Sunday, May 22, 2011 at 2:50 am (Updated: May 22, 2:58 am)
The last seven weeks have brought more than 21 inches of rain to Hardin County, and with it, plenty of annoying mosquitoes, local officials say.
Mosquitoes are out in higher numbers than usual because of heavy rains and standing water.
Officials are trying to keep the population under control, but need some dry days for the most effective treatments.
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