The Cuba City Council has talked for months about the need for better surveillance of city properties, in an effort to curtail thievery and vandalism. On Tuesday night, the council finally took action, approving a bid to install security cameras at several park and building locations around town.
Although the April 2019 election is more than four months away, filing for positions on city councils, school boards, and several other area boards is set to begin on December 11.
After a long Thanksgiving weekend, it’s time to turn your full attention to the upcoming Christmas activities that are planned in and around Cuba. The highlight of this year’s events will be the Cuba Area Chamber of Commerce’s Christmas Parade and Santa’s Village, which will be held on December 8.
The Cuba R-2 Board of Education has authorized the superintendent of schools to negotiate a three-year contract with Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital (MBSH) for a certified athletic trainer.
Students at Cuba Elementary show off the November Book Buzz books donated by the Cuba Kiwanis Club as part of Three Rivers Publishing’s Newspapers In Education program.