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Melba Crimsonettes Compete at ISI

  By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter   Melba Crimsonettes dance team competed in the Idaho Showcase Invitational dance competition at Centennial High School on Saturday. The girls competed…

College Financial Aid & FAFSA: ‘A Real Pain in the Assets’

College Financial Aid & FAFSA:  ‘A Real Pain in the Assets’

Earning a college education is one of the best investments in your future. Today, college students and their families face a “perfect storm,” meaning that college tuition is climbing, the…

UTC Donated $6500 to Melba Senior Center

  By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter   On Tuesday, after senior breakfast, Bob Proesch of Melba met with Melba Senior Center coordinator Marty Nelson to present a check…

5th Annual KHS Wrestling Dinner/Auction

5th Annual KHS Wrestling Dinner/Auction

By Karri Keller    The KHS Commons was filled with baskets full of different types of goodies donated for the live and silent auctions. There was plenty to bid on,…

Melba High School Honors Four Vital School Contributors

Melba High School Honors Four Vital School Contributors

Marlene and Delanie Roger are honored for supporting the Senior class. Delanie, a member of this year’s senior class, served as Cheer Captain for Melba’s fall sports and then came…

Wilma C. Vogel

  Wilma C. Vogel, 90, matriarch of the Vogel family, passed away on January 30, 2013 at Wesier Memorial Hospital. A viewing will be held on Thursday, February 7, 2013…

Kuna: Capital for a Day

Elected and appointed state and local officials filled council chambers at Kuna City Hall on January 25th. Led by Gov. Otter, they mingled easily with their hosts and event attendees…

Melba Community Auction Sells Pencil for $1000

The Melba Community Auction is in its 64th year of operation and sees no sign of stopping. “Melba is the oldest auction of its kind in the United States,” said…

BLM Places Gateway West Power Line Project on Hold

The Bureau of Land Management was slated to release its final recommended route in an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on January 25th for the 1,150-mile Gateway West power line from…

Help for the Elderly, Disabled

Sherry Hunsaker of the local Human Empowerment Services, a nonprofit that helps with transportation of seniors and the disabled, said she’s been in Kuna for 14 years. “We have a…