Life House Youth Center (LHYC), which has been providing free activities for children ages 10 to 17 in Sullivan since 2017, has opened a new location in Cuba.
The Community Foundation of the Ozarks and the Louis L. and Julia Dorothy Coover Charitable Foundation presented a grant for $5,000 to the Crawford County R-II School District. The grant will be used to purchase a vision screener for the school in Cuba.
Members of the local American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts gathered at the memorial park in Kinder Cemetery on May 30 to conduct their annual Memorial Day service to honor America’s fallen service members. Two local veterans addressed the crowd gathered to witness the ceremony.
A man from Union was killed and two others from Eureka were seriously injured June 1 when their vehicles collided on Route DD just west of Cuba.
The Running the Rails on Route 66 race committee recently presented a donation to the Cuba High School band in honor of its performance at this year’s event. Committee members Genifer Cape (left) and Rachel Mehl (right) presented a $500 check to Band Director Shannon Moore.