Monthly Archives: August 2014

Proctorville Mosquito Spraying Set Monday | The Herald-dispatch

Science in action: Students scour lake for invasive plants | Salisbury Post

JON C. LAKEY / SALISBURY POST Knox Middle School STEM Scholars look for invasive water plants in Tuckertown Reservoir Wednesday, July 23, 2014. 27, 2014 @ 12:17 AM The Herald-Dispatch / 2014 PROCTORVILLE, OHIO Ohio Pest Control will be conducting a mosquito spraying from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, July 28 in the Village of Proctorville, weather permitting. If inclement weather prevents the spraying, it will be done on the following Monday, August 4 at the same time. Anyone with respiratory problems should close windows and shut off window AC units until the fog has dissipated. (u’addcomment’,)
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Bed bugs are not known to spread disease, according to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention , and have been found in luxury hotels and resorts. Their presence is not a reflection of the cleanliness of conditions where they are found. The nursing home as a precautionary measure at noon on Tuesday halted all visitor access to the facility to allow for a building-wide assessment by the staff and pest control company. The restriction was put in place to reduce movement so the pest control company can determine whether any additional pest control is necessary. Visitation will be restored pending completion of the assessment and treatment, if required. The nursing home staff is also conducting assessments on each resident to verify no signs of bedbug bites. No bites have been found.
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Bed bug problems at York’s Pleasant Acres nursing home | WPMT FOX43

LAKEY / SALISBURY POST Miyana Stevens helps unload the tools that she and her fellow campers made to help gather samples of plants life from Tuckertown Reservoir on Wednesday, July 23, 2014. JON C. LAKEY / SALISBURY POST Duke Energy’s Aquatic Plant Manager Ken Manuel drives the “weed boat” across Tuckertown Reservoir in search of water plants. Knox Middle School STEM Scholars taking part in a STEM camp at Horizon’s Unlimited join Manuel for the search. Ronald Garrido, Debbie Free and Roberta Moulton are the students. Wednesday, July 23, 2014.
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