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Safety Rises to Top Priority at Melba Schools

Safety Rises to Top Priority at Melba Schools

    By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter   In the event of a violent incident, the Melba School District currently has no efficient means of communication between all…

LID Lawsuit Settled

By Scott Shiner Kuna Melba News staff writer   Mayor Greg Nelson announced a special City Council meeting to be held Wednesday night to approve and sign the LID lawsuit…

Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run Idaho are seeking volunteer coaches to run its Girls on the Run spring program at Ross Elementary and Teed Elementary in Kuna.  The programs will be…

Firehouse Feeds Firemen for Free

Firehouse Feeds Firemen for Free

By Scott Shiner Kuna Melba News Staff Writer   Last week the Firehouse Pizzeria and Grill opened its doors for a special dinner to feed the Kuna firefighters and police…

Nicole Kirtley Confesses to the Killing of George Richardson Jr.

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter   Sunday morning Canyon County Sheriff’s office reported the arrest of Nicole Lee Kirtley, 34, currently of Melba, in connection with the homicide…

Valentines for Vets

Valentines for Vets

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter   In 1984, Ms. Kate Berrett of Melba went to spend the day with her dad, Sid Proesch, a WW II Army veteran,…

Melba P & Z Consider Rezoning Carrie Rex Avenue

Melba P & Z Consider  Rezoning Carrie Rex Avenue

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News   Melba Planning and Zoning committee began discussions to rezone the downtown area to allow for Mixed Use zoning. The stretch of Carrie Rex…

Melba is Growing Up and Wants Your Involvement

Melba is Growing Up and Wants Your Involvement

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter   The City of Melba has been busy adding more convenient ways to pay for customer bills, preparing for the possibility of a…

College Financial Aid & FAFSA: ‘A Real Pain in the Assets’

College Financial Aid & FAFSA:  ‘A Real Pain in the Assets’

Earning a college education is one of the best investments in your future. Today, college students and their families face a “perfect storm,” meaning that college tuition is climbing, the…

UTC Donated $6500 to Melba Senior Center

  By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter   On Tuesday, after senior breakfast, Bob Proesch of Melba met with Melba Senior Center coordinator Marty Nelson to present a check…