Viva Cuba, a foundation for beautification and public art projects in Cuba, recently received a $2,000 matching grant from the Crawford County Foundation. The grant will be used for maintenance, cleaning and touch-up paint on several murals in the community, in addition to the MoDOT traffic control boxes.
“Making the best better” for generations of Missouri 4-H’ers, Sandy Stewart a Crawford County 4-H volunteer from Cuba, Mo., was inducted into the Missouri 4-H Hall of Fame on Aug. 18 at State Fair Community College in Sedalia.
She was among 50 inductees from 38 counties establishing a lega
Cuba Fest is less than two months away, and vendor registration forms are available for those who wish to exhibit outdoors at the two-day fall arts and crafts festival on Smith Street. Exhibit space inside Recklein Auditorium has already sold out, with a waiting list in case of cancellations, but outdoor spaces are still available.
Five people face felony drug charges after a search warrant executed at a Cuba apartment on August 17 yielded 264 capsules of heroin and admissions of plans to sell it in Crawford County.
The Cuba City Council met in open session at City Hall on Tuesday, August 21 to discuss the following items of business:
• The council agreed to table a discussion of employee job descriptions that was on the meeting agenda.
• Woodrow Martin asked about votes being taken in closed session. Mayor Ray Mortimeyer stated that discussion takes place in closed session, but council decisions are brought back into regular session to be voted on.