Cuba News

City to seek reprieve on water testing requirements

A consultant who assists the city with its testing of wastewater at the sewage treatment plant has recommended that tests for five metals be halted because there is no evidence of their existence. If the Department of Natural Resources agrees with his assessment, it could save the city up to $12,000 per year in ongoing water analysis fees.

Councilwoman concerned that mayor is overstepping his authority for building renovations

At a meeting of the Cuba City Council on Tuesday, Alderwoman Nancy Montgomery expressed her displeasure with having city employees working on interior renovations to the old MEPCO building located on Highway PP. During the Public Works director’s report at the meeting, Montgomery said she didn’t understand why city employees were involved in the renovation project when there were more important projects to be completed this spring.“I don’t understand why we have

Kids make flowers during Story Time at the Library

Ms. Lexxie read The Magic School Bus Plants Seeds during Story Time at the Recklein Memorial Library last week. The kids made flowers to take home during the craft portion. Story Time will begin again at Cuba in June with the Summer Reading Program – Libraries Rock! Be sure to check back for the calendar! Thanks to Ms. Barreca for bringing the students from Holy Cross to story time every week!

Bausch-McKellips named to All-Missouri Academic Team

    Each year, students are selected for All-Missouri Academic Team by the Phi Theta Kappa honor society. East Central College is proud to announce three students made the list in 2018!