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Melba School District Focuses on Mastery

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter   The State of the District report was presented by Superintendent Andy Grover, Junior and Senior High Principle Todd Shumway and Elementary Principle…

CWI Scholarships Awarded to Melba Dual Credit Earners

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter   Students enrolled in Idaho Distance Learning Academy can get college credits as they accomplish their high school requirements. The classes offered are…

‘Capital for a Day’ coming to Kuna

    Residents have chance to speak with Idaho Gov. C.L. Butch Otter and other state officials on Jan. 25 By Laura Colvin Kuna Melba news editor   Everything from…

Kuna VFW Post 7019 Recognizes ‘Patriot Pen’ Winners

Each year the VFW has two contests for students in junior high (grades 6-8) and high school (grades 9-12). The junior high contest is called Patriot’s Pen and the high…

Case Selected as Commission Chairman

Ada County Commissioner Dave Case was selected Monday new Chairman of the Board in a vote by his fellow commissioners Monday. Case, who previously served as a Kuna School Board…

Volkers Joins School Board Legislative Committee

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter   Mike Vuittonet from Meridian School Board presented to the Melba School Board on Tuesday with an invitation for a representative of Melba…

Canyon County Acquires Historic Map Rock

The Canyon County Board of Commissioners announced Monday that the county has obtained the historic Map Rock, a 34-acre site approximately six miles from Highway 45 on Map Rock Road…

Foreclosure workshops set for Treasure Valley

The Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division will hold a series of informational presentations in the Treasure Valley on foreclosure issues, Attorney General Lawrence Wasden said today.  Housing Specialist Ramon Hobdey-Sanchez…

Kuna’s Corridor Plan to Be Displayed in Washington, D.C.

A  community planning effort developed by residents and business owners of Kuna, along with the Kuna City Council, the Ada County Highway District (ACHD) and Kittelson & Associates will be on…

Creekside Closing

By Laura Colvin Kuna Melba News editor   Standing at the helm for the City of Kuna is “fun,” compared to the business of owning and operating a restaurant. That’s…