It appeared the Cuba School District had gotten through its first week of classes without a positive case of COVID-19 when Superintendent Jon Earnhart announced Friday the district had zero positive cases. By Saturday, however, that had changed.
During its meeting on August 18, the Cuba City Council approved bids for tree trimming and transformers, along with three special ordinances related to the airport.
Missouri Department of Transportation crews will be making pavement improvements that will partially close three eastbound entrance ramps along Interstate 44 in Crawford County Monday, August 31 through Thursday, September 3.
The Cuba Chamber of Commerce presented its annual awards on August 20 at Frisco’s Pub and Grill. The awards were originally scheduled to take place earlier this year but had to be postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
JG Missouri, which plans to open a medical marijuana manufacturing facility in the Barnett Technology Park along Highway DD in Cuba, had its three infused product licenses rolled into one by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) last week following a compliance review. The company has yet to begin any local construction.