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KUNA LIONS ROARRR!

The Kuna Lion’s Club IS really excited to be having a BIG CAR SHOW /and SUPER RAFFLE at Kuna Days this year. Sat. August 3 from 9 a.m. – 4…

Lee Leslie Optimist Football Camp

Lee Leslie will be hosting an Optimist Football camp at KHS Stadium next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Athletes grade 4-8, July 30,31 & Aug 1st from 6PM-8PM at the KHS Stadium,…

Kuna Railroad Overpass Decision Involves Public

By Mark Barnes   People have been talking about a railroad overpass in Kuna for over 20 years and this time, efforts by the Ada County Highway District, the City…

Kuna City Council Meeting

After the approval of the minutes from the previous meeting the Kuna City Council approved a park fee waiver request for use of Bernie Fisher Park on Tuesday, July 30…

MELBA NEWS – By Jill Richarson

MELBA NEWS – By Jill Richarson

City of Melba Sold The Quik Stop Building The City of Melba held an auction on Monday, July 8, with intentions to sell off three properties owned by the city. Only…

Kuna Student Heads to American Legion Boys Nation

Joshua M Seideman, a senior at Kuna High School is one of 98 high school student representatives throughout the U.S. chosen to attend The American Legion Boys Nation.…

Sturges Makes Final Effort to Upgrade the City Park

By Jill Richardson   Mayor Doug Sturges and his family began last year with the Mayor Slayer race during the Melba Centennial Celebration to raise money for playground improvements at…

Local Woman Competes for Miss Rodeo Idaho

By Lauren Johnson   Dusti Olson, a Kuna High Graduate and the current Caldwell Night Rodeo Queen, is taking her title to compete in the Miss Rodeo Idaho Pageant at…

Melba 4th of July Photos!

Seasonal Allergies

By William J. Dennis, D.C.   Summer is here, and life is moving on in the heat.  Flowers are popping up everywhere, grasses are growing and being mowed, and some…