Eubank is a Pulaski county city extending into Lincoln county about 14 miles north of Somerset. It was named for Wesley Eubank, a local landowner. An earlier community in the vicinity was known as Cuba.
Eubank was incorporated in 1886.
A Cato post office opened in 1858, perhaps a short distance away at Cuba, was renamed Eubanks Station in 1877, and finally Eubank in 1880. The origin of the Cato name is obscure.
The population in 2020 was 316.
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