Cuba News

Council moves forward with $250,000 sewer project

    Cuba will soon begin work on a $250,000 sewer project after the city council accepted a recommendation from its engineering firm on December 14.

Cuba schools had no local threats on Friday

    School districts across the nation were on high alerts, with some even going into all-day lockdown last Friday, December 17, due to a viral social media threat of school shooting and bombing attacks. Despite no specific threat, extra law enforcement was on hand at the Cuba School District.

Food Pantry road closure back before council

    What has turned into a continuing discussion on whether to allow the Cuba Food Pantry to close a city street was back before the Cuba City Council during its lone December meeting on the 14th. No action was taken as the mayor urged the parties involved to meet with city employees to hash out a solution.

All Aboard Learning Center receives $30,000 grant from CFO

    All Aboard Learning Center in Cuba has received a $30,000 grant from the Community Foundation of the Ozarks (CFO) through the Ozarks Early Childhood Support Grant Program. The grant will support current staff and help fill vacancies at the center in Cuba.

Cuba man fights cops, assaults woman

    The man who allegedly fought with a state trooper and Cuba officer one month and reportedly punched and choked a woman the next faces felony charges for the crimes, but is not in jail.