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Chipped Off Drivers angry about ‘failed seal coat’ on Meridian Road

  Chipped, cracked and even smashed. Across Kuna, drivers are looking at dinged-up paint, windshields that need replacing, and – in at least one case – a smashed window, all…

Parade Lights Up the Night

Idaho Operation Lifesaver, part of an international organization aimed at raising awareness and improving railroad crossing safety, makes its way along the parade route in downtown Kuna on Saturday. The…

Christmas Event Brings a Bit of ‘Whoville’ to Melba

  About 300 residents and visitors spent time listening to choirs sing, petting Clyde the Camel, seeing the meaning of Christmas come to life in the nativity scene, exploring the…

Reed Students Light Up the Town

Sixth grade students of Reed Elementary School implemented the first annual Operation Decoration, a community service project aimed at decorating Main Street in Kuna for the holiday season each year.…

Kuna Teachers Win Grants

Two local educators, one from Reed Elementary School and another from Falcon Ridge Public Charter School, made the Idaho CapEd Foundation’s list of grant winners for November. Wava Kaufman of…

TTFN Brings Kids Together

That Thing on Friday Night in Melba has been bringing kids from all backgrounds together for a safe drug- and alcohol-free night since 2006. TTFN was created as a healthy…

Windshield damage? Call the contractor

Sierra Nevada Construction, of Sparks, Nev., was the contractor for seal coats on several sections of Idaho roads, including a stretch the Idaho Transportation Department is calling “the failed seal…

Flu Season Gets Early Start

Three influenza-related deaths in Idaho had public health officials urging residents early this week to protect themselves against the flu. With flu season off to an earlier start than in…

Woman Accused of Lewd Conduct

  A Kuna woman was arraigned Monday on charges of engaging in sexual contact with teenage males in her home. …

City Settles Dispute with Flooring Contractor

The City of Kuna expects to get back about 38.5 percent of the money it paid a contractor who, according to Mayor Greg Nelson, made “a real mess” out of…