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By MARIANNE HALE email@example.com
HARDIN COUNTY — Some local pest control businesses have noticed more ants vacating their soil dwellings and getting cozy in Hardin Countians’ homes this spring.
Amy Aldenderfer, Hardin County extension agent for horticulture, said ants are taking refuge in houses because of a wet spring. They’re on the hunt for higher ground after rains drenched the soil, their usual stomping grounds.
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