It is now officially illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to be in possession of tobacco and vape products in the city of Cuba. The change was approved by the council during its October 18 meeting and brings the city into compliance with state law.
Those who took the trolley for the Kinder Cemetery tour on Sunday got to learn about several historic Cuba area residents—Jim and Betty Bottomley, J.F. Corman, Mary Elders, Percy Pascoe, and Henry Hayes.
The Cuba School District, along with most others in the state, will soon have to adopt new library policies in response to new state requirements. The Cuba School Board was scheduled to hear an update on the issue when it meets on Wednesday.
The weather couldn’t have been any better Saturday and Sunday, which brought big crowds out to the 60th Annual Cuba Fest in the Recklein Historical District both days. The event included a car show, lots of great food, entertainment, and more.
The Cuba School Board is scheduled to meet in regular session on Wednesday and the biggest item on its agenda is consideration of a four-day week beginning with the 2023-24 school year. A recommended motion to approve the change was included in the agenda.