Cuba News

Cuba, Bourbon summer classes begin

    Nearly 750 students in Cuba and Bourbon are taking advantage of the districts’ summer school programs, which are now in full swing. While some are taking classes to catch up on subjects they fell behind on during the regular school year, many are there to enjoy some fun and unique learning opportunities.

Martin is appointed to board, committee

    The Cuba City Council met on Tuesday, June 1 where Mayor Cody Leathers made two appointed Alderwoman Debbie Martin to both the Tourism Board and the Planning and Zoning Committee.

Black bear sighted in Cuba, Steelville

    Some area residents got a bit of a thrill, or perhaps a scare, over the weekend when they spotted a black bear. The animal was first seen in Steelville and was later reported in Cuba and near Leasburg.

Veterans honored during Memorial Day service - PHOTO GALLERY

    Members of the Cuba American Legion, Disable American Veterans (DAV), and Veterans of Foreign Wars VFW, along with several area residents, gathered at Kinder Cemetery in Cuba at 10 a.m. Monday—Memorial Day—to remember those who died in service to the United States of America.