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Draper gets in on the Plans

Draper gets in on the Plans

By Jill Richardson   Jared Draper, 38, was appointed as the Melba Planning and Zoning Impact Area Commissioner at the April City Council meeting. Draper is the owner of Advanced…

Drug Take Back

Drug Take Back

Last Saturday Ada County Sheriff’s Office and the DEA collected two boxes of unused or expired medication from the Paul’s Market location in Kuna. In addition, the Ada County Sheriff’s…

No Change to Plans for Gateway West Routes through Kuna and Melba

By Mark Barnes   The Bureau of Land Management has issued the final draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Gateway West Transmission Line and has made no changes to…

Melba Mayor to Resign

By Jill Richardson   Melba Mayor Doug Sturges has accepted a position as the new LDS Institute Director and Coordinator of Seminaries in Norman, Oklahoma at Oklahoma University and will…

Not just another American Drinking Holiday

A few years ago, on a vacation to a Mexican resort town, I took my kids for an afternoon adventure of horseback riding and swimming beneath a beautiful waterfall. During the…

Color Me Green

Many people experience some scalp discomfort while getting their hair dyed or permed. Frequently this is caused by harsh chemicals, most notably ammonia.…

Pay Dirt – A Gardener’s Column

There are those that garden organically and there are those that garden chemically. I have done both in the past and currently, I have evolved into a gardener that gardens…

Say Cheese!

By Bobbi Prentice   In 2007 the Cassie and Asaf Dayan’s bought five acres in Kuna so they could make goat cheese.…

Paul’s Market will be participating in “Drug Take-back” Saturday 27th, 2013 10-2 pm

From a flyer we received from Ada Country Sheriff Office:   Got Drugs? Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal Saturday, April 27th, 2013 from 10am -2pm.…

Out with the Old for Melba Clean-Up Day

By Jill Richardson After 26 years, a lot of trash has been hauled out of Melba, and on Saturday, April 27, residents can have a whole lot more be taken…