The City of Cuba has given the go-ahead for the Cuba Rough Riders Saddle Club to hold a parade of horses through the Historic Uptown Business District on Thursday, June 21.
At a March 6 meeting of the Cuba City Council, Cuba Development Group President Sean Siebert updated council members on the economic projects he’s been working on lately. Siebert said he continues to see positive things happening in Cuba, as he maintains a focus on retaining existing businesses, drawing in new economic opportunities for the city, and strengthening relationships among the business professionals in town.
In an effort to better connect with the Cuba community and provide more educational opportunities, Crawford County R-2 Schools will offer four adult education courses this spring. The classes are at no charge to enrollees, and if all goes well, the district hopes to expand its course offerings in the future.
The four classes on the spring schedule include ACT/MAP: Help! Unscrambling Assessment, Digital Super Sleuth Parents/Guardians, Digital Citizenship, and Wildcat Crock Pottery: Crock Pot Freezer Meals for Busy Weeks.
A $50,000 top prize was revealed on a Missouri Lottery “Money Mania” Scratchers ticket purchased at Casey’s General Store, 501 N. Franklin St., in Cuba. The winning ticket was redeemed at the Lottery’s Springfield office on Feb. 13 by Lindsey Uhl of Steelville.
The Missouri Public Service Commission has authorized Indian Hills Utility Operating Company, Inc. (Indian Hills) to increase annual water operating revenues. Indian Hills provides water service to approximately 715 customers in and immediately surrounding the Indian Hills Subdivision near Cuba, Missouri in Crawford County.