After a failed seal coat was laid on Highway 69 by the Sierra Nevada Construction Company late last winter, many insurance claims were submitted for windshield repairs and placements. News reports stated corrective action would be taken when the weather was warmer, and late last summer additional construction on the highway was conducted. But I’m afraid the final results of the last construction efforts will be disastrous this winter. The first heavy rains of fall hit on October 28th. The construction ruts on all four lanes was like driving down two unparalleled rivers. Imagine what conditions will be like when the rains freezes and snow falls. Although the commute routes will be significantly longer, I will be taking alternate routes when the weather is less than fair. I am very concerned for all commuters’ safety on Kuna-Meridian road and hope you can help take action now to keep Idaho’s roads safe. After all, wasn’t the Idaho Transportation Department just rated best in the nation?
— Lea Johnson
I would like to know who the scum person is that dumped six kittens off on my door. Two of these kittens are yellow and one has a really bad eye. Another is black and white with a sick eye which I’m sure is contagious. Two are from an older batch. One is black and one is striped grey.
I already have six healthy farm cats but they won’t be for long if they mix with these sick kittens which I cannot catch. I’m sure there is someone who knows who had these kittens. I would appreciate hearing from you as I cannot afford to feed a dozen cats.
— Alvina Unser
Editor’s note: If you have information about these cats call Kuna Melba News at 2087-922-3008 and we will relay the information to Alvina.