November 25th is a day that will be forever engraved into our minds; that is the day that we were given the most difficult news that we as parents have ever had to face.

With winter now officially begun — and with memories of last year’s relentless snowfall and icy weather still fresh in all our minds — it’s a good time for us all to take a deep breath and prepare for what’s coming.

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The family of Gayle Hodges would like to acknowledge their appreciation to so many that sent flowers, cards and furnished food to their luncheon and also brought food to their homes. Many thank to all the phone calls as well. It helped them in their time of loss.

I was extremely surprised to read the article reporting that Kuna made the Top 10 Snobbiest City in Idaho list.  My husband and I moved to Kuna in August from a small town in Eastern Washington.  We have been very happy with our choice to move here.   Everyone has has been extremely friendly…

The volunteers at the Bargain Den would like to start the new year right by a long time overdue thank you to the owners of the building Mike and Myrna Fisher. We have been able to help our community as well as Melba, the American Legion, Alzheimer’s Association, various churches, schools and…

The Melba 3rd Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints would like to thank everybody who participated in our first ever Community Share Event associated with Christmas in Melba. It was a great success. A special thank you to: Bargain Den Volunteers who donated a whole truck loa…

I just wanted to thank all the students and staff at Kuna High School for the amazing Veterans Day Assembly.  I served four years in the Navy deploying twice to the Tonkin Gulf off Viet Nam.  After discharge from the Navy I joined the Idaho Air National Guard and served twenty eight years wi…

If I recall properly from the article in the Kuna Melba News, the Kuna City Council decided to close the “BMX” track at the west end of town because it was an “eyesore.” Now we can happily gaze upon a small grassy area with two trees, mounds of dirt turning into mud, four metal culverts and …

Well, Zeke, your September 23, KMN editorial was the most unintelligible piece I have ever read.  Did the editorial come from a fill in the blanks fairy tale?  I certainly could not relate to anything that was said.  Maybe one has to be a progressive liberal to follow the thought process.

The headlines ripped across the Web after the Supreme Court affirmed that credits apply in states that have either federal or state exchanges: “Republicans, Stunned by the Supreme Court, Plot Next Anti-Obamacare Moves,” “GOP Must Plan For Obamacare’s Demise,” and “John Boehner Doesn’t Have a…