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Kuna competes at FFA convention

By Mackenzie Peace Kuna FFA Reporter Kuna FFA recently returned from the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana bringing home several awards and high-placing individuals. Early in 2012, Kuna FFA…

Melba senior center asks city for help

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter Board members from the Melba Valley Senior center spoke to the Melba City Council Monday night at the council’s monthly meeting. Senior center…

Melba sees increase in crime

By Jill Richardson Kuna Melba News reporter According to reports from Canyon County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO), both crime and officer presence was up in Melba during October compared to previous…

Kuna ‘Cheapster’ finishes in top ten

University of Idaho junior Rachael Ashley pledged to continue her penny pinching ways after learning she was not chosen “Ultimate Cheapster” in the second season of Zions Bank’s reality web…

Monkey dies after Zoo Boise break-in

Boise Police are investigating a break-in at Zoo Boise. Shortly after the suspects were spotted by security and ran off, a severely injured monkey was found. The animal has since…

Toys for Tots sign-up ends Nov. 30

American Legion Post 142 in Kuna will be accepting applications for the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots through Nov. 30. Families who may need a little help providing gifts…

A veteran’s dream comes true

During Friday’s Veterans Day Assembly, Kuna WWII veteran George H. Jones presented the high school with a special memorial flag in honor of two friends who didn’t make it home…

KHS rife with Veterans Day emotion

For Sami Drollinger, nothing says love like the arms of her big brother. That, anyway, seemed clear to anyone standing nearby last Friday when the Kuna High junior came around…

Talk to kids about drugs, but listen, too

By Jessica Galloway Director, Kuna Alcohol and Drug Free Youth You can help your child navigate through all of the mixed messages and misinformation about drug and alcohol abuse. Check out…

Idaho teachers get $38 million

State issues pay-for-performance bonuses despite Prop 2 repeal, but many Kuna and Melba educators left in the cold. Some $38 million in so-called pay-for-performance bonuses will find its way into…