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  Lady Yoe head coach Corey Cunningham and his team have had to deal with plenty of adversity up to this point in the season.  It’s one thing to play in arguably the toughest district in the region - with three teams in the latest rankings - but Cameron has had to deal with injuries to... + continue reading
  The Yoe powerlifting teams competed in the Academy meet this past Saturday.  A total of 10 boys and three girls represented Cameron in the meet.   Dortavious Lewis highlighted the Yoemen performances for the second straight week, finishing second in the 275-pound weight... + continue reading
Thursday, January 19, 2017
This past weekend, released their fourth annual preseason baseball magazine.  The publication, which is similar to a Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine for football, features stories, rankings, top players, and predictions for every district across the state.... + continue reading
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Last year, the Yoe High cheerleaders competed in the first-ever UIL state cheer competition.  With a year of experience and a full understanding of what judges were looking for, Cameron went into the competition with the goal of making the finals performance while improving on their 35th place... + continue reading

Joe Oliver with his 1981 state championship ring.  

Thursday, January 19, 2017
Dozens of community members and parents filed into the Yoe High cafeteria last Wednesday to spend a few moments with the next leader of Yoe High School - Joe Oliver.    Cameron ISD hired Oliver on Monday during a regularly scheduled school board meeting.  He replaces Kenneth... + continue reading

The intersections highlighted above will have a new stop or yeild sign placed at them.

Thursday, January 19, 2017
By Lindsey Vaculin General Manager    Cameron residents may want to slow down when driving through the city’s neighborhoods in the future. The Cameron City Council passed a Street Sign resolution during its meeting Jan. 17 that will place additional stop signs and yield signs... + continue reading
Thursday, January 12, 2017
By Lindsey Vaculin General Manager   The Texas Education Agency released their work-in-progress school accountability ratings under the new A-F system on Friday and Cameron ISD’s ratings didn’t look so good. Cameron ISD Superintendent Allan Sapp said these scores are not indicative... + continue reading

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By Lindsey Vaculin General Manager   The Cameron Independent School District Board of Trustees approved the 2015-16 financial audit and heard a report about YHS fall benchmarks during its meeting Dec. 12. “I’m glad to report good news,” Steve Niemeier with Brockway, Gersbach,... + continue reading
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Cameron ushered in the holiday season Saturday night at the Cameron Chamber of Commerce’s annual Christmas Parade. The theme for the night was “The Polar Express. + continue reading
The Christmas season will kick off in Cameron this week with several events throughout the weekend. The Cameron Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Christmas Parade is set for Saturday, Dec. 10. The deadline to participate is Friday at 4 p.m. Line-up will be at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday at Orchard... + continue reading




By David Barkemeyer Milam County Judge   Once in a while something happens that really makes it all worthwhile, makes you glad just to be able to say I knew those guys, was able to... + continue reading


                  Cameron Yoe (11-2) Vs. Malakoff (13-0) It was the matchup that seemed to be the most favorable before the... + continue reading

Savannah Kruse (left) and Daiya Braziel anticipate a block in Tuesday’s action from Yoe Gym.  

(Photo and story by Josh Pratt, Herald Sports)

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Yoe football players beginning two-a-day workouts on Monday from Yoe Field.

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