The Missouri Department of Conservation announced last week that Viva Cuba will be receiving another $10,000 TRIM grant for its continuing project to replace dying trees along Highway 19. Work is expected to be completed later this fall.
• Addition will cost nearly $250,000
During the Cuba City Council meeting on October 11, it was announced the Parks and Recreation Committee had met and recommended the city move forward with plans for a new splash park.
Cuba High School will celebrate its annual homecoming when the varsity football Wildcats host Father Tolton on Friday night. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. and the coronation is scheduled to begin at 6:15 p.m.
For the second week in a row, the total number of people at the Cuba School District who are quarantined due to the coronavirus declined as of Friday, October 9, but the number of staff members who are now off campus took a dramatic increase.
A Cuba man stands charged with several felonies for invasion of privacy and drug possession after an investigation conducted by Cuba police in September.