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Updated: July 26, 2017 @ 7:55 pm
In what it says is to reduce voter fraud, the federal government is asking the secretary of state in each state — including Idaho’s Secretary of State Lawerence Denney — to send copies of their voter registration files. This includes information such as party registration, the last four digi…
This summer at Living Hope Kuna United Methodist Church we’re celebrating the “Elements of Faith” with a worship series that looks at fire, air, water and earth as they appear in scripture and in our daily lives. With each element we’re also practicing a simple spiritual discipline. During t…
Every Fourth of July Melba is invaded by at least 10,000 people who come to watch the parade and enjoy the fireworks. For a brief minute, when the parade is going by, you might glimpse a person perched in a select vehicle with a sign that says “Citizen of the Year” or “Grand Marshal.”
Many families were able to enjoy a wonderful family-together day this 4th of July. The day is designed to celebrate our independence from the rule of monarchy.
“When one does a thing, it appears good, otherwise one would not write it. Only later comes reflection, and one discards or accepts the thing. Time is the best censor, and patience a most excellent teacher.” — Frederic Chopin
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” — African Proverb
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…
“Trust is earned when actions meet words.”
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.
Those of us of a certain age remember the “domino theory,” which said we had to fight Communism in Southeast Asia, or the countries, like dominoes, would each topple to the Red Menace. But the Idaho Legislature is going through a different kind of domino toppling.