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Love Your Pet Day, National Cherry Pie Day, National Banana Bread Day

The smell of spring is in the air and the February gray skies will soon be a dim memory.  To enjoy the rest of the month, here are some ideas…

DID YOU KNOW?

BY JOYCE ANDRUS  Melba, a small town with a big heart, has answered a call for donations again. In a grand celebration last September, the Rebekah Lodge #105, originally the…

DID YOU KNOW?

When Fremont H. Teed certified the original “Plat of the Townsite of Kuna” in August 1907, the etymology of the street names was simple logic. Kuna started with a Main…

LOOKING BACK

30 years ago… Kuna Days netted $711.50 for the community hall. Kuna schools reported a four percent increase in students in the district for a total of 1,895 students. The…

The Kuna Herald May 3, 1963

Bus Contract Awarded To Second Low Bidder When First Withdraws The Roy C. Davidson Co. of Boise withdrew its school bus bid after being awarded a contract to supply a 54-passenger bus for the Kuna School District. Mrs. Alma…

LOCAL HISTORY – April 26. 1963

District Three School Board Approves Salary Increases for Teachers The board of trustees of Joint Class A School District No 3. Have approved a schedule of salary increases for the 31 teachers of the district. Teachers having two…

The Kuna Herald April 19,1963

New Prices on Hunting and Fishing Licenses Not in Effect Until May 1 The Idaho Fish and Game department reminded sportsmen this week that they can purchase their hunting and fishing licenses at a saving of 20 to 33 percent if they…

Melba Historical Society Hosts Swayne Museum Lecture

By Jill Richardson The Melba Historical Society presented a lecture this month by Betty Swayne Keith, daughter of Dr. Swayne, who gave a presentation about Walter’s Ferry and the Swayne…

The Kuna Herald April 12th, 1963

Norman Cole Hurt By Enraged Boar Norman Cole Route 1 farmer was painfully injured Saturday morning at his farm wile trying to load a large boar into a trailer so the animal could be taken…

The Kuna Herald April 5th, 1963

Irrigation Water Turned Into Canals Water was turned into the New York Canal Wednesday April 3rd to begin the 1963 Irrigation season for irrigation laterals on the Arrowrock division of…

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