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Kitchen table politics – Sharon Fisher

Kitchen table politics – Sharon Fisher

Well, the Legislature is finally out of town, but not until after it finished having a turf battle that forced them to stick around another week for something that ended…

City Council Meeting Notes

The Kuna City Council met on April 16, 2013 to discuss regular city business.…

Kuna School District receives 21st Century Learning Centers Grant

The Kuna School District received one of only fifteen 21st Century Learning Centers Grants awarded statewide.…

Meridian Teen Arrested for Multiple Threats

While the news last week seemed to explode mid-day on Thursday with multiple bomb threats to local high schools, followed by threats to businesses including Target and Walmart in the…

Melba Teen Speaks in Congress

By Mark Barnes Last week Samantha Rodriguez experienced something most Americans never dream of doing.…

Canyon County Sheriff Talks School Safety Plans

By Jill Richardson Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue isn’t usually one to sit around and wait for things to happen. Despite the legislature’s failure to pass a bill that would…

Idaho Power gives $1000 to Celebration Park

By Jill Richardson Idaho Power awarded 31 grants to organizations from Eastern Oregon to Pocatello in honor of the 2013 Powering Tomorrow Grant.…

Business Spotlight – Pazzles

Simon and Chris Vander Woude opened Pazzles in the fall of 1998 selling patterns for paper shapes used in scrapbooking.…

Pay Dirt – A gardener’s column

By Mark Barnes There are those that clean up their garden in fall and there are those that do not.…

Technology Enters Kuna Classrooms through a teacher

By Karri Keller Ashleigh Jensen, Kuna School Districts’ Education Technology Specialist; has been named a STAR Discovery Educator by Discovery Education. …