Burglary and assault charges have been filed against a Cuba woman after she allegedly entered a residence without permission and got into a fight with a person inside.
As COVID-19 cases in Crawford County continue to climb, four notices of potential public exposures have been made in Cuba over the past week. Two of those came from the Cuba School District, while two others were made by local businesses. These came on top of other incidents reported by the Crawford County Health Department in both Cuba and Steelville.
The Crawford County agriculture community rallied around Jason Martin’s family once again at this year’s Youth in Ag show, which was held at the Interstate Regional Stockyard on July 19.
Cuba School District Superintendent Jon Earnhart has reported that a student at Cuba Elementary School attending summer school classes has tested positive for COVID-19.
On Wednesday, Cuba Bakery and Deli announced via social media that it is temporarily closing due to a potential exposure to COVID-19. The business expects to reopen on August 11.