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Colorado Man Dies After Contracting Hantavirus

12/1/2014

Health officials say a southeastern Adams County man died Nov. 15 after contracting the rodent-borne disease. More

New York's Rat Population Smaller Than Believed, Researcher Says

11/10/2014

Jonathan Auerbach, a Ph.D. candidate at Columbia University, is challenging the "one rat per person" claim by delving into open data, in this case the Department of Health's trove of 311 calls for rodent sightings. More

Chicago Holds Top Spot on Orkin's 'Rattiest Cities' List

10/29/2014

Orkin released its top 20 rattiest cities. The markets are ranked by the number of rodent treatments the company performed in 2013. More

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PCT Announces Winner of 13th Annual Photo Contest

Mark VanderWerp, manager of education and training at Rose Pest Solutions, takes home top honors with his photo of a jumping spider perched on a “succulent” plant.

Alpha Ecological Participates in Downtown Boulder’s Lights of December Parade

The parade featured floats from various local businesses, churches, and civic centers in the Boulder area.

Malden High Schools Collaborate with Yankee Pest Control in Mural Contest

Students from Walden, Mass., area high schools painted murals on the backside of Yankee Pest Control's building for a competition. Yankee generously paid for all of the paint supplies and tarps, and provided pizza and refreshments to all of the students each time they were on site.

El Paso Truly Nolen Acquires Fox Pest Control

Truly Nolen expands its Texas footprint with the acquistion of Fox Pest Control, a well established company.

Florida PCO to Provide Three Free Bed Bug Jobs for Christmas

This Christmas season Keller's Pest Control, Bradenton, Fla., will reward three needy families free bed bug treatments, the Bradenton Herald reported.

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