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Due to popular demand, the Cameron Food Pantry and Clothes Closet will host the Second Harvest Mobile Pantry each Thursday through July. As part of both organizations’ ongoing fight against hunger, the food giveaways will take place each Thursday from 10 a.m. and run until supplies last. “Cameron...
After being shuttered for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cameron Public Library opened its doors for the first time last week. With the Cameron Public Library Summer Reading Program traditionally being the library’s peak season each year, the trickle of children coming in for the first...
Despite fears of a second wave of COVID-19, Cameron Main Street, Inc. will move forward with Freedom Festival but with a few changes from previous years.  Cameron Main Street, Inc. Board Member B.J. Reed announced the organization reached out to other organizations and businesses in order to follow...
With 22 easements left to acquire as part of the city of Cameron’s 28-mile waterline project, city manager Steve Rasmussen announced he will request an extension on the soon-to-expire deadline for USDA funding.  The city of Cameron began seeking easements in January as part of a 28-mile waterline...
The old Porter’s Lumber Yard building has a new occupant with plans to officially open July 15. As part of an expansion under new owner David Schmidt, the St. Joseph-based American Gold Mine Pawn and Payday Loan Super Center will open a new location in Cameron, filling the building vacated after...
Hundred attenda. prayer vigil for detective I.B. Fugate
Following multiple ceremonies in his honor, Cameron laid to rest Cameron Police Detective I.B. Fugate, who passed away last Tuesday. Fugate’s death late last Tuesday sent a shockwave through the city of Cameron with some still reeling from the death of DeKalb County Sheriff Andy Clark.  “As a...
Shown here is the inside to of the future American Gold Mine location in Cameron, replacing Porters Building Center.
The old Porter’s Building Center building has a new occupant with plans to officially open July 15. As part of an expansion under new owner David Schmidt, the St. Joseph-based American Gold Mine Pawn and Payday Loan Super Center will open a new location in Cameron, filling the building vacated...
Dick Williams of Lathrop spent 21 years in the U.S. Navy. He joined in November of 1957. His basic training was in San Diego. He served on 9 different ships during his career. Dick’s first deployment was on the USS Helena, a Brooklyn-class destroyer. The Brooklyn-class destroyers were built to...
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