When you get a random phone call from someone you don’t know, talking about something you know nothing about and asking for your personal information, it’s almost sure to be a scam. Henry and Patsy Copling found out the hard way.
Cuba is getting new pavement work on Old Route 66 all the way through town. With the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) making road repairs to sections of the old highway both east and west of the city limits this summer, as well as a portion of the byway inside the city limits that is state-maintained, city leaders decided to go ahead and pave their section to keep the entire roadway improved for vehicle traffic.
Crawford County and Cuba, Missouri have been blessed with the benevolence of people who have accomplished much and wish to give back to their community. One of these people was William Recklein. The story that follows tells some of his story and legacy in Cuba.
The city of Cuba will host its annual Fall Cleanup event through Friday, September 27 at the Cuba Animal Control shelter parking lot in the South Industrial Park. The city is providing a large roll-off dumpster for citizens living inside the city limits to use for dumping their unwanted household items.
An “Opioids and the Workforce” conference will be held in September by the Your Community Cares Rural Health Coalition. The conference is scheduled for September 24 in Cuba, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.