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Busy December for Kuna High School Performing Arts Department

By Mackenzie Thomas   This last December was a busy one for the Performing Arts Department at Kuna High School. The week began with the amazing talents of Community Christmas…

Exchanges, returns and refunds: What the customer and the business owner need to know

By Robb Hicken/BBB’s chief storyteller The presents have been unwrapped, the toys and clothing set aside. Now, the adjustments, returns, refund and exchange processes begin.…

A Burglar from Kuna Not Who He Says He Was

A Burglar from Kuna Not Who He Says He Was

A man from Kuna is in a heap of trouble after it was discovered that not only was he arrested while attempting to burglarize a West Meridian-area barn, but he was…

Kuna’s Down Home Country Christmas Essay Winners

As part of the celebrations swirling around Christmas including the Night Light Parade and the Kids Carnival sponsored by the Kuna Chamber of Commerce, the winners of the Youth Essay…

Parade of Lights Brightens Up Kuna

  Hundreds of residents stood in the cold last Saturday night along Main Street in Kuna waiting for the Parade of Lights.…

Kuna Raises Water and Sewer Rates – Sells one Property and Delays Sale of Other

The Kuna City Council met in special session prior to its regular meeting last Tuesday, December 17, at city hall to have a public hearing and auction of three city-owned…

Boone Bartlome Update

Recovery continues with Boone Bartlome at Craig Hospital in Denver, Colorado. In recent weeks a video of him moving his thumb was posted by his family.…

Dictionaries Delivered to Third Grade Students

Dictionaries Delivered to Third Grade Students

Kuna Grange organized a group of individuals, Kuna businesses, and organizations who donated money to purchase dictionaries for the Third Grade students in the Kuna School District and to the…

Kuna FFA Brings Home Awards

Just two weeks after Nationals, the Kuna FFA held their annual Harvest dance, and their chapter Creed and Degree Night. While Harvest is usually a fundraiser for the chapter, it…

Community Mourns for Bus Crash Victims

By Mark Barnes   Last Thursday, December 5, bus #11 was running late. Kuna school bus driver Debra Boatright was making the morning children pickups on its way to Crimson…