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The Cameron City Council finalized tax increment financing for a proposed multi-million dollar car dealership owned by Randy Curnow. Cameron Community Development Director Tim Wymes said using TIF for an existing business became necessary in order to reduce the construction cost of the future new...
Missouri State Parks Director Mike Sutherland confirms that all state parks in Missouri, including Wallace State Park, are open to visitors. Parks officially opened on Memorial Day weekend to enthusiastic campers and people seeking virus refuge in the outdoors. Sutherland said, “People were anxious...
With Cameron High School offseason athletic training on hold to stave off a potential COVID-19 outbreak, the Cameron R-1 School district held off on creating its plan for a return August 25. With a forecasted dramatic change in COVID-19 infection statistics in the next few weeks, superintendent...
Ken Raffety of Cameron, was born and grew up in Carrollton, Mo. He grew up on a farm and with 25 cows to milk by hand, he learned about hard work at an early age. Ken and his wife, Arbath, were married just short of 61 years. Sadly, she passed away in January of this year, creating a huge void in...
The Cameron High School Marching Dragon Band braves the rain during the 2019 MarchFest
Retired Cameron High School Band Director Ann Goodwin-Clark, who currently serves as a member of the Cameron School Board, announced the 2020 MarchFest has been cancelled.  MarchFest joined numerous fall marching competitions cancelled throughout due to COVID-19, and Goodwin said the decision to...
Jim McCullough takes his competition chicken thighs off the grill.
Smoke and the scent of roasting meat filled the ground of the Cameron Elks Lodge as hundreds competed in multiple Kansas City Barbecue Society competitions last weekend. The Elks Lodge hosted more than 30 teams as part of two KCBS competitions with visitors coming from as far as South Dakota to...
Medal of Honor winner, Staff Sergeant Ty Michael Carter was born in Oregon in the 1990’s, but subsequently moved to California. He joined the U.S. Marines and attended Combat Engineer School. He was deployed to Okinawa and Japan. He showed promise as a marksman, but left the Marines after his...
Students in the Cameron Community Players Youth Theater practice the singing in a group during rehearsals.
After lying dormant since February, the Goodrich Theater has been abuzz since Monday’s kickoff of the Cameron Community Players Youth Theater Workshop. Students have just a few days left before debuting ‘We’re All in This Together’ a Broadway review of famous music from a variety of genres past and...
Curbside Recycling Program to Resume 7/20/20 On Monday, July 20, 2020 curbside recycling collection will start again. This program will follow all previous guidelines. Recycling has to be placed at the edge of the street in the clear blue recycling bags or approved recycling containers by 7:30 am...
Nodaway County Judge Roger Prokes finds Kenneth Wykert not guilty of second-degree murder, but explains his guilty verdict regarding charges of involuntary manslaughter and abandonment of a corpse.
MARYVILLE - Nodaway County Judge Roger Prokes found Kenneth Wykert not guilty of a second-degree murder charge levied following the death of Cameron native Leah Dawson. Prokes rendered his verdict after determining there was not enough evidence to convict Wykert of second-degree murder, but did...

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