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Melba Man Arrested for Possession of Pipe Bomb

Melba Man Arrested for Possession of Pipe Bomb

By Mark Barnes   Sometimes you just have to wonder about a person’s ability to make good decisions.…

Kuna Water Tower to be Painted? – Only if KHS Senior Project Gets Funded

By Mark Barnes   Drive through many small towns across the country and the most prominent feature is the city’s water tower with the school’s mascot or town name prominently…

Melba Olde Tyme 4th of July

Melba Quick Responders Fun Run 2013 Six Mile Runners Name       Time 1. Jeff Waters 3400 2. Tom Lloyd 3538 3. Michael Cunningham 3749 4. Joe Terrazas 3901…

Drums and Bugles Visit Kuna

      by Lisa Pecchenino   Before the fireworks shot off last week, the high school stadium had quite a show on Tuesday, July 2. Kuna High School hosted…

Almost There – Celebration Park and the Culmination of a 24-year Dream

by Mark Barnes   Once the rusty patina settles on to the corrugated steel siding of the new museum, classroom and dormitory at Celebration Park south of Melba it will…

What do Firefighters Prefer to See on the 4th of July?

By Stephen Rinaldi, Kuna Fire Chief   The 4th of July is a celebration of the birth of a new the United States of America and its independence from Great…

Melba’s Emily Dyas Elected Girls State Controller

Melba’s Emily Dyas Elected Girls State Controller

Idaho State Controller Brandon D Woolf welcomed Melba High School senior and American Legion Auxiliary Idaho Syringa Girls State participant Emily Dyas to his office Thursday. …

Kuna FFA Chapter Sends Team to Nationals

By Elizabeth Reynolds and Macy Hagler   The Kuna FFA Chapter spent the first week of June competing in the State Career Development Events (CDEs) in Moscow at the University…

Have fun, be safe and be responsible

By Jill Richardson   This day brings thousands, up to about 18,000, people to Melba for the Fourth of July Celebration. …

The Big Show

The Big Show

By Jane Zeyer, Parade Chairman   It all started with a young family, a few left-over fireworks and a worried yet ever supportive mother and wife. This year the Melba…