Council may set Trick or Treat date

            At the request of a citizen, the Cuba City Council may establish an official trick or treating date for Halloween at the end of October. During its meeting last week, the council approved a motion to move ahead with an official Halloween resolution, heard a complaint from a resident about a derelict building, and approved a bid for some major pool work.

CHS students want cell phone policy changed

            After years of letting students carry their cell phones with them, the Cuba School District banned the mobile devices this year. That’s not sitting well with some High School students.

School board will investigate change to four-day week

            During its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 21, the Cuba School Board directed Superintendent Dr. Scott Davidson to begin gathering information on a possible change to a four-day school week. Any change to the district schedule would not take place until the 2023-24 school year at the earliest.

Football homecoming set for Friday night

Cuba High School will celebrate its annual football homecoming on Friday when the Wildcats host the St. James Tigers.