Current Events

Current Events

June is LGBT+ Pride Month

For centuries LGBT+ people have faced oppression simply for being who they are. We have this idea that LGBT+  people are not still oppressed, but gay marriage only became legal in America in 2015. The Netherlands, the first country in the world legalize gay marriage, only legalized it in 2001. So it's only been 16 years since gay people could be  married in the world at all, and it doesn’t seem like that long of a time. But the world is becoming more and more accepting, and we have certain people to thank for that.

Many events are held during the month of June to honor LGBT+ history. Such as the Lesbian and gay city festival in Berlin, World pride in Toronto, and lastly here in Boise we hold a Boise parade to celebrate along with many other US citizens.

Most people wonder why June? Well June is when the Stonewall Riots happened in Manhattan, on June 28th, 1969. The riots were LGBT+ people held a series of spontaneous events, often violent demonstrations to protest against the raid and calling for the establishment of places that gays and lesbians could be open about their sexual orientation.   

The parade held here in downtown Boise, is an annual parade. On June 13th, LGBT+ people of all ages come to downtown Boise and have a parade, which is about an hour, but the festival is all day.  This event is welcoming to anybody weather you are gay or straight, so please come and support.


New Shops Coming to Kuna

As the city of Kuna keeps growing we keep seeing more and more construction around us.  Well Kuna is actually bringing in some different food places instead of more pizza joints. On Deer flat and Meridian road they are building a new gas station, a Taco Bell, and a neighborhood across the road from Mcdonalds.

As most of us know Enriques is moving locations to the shopping center with Idaho pizza and Hippie Swirl. What will be taking the spot of the old Enriques? Well  a Vietnamese restaurant is moving in.

I’m sure we are all still wondering about the movie theater that was supposed to be joining us in the summer of 2017. Well supposedly the plan is still a go for that, but when? No clue. Well that concludes the latest news on whats coming to Kuna.

April's Poetry Contest Winners!

Starting April 1st this year, National Poetry Month 2018 took place where writers took the opportunity to share their ideas and truly write their hearts out. During the month, the Kuna High School held a poetry competition that many students in the school participated in. We would like to thank everyone who submitted their masterpieces and congratulate the winners.

Read more: April's Poetry Contest Winners!

Summer Time Fun

Summer is one of the most active and bustling time of the year; where children are out of school and hanging about the city, days are longer and nights are shorter causing for an abundant amount of activity time and when people make the most significant changes in their lives. According to a poll done by, 25% of Americans say that summer is their favourite season throughout the entire year. This is the time of year when most outdoor activities take place and when many people are most active, however, a large group of people, specifically teens, stay indoors throughout the summer.. According to a survey where approximately 100 Kuna High School students were asked how much time they spend indoors during the summer, 67.4% of them claimed that after the first month out of school, they spent most of their time indoors due to having nothing else to do with their time off. Because it is such a widespread issue, here is a list of many activities that children, teenagers, and even adults and grandparents can do with their friends and family throughout the season to help them get out of the house and into the summer sun:

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Joining FFA and Attending the Trip to Moscow

The FFA organization is more than a club for young farmers and agriculturists to gain more knowledge and skills related to the agriculture industry of America. It’s a community that stretches nationwide and includes people from various backgrounds and strives to help students develop necessary qualities of leadership which individuals should always possess.

Read more: Joining FFA and Attending the Trip to Moscow