The owner of a Cuba antique mall has asked the city council for help with parking and other related traffic issues on Rocky Creek Road, which intersects with Highway DD and extends past two businesses on the street.
A citizen came forward at the November 5 Cuba City Council meeting to lodge a new complaint about Cuba Animal Control and the department’s handling of a loose animal taken into the shelter.
Today, Governor Mike Parson released the following statement regarding the observance of Veterans Day:
“This Veterans Day weekend, let us take the time to honor the service, sacrifice, and courage of our veterans. America owes a debt of gratitude to all service members, and while we can never repay the sacrifices they have made, we can honor them by continuing to recognize their service and commitment to our country,” Governor Parson said.
Two area veterans took an Honor Flight to Washington D.C. on September 28, spending a busy day visiting important sites along the way. U.S. Navy veteran Stanley Mitchell and U.S. Army veteran Paul Moody were able to take the trip, thanks to the St. James High School Student Council and the Pacific VFW.
Cuba has a new sweet spot! The Sugar Shack, owned by Justin and Megan Leathers, opened recently with all kinds of sugary goodies to satisfy your sweet tooth.
In celebration of Veterans Day, WGU Missouri is offering $75,000 in scholarships to veterans, active-duty military, reservists and military families who are interested in furthering their education.