Cuba News

Council told AlertCuba signup going well

    Enrollment in the city of Cuba’s new mass notification system has been going well, Emergency Preparedness Director Rodney Neff told the city council on February 4. More than 750 people have already enrolled for the service.

Duffel bags, hygiene supplies delivered

    Totes for Tots and Teens delivered 30 duffel bags and hygiene supply kits to the Cuba CASA office, which shares them with four other offices in their District. Ann Mullen of Cuba CASA (Count Appointed Special Advocates), presented items to other CASA offices and Children’s Division (CD) offices.

Officer shot, suspect killed during domestic disturbance

    A Cuba police officer was shot in the line of duty on Saturday, Feb. 8. The suspect who reportedly fired at the officer was killed when the officer returned fire.

Palmer and Williams are crowned at CHS courtwarming games - PHOTO GALLERY

    Cuba High School seniors Al Palmer and Audrey Williams were crowned king and queen during the 2019-20 Wildcats Basketball Courtwarming, which was held Friday evening in Mike Voigt Gymnasium at the high school.

City looking to fix sewer issue

    An ongoing sewer problem at two residential homes on Trainer Avenue was addressed again by the Cuba City Council at its February 4 meeting. Although there has been a problem in that area for years, the issue resurfaced during a meeting last month when it was revealed that homeowners have been unable to flush their toilets during heavy rain events.