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Levy Fails to Pass

Voters in Ada and Canyon County within the Kuna School District voted down a continuation of the 2-year supplemental levy for $3.19 million additional funding.…

February’s Rain Eases Drought Fears

With a higher than normal rainfall in February, fears of a dry summer have been lessened. Idaho mountain snowpack levels are now ranging from 90 to 120 percent of normal.…

Melba’s Superintendant Officially Files

Two candidates have officially filed to run for State Superintendent including Melba’s superintendent Andy Grover, a republican. He joins Sherri Ybarra from Mountain Home on the ballot. Three more candidates…

Jump Creek Temporarily Closed

 The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Owyhee Field Office has temporarily closed the Jump Creek Recreation site during a road reconstruction project from March 24 to May 19, 2014.  Jump…

New Stop Signs at Deer Flat & Ten Mile

Drivers may have noticed new stop signs at Ten Mile Road and Deer Flat Road recently. At least, we hope they’ve seen them. This busy intersection recently was modified with…

Kuna Coach Lee Leslie to Leave for Hawaii

Kuna Coach Lee Leslie to Leave for Hawaii

  Kuna’s high school football coach will leave for Hawaii where he will take over the head coaching position with Kahuku High School as reported in the Honolulu Star Advertiser.…

Two Idaho correctional facilities get new wardens

  The Idaho Department of Correction has named new wardens for two correctional facilities in the South Boise Correctional Complex. Keith Yordy will serve as warden of Idaho State Correctional…

Kuna Police Blotter: February 23-March 2

This police blotter is a record of dispatches to the Kuna police. The incidents called in and reported are not necessarily a record of the actual incident as it occurred.…

Illegal Vehicle Buy Leads to Employee Discipline

  The Ada County Highway District – after learning of an employee purchasing a surplus ACHD Commuteride van at a public auction in clear and knowing violation of state law…

Irrigation Canals Flowing, But Not for Farming Yet

 After what has been the fourth wettest February in Idaho since records have been kept, the water outlook for southern Idaho has gone from bleak to almost normal. Although irrigation…