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Community Prayer Breakfast

On May 1, 2014, Kuna will hold the first Kuna Community Prayer Breakfast at the Kuna Event Center on 4th Street from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. The city feels…

City Council Update for April

 The last two Kuna city council meetings were business as usual. In both meetings the annual renewals of alcohol licenses continues and were approved unanimously in the consent agendas.…

Kuna Police Blotter: April 6-13, 2014

This police blotter is a record of dispatches to the Kuna police. The incidents called in and reported are not necessarily a record of the actual incident as it occurred.…

The Apples to Apples Truth about School Finances: Part I – Expenses

By Mark Barnes Brochures, flyers, signs and gossip are circulating around in the community regarding school district funding and spending. There are a lot of numbers being said. Some of…

Congressional Race: Ringo-Equal Pay Must Remain a Congressional Priority

     April 10, Moscow, Idaho – Representative Shirley Ringo, Democratic Party candidate for Idaho’s  1st Congressional District and a 14-year veteran of the Idaho legislature, said today that the…

Crapo Calls On The IRS To Stop Stifling Free Speech

Senate Finance Republicans urge IRS Commissioner to halt proposed rule Washington, D.C. – Idaho Senator Mike Crapo joined his Republican colleagues on the Senate Finance Committee to call on Internal…

Idaho Superintendent’s Race: Andy Grover Garnering Support from Fellow School Superintendents for State Schools Chief Job

Boise, Idaho – The Republican candidate for State Schools Superintendent Andy Grover today announced a growing list of support from fellow Idaho school district superintendents in his quest for the…

Congressional Race: Smith Campaign Releases First TV Ad “Earmarks”

  Idaho Falls, ID – Today Bryan Smith’s campaign released its first television ad “Earmarks.” The significant ad buy is running in the Twin Falls and Idaho Falls media markets.…

Governor’s Race: Balukoff Calls NRA Questionaire Biased and Loaded

Believes Idaho government needs independent thinkers  BOISE, Idaho- Democratic gubernatorial candidate A.J. Balukoff announced today that he would not fill out a National Rifle Association candidate questionnaire, calling it “biased…

Police Blotter: March 30 – April 6

This police blotter is a record of dispatches to the Kuna police. The incidents called in and reported are not necessarily a record of the actual incident as it occurred.…