The Cuba High School Drama Department will hold its spring performance on Friday, April 30, on the CHS Commons stage. Seating is limited due to social-distancing requirements, but there are some seats still available for the show, which starts at 6 p.m.
The Cuba Board of Alderman met on April 20 and Archer-Elgin Engineering presented recommendations for the next phase of the police department building project to the council. The city had asked the engineering firm to look into three locations and give suggestions on the best location for the new building.
Students at Cuba Elementary School show off the December Book Buddy books donated to the school library by the Cuba Kiwanis Club as part of Three Rivers Publishing’s Newspapers In Education program.
The group that is organizing this year’s Project Graduation celebration for Cuba High School is seeking donations from the public to help fund the event.
Keli Mulkey submitted a fundraising request letter to the Cuba Free Press last week and asked that it be shared with the public.
The Cuba Police Department could soon have new computers. Following an initial discussion on a proposal to purchase new computers earlier this month, the Cuba City Council met in special session last week to review the idea. This week, the council was to take up the issue again and possibly make a final decision.