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Work begins on new splash pad at city pool

    Capri Pools and Aquatics officially began work on a new splash pad at the Cuba Municipal Swimming Pool on Monday. The project will cost about $250,000 and will replace the kiddie pool with various water features on a textured, non-slip surface.

Deputy Coroner Bussell earns national certification

    Crawford County Deputy Coroner Nikki Bussell is passionate about her job and the service she provides to the community by doing it. “I love this job and honestly, I can’t see myself doing anything else,” she said. “It’s far more than swooping in and picking up a body. It is not an easy job. No two deaths are alike, they will never be alike.”

It’s still spring brush fire season

    Despite frequent rains over the past several weeks, local firefighters have been kept busy with numerous calls to contain brush fires. Area residents can expect the fire danger to continue for the several more weeks until things green up and the humidity increases into summer.

State vaccination teams surpass one-quarter million vaccines administered to Missourians 

State of Missouri vaccination teams supporting mass and targeted vaccination events across the state have now administered more than one-quarter million vaccines to Missourians. This total is in addition to vaccines administered by high throughput health centers, local public health agencies, federally qualified health centers, pharmacies, and other community enrolled providers.

Missouri S&T names Danny Tang new CIO

Danny Tang, senior director of research services at the University of Iowa, has been named chief information officer (CIO) at Missouri University of Science and Technology. Tang will join Missouri S&T on July 1.