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Big Development Planned for NW Corner Kuna & Meridian Roads

  by Mark Barnes Plans have been submitted to Kuna Planning and Zoning for a major development on the northwest corner of Kuna Road and Meridian Road. Also known as…

Kuna Irrigation Water to Run Dry

Residents who use irrigation water from the city of Kuna may see ditches and pipes run dry by mid summer unless action is taken by the city to ration. Janice…

City Council Update

  Called to order promptly at 7 p.m. the city council quickly adopted the consent agenda which included a resolution authorizing Mayor Nelson to execute a lease agreement with Henry…

Weekend Back-Pack Angels!

Weekend Back-Pack Angels!

Community volunteers; Christine, Shannon, Betty, Ann & Amber with Emma in front… preparing weekend back-pack kits to send home with Kuna children who are food insecure on weekends. The Back-Pack…

Melba Youth Serve Community

Melba Youth Serve Community

In the month of April the Cub Scouts of Melba served the community greater than they may realize. Melba Cub Scouts Pack #241, which is led by Cub Scout Master…

Police Officer and Dog Serve Community

Police Officer and Dog Serve Community

On April 25, Officer Heather Leavell and her K9 came to the Melba Cub Scout’s pack meeting. A Pack meeting is a gathering that is held monthly for all the…

Kuna Fire Chief Up a Creek…

Kuna Fire Chief Up a Creek…

  Organizes water rescue training for local emergency providers Fourteen Kuna Rural Fire District Firefighters/EMS personnel and four Kuna Police Department deputies participated in water rescue training in Indian Creek…

Kuna High School Scholarships & Awards

Kuna High School Scholarships & Awards

  There has been a lot of talk recently regarding the Go On campaign in Idaho. This is an effort to get high school students to “Go On” to college…

Kuna High School has 3-Way Tie for Valedictorian

For 2013, Kuna High School has a three-way tie for valedictorian.…

Planting Trees

About 80–6th graders from Ross Elementary walked down to Nicholson Pond in Sego Prairie Subdivision from their school to take part in the planting of a pine tree in which…