Some Cuba residents were apparently not happy with the city’s latest snow-removal efforts, which led one alderman to propose changing how street department workers are called out during wintry weather. As it turned out, however, his proposal is already standard policy.
Filing for the April election officially ended on January 21 and a flurry of late filings created numerous races that will have to be decided by area voters. In the city of Cuba alone, there will be four contested contests for five city positions, including mayor.
A recent post about nine abandoned Aussie mix puppies on the Cuba Mo Animal Control Facebook page drew the attention of many people hoping to adopt a new family member. On a recent cold and rainy Saturday morning people lined up outside the shelter to fill out applications.
Students at Cuba Elementary School show off the January Book Buzz books donated by the Cuba Kiwanis Club to the school library as part of Three Rivers Publishing’s Newspapers In Education program.
When Ashley Copeland of Insurance Center of Cuba heard about MAX Insurance’s Mutual Aid Ministries Holiday $100 charity grants, she immediately thought of the Cuba Ministerial Alliance to be the grant recipient. The funds will be used to support its food pantry which is run mostly by volunteers.