Connie Echols, a former member of the Cuba Tourism Commission who has been seeking an extensive list of public records from the city, addressed the Cuba City Council during its March 3 meeting to voice some of her concerns about the commission. She was told by Mayor Ray Mortimeyer the council would “look into it.”
After hearing input from aldermen at the March 3 Cuba City Council meeting, Mayor Ray Mortimeyer announced he will bring a proposed administrative warrant ordinance up for a first reading at the next council meeting on March 17. The bill would give the city the ability to obtain search warrants to address nuisance complaints.
East Central College nursing student Ciara McDonald, recently noticed a subtle change in a stroke patient’s condition while she was conducting an assessment at Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital (MBSH).
Students in the Cuba School District are looking at changes to the district’s calendar, now and for the 2020-21 school year. A change adding four days to the 2019-20 calendar was approved by the board of education at its February 19 meeting.
Students at Cuba Elementary School are excited to show off the February Book Buzz books donated to the school library by the Cuba Kiwanis Club as part of Three Rivers Publishing’s Newspapers In Education program.