Expert warns school board of buildings' weaknesses during high winds
An expert in the area of extreme wind storms has evaluated the safety of Cuba R-2 District’s buildings and reported his findings to the board of education. The report, while not coming as a great surprise, isn’t very good.
Chief says cat problem isn't an easy fix
Although city leaders concede there is a need to address the number of unwanted cats in Cuba, a meeting of the Police Committee on the topic has yielded little in the way of actual solutions.
Candidates seeking office in the citywide election next April may begin filing their official election paperwork for it this month. Candidacy filing begins on Tuesday, December 17 and ends on Tuesday, January 21. There are seats becoming open next spring on city councils, school boards, and ambulance districts.
Three arrested for carjacking man
Three people have been charged with robbery, armed criminal action, and stealing after they took advantage of a Good Samaritan and stole his vehicle.
The void in Cuba that has existed since the closure of the Schmidt-Hardy Chevrolet business is about to be filled. Liquidatornation.com has leased the old Chevy dealership at 510 Grove Street to serve both as warehousing for its merchandise and a storefront where items can be sold to the public. The business is holding a grand opening weekend event Nov. 29 through Dec. 1.
Parent wants to see smoking banned on campus
Tobacco products are not permitted at school functions, except in designated smoking areas. But one parent would like to see the school board do away with those areas and eliminate smoking on the campus altogether.