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The Chicken or the Egg Doesn’t Matter, the Rules Come First

By Jill Richardson Who would have thought that chickens would not be allowed in the city limits of rural Melba, Idaho?  Not this gal. In fact, they are not allowed…

Kuna Melba News Names Scholarship Winners

Editor’s Note, Kuna Melba News has named Jedd Greenhalgh and Kayelee Farris as the winners of a $500 scholarship for 2013…

Business Spotlight – Blooms & Balloons

Blooms & Balloons is a full service floral shop that has been serving Kuna and the surrounding area since 1997.…

Roger Dike Nelson

Roger Dike Nelson

Roger Dike Nelson of Melba passed away peacefully at home on Jun 7, 2013.…

Business Spotlight – El Gallo Giro

As one of the most popular Mexican restaurants in the Treasure Valley there are those that say El Gallo Giro has helped put Kuna on the map.…

Kuna Launches New Website

City Hopes to Increase Community Interaction The City of Kuna launched their new website this week and it contains new features to increase interaction with city residents.…

City of Kuna Wants to Dispel Rumors

By Mark Barnes Rumor control is not often brought up at city council meetings but at the most recent one on June 4, city officials were concerned that a local…

Good News for Irrigators

The Boise Project Board of Control, the body that determines just how much water every water right holder will get in the Treasure Valley, has increased the irrigation allotment set…

Letter to Editor

Dear Editor, On a regular basis I pass by the Walnut Creek subdivision on Ten Mile Road between Deer Flat and Hubbard.…

Governor Visits Kuna, Shoots PSA

Governor Visits Kuna, Shoots PSA

Governor Butch Otter visited City Councilman Joe Stear’s Kuna Machine Shop last Thursday, June 7, to film a public service announcement. The PSA campaign filmed by Idaho Public Television emphasizes…