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Raul Labrador and Anderson Cooper Spar

Last Monday Night, CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Idaho Congressman Raul Labrador got into a heated discussion while they were in the process of an interview regarding the government shutdown.…

City of Kuna Launches Contests

In conjunction with the Railroad Safety Initiative, the city of Kuna is launching contests open to all children grades K-12 with big prizes. The contests kick off on October 12,…

Come Together Kuna Christmas Community Choir

If you love to sing, and enjoy the music of Christmas, you’re invited to join our Come Together Kuna community choir! Preparations are underway for our second annual free community…

Ways to Make a Difference this Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Ways to Make a Difference this Breast Cancer Awareness Month

(StatePoint) Unfortunately, too many of us know someone – a family member, friend or colleague – who is affected by breast cancer.  In fact, breast cancer accounts for nearly one…

Think before you ‘Pink’ in October; ask questions

By Robb Hicken, Better Business Bureau   Jim Smith knows a little bit about cancer as a cancer survivor. “I battled cancer, so I’m aware of research and development needs,”…

Idaho Outsourced Student Essays to India

By Travis Manning   Idaho’s largest virtual charter school, with approximately 3,500 students, has outsourced student essays to India for review in the grading process.…

Kuna Police investigate SUV vs. bike crash involving 9-year-old boy

Kuna Police investigate SUV vs. bike crash involving 9-year-old boy

Tuesday, Oct. 8A 9-year-old boy knocked off his bike by an SUV on Linder Road early Tuesday morning did not appear to suffer any major injuries.The boy, who was not…

Early Morning Rollover

Early Morning Rollover

A single car accident occurred Wednesday morning reported at 7:37 a.m. on Meridian Road just north of Deer Flat Road. According to Kuna police on the scene a man in…

Kuna City Council Meeting

The Kuna City Council met last Tuesday, October 2, for their regular meeting in what was a rubber stamping of required council resolutions and ordinances.  Authority was given, as required,…

Falcon Ridge Public Charter School Breaks Ground On Permanent Building

  Falcon Ridge Public Charter School broke ground Sept. 26 for a permanent school facility at the corner of West Avalon Street and South Ten Mile Road in Kuna. Since…