In what will be a trial for a full return to school in late August, the Cuba School District will be opening its summer school on Monday, July 13. The program, which runs through August 12, will follow extensive safety guidelines in hopes of keeping students and staff members safe from the coronavirus.
Cuba High School is moving ahead with plans to hold graduation for the Class of 2020 on July 25, but prom has officially been canceled. Officials had hoped to make graduation a two-day celebration with prom planned for Friday, July 24.
Missouri State Parks invites the public to begin their archer journey by attending a hands-on instruction at Graham Cave and Knob Noster state parks. This program is for those who want to take a step back in time to learn new skills with joint instruction on the basics of archery and atlatl throwing. The program is free and available to ages 10 and up.
Crawford County Sheriff Darin Layman reported to commissioners on how his department is addressing a couple of local summer-related issues recently.
The Crawford County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) participated in a statewide youth alcohol enforcement campaign conducted from June 4 to 15 in an effort to combat the issue of impaired driving in the local community.
Both the collector and assessor of Crawford County were at the commission meeting on July 7 to provide an update to information on tax sale issues presented by Collector Pat Schwent the previous week. Assessor Kellie Vestal was able to provide some explanation on where the confusion lies, but some further research may still need to be done to clear the issues.