Cuba News

Shelter animal has gone from roaming the streets to selling dog treats

Theo is a happy-go-lucky pit bull terrier mix that was adopted from the Cuba Animal Control shelter by a Bourbon family in May 2017. Two years later, and Theo can now stake claim to being semi-famous in the pit bull community, having been chosen as an advertising poster boy for Purina dog treats being sold in stores and online.

Woman charged in knifing at the Cuba Inn

A Cuba woman has been charged with assault and armed criminal action in connection with a stabbing incident that took place at the Cuba Inn motel on May 5.

According to a report filed by the Cuba Police Department, police were dispatched to Room 160 of the Cuba Inn on Highway P for a report of a female victim having been stabbed by another woman, who had fled from the scene.

City supporting Viva Cuba plan to replace trees on North 19

The City of Cuba will assist the Viva Cuba beautification organization in their plan to replace trees and shrubs along Highway 19 North inside the city limits. The city council has agreed to support the Viva Cuba project, drafting a letter of endorsement and providing some labor for the project.