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With three sellout nights of the Cameron High School Drama Department’s fall production of “Frozen Jr.” the Cameron community seemed to warmly welcome the first major production inside the $8.7 million CHS Performing Arts Center.  The fall production wrapped up early Sunday evening, but members of...
Cameron HIgh School senior Libby Cruickshank sings during rehearsal for the CHS Drama Department’s fall production of “Frozen.”
Although the $8.7 million Cameron High School Performing Arts Center hosted a handful of events, the November 17 debut of “Frozen” will be the facility’s first public showcase of its true potential.  With opening night less than 10 days away, and dress rehearsals well underway, CHS Drama Department...
Residents of the Cameron Missouri Veterans Home use the recently installed magic table during an activity.
The Cameron Veterans Home recently received an amazing piece of technology for the recreational therapy of its veterans. The technology, referred to as the “Magic Table” represents a collaborative effort between the Cameron Veterans Assistance League and Sheila Mefford, Recreation/Music Therapist...
Shown here is a historic structure the Old School of Cameron Historic Preservation Society hopes to save.
After postponing an update to the Cameron City Council for months due to a shakeup of the Old School of Cameron Historical Preservation Board, OSCHPB President Allen Reed provided provided regarding plans to save a building on Third Street that dates back to Cameron’s founding. During Monday’s...
Scan the QR code for Cameron City Manager Steve Rasmussen’s update regarding Griffin Road construction.
Despite missing the October deadline, and racing to pave Griffin Road before winter weather makes laying asphalt impossible, Cameron city leaders did have an optimistic viewpoint regarding progress of the $750,000 project. During Monday’s Cameron City Council meeting, Cameron Streets Director Tad...
Dawson Loomis grabs candy during the Old School of Cameron Trunk or Treat.
Dozens of area organizations came together to make sure Cameron kids had a bountiful Halloween despite temperatures dipping to below freezing Tuesday night. Throughout the Nation’s Crossroads multiple venues provided indoor and outdoor trick or treating events.  “We really didn’t know how to plan,...
Shown here is the Cameron Dollar General, where a Bethany man allegedly attempted to scam out of $100 with fake $20 bills.
A Bethany man faces a felony forgery charge after attempting to use more than $100 in counterfeit money at the Cameron Dollar General.  Christian Crossley, 39, allegedly attempted to exchange five phony $20 dollar bills in order to place $100 in credit on his CashApp account last Tuesday, prompting...
Shown here is a photo of the Griffin Road paving project in progress.
Griffin Road remains unpaved despite multiple assurances from city officials the project would wrap up at the end of October.  Already mired in multiple delays due to relocating utility lines, a recent spate of cold weather further delayed the project with no set timeline on when the road will...
The CHS X-Treme Dance Team performs during halftime against Marshall.
Following last year’s rebranding from the Cameron High School Pom Squad to the CHS Xtreme Dance Team, Cameron dancers continue wowing crowds and preparing for the state competition this December. With a team loaded with experienced upperclassmen, and underclassmen with enough talent to make up for...

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