Cuba News

Gym getting facelift

            About half of the planned renovations being completed in the Mike Voigt Gymnasium at Cuba High School are now complete. After a fresh coat of paint was finished this week workers will soon begin resurfacing the floor and installing new scoreboards.

City’s Electric Department down to one employee

            The city of Cuba is down to just one employee in its Electric Department. At its July 5 meeting, the Cuba City Council took action to help remedy the situation.

Latvian student selling books in Cuba

            The Latvian university student who came to the area last year to earn money has returned this summer. Janis Strapcans is traveling around the area, knocking on doors, and sharing an opportunity to purchase educational materials for children and youth. He is again visiting our part of the U.S. as his summer exchange program.

City lawsuit trial set

            A Cuba employee who is suing the city for age discrimination will lay his claims out before a jury this fall. During a hearing held on June 21, the case was scheduled for trial on September 22.

PA, judge swap positions

            The city of Cuba has a new municipal judge and prosecuting attorney after resignations from the current judge and prosecutor were accepted at the June 21 council meeting. Alderman reappointed both officials to the positions.