Cuba News

Utilities rate hikes are coming soon

    February’s severe winter weather could eat into the pocketbooks of the city of Cuba’s utility customers for the next two years, according to information released by the city. The city is facing a huge bill from its suppliers after electric rates spiked by as much as 1,600 percent, but payment for increased costs will be spread out over the next two years.

City agrees to widen road for school district

    Cuba City Council met on March 2 and approved a request presented by  Superintendent Jon Earnhart to widen Old Cuba Road, located behind the school. Earnhart had previously met with both Public Works Director Craig Bouse and Police Chief Doug Shelton to discuss solutions for the traffic backing up onto Highway 19 during drop off times.

Four CHS students reach state DECA finals

    Four Cuba High School students have qualified for the state DECA contest finals, which will be held in March. Each reached the state contest during district competition held in February.