Cuba News

WWU transfer student on pace to earn MBA in just 3.5 years

By Paige Willis, Communication Coordinator for Williams Woods University
    As a professions-based university, William Woods prides itself in offering flexibility to its degree-seeking students. That can mean starting an online degree program, and stopping and restarting your education at your own pace until you graduate.  Or earning a graduate degree while taking evening classes as a full-time, working professional.

Chamber seeks nominees for annual awards - UPDATED with new banquet date

    The Cuba Area Chamber of Commerce has started taking nominations for its annual awards and is also accepting votes for its board of directors. The awards will be presented at the Chamber’s annual banquet, which is scheduled for April 30 at Recklein Auditorium.

Brother charged after reported threats

    An altercation between brothers in Cuba led to felony charges filed against one.
    On January 23, at around 2 p.m., a Cuba police officer was dispatched to their Birch Lane residence for an “assault not in progress.” According to the probable cause statement on file in the case, upon the officer’s arrival, one brother told her his brother “came at him with a knife” and “stated he was going to kill him.”

CHS moving back to seven-hour class schedule

    Despite some inclement weather on January 23, the Cuba School Board held its regular monthly meeting with a few changes to the agenda. Board recognition for bus drivers and Students of the Quarter was postponed until February.