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City of Kuna Wants to Dispel Rumors

By Mark Barnes Rumor control is not often brought up at city council meetings but at the most recent one on June 4, city officials were concerned that a local…

Good News for Irrigators

The Boise Project Board of Control, the body that determines just how much water every water right holder will get in the Treasure Valley, has increased the irrigation allotment set…

Governor Visits Kuna, Shoots PSA

Governor Visits Kuna, Shoots PSA

Governor Butch Otter visited City Councilman Joe Stear’s Kuna Machine Shop last Thursday, June 7, to film a public service announcement. The PSA campaign filmed by Idaho Public Television emphasizes…

Blue Canoe Opens New Bar

By Jill Richardson Debra and Alan Lindner have owned the Blue Canoe in the area known as Guffey, south of the river, on Highway 78 for nearly 30 years. …

Kuna & Melba Gals Compete for Jr. & Sr. Dairy Princesses

The 64th Meridian Dairy Princess Pageants will be held on Tuesday, June 18th at the Hampton Inn and Suites in Meridian, Idaho.…

Blackwood Gospel comes to Melba

By Jill Richardson Doug and Ruth Parsons, of Melba, were in Tucson, Arizona, earlier this year, when they first heard the sounds of the Blackwood Legacy Quartet.…

Ringing Ears Could be Sign of Serious Hearing Problem

(StatePoint) In a world full of noise — from everything from city traffic and lawnmowers to hairdryers and earbuds on personal music devices — hearing problems are a growing issue.…

How You Can Prevent Motion Sickness

(StatePoint) Traveling this season? Whether your dream of the perfect vacation involves sandy beaches, long country drives, cobblestoned streets or endless vineyards, it probably doesn’t include nausea.…

VanSchoiack Retires From Senior Center After Nearly Two Decades

VanSchoiack Retires From Senior Center After Nearly Two Decades

Doris VanSchoiack and Marty Nelson reflect on years spent working together at the center.…

Investigators look into Melba School District obstruction allegations

Investigators look into Melba School District obstruction allegations

by Mark Barnes, Editor, with additional reporting by Jill Richardson  On May 29, the Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue released to the media a letter he had written to the…