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Updated: July 20, 2017 @ 4:55 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.”
I’m still sunburned, but it was worth it.
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
I’d like to revive some familiar features in Kuna Melba News.
Through the years I have commented on the negative aspects of growing old. There have also been some positive opportunities that have amazed me and I am always astonished.
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” — African Proverb
Ana Paz and Enrique Contreras own Kuna’s well-known Mexican restaurant Enrique’s, which brings people to dine from nearby communities. Enrique’s is generally what outsiders think of first when it comes to Kuna, from their community service to their tasty tacos.