One incumbent and two newcomers were elected to serve on the Cuba City Council for the next two years in Tuesday’s Municipal Election. Voters in Cuba also made permanent a half-cent sales tax that is used for citywide capital improvement projects.
The third Vintage Market (VM) is just around the corner. The VM is different in nearly all respects this year. It quickly outgrew its location of the past two years. The new location will be the Red Shed in Doolittle, MO on 169 Truman. As per request by patrons, the sale will be expanded to two days this year, trying to offer flexibility to shoppers. On Friday, April 5, hours will be from noon to 8 p.m. On Saturday, April 6, shoppers will have from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to peruse the wide selection of quality furniture, antiques, collectibles, artwork, upscale accessories, jewelry and plants. The event is sponsored by the Southern Cherokee Cultural Center (SCCC).
The Quillpushers, a writer’s consortium based in rural Missouri, will be at the St. James Memorial Library on Saturday April 6, 2019 from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Quillpushers are a group of seasoned professional writers spanning most genres including children’s literature, publishers, novelists, poets and screenwriters, most of whom make their living in the writing field. Some of us have worked in the field over 25 years.
Are you interested in the future of pork production, new technologies, or want to be a leader in the pork industry and are still in high school? Then the 2019 University of Missouri Pork Institute is your answer.
Paul E. Perkins, Chairman of the Board of First Community National Bank, is pleased to announce that Terry Baker has accepted the position of Board Director with FCNB.
On March 21 the Bourbon Senior Center celebrated monthly birthdays and anniversaries. There were no anniversaries, but Melba Sanders, George Littrell and Gary Railings celebrated their birthdays.