Burglar arrested on field during district baseball game
Stahl charged with burglarizing home, damaging property, and resisting arrest
Fans of high school baseball sure got their money’s worth at this year’s district playoffs. Not only did the Cuba Wildcats win the district tournament for a fourth straight year, but the district semifinals played at Paul Bryan Field featured some unexpected between-innings entertainment when police chased a man onto the field and apprehended him in the outfield grass.
Cuba School Board approves bid for telephone upgrades
You should expect your phone calls to administrators or teachers at the Cuba School District to actually go through to them next year. The R-2 Board of Education approved a bid from Fidelity Communications last week to upgrade the telephone system on the district campus, which should significantly improve call service and performance.
Abolt named valedictorian, Camp salutatorian for 2014
Seniors took the next important step in their lives last weekend, as they graduated from high school and took their diplomas, completing their education at Cuba High School. Commencement was held at the Mike Voigt Gymnasium on Saturday to a standing-room-only audience.
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.