Cuba, MO Animal Control recently received a dog that had been seriously neglected, but after some hard work and a little TLC, the pup has now found a forever home.
Many people have asked when Carli Nesheim, of Cuba, finds the time to eat, let alone attend classes at East Central College.
“I eat in my car on my way to class or on my way back to work from class. I have just enough time to drive to ECC, go to class and drive back to work on my lunch break, so I make it work!” explained Nesheim.
The 27th annual MVP (Most Valuable Person) breakfast was held last week at the Cuba High School. Teachers nominate a student that has brightened their day, adds spice to the classroom, has the highest average in class or is a tremendous example for others.
Missouri University of Science and Technology’s Combat Robotics Design Team recently earned second place at BotsKC, an industry-driven robotic fighting competition that was held in late April in Pleasant Valley, Missouri. Dylan Horne, a senior in mechanical engineering from Cuba is on the team.
The Cuba Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards banquet at Recklein Auditorium Friday and Randy Mace and Missy Mullally were among those honored as they were named man and woman of the year.