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Code Officials, Building and Fire Inspector’s, stand behind the security, safety, and stability of every building you see. It is those officials that help our communities’ weather unforeseen disasters such as fire, severe weather, and earthquakes. It is the goal of code officials to ensure that our...
A new City Manager was named during the February 19 City Council session. So, who is Stephen Rasmussen? According to his bio, Rasmussen is a native of Cheyenne, Wyoming where he was born and raised. After graduating high school Rasmussen went to the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado. Upon...
Charles Albert Comstock grew up on the family farm near Deerfield. He graduated from high school in Fort Scott, Kansas. After graduation he worked at a gas station in Fort Scott along with working on the family farm.   He was inducted into the U.S. Army at Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis, then went...
City Awarded Grant to Address Longstanding Problem Tara Wallace   The City of Cameron was awarded a $299,120 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). The grant is to address a section of South Orange Street known to have problems with flooding. The project is not covered in the Storm Water Sales...
Local mother, Susan Welchel, is suing the Cameron R-1 School District for not only failing to protect her son, Lane Welchel, from bullying but for punishing him.  Lane was hospitalized for depression due to bullying last January and Susan went to the school asking for help. She was told, that in...
    Harold Allison was born near Weatherby but grew up in St. Joseph. He is now retired and lives in the Weatherby area. He just finished serving eight years as a DeKalb County Commissioner. Harold took Basic Training at Great Lakes Naval Station. Noting that December-January is not a great time to...
Pat O’Connor and his twin brother, Mike, entered the United States Navy in 1963. They left Kansas City by train, arriving in San Diego for Basic Training three days later. Following Basic, both Pat and his brother were sent to Memphis, Tennessee where they underwent training as Aviation Machinist...
Veteran’s Voice: John J. Clevenger  Mike Hanrahan   John J. Clevenger, of Excelsior Springs, was drafted into the U.S. Army in January of 1968. Following Basic Training at Missouri’s Fort Leonard Wood, Clevenger was transferred to Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas where he was trained as a...
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Lauren Peck, daughter of Russ and Jackie Peck and a senior at Cameron High School, performed this past weekend with the 2019 Missouri All-State Band. The rehearsals and performance took place in conjunction with the annual conference and clinic of the Missouri Music Educators Association, held at...
The Cameron Public Library and the Cameron YMCA found a way for children to keep warm and stay active on Monday, January 28. Approximately 20 children of varying ages hailed the call to a Nerf™ War. After a quick recap of the rules and regulations for fair play the teams started with a round of 3-...

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