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All-Day Kindergarten in Kuna

Kuna School District is offering All-Day Every Day Kindergarten for the 2013-2014 school year, with one program housed at Crimson Point and additional programs possible if enough families commit to…

BLM SEEKS COMMENTS

By Mark Barnes The Bureau of Land Management hosted open houses in Boise, Kuna and Murphy earlier this week with one more planned open house scheduled for Thursday, May 9,…

Road Rage Driver Takes Police On Chase

Deputies seek road rage driver who led officers on pursuit last week across areas of Boise, Meridian and ending in Kuna.…

City Council Notes

The May 7, 2013 Kuna City Council meeting was called to order at 7 p.m.  with all council members except Richard Cardoza present. With no old business or citizen’s reports…

Five Things to Look for When Choosing a Dentist

(StatePoint) Choosing a dentist can be daunting. How do you know if your dentist is up-to-date with the latest technologies? That he or she has been keeping up on the latest in…

Pay Dirt The Almighty Tomato

By Mark Barnes The average last frost date in our area is about May 10 and I’m having a hard time seeing any snow on Shafer Butte. Furthermore, since Mother’s…

Kuna True Value Hardware

Kuna Hardware has been one of the oldest businesses on Main Street since the early 1950’s.…

Kuna to Hold Annual Clean-Up Project

J & M Sanitation, City of Kuna, Ada County and Pacific Steel and Recycling are sponsoring the Kuna Clean-Up Project on Saturday May 11. …

Mustangs lose 2-1 to New Plymouth Pilgrims

Mustangs lose 2-1 to New Plymouth Pilgrims

In the second game of their  district tournament, Melba lost to New Plymouth Pilgrims 2-1. …

Distinguished Young Women

Distinguished Young Women

Melba Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program was held Saturday May 4. The top three finishers were: 2nd Runner-Up Valentina Brown, DYW winner Kara Leavitt and 1st Runner-Up Jolene Engle.…