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Cameron Ambulance and CHS Cheerleaders wowed the crowd at Friday night’s opening game against Northeast. The group demonstrated "Hands Only" CPR in a choreographed two-minute routine to the tune of “Stayin’ Alive” by the Bee Gees. According to Nathan Jones, inspiration for Friday night’s...
  The Village held their Annual Holiday Dinner for residents on Saturday, December 8. Roughly 300 guests attended the dinner to celebrate the season with their friends and loved ones. The Village provided a hearty meal of ham, turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, turkey and noodles, green beans,...
Interim City Manager, Zac Johnson, announced during the City Council Meeting on August 20, 2018 that water from the pool will be given away to the public in a effort to conserve water during the Emergency Alert Water Phase. There is about 925 gallons of water parked on a trailer in the pool parking...
 A Water Shortage Emergency was declared at the August 13, 2018 Council Meeting. Please see below for details of the current water restrictions. ~sjbThe Emergency Phase is enacted when the City’s raw water supply falls below 40% of capacity. In this Phase, the City shall continue the water...
The Cameron School Board met in regular session on Monday June 18. Assistant Superintendent Chris Shanks spoke to the School Board about changes coming from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). Shanks said one of the changes he believes will affect the district a lot is...
The Cameron Municipal Band sends a musical love letter to our great country this week, on Thursay June 28, in preparation for Independence Day. Student narrators will share quotes from many of America’s great and inspirational leaders, adding an appropriate historical perspective. Audience-favorite...
Dr. Carr cutting the ribbon at the grand opening of the Dog Park, located next to Beaver Park.
On Saturday June 23 the Cameron Dog Park at Beaver Park had the official grand opening and ribbon cutting. During the event, there were hot dogs, chips, drinks, and plenty of events for the kids – including face painting, a bean bag toss with prizes, and a photo booth. There were activities for the...
The Rose Lowenstein Foundation held its Inaugural Brewery/Winery tour on Saturday, December 15th. Several fun seekers took a Luxury bus from the Cameron Elks Lodge and travelled to River Bluff Brewery, Windy Wine Company, Grindstone Valley Winery and followed up with dinner at Robyn's in Cameron....
Cameron - Wanda Gay Hudson, 76, Sheridan, Wyo. passed away on June 19, 2018 at her daughter’s home in Cameron. Wanda was born on September 29, 1941 in Henrietta to Noel Eugene and Olive (McKissack) Teegarden. She was preceded in death by her parents; son, Robert Parker; brother, Gene Teegarden;...
  Supporting the business community is the main goal of the Cameron Area Chamber of Commerce, offering many business resources to new and existing members of the business community. Networking and referrals help to open new doors for business owners and help build the community.  "Building the...

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