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“Your Inheritance is Just Waiting” – “Fill Out the Form and We’ll Get Back to Ya”

By Robb Hicken, Better Business Bureau’s Chief Storyteller   Roots. Most people like to know who they are, who their parents were, and their parents’ parents, their parents’ parents’ parents,…

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I read the letter from Andy Arledge regarding feral cats and the Catch Neuter Return program proposed in the July 17th issue of your publication. I wish to…

ON THE EDGE OF COMMON SENSE – Horses Good As Gold

By Baxter Black, DVM Some horses are as good as gold. They take care of kids just learning, old cowgirls with osteoporosis, cowboys of any age who should have a…

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, Feral cats are of the domestic cat species, but are not socialized to people. They live among their own in “colonies,” and unless neutered, those colonies grow.…

Kitchen table politics – Sharon Fisher

Kitchen table politics – Sharon Fisher

Before electricity became universal, some farms produced their own electricity using systems like windmills. Now, whether out of concern for the environment, self-sufficiency, or wanting to plan for the future,…

ON THE EDGE OF COMMON SENSE – Dumb But Useful

ON THE EDGE OF COMMON SENSE – Dumb But Useful

By Baxter Black, DVM The pastor was making a point Sunday morning. He said, “Even God’s dumbest creatures can be useful.”…

ON THE EDGE OF COMMON SENSE – Take A Left At Confusion

ON THE EDGE OF COMMON SENSE – Take A Left At  Confusion

By Baxter Black, DVM Dally is a cattle buyer who lives in Colorado. He had spent a week in Illinois looking at confinement feeder operations and was heading home for…

Veterans corner – By Tom Lynam, Kuna VFW Post 7019

Veterans corner – By Tom Lynam, Kuna VFW Post 7019

Any occasion that you take a moment or two and reflect on our nations fallen heroes is time well spent. We all owe them a debt of gratitude and admiration…

EDITOR’S NOTE – We’re Poets and We Didn’t Know It

EDITOR’S NOTE – We’re Poets and We Didn’t Know It

I know I keep mentioning it, on our Facebook page and in last week’s editor’s note, but we have an exciting new column in the paper. Baxter Black, America’s most famous…

Melba is a Town of Celebrations

Melba is a Town of Celebrations

In 1963 Melba was already 50 years old and the State of Idaho was celebrating the Centennial of its becoming a Territory. Not to be outdone, Melba planned a big…