Three Rivers Publishing, Inc., parent company of the Cuba Free Press, Saint James Press, and Steelville Star-Crawford Mirror, has received word from Google that it has been approved to receive a $5,000 Journalism Emergency Relief Fund grant.
The Cuba Board of Alderman met in an open session on June 4 to reorganize the city council and approved several new ordinances. Newly elected Mayor Cody Leathers was sworn in, as was City Collector Kim Roedemeier, and aldermen Kevin Copling and Curtis Holt.
The city of Cuba is seeking business owners and people with tourism interests in Cuba and Crawford County to serve on the city’s Tourism Commission, which is funded by the city lodging and motel tax.
If you have been to Hayes Shoe Store in Cuba, you have undoubtedly noticed a pair of giant shoes that are on display. Now, you can get an idea of just how big the man was that filled those shoes.
In an email to members sent out Monday, the Cuba Chamber of Commerce announced its 2020-21 officers and board of directors. Election results would have been made public during the Chamber’s annual banquet, which had been scheduled for late April but was canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.