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First responders from multiple departments surround the Cameron Public Safety Building.
A Cameron woman faces multiple felony charges after allegedly ramming a Cameron Police Department officer during an altercation earlier this month. Jody Norton, 45, received charges of felony driving while intoxicated, felony possession of a controlled substance and felony assault on a law...
The Cameron R-1 School District Board of Education approved a slew of measures restricting student access to library materials under review by the district at the request of a parent or citizen.  During a special meeting of the Cameron BoE, Cameron Board of Education trustees unanimously approved a...
The Cameron Veterans Middle School Band performs during last week’s concert.
Student musicians with the Cameron Veterans Middle School band celebrated area veterans and remembered the lives lost in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor during a ceremony last Thursday inside the Cameron High School Performing Arts Center. Jove Stickel, CVMS principal, thanked the veterans who...
The Cameron City Council approved renewing Midwest Pool Management to once again oversee the Cameron Aquatic Center, despite an ongoing push to put the pool back under city management.  The vote passed 3-1 with Councilman John Breckenridge voting against renewing the contract. “I would normally say...
Cameron Mayor Becky Curtis takes the first legal drive down the newly paved Griffin Road.
Cameron motorist began driving along the recently reopened Griffin Road after city officials opened the $750,000 project to the public last Thursday.  City of Cameron Mayor Becky Curtis took the first legal trip down the recently paved Griffin Road, which culminated years-long process beginning...
Shown here is Cameron City Hall.
Although months from voters going to the polls, election season is officially underway in Cameron. Filing for the three seats on the Cameron City Council began earlier this week, which prompted Cameron City Councilman Alex Williams to encourage potential candidates to file and serve their community...
Class of 2022 Cameron High School graduate Cordell Fish punts the ball during a 2021 games against Lincoln Prep.
Class of 2022 Cameron High School graduate Cordell Fish will take his talents from the gridiron to the squared-circle December 15 for Tri States Wrestlings Rumble for Rescue Dogs. Working under the pseudonym Tony “Primetime” Ramos, Fish will make his professional wrestling debut next Friday in...

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