BAN in effect until further notice Due to dry and windy conditions, the Fire Department has issued a burn ban until further notice for the City of Cameron. No outdoor burning allowed at this time.
Seniors Karlie Fletcher and Ty Campbell pose for a photo after being named CHS queen and king.
Although COVID-19 social distancing recommendations forced the postponement or cancelation of many Cameron High School Homecoming traditions, the crowning of homecoming king and queen was not one of them. Cameron High School students elected senior volleyball team outside hitter Karlie Fletcher and...
Great Pumpkin Glow Run participant Taeloree Teel gets ahead of the pack Saturday night.
The second annual Fall Festival drew hundreds to McCorkle Park, partaking in music, food and a variety of other activities Saturday. After a soft launch in 2019, the 2020 Fall Festival returned with much more enthusiasm with Cameron Missouri Main Street, Inc. partnering with the Cameron Arts...
Gov. Mike Parson and Missouri First Lady Teresa Parson drop in on veteran Richard Walker’s first visit with his wife Bonnie since March.
Despite having a lockdown in place since March, COVID-19 finally found its way into the Cameron Missouri Veterans Home. The Missouri Veterans Commission announced two veterans and two staff members contracted COVID-19. “From the first day that COVID-19 was detected in Missouri, the Veterans Homes...
Cameron City Councilwoman Becky Curtis details the life of Rose Dildine.
The Cameron Historical Society held its second annual Cemetery Tour, highlighting the lives of Cameron’s most noteworthy citizens residing in the Graceland Cemetery.  While the inaugural tour at Packard Cemetery focused on many of the Cameron’s founders and unsolved mysteries involving some of its...
The Cameron Historical Society held its second annual Cemetery Tour, highlighting the lives of Cameron’s most noteworthy citizens residing in the Graceland Cemetery.  While the inaugural tour at Packard Cemetery focused on many of the Cameron’s founders and unsolved mysteries involving some of its...
Classes will be much different for many Cameron High School students after district officials announced implementation of Plan B. As part of a four-tier collaborative plan with the Clinton County Health Department to fight COVID-19, Cameron R-1 School District announced it will enter Plan B -...

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