Don Fuchs had both good news and bad news to report when updating the Cuba City Council on the acquisition of two retired aircraft that the city hopes to put on public display at the municipal airport.
The owner of Wagon Wheel Motel on Route 66 has asked for – and received – the city’s permission to keep a farm animal on the property for another two weeks.
Cuba Hills Garden Club is happy to present the Garden of the Month Award to Rick and Brenda Byrd, 412 James Street, Cuba, Missouri. The Byrds creatively make use of their small yard to plant beautiful flowers along with very healthy tomato plants and a very big, tame blackberry bush.
Two city aldermen were tasked with reviewing eligibility requirements for veterans to be added to the Cuba War Memorial, as the city takes responsibility for its oversight management from brothers Delbert and Phil Mullen. After having several meetings on the matter, the committee decided to make no changes to the requirements for new names to be added. This was due to a lack of available space on the monument for more names.
Cuba Order of the Eastern Star honored 25, 50, and 70 year members for their service to Eastern Star Monday evening. Cuba chapter has consolidated with St. James, Dixon, Steelville, and Vienna due to closing of chapters.