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Congressman Labrador Announces Staff Changes

Major changes to Congressman Raúl Labrador’s staff were announced on Monday after seeing eight of his top staffers move on to other jobs or be fired during the last year.…

Idaho CAPP Ranked #1

Idaho CAPP Ranked #1

(KUNA, Idaho) – Management & Training Corporation (MTC) which operates the Idaho Correctional Alternative Placement Program (CAPP) in partnership with the Idaho Department of Corrections has awarded Idaho CAPP the…

Kuna Teacher Gets $5000 grant

Smartsheet, a Bellevue, Wash.-based technology company, has announced that it is granting $5,000 each to five Idaho high school math and English teachers,…

Kuna Students Named to South West Idaho Middle School Band and Choirs

Memorial Day Ceremony

by Todd Larkin On 27 May, 2013, the American Legion Riders conducted a Memorial Day ceremony at the Kuna Cemetery.…

Service Projects Keep Kaveman Kritters Busy

by Emily Blattner, Kaveman  Kritters 4-H Reporter This spring, the Kaveman Kritters 4-H Club has been helping clean-up Kuna…

Business Spotlight – Stubbs Realty

Stubbs Realty would like to introduce Jeff Miller as the new broker for their Kuna office.…

Kuna Population tops 16,000

Kuna Population tops 16,000

by Mark Barnes The 2012 population estimates for cities across America were released by the U.S. Census last week which continued to show Idaho populations moving away from small, rural…

Irrigation Water to be Turned Off for One Week

by Mark Barnes The city of Kuna will be turning off irrigation water for one week beginning Wednesday, May 29.…

2013 Crime Down So Far

Outgoing Kuna Police Chief Kody Aldritch presented the April crime report at the city council meeting on May 14, 2013. He announced that year-to-date, crime is down in Kuna.…