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Ridleys to Open Saturday

The new Ridley’s will open with a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, December 14.…

School Bus Safety Questioned After Crash

By Mark Barnes In the wake of last Thursday’s school bus crash, questions were raised in local media about school bus safety. Primarily, the issue is whether or not school…

Service Dogs Comfort Students

By Mark Barnes   Monday and Tuesday service dogs visited Crimson Point Elementary sixth grade classes to give comfort to students who lost one of their classmates in last Thursday’s…

Kuna FFA Fall Report

By Elizabeth Reynolds, Chapter Reporter   Recently, Louisville, Kentucky hosted the 86th annual National FFA convention. This convention consists of career and college fairs, leadership workshops, sessions put on by…

Crafty Critters Fall 2013 Report

By Hannah Smith & Cara Gonzales, Interim Public Relations Liaisons   Fall has been a busy season for the Crafty Critters 4H members.  Some activities this fall have included Rake up…

Natural Ways to Stay Healthy this Season

While you’re probably already accustomed with conventional ways of looking and feeling your best, this winter, consider more natural approaches to health and wellness.…

Winter Wellness Tips

Cooler temperatures often bring along the season’s sniffles and colds. With a few winter wellness tips, you can prepare for a happier and healthier season, regardless of your budget, with…

Operation Decoration

Operation Decoration

On December 2, 2013 sixth graders from Reed and Teed Elementary Schools in Kuna participated in Kuna’s Second Annual Operation Decoration. This tradition began last year with Reed’s sixth graders. …

Gift Basket Auction to benefit Martinez Family

Nearly two weeks ago the Melba community lost one of its young student athletes, Nick Martinez, in an accident.  In efforts to help support and uplift the Martinez family, the…

Winners of the UPRR Safety Campaign Poster contest – A Message from Kuna Mayor Greg Nelson

One of the strengths of Kuna is, and always has been, the involvement of our young people as the city moves forward in population and achievement.…