Cuba News

Council gets update on waterline projects

    During its meeting on November 16, the Cuba City Council received an update on a hydraulic study that has led to the planning of three major water line updates throughout town. Plans are moving forward with the first phase of the work, while two other smaller projects are yet to be scheduled.

Council puts street closure for Food Pantry on hold

    During its second meeting in September, the Cuba City Council approved a request from the Cuba Food Pantry to close Filmore Street one morning a month in order to unload a truck and serve clients better. During its second meeting in November, the council took back that approval.

History continues to come alive at Cuba museum

By Lori Malcolm
    The Crawford County Historical Society Museum continues to preserve the history of the area with a unique approach that connects family, traditions, and heirlooms. The museum is filled with thoughtful displays of artifacts, letters, and photographs that give visitors a glimpse into the past.

CHS student honored for saving friend’s life

    Cuba High School student Jaden Huggins still isn’t sure what happened when he wrecked his truck back in April. One thing he is sure about, however, is that if his friend and classmate Trenton Martin hadn’t acted quickly, things might have been much worse.

Recklein District will light up on November 24

    At dark on November 24, watch the Recklein Commons on Smith Street come alive with holiday spirit as the city of Cuba kicks off the Christmas season. Beautiful light displays will highlight some of our treasured hometown buildings and roadways.