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Technology Enters Kuna Classrooms through a teacher

By Karri Keller Ashleigh Jensen, Kuna School Districts’ Education Technology Specialist; has been named a STAR Discovery Educator by Discovery Education. …

Dynamite Performances at the Spring Review

By Jill Richardson The place to be on Saturday night in Melba was the high school for the annual Spring Review.…

Car Accident Claims Life of Melba Man

Car Accident Claims Life of Melba Man

By Jill Richardson According to Idaho State Police, on Friday evening, April 5, around 8 p.m. Benjamin Morse, 23, and his 13 year old sister Bethany Morse, both of Melba,…

Boise Man Presumed Drowned at Swan Falls

Last Thursday, April 4, a 48-year-old Boise man swimming downstream from Swan Falls Dam on the Snake River with three other adult friends disappeared around 8 p.m.…

Deer Flat Plan Available for Final Comments

By Mark Barnes The Deer Flat Wildlife Refuge recently released the third draft of the Comprehensive Conservation Plan and Environmental Impact Statement.…

Craig Campbell Comes to Kuna

By Bobbi Prentice Singer/songwriter Craig Campbell comes to Kuna Friday April 12th.…

Dispose of Unused Prescription Drugs Properly

(StatePoint) What do you do with your unused prescription pills and over-the-counter medications? Do you throw them away? Flush them down the toilet? Simply leave them in your cabinet for…

Pay Dirt – A Gardener’s Column

By Mark Barnes As my thumb turns a deeper shade of green this time of year I spend a lot of time in the nurseries scanning the seed racks and…

Business Spotlight – J&M Sanitation

When it comes to garbage J&M Sanitation knows its business. The company was started nearly 40 years ago by Jack and Marge Richardson, which is where the J&M comes from,…

10th Annual Cowboy Trail Ride and Fun Run

Members of the Wilson Butte 4-H club are planning their 10th Annual Cowboy Trail Ride and Fun Run Saturday, April 27.…