If you’ve noticed an increase in bicycle-related events lately, it may be because May is recognized as “Bike Month” – and some cities even observe a specific Bike Week.
Monday night’s Cameron School Board meeting was standing room only with dozens of parents requesting the district construct a new performing arts center.
Our historic stories are often not as heart warming as we like, but they are still our stories. One such story comes from August 1934 and a place called Death Curve.
At approximately 7 a.m. on May 31, 2019, Troop H Communications received a call of shots fired from a red passenger car 
Jacob is a 5-year-old Boston Terrier Mix. Weighing in at 47 pounds, Jacob is big for his breed. He has been in the Puppies for Parole program and not only does he have great manners, but knows all his basic skills such as sit, stay, down, and come
Cameron resident Joe Kalenowsky enlisted in the United States Air Force in December of 1951. He took basic training in San Antonio, Texas. Following basic, Joe was sent to Jet Mechanic School at Amarillo, Texas, (now deactivated) for six months.
The word Chautauqua has been a part of my vocabulary since I can’t even remember. Being from the area I’ve just always heard it and knew somehow it was a part of local history. I have to admit the spelling has always confused me and until lately I would be just as likely to misspell it as to get it...
Lewis and Clark saw them at the mouth of the Kansas River near present day Kansas City. Audubon observed and shot them along the Ohio River in the early 1800’s. Of all the species that the 19th century ornithologist shot, studied and painted, the Carolina Parrakeet was the only one he worried about...
If you’ve noticed an increase in bicycle-related events lately, it may be because May is recognized as “Bike Month” – and some cities even observe a specific Bike Week. Of course, bicycling is good exercise and an environmentally friendly method of transportation, but it can also teach us some...
Cameron resident Vern Boswell joined the U.S. Air Force while still in High School. After graduation, Vern was assigned to Amarillo for Basic Training in June of 1966. Ordinarily he would have gone to Lackland AFB, but they were experiencing an encephalitis outbreak at the time. Arriving in...

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