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Council approves $6,000 bill for engineering work on Project Oak

The Cuba Board of Aldermen held a regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at Cuba City Hall. The following items of business were discussed at that time:

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Sewer rates set to rise in Cuba

Think utility costs are already too high? Think again. Sewer rates will rise for Cuba utility customers in 2014. 

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Enrollment open for new literacy program

The campaign to promote a new literacy program at Cuba R-2 Schools is officially under way. School officials have been distributing registration forms for the Imagination Library program, and all preschool age children who live within the district’s boundaries are encouraged to sign up to receive free books.

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Winter weather has forced changes to R-2 Schools calendar

The snow has continued to pile up this winter, and school days missed due to weather conditions have forced the administration at Cuba R-2 Schools to make changes to the calendar.

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Busted water valve causes big damage at Cuba Food Pantry

Freezing temperatures led to a broken water pipe at the Cuba Food Pantry last week, and the damages to the building and its contents were considerable. Food distribution was halted while volunteers spent the week cleaning up the mess and sorting through what goods could be salvaged.

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Superintendent gives school board update on new budget plans

School Superintendent Johnny Thompson gave the Cuba Board of Education an update on budget conditions last week as he prepares for the 2014-15 fiscal year that starts this summer.

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