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The Big Show

The Big Show

By Jane Zeyer, Parade Chairman   It all started with a young family, a few left-over fireworks and a worried yet ever supportive mother and wife. This year the Melba…

What Does it take to Make Melba Olde Tyme Fourth of July Happen?

By Jill Richardson   The Melba Fourth of July celebration is a long standing tradition in the Treasure Valley. As a matter of fact, this year the 50th anniversary will…

Business Spotlight – Elite Systems

Elite Systems Elite Systems specializes in servicing, repairing and replacing of furnaces and air conditioners, including warrantee work.…

Kuna’s State Delegates Meet with Governor

Kuna’s State Delegates Meet with Governor

Rachel Brinkley (right) and Aubrey Andrus (not shown) were chosen as Girls State Delegates by the American Legion Auxiliary 142 Kuna for 2013. They received a private meeting with the…

Kuna Woman to Go to China with Peace Corps

By Mark Barnes Aubrey Brinton will be getting on a plane in late June and heading to China.…

Community Youth Drug Meetings Scheduled

By Mark Barnes On Wednesday, June 6, around 25 members of the community including city officials, law enforcement, school administrators, students and members of KADFY (Kuna Alcohol & Drug Free…

Melba Mayor Nominates Successor

By Jill Richardson The Melba City Council met on Monday, June 10,where outgoing Mayor Sturges recommended replacement mayoral candidates when he leaves office in July. …

Major Fish Kill in Kuna Pond

The seagulls had a major feast on dead fish at Sego Prarie Pond last week when hundreds of fish died over the June 8-9 weekend. …

The Chicken or the Egg Doesn’t Matter, the Rules Come First

By Jill Richardson Who would have thought that chickens would not be allowed in the city limits of rural Melba, Idaho?  Not this gal. In fact, they are not allowed…

Kuna Melba News Names Scholarship Winners

Editor’s Note, Kuna Melba News has named Jedd Greenhalgh and Kayelee Farris as the winners of a $500 scholarship for 2013…