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Schools want to end bedbug problems
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School administrators hope the bedbug problem has been laid to rest once and for all after exterminators went to work at Warren County High School over the weekend after three bedbugs were discovered there last week. However, word of a new discovery of bedbugs at Morrison School has raised alarm about a potential widespread problem.“On Saturday, a professional pest control company treated the two rooms affected and treated 12 other classrooms and locker areas as a precautionary and proactive measure,” said Director of Schools Bobby Cox, noting there are also school buses that will be treated. “Also, to be proactive, we have taken any school bus that might have been an issue out of service and will treat them in the same manner.”Bedbugs are a parasitic insect with a reputation of being difficult to remove.