Cameron High School graduate Paul Watson was drafted into the United States Army in 1969. He took Basic Training at Fort Campbell, KY, and advanced training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
By the time this goes to print, the calendar will have turned to October. The forecast  for later this week indicates morning temperatures should be in the 40*s. It’s time to head to the woods to experience the best days of the year.  
Quarterback Patrick Greer sprints for a big gain last Friday.
The Cameron Dragons aim to right their curren
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The Cameron Police Department assisted in the arrest of multiple men on the run for sex crime charges. 
Faith Eldredge serves brother Joseph during Saturday night’s annual Dream Catcher Dinner.
The annual Dream Catchers dinner and chili contest raised thousands Saturday night with Clinton County Commissioner Larry King lending a hand.
In its fourth year of operation the Cameron Arts Festival will make its fall debut Oct. 12, showcasing area artists in a variety of genres.
Quarterback Patrick Greer sprints for a big gain last Friday.
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Faith Eldredge serves brother Joseph during Saturday night’s annual Dream Catcher Dinner.
KEARNEY — Cameron Dragons and Lady Dragons continue outpacing the competition, placing multiple runners in the top 20 during Saturday’s Kearny Invitational.  The boys finished 10th overall while the girls, who did not have enough runners to constitute a team, but half of their squad finished in the...
The Cameron Lady Dragons will seek revenge for their senior-night loss 4:15 p.m. Wednesday at Heritage Field in St. Joseph when they face Lafayette in the first round of the district tournament.  Instead of taking second outright in the Midland Empire Conference, the loss to the Lafayette tied the...
After nearly besting the Midland Empire Conference’s top team St. Pius, the Cameron Lady Dragons maintained their momentum with a third-place finish at Saturday’s Benton High School Volleyball Tournament.  Reinvigorated following their near victory over St. Pius, the only team undefeated in MEC...
Despite taking a 35-21 loss Friday night, the Cameron Dragons seem reinvigorated after nearly knocking off the Lafayette Fighting Irish. Thanks in part to a three-touchdown performance by quarterback Ty Campbell, who return after a two-week absence due to a concussion, the Dragons nearly picked up...

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