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Emmie is a two-year-old Brittany Great Pyrenees mix. She is new to the Puppies for Parole program and is working on her basic commands such as sit, stay, down and come. Emmie, who weighs about 55 pounds, is a sweet, happy girl that would make a great family dog. She is house trained and create...
Each spring comes in its own sweet time. Some years the ice is long gone by now and other winters like this one seem to last extra-long. Whichever way it happens, it always seems to come all at once it decides to warm up.  For spring fisherman, water temperatures are the key to the spring spawn and...
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. He can even sit pretty for a treat. If you are...
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. Amarillo was the first “all jet” mechanic training...
Cameron Rotary Club welcome Rotary District 6040 Global Grant Chair, Karyn Eppler, to Cameron recently.  Ms. Eppler shared details and the progress thus far of a grant for clean water in a community in Africa spearheaded by longtime Cameron resident and Rotarian, Jack Briggs. Through the Rotary...
Public Speaker, Radio and TV Show Host, and Farmer, Andrew McCrea, visited the Cameron Rotary Club recently.  Mr. McCrea, who farms in DeKalb County near King City, hosts the Radio program “The American Countryside” which is broadcast locally on 100.1 KKWK and 99.3 KMRN.  Mr. McCrea shared...
When I heard we lost our friend Ray Diven, my mind instantly recalled stories he had shared with me, like this one that fits our topic here. I can still hear Ray’s distinct voice saying “You know, that Rock Island Railroad didn’t always run along 69 highway like that.  It used to run on the east...
The Cameron Dragon Special Olympics team competed in a track meet on Saturday, April 6. They traveled to Savannah, Missouri and brought home some gold! Overall, the team brought home 16 gold and 1 silver medal along with 1 fourth place ribbon! The athletes were Katie O’Donnell, Greggory Fischer,...
Submitted   The Missouri Department of Conservation urges drivers to be cautious on the roads this spring and give turtles a brake. These reptiles are often hit by cars during the warmer months but are at special risk this time of year because they are more active. Common turtles spotted crossing...
Having just come through a long cold winter, we now can look forward to April. One of the best months of the year in Missouri. There are lots of “signs” that point to spring in the outdoors. Even on some of the recent frosty mornings, wild turkeys could be heard gobbling. Buzzards and Blue Herons...

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