Over 500 riders from over 30 states will ride five days in a nearly 300-mile loop on Missouri Life’s fifth annual Big BAM (Bicycle Across Missouri). It will begin in Columbia, Missouri on June 9 and end on June 14 in Columbia.
Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway today released an audit detailing uncertainty and confusion related to the state's individual income tax withholding tables. The report found that changes made to withholdings in January 2019 were done unlawfully and will result in over-withholding for the majority of individual Missouri taxpayers.
The Cuba City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, March 19 at City Hall to discuss the following items of business:
• Mayor Ray Mortimeyer asked that the agenda be amended to include an executive session for real estate purposes, due to it being a time-sensitive matter. The council voted to approve the amended agenda.
A Steelville man was killed last week in a dump truck accident. James D. Whitman, 56, was pronounced deceased at the scene on March 22.
The Cuba Fire Department was the first on scene and the department in command at a residential structure fire that took place on Friday night. No one was at home at the time of the blaze, and there were no injuries reported other than one man who was treated for smoke inhalation.
Dairy Isle & Grill is the 2018 Business of the Year for the Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce. The iconic Main Street business has been around for many years, but it was revitalized after its purchase by David and Merrill Horner in 2012.