After being pursued by dogs, a deer succumbed to exhaustion with multiple bites over its body last week.
Whether a dog owner failed to maintain control of their pets or was negligent in their care, the responsibility falls to their owner.
If you are an adult in Idaho and become unable to make your own decisions in life due to injury, illness, or some other form of incapacity, there are generally two ways in which another person becomes the stand-in decision maker for you. The first way is through the use of a previously written and signed Power of Attorney Document in which you will have stated who it is that should make your decisions for you if you cannot do so. That stand-in decision maker is called your “Agent” or your “Attorney in Fact.” However, if you have not previously completed valid Power of Attorney documents, a judge will need to appoint someone to become your decision maker through a court process known as Guardianship and Conservatorship. If a judge has to appoint your stand-in decision maker, that person will be called your “guardian” and/or “conservator.”
Meet Heather McDaniel, public information officer for the Idaho Transportation Department, District 1. Heather has been with ITD for just a few short weeks but comes from a long history in public service with the Spirit Lake Police Department and, most recently, the Idaho State Police.
Multiple sclerosis is a challenging disease that isn’t well understood. Like most diseases, it is a combination of factors that contribute to its manifestation. In the medical industry, MS is believed to be a breakdown in the nervous system as a result of environmental, genetic and immune factors. Practitioners from other specialties believe it is due to vertebral subluxation interfering with proper nerve and body communication, nutritional deficiencies, toxic exposures, alterations in the electrical/energetic system of the body and more.