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2014 KUNA CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES

2014 KUNA CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES

QUESTIONS: What is your motivation to run for Kuna City Council? 2014 is Kuna’s 150th anniversary. Where do you see Kuna headed as it progresses through the next 10, 25,…

Making a Commitment for Health Change in Idaho

By Zelda Geyer-Sylvia   The statistics are all too familiar: one in three Idaho children are obese or overweight. Children are eating unhealthy foods that are loaded with sugar and…

Kuna Band

By Mackenzie Thomas   THE Kuna Gold Band and Guard hosted the inaugural Kuna Marching Invitational on Saturday October 26th. Bands Melba, Cambridge, Ontario, Meridian, Skyview, Middleton, Rocky Mountain, Boise…

Noodling Around in Melba

What happens when a community tradition is in jeopardy?  Someone steps us to save the day!  That’s what happened recently in Melba, when Heidi Stirm stepped up to take over…

BBB Warns Seniors of Social Security Phone Calls

Callers ask for bank account numbers; Don’t give out information   By Robb Hicken   Better Business Bureau serving the Snake River Region is warning seniors to never give out…

TEN MILE COMMUNITY CHURCH -TRUNK OR TREAT!

TEN MILE COMMUNITY CHURCH -TRUNK OR TREAT!

Kuna Designates Bike Paths Throughout City

By Mark Barnes   This is the third in a series highlighting the recreational improvement projects the city of Kuna has been working on.   A few months ago a committee…

ACHD Presents Overpass Findings to Kuna City Council

Jeff Lowe from Ada County Highway District presented to the Kuna City Council at the last city council meeting the findings from the latest public input regarding the Kuna overpass.…

Melba Election Guide

Melba Election Guide

By Madge Wylie The cities in Idaho will be voting for mayors and council people on Oct. 5, 2013. Melba will be doing the same. For the first time in…

Kuna Band Traditions

By Mackenzie Thomas   One tradition that began last year was the “Eyes With Pride” ritual. Last year, our drum majors began this tradition. At the end of a rehearsal…