What a great turnout we had last week for the Idaho Press-Tribune’s second annual Sports Stars Canyon County Athletic Awards ceremony presented by Saint Alphonsus.

The Ada County Highway District opened a roundabout at the intersection of Linder Avenue and Main Street in downtown Kuna on Friday night. Roundabouts have long been discussed in Kuna, going back to at least 2010.

Looking back at my time in Kuna, I have to honestly say that one of my fondest memories was watching “Back to the Future” with my family in the Kuna city park under the stars as part of Kuna Family Movie Night in the Park. This was back in 2009, so my sons were 7 and 4 years old at the time.…

Idaho Central Credit Union was the first business that signed up to go into the so-called Profile Ridge development at the corner of Deer Flat and Meridian roads.

I’m constantly bombarded by websites that compile lists to grab attention so that I’ll publish their “news” and drive traffic to their site. Usually I ignore them, but the other day one came to me that I found interesting. It compiled a list of the most redneck towns in Idaho. Curious, I too…

I remember a sunny day, late last fall, when we saw a camera crew wandering around Main Street out in front of the Red Eye Saloon and the Longhorn Lounge. Usually media crews are happy to discuss what they’re up to, telling at least a few details about what they're doing. This crew was hush-…

I relish the opportunity to educate people on what journalism is and what it isn’t. It seems that some folks have a really warped sense of the art of news. I enjoyed the response (above) by Mitch Coffman, a man hired to defend any inferred or implied insult upon a political organization such…

I am always amused at the reasons readers give for canceling their subscriptions. Oftentimes, these same readers are usually voracious consumers of the words that we print. Unfortunately, they usually claim that something we printed has offended them or that we violated the precious sanctity…

She came in to the office, clearly hesitant to enter. She wanted to know who wrote the article about Rafael Nava, a 17-year old boy who was charged with rape a few weeks ago in our small town.

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