Last updateWed, 26 Nov 2014 9am
A woman was arrested by Cuba police for allegedly selling narcotics near the public school campus.
The St. James Lady Tigers will welcome nine basketball teams to town on Saturday as they play host to the 4th Annual Community Bank of St. James Girls Varsity Basketball Shootout. Action is scheduled to get under way at 11 a.m. at John F. Hodge High School.
• Faye Howard, Kenny Highley also honored
Three Crawford County residents—Lesa Mizell, Faye Howard and Kenny Highley, all of Cuba—were honored for their volunteer services during Meramec Regional Planning Commission’s (MRPC) 2014 Annual Dinner on Nov. 13 at Camp Mihaska Conference and Resort Center near Bourbon. The organization also honored 10 additional volunteers, youth and service organiz...
• PWSD #4 customers may seek legal action in hopes of reducing fees, improving service
Residents of the Phelps Water Sewer District #4 (PWSD) met on Sunday to discuss the state of the district and options moving forward as residents face increasing rates. Organized by members of the district, Attorney Shane Grayson was on hand to discuss possible legal action open to the district.
Art Compton has been a figurehead for the local Wreaths Across America program for six years. He’s at it again this holiday season, looking to raise local cash donations so that a Christmas wreath may be placed upon every grave marker at the St. James Veterans Home cemetery.
Cowtown USA, in Cuba, recently sponsored world famous turkey hunter Ray Eye’s fall media turkey hunt on the Big Piney River in Texas County. Eye brought in outdoor writers and outdoor products representatives from to test products, turkey hunt, gather story material, produce radio shows and video for the outdoor media markets across the country.
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