The city of Cuba has a new municipal judge and prosecuting attorney after resignations from the current judge and prosecutor were accepted at the June 21 council meeting. Alderman reappointed both officials to the positions.
During their meeting on June 21, Cuba School Board members approved the budget for the 2022-23 school year with anticipated spending of $16.79 million. The district should end the year with about $7.3 million in reserve funds.
The Cuba School Board has decided not to seek a grant for improvements to the High School baseball and softball fields. At least some of the planned upgrades, however, will be completed.
Students in the Cuba School District won’t be able to carry their cell phones during regular class hours following approval of a change to the Elementary, Middle School, and High School handbooks at the June 21 school board meeting.
The Second Annual Cuba Wildcat Football Camp, sponsored by Maries County Bank, is scheduled for July 18, 19, and 21 at Hood Park. It is open to kids entering kindergarten through the eighth grade.