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Going, going….sold!

From BSU party buckets to wine, fertilizer, furniture, hams and hay, to seeds and sacks of potatoes, the annual FFA scholarship auction held Monday, Sept., 24 at Kuna High School…

Derby attracts anglers from across valley

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter Hundreds of boaters and fishermen flocked to Black Sands Resort on CJ Strike Reservoir on Saturday Sept. 15 for the 16th Annual Fishing…

Parents learn about drug and alcohol culture

By Laura Colvin Kuna Melba News editor Times have changed and so has the alcohol and drug culture of teens. But what is it that’s so different? What are parents…

Melba competes with runners from across country

By Ron Manzer Melba cross country participated in one of the largest cross country meets in the northwest on Saturday. The Bob Firman Invitational, at Eagle Island State Park, had…

Team running toward championship season

By Laura Colvin Kuna Melba News editor The Kuna boys varsity cross country team is off and running toward a 4A district championship. That, anyway, is the goal of first…

ACHD seeks approval of downtown corridor plan

By Laura Colvin Kuna Melba News editor The Kuna Downtown Corridor Plan is ready for public inspection. That’s the word from the Ada County Highway District (ACHD), who recently presented…

Sewer assessments return for discussion

By Laura Colvin Kuna Melba News editor Members of the Kuna City Council last week got their first look at a draft of the city’s new sewer assessment chart. The…

Trading teachers

First graders get yearlong international experience in Reed Elementary classroom By Laura Colvin Kuna Melba News editor It’s late in the day, and—like first graders everywhere—the students in Lee Buchanan’s…

‘Just flush it, that’s all you can do’

By Scott McIntosh For the Kuna Melba News Rome wasn’t built in a day. And the Kuna football program wasn’t rebuilt in a season. The Kuna varsity football program still…

Melba streak stops with loss to Nampa Christian

By Ron Manzer After two eventful games resulting in wins for the Melba Mustangs, the boys had no answer for Trevor Lee and the Nampa Christian offense, losing their first…

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