The Cuba School district has released its plan for feeding students while they are away from school due to the coronavirus pandemic. The program began on Monday and is open to all children younger than 18.
Cuba Schools Superintendent Jon Earnhart had nothing but praise for his entire staff and all they accomplished leading up to last week’s closure of the R-2 campus due to the coronavirus pandemic. Still hoping to return to classes on April 6, he shared his plan to get the buildings and buses sanitized with the school board during its March 17 meeting.
Three Rivers Publishing has changed its office hours in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and encouraging customers to contact its newspaper offices by phone and email as much as possible to reduce the chance of exposure to employees.
The following Cuba High School students will be attending Boys State and Girls State.
The historic Wagon Wheel Motel in Cuba was going to host a “Meet Your City Candidates” event on March 28. That event has been canceled.