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Cuba schools may build Early Childhood Special Educaion center

    The Cuba School Board is moving forward with a plan to return the Early Childhood Special Education program back onto school district grounds. Options on the table include purchasing a temporary, modular classroom to serve that purpose, building a permanent facility for long-term usage or constructing a larger building to house both the classroom space and a safe room area to serve the elementary school in times of storm emergencies.

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Charter presents plans for telecommunications bundling

A representative from Charter Communications met with the city council on Dec. 9 to discuss options for improving the city’s telecommunications and also cutting their monthly service costs.

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Filing open for citywide elections next April

As one election cycle concludes, it becomes time to prepare for the next. Filing for the April city elections opens on Tuesday, Dec. 16 and will continue through Tuesday, Jan. 20. Candidates wishing to sign up for local elections must do so at the appropriate offices during that open filing timeframe.

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'Nana' brings her home cooking to Cuba

Home cooking, friendly service, and plenty of smiles: That’s what the folks at Nana’s 12 hope to serve up for their customers every day.

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Christmas parade starts at 10 a.m. this Saturday

It’s Christmastime in Cuba again, and what better way to ring in the holidays than a Christmas parade? The Cuba Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade will take place this Saturday morning at 10 a.m. Be sure to get the kids up early to find a choice spot along the parade route.

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Early Childhood Special Ed could return to Cuba campus

With the okay of the Cuba School Board, Superintendent Johnny Thompson will look into the costs associated with returning the Early Childhood Special Education program back to the school district’s campus in Cuba.

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