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John and Sylvia (Jansen) Whaley were married in Kansas City on April 20 in 1958. Sylvia retired from 1st Cameron State Bank and John retired from Hallmark Cards. They have two daughters, Debbie Bernal and Karen (Don) Feighert. Their grandchildren and great-grandchildren are Shayna, Tyler and Shayla...
Clemons, seated in the middle, is pictured with Clinco administration and employees.
Evelyn Clemons ended her journey at Clinco Sheltered Industries on Thursday, March 29 after 32 years. Clemons celebrated her 70th birthday on March 30. Although Clemons said she absolutely loves her job and her favorite thing is the people at Clinco, she said it is time for her to move on to...
On Monday April 2, the day before the election, the Cameron City Council met in regular session at Cameron City Hall. During the first public participation portion of the meeting, Stephanie Williams of North Central Missouri Business Facilitation (NCMBF) was before the Council to give the quarterly...
Tom Switlik and wife Zeta with their children.
On St. Patrick’s Day evening, the Pony Express Council held their Annual Council Recognition Dinner at Grace Evangelical Church in St. Joseph. During the program after the dinner, the Silver Beaver award was presented to four Scouting volunteers in the Council. According to the Pony Express Council...
On Tuesday April 3, voters in the city of Cameron and the Cameron School District will have the opportunity to go to the polls and vote for candidates for City Council and School Board. There are two positions open on each. For the City Council: Current Mayor Darlene Breckenridge, current City...
Justyce Moore, winner of the girls bike with Jessica Moore.
The weather was a little chilly and damp Saturday morning for the Jaycees annual Easter Egg hunt in McCorkle Park, but that didn’t seem to slow down the children who showed up to hunt eggs. When the hunt started, the children went right for the eggs, amidst laughter and smiles from parents and...
During the School Board meeting on Monday March 19 Dr. Douglas Wyckoff was presented with a plaque for his years of service on the Cameron School Board.
The Cameron School Board met in regular session on Monday March 19 at the administration building. Each department submits an overall report to the board before the meeting highlighting what is going on in their department. In Assistant Superintendent Chris Shanks report to the board, he offered an...
Alex Jager asks Cameron Post Office patrons to sign the petition.
A group of petitioners are traveling across Missouri collecting signatures to place medical marijuana on the November ballot. However, legalizing medical marijuana is not the main goal of this petition. Milton Edwards, Regional Campaign Coordinator for E-Management out of Michigan, is responsible...
8th Grade English Teacher, Jennifer Reents-Dickkut, Cole Henderson, Mallery Davis and JoEllen Pratt, Cameron Optimist Club President
The Optimist Club of Cameron hosts an Annual Essay Contest open to students under the age of 18 on a topic chosen by Optimist International.  The 8th grade English class at CVMS, taught by Jennifer Reents-Dickkut, submitted essays on this year’s topic of “Can Society Function without Respect”.  The...
During the Monday, March 19 City Council meeting public participation, Larry Griffey, organizer of the Crossroads of America Car Show stepped before the Council and began with a report on the $5,500 the city provided to assist with the car show. Griffey explained to the Council that a special bank...

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