Cuba News

Cuba alumni wins ADA Health Literacy Essay Contest

By Kimber Solana
    Caitlin Rosemann believes the way dentists communicate with their patients can be a determining factor for either poor or great oral health.
    “I’ve seen times where patients don’t make informed decisions for treatment plans just because they don’t fully understand what is being described to them,” said Ms. Rosemann, a second-year dental student at A.T. Still University – Missouri School of Dentistry and Oral Health.

Dance Team wraps up season with several wins

    The Cuba Wildcat Golden Line Dance Team performed at half-time for all girls and boys basketball home games, traveled to St. James to perform at the District tournament, and competed at four dance competitions this season.  

Cuba City Council Notes: March 19

The Cuba City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, March 19 at City Hall to discuss the following items of business:

• Mayor Ray Mortimeyer asked that the agenda be amended to include an executive session for real estate purposes, due to it being a time-sensitive matter. The council voted to approve the amended agenda.