The ongoing coronavirus pandemic didn’t put much of a damper on Saturday’s Crawford County Youth in Ag Sale. Despite there being fewer animals offered than in 2019, and no bacon auctioned, the sale brought in $205,595.85 in gross sales, which was down just about $16,000 from last year’s sale at the Crawford County Fair.
The Cuba City Council received the final update on the sewer investigation done by MECO Engineering during the special meeting held July 8. Needed repairs could cost nearly $16 million.
Alderman Warren Graddy was sworn in during the Cuba City Council’s meeting on July 9. The Board of Alderman met in an open session last Thursday to discuss several new items of business and swear in the incumbent alderman after his victory in the polls on Tuesday.
In what will be a trial for a full return to school in late August, the Cuba School District will be opening its summer school on Monday, July 13. The program, which runs through August 12, will follow extensive safety guidelines in hopes of keeping students and staff members safe from the coronavirus.
Cuba High School is moving ahead with plans to hold graduation for the Class of 2020 on July 25, but prom has officially been canceled. Officials had hoped to make graduation a two-day celebration with prom planned for Friday, July 24.