1 06, 2017

Family Is Crossing the Country for A Cause

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Bicycling 3,500 miles is no easy feat, but doing it for a worthy cause helps ease the aching muscles. Three brothers from Texas, Bobby, Raleigh and Dennis Jenkins, stopped in Sandpoint this week en route from Anacortes, Wash., to New York City in an effort to raise funds and awareness for two charities close to [...]

1 06, 2017

MSU Researchers Continue to Study, Monitor Tawny Crazy Ants

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The team at Mississippi State University has been implementing a multi-pronged approach. Mississippi State University researchers are continuing to study a “crazy” creature found in Mississippi’s coastal counties.   The tawny crazy ant, also known as Nylanderia fulva, is a non-native ant species that has been found in the southern United States, including Hancock, Jackson and [...]

1 06, 2017

Bug Photographer Goes to Court to Fight His Own Pests

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Alexander Wild is a bug photographer, selling his images of fire ants, bed bugs and other critters to pest control companies, board game developers and publications ranging from Nature to National Geographic. However, Wild also must deal with his own pests: Companies, government agencies and others that use his photos in their own advertising without [...]