Village resident Connie Spicer receives the first round of COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday morning.
Residents and employees of The Village received their first round of COVID-19 vaccinations as part of a national program focused on immunizing America’s most vulnerable.
From left, Jim McKinley Barbara Caldwell, Neva Woody, Marvin Gordon and Wayne Pierson pose for a photo with Wood's $57,000 check.
Boot Hill Shooting Grounds Owner Neva Woody donated $57,000 to the Cameron Veterans Assistance League, eclipsing her 2019 contribution and totaling more than $100,000 in contributions in the past two years.
More than 30 families across the Cameron area will have presents under their trees thanks to the efforts of the Cameron Police Department.
Following Tuesday night’s 51-46 comeback victory over Lawson, the Cameron High School Dragon Basketball Team achieved its first three-game win streak since 2018.
Cameron City Councilwoman Darlene Breckenridge reads to area kids during Christmas in Cameron early this month.
Two seats on the Cameron City Council will be up for grabs this spring. Starting this Tuesday, candidates can begin filing for two city council seats currently occupied by Darlene Breckenridge and Becky Curtis.
Clinton County surpassed its 1,000th confirmed case of COVID-19, but with vaccine distribution just around the corner Blair Shock - Clinton County Health Department administrator - believes the pandemic may soon come to an end.
Village resident Connie Spicer receives the first round of COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday morning.
From left, Jim McKinley Barbara Caldwell, Neva Woody, Marvin Gordon and Wayne Pierson pose for a photo with Wood's $57,000 check.
Cameron City Councilwoman Darlene Breckenridge reads to area kids during Christmas in Cameron early this month.
Village resident Connie Spicer receives the first round of COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday morning.
Residents and employees of The Village received their first round of COVID-19 vaccinations as part of a national program focused on immunizing America’s most vulnerable. For brothers Jason Wilkinson and Chris Wilkinson, who own The Village and constructed much of the complex alongside their father...
The Cameron Police Department is investigating a break-in at the Cameron Food Pantry and Clothes Closet.  Gwen Forsythe, a volunteer for the Cameron Food Pantry and Clothes Closet, said sometime Thursday evening assailants broke in through the back door - taking money, jewelry and various other...
For Cameron High School Band Co-Directors Clint Kubala and Jacob Jennings, last Thursday’s Winter Concert seemed more of a months-long journey than a music performance. With the COVID-19 pandemic in its final flails, Kubala, Jennings and various other CHS officials, students and parents navigated a...
From left, Jim McKinley Barbara Caldwell, Neva Woody, Marvin Gordon and Wayne Pierson pose for a photo with Wood's $57,000 check.
Boot Hill Shooting Grounds Owner Neva Woody donated $57,000 to the Cameron Veterans Assistance League, eclipsing her 2019 contribution and totaling more than $100,000 in contributions in the past two years. Woody said record turnout to her multiple Shoot Like A Girl competitions resulted in the...

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