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Cuba News

CDG says Project Oak still a go

Project Oak is still moving forward, even if it doesn’t look like. That’s how Mardy Leathers of the Cuba Development Group described its progress when the city council questioned last week why no construction has begun on it yet.

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City working around problem with new well

The city has decided upon a temporary fix to help eliminate problems with its newest water source.

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Bretz named Citizen of the Year by chamber

The local business community celebrated another successful year together at the 18th Annual Cuba Area Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet at Recklein Auditorium on Friday, May 2. Several awards were handed out that evening, with the highlight coming at the end of the night, when longtime chamber volunteer Norma Bretz received the Citizen of the Year Award.

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MS&T students present proposals for city improvements

Seating in the Country Kitchen restaurant’s conference room was hard to come by when engineering students from Missouri University of Science and Technology met with city officials and business leaders to discuss the improvement projects they’ve surveyed this spring. The recent meeting was the culmination of the students’ work, as they provided possible solutions for improving a number of city-related infrastructure troubles, from sidewalks in disrepair to renovations needed at Recklein Auditorium.

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Board member not sure about biometrics ID system at schools

Could a finger scan be the future of data tracking at Cuba R-2 Schools? Not until more information about what it fully means for students and parents, and some school board members may not favor the idea due to privacy concerns.

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