Employees of the city of Cuba could have a new drug and alcohol policy to adhere to, although it will likely be much the same as the one that is already in place. During their meeting on November 19, aldermen agreed to have the city attorney move forward with drafting an ordinance to put the new policy in place.
National Medical Billing held a rummage sale fundraiser at its facility in Cuba to raise money for Sgt. Ian Ives, the son of Steve and Theresa Ives, of Cuba, who was injured recently in Afghanistan.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at in the Recklein Historical District, thanks to the efforts of small group of volunteers and workers from the city of Cuba’s Electric Department. A month-long effort to put up 75,000 lights is nearing completion, with plans to flip the switch just in time for Thanksgiving.
Approximately $1.5 million in handicapped sidewalk improvements in Cuba and a major sealing project on Highway 19 throughout Crawford County are just about to be completed, with contractors hoping to wrap up work with some warmer fall weather.
The Cuba Police Department’s newest K9, Vando, officially went into service at the end of July and he is already making a big impact. Vando, who is handled by K9 Officer Rob Roberson, has already caught a fleeing suspect, found 11 pounds of marijuana, and assisted several other officers by finding drugs and paraphernalia.