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Two St. James students attend Boys State

Wyatt Cutsinger and Thomas Countryman attended Missouri Boys State June 15-22 at University Central Missouri. The purpose of Missouri Boys state is to engage young men in the process of democracy. The boys run for office, elect “city” and “county” officials and even develop businesses.

Methodist Church holding free dinners, activities

    The Cuba United Methodist Church is offering free dinners every Monday from July 1 through August 5 from 6-8 p.m.  
    All are welcome to come for homemade dinner each Monday.  After dinner, families are encouraged to stay for a special reading and activity time.

Woman charged with assault, property damage for ramming truck

    A Cuba woman stands charged with two felony counts of assault and one of property damage after allegedly hitting a truck with her car and threatening the driver with a taser. Kelsey Lynn Winklemann, 20, faces the charges as a result of an incident that took place on July 6 at Indian Hills Lake.

Sex offender charged with non-compliance

    A Steelville sex offender has been charged with two felonies connected to failure to comply with regulations related to her crime. Tonya Lee Mason, 49, faces charges for failing to register a change of residence, and for loitering within 500 feet of a public park or swimming pool.