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10 - June 2006 Kuna Melba News Kuna Video Must See New Releases Eight Below -- Starring Paul Walker, Bruce Greenwood, Moon Bloodgood, Jason Biggs, and Gerard Plunkett. Strand- ed in Antarctica during the most unforgiving winter on the planet, eight sled dogs must learn to survive together until their guide, Jerry, who will stop at nothing to help his ca- nine friends, can rescue them. Driven by unwavering bonds of friendship and tremendous courage, Jerry and the dogs make an incredible journey to reunite. Another great, family Disney film, Rated PG. Syriana -- Big oil means big money. Very big money. And, that fact unleashes corruption that stretches from Houston to Washington to the Middle East, ensnaring politicos, in- dustrialists, princes, spies, oilfield laborers, and terrorists in a web of move and countermove. George Clooney won an Oscar for his performance in this thriller. Rated Visit Us at 722 IE. Avalon - Kuna 922-4716 Rent Any Game Get the 2nd Game for Half Price (Offer Good Thru June. Not on Tuesdays!) Gari for you anoQt os%qou [ooe Perry Zeyer - Director/Owner 15 years experience 467.-7300 83 N. Midland Blvd Nampa, ID 83651 An independent family-owned establishment serving the Treasure Valley Available 24 hours DELIVERY. TO GO. DINE IN Hours: 11:00 - 9:00 Mon-Fri 726 E. Avalon, Avalon Plaza 4:00 - 9:00 Sat & Sun Mon - Fri 8 - 6 Sat 8 - 5 Snow Melt Snow Shovels Purina Feed Bolts ft Nails NOW MELBA'S INTERSTATE 301 Broadway o.Meiba 495.1126 TWIN FALLS - Idaho high school students who take rigorous classes may be eligible to receive additional Poll Grant money under a new federal law, reported the State Board of Education at its meeting in Twin Falls. State Board members ap- proved criteria forwarded to the Federal Government that will allow Idaho students to take advantage of an addi- tional $2,050 per individual in federal aid. The provision is part of President Bush's Academic Competitiveness Grant Program and allows states to set graduation cri- teria for what is considered =academically rigorous." In order to be eligible for the extra funding, students must take at least the num- ber of credits required by Idaho colleges and universi- ties for admission, including: eight credits of English, six credits of math, five credits of social studies, two cred- its of humanities or foreigu language, and three credits of performing arts or debate. Students must graduate with a 2.0 GPA and take ei- ther the ACT or SAT. In ad- dition, students must be Pell Grant eligible and be first or second year college students. More than 46 percdfit of Ida- ho's college students are Pell eligible. Students who are el- igible will receive $750 their freshman year and $1,300 their sophomore year. Stu- dents who have taken two advanced placement or In- ternational Baccalaureate courses and received a pass- ing score for the tests associ- ated with these courses will also qualify for additional Sending information to the Kuna Melba News via email If you would like to send an ar- ticle via email for submission in the Kuna Melba News you will receive a confirmation that we have received your email. Our emafl address is If you get an 'unable to de- liver' message, please use kunamelbanews@earthlink. net. My Mac can read most files, but I do have trouble with Microsoft Publisher and Word Perfect. Microsoft Word files are fine and so is pasting the information right in the body of your email. If you have any problems or questions please don't hesitate to call the office at 922-3008. Keep informed! Read the Kuna Melba News. Subscribe today just $22 per year. financial aid. The Board's decision only applies to individuals attend- ing institutions the Board directly oversees, including Boise State University, Idaho State University, University of Idaho, Lewis-Clark State College and Eastern Idaho Technical College. In other State Board ac- tions: * Boise State University can offer two new gradu- ate programs - a masters in educational leadership and a masters in hydraulic sci- ences. * Idaho State University's athletic contracts for head soccer, head women's basket- ball, head men's basketball, and head softball coach were unanimously approved. The University of Idaho's head men's basketball coach's con- tract was also approved. * The Board passed a temporary rule to reverse increased high school grad- uation requirements. The Board will work with stake- holders over the next few months to bring back a plan to improve Idaho's high schools to the Legislature in 2007. LCSC announces President's and Dean's Lists for 2006 Spring Semester LEWISTON - Lewis-Clark State College had 793 stu- dents make either the President's List or Dean's List for the 2006 spring semester, according to the college's Registrar's Office. To qualify for the President's List, students must have at least a 3.75 grade point average for the semester and take at least 12 graded credits in level 100 or above classes. The Dean's List uses the same requirements but students must have a 3.25-3.749 GPA. President's List: Kuna - Jennifer Everts. Dean's List: Kuna - Jutie A. Everta Melba - Angela D. Silver. Stay Informed! Read the Kuna Melba News every week! Subscribe today! NOW IN STOCK - RR TIES 6" 3/4"x DE Pickets & 2,3/8" Metal Posts Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Mon - 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Satuday 175 S. School Kuna Fn MELBA UIK MORE THAN A CONVENIENCE STORE Tim & Mary Bales, Owners Sirloin Friday Et Steak Dinners Saturday 6.9 5 Open 7 Days a Week! 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