Cuba News

Cuba School Board okays plan to help fill coaching vacancies

            During its December meeting, the Cuba Board of Education approved a proposal that could help the district fill some of its current and future coaching vacancies. Under the plan, coaches that do not work for the district could be hired.

Cuba girl wins horse essay contest

           A Cuba girl has been named by the American Morgan Horse Association as the winner of its essay contest, “Why I am thankful for my Morgan horse,” that was held in November.

Move to four-day week tops Cuba’s 2022 news

                  There were a number of big news items in Cuba during 2022, from changes in the school administration, key city employees leaving, lawsuits being settled, and more, but none will have the long-lasting impact that came with a decision by the Cuba School Board made to move the district to a four-day school week starting with the 2022-3 school year. Here’s a look back at how that decision was made and some of the other big news of the year.

Cuba Police take kids shopping for Christmas

While a few other officers were shopping with children, these members of the Cuba Police Department gathered for a group photo during Saturday’s Shop with a Cop event at the Cuba Walmart.

April election filing will end on Tuesday

            Filing for a wide range of area elected positions to be decided in the April election will close on December 27.
            The Cuba School Board positions will be for three-year terms. Those positions are currently filled by Jennifer Moreland, Cheri Schuette, and Dr. Sean Siebert, who have all filed for reelection. Jamie King and Luke Eikermann have also filed.