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Melba Historical Society Hosts Swayne Museum Lecture

By Jill Richardson The Melba Historical Society presented a lecture this month by Betty Swayne Keith, daughter of Dr. Swayne, who gave a presentation about Walter’s Ferry and the Swayne…

The Kuna Herald April 12th, 1963

Norman Cole Hurt By Enraged Boar Norman Cole Route 1 farmer was painfully injured Saturday morning at his farm wile trying to load a large boar into a trailer so the animal could be taken…

It’s Official!

It’s Official!

Stephen Rinaldi officially became the New Kuna Fire Chief after being “pinned” by his wife Kelly Rinaldi at the Kuna Rural Fire District monthly meeting Wednesday April 10th, 2013.…

Fun Run off to a Fast Start

Fun Run off to a Fast Start

Kuna Education Foundation hosted their first annual Fun Run last Saturday at the Kuna Middle School track with 62 participants.…

Kuna’s Kaylee Pearson Walks for MS

Kuna’s Kaylee Pearson Walks for MS

When 13-year old Kaylee Pearson from Kuna is asked what Walk MS means to her she is not shy in telling people.…

City Council Meeting Notes

The Kuna City Council met on April 16, 2013 to discuss regular city business.…

Kuna School District receives 21st Century Learning Centers Grant

The Kuna School District received one of only fifteen 21st Century Learning Centers Grants awarded statewide.…

Meridian Teen Arrested for Multiple Threats

While the news last week seemed to explode mid-day on Thursday with multiple bomb threats to local high schools, followed by threats to businesses including Target and Walmart in the…

Melba Teen Speaks in Congress

By Mark Barnes Last week Samantha Rodriguez experienced something most Americans never dream of doing.…

Canyon County Sheriff Talks School Safety Plans

By Jill Richardson Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue isn’t usually one to sit around and wait for things to happen. Despite the legislature’s failure to pass a bill that would…