On Wednesday, Cuba Bakery and Deli announced via social media that it is temporarily closing due to a potential exposure to COVID-19. The business expects to reopen on August 11.
The Mitchell family finished strong in the National Reining Horse Association Derby presented by Markel Horse held the week of June 13-21. Amy Mitchell snagged a win in the second slate of Prime Time Rookie, while her son, Colt, won first place in Short Stirrup.
The Cuba School District has announced that a person who attending graduation on Saturday has tested positive for COVID-19. Superintendent Jon Earnhart released the following information today (July 29):
Ian Ives, who was seriously injured when he stepped on an improvised explosive device last year in Afghanistan, continues his recovery at his home in Seattle, Wash., and recently reached out to Three Rivers Publishing with a request that local residents show their support to the non-profit organizations that have supported him and his family.
During a meeting held on July 21, the Cuba City Council honored Sgt. Mark Friedmann, who was injured in the line of duty earlier this year. Mayor Cody Leathers and Police Chief Doug Shelton awarded Friedmann with a proclamation and the purple heart for his dedication to the protection of the community and his bravery in the line of duty.