Cuba News

Syringe found inside backpack during truck search

A Sullivan woman was arrested for meth possession, after a hypodermic syringe was discovered during a police search of her vehicle on Myrtle Street.

On September 4, a Cuba police officer observed a Chevrolet pickup truck heading south on Smith Street at the railroad crossing. As the truck passed by, the officer noticed that it had license plates belonging to a passenger car.

Where there is a need, there is a Lion

The Cuba Lions Club was notified that the Cuba Food Pantry was nearly out of food.  An e-mail went out to all the Cuba Lions asking for donations of canned food items for the Food Pantry.  The Lions responded to the need. Lion Don Lane (left) and Lion Diane Nickel (right) delivered food items, for the Cuba Food Pantry, to Pastor Don Martin (center) of the Cuba Free Will Baptist Church. 

Cuba City Council Notes

The Cuba City Council met in regular session on Wednesday, September 5 to discuss the following items of business:

• The mayor asked the council to table discussion of a nuisance enforcement position until the September 20 meeting at 6 p.m.

• Dan Eidson asked if the council had reached a decision on moving Cuba City Hall. Mayor Ray Mortimeyer said the matter is still being discussed and an announcement will be made. He said the council is taking into consideration comments made at the public meeting.