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Lady Mustangs Coming Close on the Court

  Anysja Manzer’s last-second, potential game-tying 3-pointer bounced off the back of the rim and Melba’s come-from-behind attempt fell short in a 48-45 loss to visiting Nampa Christian Nov. 27.…

Melba Boys Struggle to Stay in Game

  With a nearly new basketball team this year, with many seniors graduating last year, the Mustangs are still looking for their new groove.…

Is Melba Senior Center Different from the Others?

  Is Melba Valley Senior Center the only senior center struggling to make ends meet after the contract changes this year? What are the other centers in the valley doing…

Lisa Coral Thornton

Lisa Coral Thornton passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 after a courageously-fought  two-and-a-half-year battle with cancer. Her husband Brad, and other loved ones were at her side. Lisa…

Don C. Bennett

Don C. Bennett, 89, a long time Kuna resident, died Monday, November 26, 2012, in a Boise care facility from complications of a heart attack and stroke. Don was born…

Sandi Davenport

On November 24, 2012 Sandi Davenport was called home to be with God. Born June 6,1960 she leaves behind loving husband Randy and her 8 children. Sandi was a waitress…

Jayden Bennett’s brave battle comes to an end

Jayden Bennett wasn’t thinking of himself the day before the cancer took his life. After a family dinner in downtown Kuna, Jayden, 11, told his grandma he wanted to go…

First elk

Sarah Noble of Kuna shows off her first elk, which she shot in the Owyhee Mountains recently. Photo submitted…

First buck

Zach Thompson, son of Jason and Rachel Thompson, a seventh grader at Kuna Middle School, shot his first mule deer buck on Nov. 23 near Grangeville, ID. Zach was hunting…

‘Welcome home, Randal Wright’

One moment in time changed the life of Marine Lance Corporal Randal Wright forever. On Dec. 8, Kuna residents will have the opportunity to say, ‘Thank you for your service—welcome…