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Updated: July 26, 2017 @ 7:55 pm
Cub Scout Pack 106 held its July flag retirement ceremony the evening of Thursday, July 20.
Usually, the Kuna Farmers Market closes for Kuna Days. The vendors have enjoyed one Saturday to relax and sleep in at the midpoint of the market season.
The Kuna Library would like to thank everyone that came out to the Summer Reading programs this summer.
KUNA — There’s a wood-framed black sandwich sign in front of the Arlene building with the words “Open Big Mic’s.”
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Back in 1942, Grant Knapp’s father came to Nampa and spent the winter with a friend. Then he went back to Michigan and moved the family to the farm he bought in Melba.
The Melba High School class of 1957 met on Saturday, July 15 at the Melba City park for a potluck dinner on the occasion of their 60th anniversary of graduation.
The Kuna Library would like to congratulate Evie Williams, our June Kuna Klues winner.
2 mile walk results
There may only be two weeks left of the Summer Reading Program, but that doesn’t mean that the fun is over yet.
Back about 12 years ago, I joined the Kuna Farmers Market to help advertise my nursery, Rustic Gardens. That first Saturday, I talked my mom into helping me.
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There is a bit of British flare at the Kuna Farmers Market.
The Summer Reading theme this year is Build a Better World. To go along with this theme, the Kuna Library is collecting food this summer for the Kuna Food Bank. Donations can be dropped off at the library any time during regular business hours.
Sage Moore, of Kuna, will perform with the Seattle Cascades drum corps at Kuna High School Stadium to perform its 2017 production in competition on July 11.
The 26th annual Melba 4th of July Fun Run is a tradition in Melba.
KUNA — Sitting in a lawn chair on the emerald green grass of her front yard, gazing out toward Stroebel Road, Lavender Merchant Marie Willis sees purple buds on her English lavender, but her lavadin lavender is still green.
The Kuna Library would like to congratulate Asher Graham, our May Kuna Klues winner.
My first 4th of July in Melba, over 40 years ago, was certainly different from any I had experienced before. My favorite memory was of the potluck community luncheon held on the American Legion Hall’s lawn. Almost everyone in our small community attended. Everyone brought one or two dishes t…
Cynthia Shipley’s father heard about a class at the Fusions Glass Studio in Eagle and invited her to try it. She took the class, had fun and went back.
Activities for the week of June 26-30
We have had a great start to our summer, but the fun isn’t over yet.
The Kaveman Kritters 4-H Club has been doing lots besides their projects.
It is with mixed emotions we announce that Sue Oswald will be retiring from U.S. Bank after 38 years of service.
Dennis Agajanian, world-renowned guitar player, will perform a free concert in the Bernie Fisher Park Bandshell 7:30 p.m. on Friday, June 23.
MELBA — The 4th of July is two weeks away, and Melba Olde Tyme 4th of July volunteers feel the date is approaching all too quickly.
Menus June 19-23
KUNA — Ride For Hope’s annual charity bicycle ride returns June 24.
Our Summer Reading Program is here! If you missed signup week it is not too late. Just stop by the library to sign up and get your reading log.
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Kuna Farmers Market vendors often amaze one with their ingenuity and dedication.
The Summer Food Service Program is coming to the Kuna Farmers Market on June 10.
Menus for week of June 12-16:
Our Summer Reading Program is here! If you missed signup week it is not too late. Stop by the library to sign up and get your reading log. Prizes can be claimed Monday through Saturday during business hours. The last day to claim prizes will be Aug. 5.
KUNA — June will be a busy month for personnel from Fish and Game’s McCall and Nampa hatcheries as they will be releasing more than 89,000 catchable-sized rainbow trout throughout Idaho, including two locations in Kuna.
Six years go, Elizabeth Edwards and her family moved into her grandfather’s trailer house. They called it their Tin Can Cottage. They have renovated their home but the name stuck. When Liz first move to Kuna, her mom brought her to the Kuna Farmers Market and said she needed to sell her item…
Some days, like this last Saturday morning, setting up for the market can be a challenge. With frost on the grass and on my shoes, I longed to be cuddling in a warm bed.Bless our dedicated market vendors, they bundled up and come despite the weather.
KUNA — After a successful first year, Kuna Punk in the Park doubled the music and crowd size on May 13 at Bernie Fisher Memorial Park.