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Students ‘Rake up Melba,’ contribute to community

  Rake Up Melba Day was Tuesday, Nov. 20, and students from Melba High School banded together to help clean up the city’s blowing leaves. The event, sponsored by the…

New restaurant owners move into old firehouse

  Kevin and Brenna Byington looked in Meridian, Middleton, Eagle, Ontario and other Idaho towns as they searched for the right place to establish the restaurant they wanted to open.…

Shopping local this year?

These turkeys didn’t know it, but they had something to be grateful for this Thanksgiving; while more than 500 of their plumper counterparts disappeared by the dozen from Vogel Farms…

Police: Kuna crime on the rise

Crime is on the rise in Kuna. That was the word Tuesday from Kuna Police Chief Lt. Kody Aldrich of the Ada County Sheriff’s Office, who provided the Kuna City…

Council approves commercial zoning

Representatives from Stetson Properties say the company doesn’t have specific development plans for the land they own in Kuna, but when the time is right, they want to be ready.…

Dennis Allen Mower

Dennis Allen Mower

Dennis Allen Mower, beloved husband, father, and grandfather, returned to his Father in Heaven on November 16, 2012 surrounded by his loving family. He was born August 11, 1937 in…

Kuna competes at FFA convention

By Mackenzie Peace Kuna FFA Reporter Kuna FFA recently returned from the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana bringing home several awards and high-placing individuals. Early in 2012, Kuna FFA…

Melba senior center asks city for help

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter Board members from the Melba Valley Senior center spoke to the Melba City Council Monday night at the council’s monthly meeting. Senior center…

Melba sees increase in crime

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter According to reports from Canyon County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO), both crime and officer presence was up in Melba during October compared to previous…

Kuna ‘Cheapster’ finishes in top ten

University of Idaho junior Rachael Ashley pledged to continue her penny pinching ways after learning she was not chosen “Ultimate Cheapster” in the second season of Zions Bank’s reality web…

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