Cuba News

Unwanted bats to be evicted from Recklein Auditorium

There are bats in the belfry at Recklein Auditorium – or above the ceiling, anyway.

Cuba City Clerk Christine Nash informed city councilmen at a meeting this week that bats had infested the auditorium building, after a complaint was lodged at City Hall about bats flying around inside Recklein when it was rented out for an event.

Council agrees to commit $1,000 for residential culvert work promised in 2005

The Cuba City Council will contribute $1,000 toward a street project on Prospect Avenue, but that’s all that the city will do. Acting upon a Street Committee recommendation and honoring a commitment made by a previous council in 2005, the council agreed to contribute up to $1,000 in reimbursement funds for culvert pipe that was promised to Doug Rutz nearly 15 years ago.

Couple finds themselves caught up in Amazon phone scam

When you get a random phone call from someone you don’t know, talking about something you know nothing about and asking for your personal information, it’s almost sure to be a scam. Henry and Patsy Copling found out the hard way.

City seeing improvements made to Old Route 66

Cuba is getting new pavement work on Old Route 66 all the way through town. With the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) making road repairs to sections of the old highway both east and west of the city limits this summer, as well as a portion of the byway inside the city limits that is state-maintained, city leaders decided to go ahead and pave their section to keep the entire roadway improved for vehicle traffic.