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$100,000 scratchers win comes at ‘right time’ in Cuba

A Cuba family is thankful for a well-timed $100,000 Scratchers win. Lisa Tindall uncovered the top prize on a Missouri Lottery “Power 5s” ticket her husband  brought home.

Current mayor, alderman facing off in June election

    Cuba could have a new mayor after the June 2 election, which was originally scheduled for April before being rescheduled due to the ongoing pandemic. Current Ward 2 Alderman Cody Leathers is running against incumbent Mayor Ray Mortimeyer.

Bourbon school district has single race for one-year term

    Five people are running for four spots on the Bourbon School Board that will be decided during the June 2 election, which was originally scheduled for April before being rescheduled due to the ongoing pandemic. Voters will get to cast their ballots in two different races.

Seven running for three spots on school board

    Seven candidates are running for three seats on the St. James Board of Education in the June 2 election, which was originally set for April before being postponed due to the ongoing pandemic. The top three vote getters will serve three-year terms on the board.

Spring, summer rains can mean flooding in MO

First in a three-part series
    Already this year, some areas of Missouri have seen some significant flooding. Missouri home and landowners should get ready for the rainy season by making sure their flood insurance is up-to-date and in force.