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KUNA — After voters passed a $40 million bond and a $5 million levy for the Kuna school district, officials are in the works to make promised improvements.

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KUNA — A proposed $40 million bond and a proposed $5 million levy from the Kuna school district passed, with higher numbers than expected, on election night.

KUNA — The Kuna City Council approved a proposed subdivision that would bring over 400 new homes to Columbia Road between Ten Mile Road and Linder Road.

Early voting for the March 14 election starts Monday in Ada County. Voters from any part of the county may vote at any of the county's early voting locations, according to an Ada County press release.

KUNA — With the March election in its sights, the Kuna School District Board of Trustees is now thinking about strategy for convincing voters to approve a $40 million bond and a smaller, separate bond valued at $2.5 million.

KUNA — Kuna school district board trustees voted Tuesday to put a $40 million bond and $2.5 million supplemental levy before voters in March, sending what some trustees called a clear message that they are ready to fight on behalf of Kuna students now and in the future.

BOISE — Ada County added two new polling locations for residents who wish to participate in early voting for the November election.

KUNA — Faraway early voting locations in Ada County might keep some Kuna residents from taking advantage of opportunities to vote ahead of Election Day. But on Oct. 27, a new type of polling place is bringing early voting to Kuna.

KUNA — The Kuna Public Library Board of Directors is planning to place the $3.9 million bond that was voted down in May on the November ballot.

KUNA — Anne Hankins has watched the Kuna Public Library grow since 1993. What once was a library with a small number of books in a spare room at Kuna High School is now looking to expand to shelve over 84,000 books, host 40 programs and have access to multiple public utility rooms.

The May 17 primary is quickly approaching. There is only one contested position up for election on the ballot for District 22.