Senior Madelyn Mehl probably thought February 18 was just going to be another regular day of classes at Cuba High School, but she might have been curious why her parents insisted she wear her Central Methodist University (CMU) hoodie that morning. In the afternoon, she found out they had 100,000 reasons why.
A proposed bill that would give the city of Cuba the authority to issue search warrants to investigate nuisances on private property was discussed by the city council at its regular meeting on February 18. The council did not take action on the plan, but the mayor wants to move forward on approving it in March.
A steak night and auction will be held starting at 6 p.m. on Saturday, February 22 at the Cuba High School commons area.
The Cuba High School will host a community blood drive from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 5 at #1 Wildcat Pride Dr., inside Gymnasium.
To donate, please contact The Blood Center at 866-448-3253 or visit www.bloodcenter.org and use code 9048 to locate the drive.
Enrollment in the city of Cuba’s new mass notification system has been going well, Emergency Preparedness Director Rodney Neff told the city council on February 4. More than 750 people have already enrolled for the service.