Cuba News

‘Small Town Big Deal’ highlighting Route 66 and Cuba

    Nationally syndicated TV show “Small Town Big Deal,” hosted by agricultural machinery industry leader Rodney Miller and former Entertainment Tonight correspondent Jann Carl, is rolling down Route 66 and right into Cuba Monday to showcase small town living.

Leathers elected Cuba’s new mayor

    Ray Mortimeyer was seeking his 10th term as mayor Cuba during the annual municipal election, which was held Tuesday after being delayed in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Voters didn’t give it to him, however, as they instead elected Ward 2 Alderman Cody Leathers as Cuba’s newest mayor.

Earnhart gives budget updates to school board

    Cuba School District Superintendent Jon Earnhart told board members during their May 21 virtual meeting on Zoom to be prepared to spend money out of the district’s reserve funds during the 2020-21 school year due to an expected decrease in state and local revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Employee suing city of Cuba for age discrimination - UPDATED

    A lawsuit was filed against the city of Cuba in Crawford County Circuit Court last week by an employee who alleges he was passed over for promotion due to his age. He is demanding a jury trial and seeking actual damages, including back pay, and unspecified punitive damages.