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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…

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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.

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KUNA — Two fun events took place in Kuna and in Boise where many residents enjoyed time together and for each other.

This is the story of two friends who have joined the Kuna Farmers Market as vendors. Clay McGlothlin and Zach Jones have been friends since childhood with similar goals but different stories. With the help of family, friends and your help, they will hopefully reach their goals.

KUNA — The Kuna Chamber of Commerce announced the Firehouse Pizzeria and Grill will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new location on May 12.

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MELBA — The Melba Valley Museum will open for the 2017 season on Saturday, May 6. The museum will be open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays through October, as well as July 4, following the Melba Olde Tyme Fourth of July parade, according to a museum press release.

KUNA — Every year for 26 years Sherri Russell and her family hold the big Kuna Easter Egg Hunt at Kuna High School as a free event for families.

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KUNA — April 2017 has been declared Grange Month and the Kuna Grange is inviting the community members to learn more about its purpose, its programs and activities while helping them recognize the Kuna Police and Fire Departments, a Kuna School Teacher, and Community Citizen of the Year.

n Kuna City Council: 6 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of each month at City Hall, 751 W. Fourth St., Kuna.

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KUNA — It may have been junk to one person, but quirky collectibles became treasures to others while they shopped at the first Kuna Country Flea Market on April 1.

n Kuna City Council: 6 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of each month at City Hall, 751 W. Fourth St., Kuna.

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n Kuna City Council: 6 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of each month at City Hall, 751 W. Fourth St., Kuna.

KUNA — After the success of the first Punk in the Park concert, Kuna teen Nathan Burr, 16, is bringing twice as many bands to Bernie Fisher Memorial Park to play live.

KUNA — Ryan Crawford, 6, is a sleepy child lately. While his two sisters and his older brother enjoy playing video games and goofing around together, he sleeps quietly, curled up on the couch. His mother, Jessica Crawford, from Kuna, said when he is awake and has energy, Ryan is a clown.

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KUNA — Kody Newton, 35, is best friends with his nephew Bryan Newton, who is 34. The two grew up together and were friends throughout college when they started making goofy home movies. So when Bryan Newton’s 9-year-old son, Jace Newton, was diagnosed with a brain tumor, it affected the whol…

KUNA — Fathers and their daughters took over the dance floor on Saturday, March 4, at the Kuna High School Gym as a party of the annual Kuna Daddy Daughter Dance.

KUNA — Dancing, singing, flag twirling, speeches and more will be performed on stage at Kuna High School during the sixth annual Kuna Distinguished Young Women Awards.

KUNA — Calling all crafters, artists and vendors: The city of Kuna is looking for participants in the spring art show held in May.

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MELBA — Joe Jackson, former National Football League defensive end for two popular teams, will speak at Melba Valley Worship Center.

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On Dec. 3 the Kuna Chamber of Commerce hosted Kuna's Down Home Country Christmas. The parade was fun, the tree was lit, but one of the most popular parts was the free children's fair held at the Fourth Street Gym in Kuna.

KUNA — The Kuna Chamber of Commerce held an essay contest for Kuna students from kindergarten through 12th grade. The topic: “The Grinch is ready to steal all the Christmas presents, write a letter to the Grinch explaining to him why he should change his mind.”

MELBA — The Tower Theater in Melba was filled with beautiful songs provided by 23 students in fourth through sixth grades on Thursday, Nov. 10.

MELBA — Thursday, Nov. 17, is the day to come support Melba High School’s Business Professionals of America chapter during its annual Harvest Dinner.

KUNA — As Makayah Hall, 10, sang “The Star-Spangled Banner,” her voice echoed off the walls of the Kuna High School gymnasium and brought the crowd to tears as she sang the words, “What so proudly we hailed, at the twilight’s last gleaming.”

KUNA — Tricks, treats, goblins, ghouls and witches all flooded the parking lot of Kuna City Hall on Oct. 29 for the annual Trunk or Treat festivities.

The final Kuna Farmers Market of the year has come and gone. A bittersweet day for vendors as we look forward to relaxing on Friday evenings and sleeping in a bit on Saturday mornings.