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The Apples to Apples Truth about School Finances: Part I – Expenses

By Mark Barnes Brochures, flyers, signs and gossip are circulating around in the community regarding school district funding and spending. There are a lot of numbers being said. Some of…

‘Why Education is important To Me’ is Mission of Miss Junior High Idaho

 by Lisa Pecchenino Big things come in small packages, as you will see with Olivia Strickland.  Given only two weeks to prepare for an event she had never even considered…

ACHD Updates on Construction in Kuna

The Ada County Highway District will begin improvements to the Avalon Street/Shortline Street/N. Bridge Avenue area beginning in May. The $468,000 project is part of the Downtown Kuna Corridor Plan…

Legislative Town Hall Meeting Focuses on Education

By Mark Barnes State legislators came to Kuna to discuss their accomplishments after the completion of the 2014 legislative session on Monday evening, March 31, but those in attendance focused…

Ethics Allegations From Both Sides of Levy Battle Fail to Stick

By Mark Barnes A lot has been said in the community about ethical violations from both sides of the failed Kuna school levy election on March 11. Those for the…

Group Wants Recall Election for School Board Trustee Michael Law

 A group calling themselves the Friends of Kuna School District has enough signatures to file for a recall election against Kuna School District Trustee Michael Law.…

Kuna School Board Votes to Hold New Levy Election in May

The Kuna School Board voted 3-2 Friday morning, March 21, for a second supplemental levy election to be held in May after its defeat on March 11. At an emergency…

Graveyard Proposed for Bosnian Community on Cloverdale Road

By Mark Barnes   In the 1990s, the U.S. government helped bring thousands of Bosnian refugees to America and many settled in Boise. While other refugees came to the area…

Eagle Scout Project Gives Kuna Fire Station New Landscaping

Eagle Scout Project Gives Kuna Fire Station New Landscaping

Countless volunteer hours, 27 cubic yards of rock, donations from numerous businesses and individuals, Boy Scout Troop 143 and one Eagle Scout project later, Kuna Fire station No. 1 has…

For the Birds

For the Birds

by Lisa Pecchenino   Resident Kristy Jones spotted something on the ground that looked a little odd while out in her back yard picking up debris left behind by the…

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