Cuba News

Vaccine could be available to educators as early as February

    The Cuba School Board met on December 22 and board members learned that educators and child care workers would be in the next group to be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination. Cheri Schuette, who is on the Missouri School Board Association committee, told the board that the association would be releasing guidelines for the vaccine in the near future as more information became available.

New Year’s power outage hit Cuba - UPDATED

    City officials feared the New Year’s Day power outage that hit a large portion of Cuba might last through Wednesday, but some hard work on the phone paid off Saturday when a replacement transformer was found, which allowed city electric workers to fix the outage early Sunday morning.

Towne Pharmacy offering COVID-19 testing

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues worldwide, Towne Pharmacy is now offering Covid-19 Antigen Rapid Tests to the public. The rapid test gives results in 10 minutes making the test ideal for both employers and their staff so they know if they can go back to work or not.

COVID-19 dominates 2020 local news

    The spread of COVID-19 dominated local, state, national, and world news in 2020 and it appears it will continue to be the top news story well into 2021. The coronavirus started off with a whimper locally in March, but the year ended with Crawford County having the worst infection rate in the state.