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Economic Development of Cameron Director Terry Rumery’s update to the Cameron City Council Monday seemed like a victory lap, until Cameron City Councilwoman Becky Curtis asked for his resignation.  Less than an hour removed from announcing a new hotel, furniture store and a variety of other...
Shown here is the property damage as a result of an alleged burglary Monday night.
A 15-year-old juvenile faces multiple charges after allegedly committing a pair of overnight burglaries resulting in property damage to the Cameron Public Library and R&R Pawn.  Due to the age of the alleged culprit, the Cameron Police Department did not release any details on exact charges but...
Cameron High School underclassmen raise their hands in response to a question if suicide impacted his or her life.
A Family, Career and Community Leaders of America project provided hundreds of Cameron High School students tools for preventing suicide in their community as part of a program by Moms Breaking the Silence.  Rachel Riddle and Gabbie McQueen, CHS student both impacted by suicide, said they wanted a...
Shown here is the recently opened $4.7 million Cameron Aquatic Center.
After a controversial opening season of the Cameron Aquatic Center, the management group overseeing the pool recently placed a bid more than doubling their original bid.  Last year, following a tumultuous opening season of the $4.7 million aquatic center, Cameron Parks Superintendent Steve Garr...
Cameron City Councilwoman Becky Curtis confronts Economic Development Director Terry Rumery regarding alleged divisive rhetoric during Tuesday's meeting.
Economic Development of Cameron Director Terry Rumery’s update to the Cameron City Council Monday seemed like a victory lap, until Cameron City Councilwoman Becky Curtis asked for his resignation.  Less than an hour removed from announcing a new hotel, furniture store and a variety of other...
City of Cameron crews begin soil testing at Griffin Road as part of the first phase of  a $2 million paving project.
Preparation for paving Griffin Road got underway Wednesday morning. City workers began soil testing along Griffin Road as part of the first phase of the $2 million project.  According to a press release by recently hired Cameron Public Works Director Eric Stevens, from Highway BB to Grand Avenue,...
Shown here is a home previously used as an Airbnb, prompting a complaint from neighbors to the Cameron Planning and Zoning Commission.
An issue circulating through the Cameron Planning and Zoning Commission will reach a conclusion Tuesday as the Cameron City Council votes whether to allow the operation of an Airbnb in a residential neighborhood. During Monday’s CPZC meeting, Commission President Mike O’Donnell said the council...
Shown here is a document from Monday’s Cameron Planning and Zoning Commission meeting regarding rezoning property for commercial manufacturing.
Preparation for paving Griffin Road got underway Wednesday morning. City workers began soil testing along Griffin Road as part of the first phase of the $2 million project.  According to a press release by recently hired Cameron Public Works Director Eric Stevens, from Highway BB to Grand Avenue,...
Shown here is a row of buildings the Cameron City Council hopes to save with the latest round of ARPA grants.
The Cameron City Council received some encouraging news regarding a $1.75 million grant proposal, with a majority of the fund going to save a downtown building dating back to Cameron’s founding.  During the first Cameron City Council meeting of 2023, Mo-Kan Community Development Specialist Houston...

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