The school nurses did not check the packets before handing them out and were not aware of the information distributed when they passed them out in February, explains Eva Craner, the TFSD public information officer.
The federal government has admitted negligence and agreed to pay an Idaho family nearly $40,000 to resolve a lawsuit after an M-44 “cyanide bomb” placed near the family’s home exploded, killing the family’s dog and spewing poison on a 14-year-old boy.
National Sons and Daughters Day is August 11th. Each day, each hour, each minute, those of us who are parents are challenged to juggle the stress of life and the responsibility to raise our kids the best we know how.
Health officials announced the first reported cases of West Nile virus found in Elmore County. Central Health District said the mosquitoes were found in a pool in a community called Prairie, about 40 miles north of Mountain Home.