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City council hammers out 2013 budget

BY LAURA COLVIN Kuna Melba News editor The cost of police service in Kuna could go up by as much as 13 percent, the city’s animal control operations need a…

Hundreds show up to help build home for veteran

BY JILL RICHARDSON Kuna Melba News reporter People lined the streets outside 36 S. Marko Lane last Friday to welcome Lance Cpl. Randal Wright—escorted by the flashing lights of Kuna…

Couple faces abuse charges

Couple faces abuse charges

A not-guilty plea was entered Tuesday in 4th District Court on behalf Brian Bracy, 38, of Kuna, who is charged with felony injury to a child. Ada County sheriff’s deputies…

From the files of The Kuna Herald, July 20, 1962

Editor’s Note: The following stories are taken from the Kuna Herald newspaper 50 years ago. Work started on bank building: extensive remodeling planned The Kuna Bank building will undergo a…

The Amazing Spider-Man not quite amazing

by Nathan Burr -Kids’ Movie Review-  I understand it’s been a while since I’ve sent anything in. Heck, it’s been more than a while. It’s been forever. I sincerely apologize.…

Earl and Patty Hamm to ‘celebrate life’

By Laura Colvin -Kuna Melba News editor- Earl Hamm thinks it’d be great to have a golf cart – the electric kind, maybe with a fun musical horn, to let…

Melba schools get makeover

“It’s amazing what a small group of committed people can accomplish to change the world. In fact, it’s the only thing that ever has.” By Beth Cole -Melba Schools- This…

Melba begins planning for one-to-one devices

By Jill Richardson - Kuna Melba News Reporter - Melba and Kuna School Districts are both among the first one-third of Idaho schools to receive one-to-one devices (laptops or iPads)…

Schools ask for $3.19 million levy

By Laura Colvin Kuna Melba News editor Voters in Kuna will soon be asked to decide whether they want to help fund district schools over the next two years. The…

Texting-and-driving citation will cost $85

Idaho’s new no-texting-while-driving law official went into effect uly 1, making it an infraction to send or read text messages while driving. Vi-olators could face an $85 fin if cited.…

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