- 1 This bites: Emerging breed of mosquito is more aggressive
- 2 2 injured in crash on U.S. 6 in Jackson Township
- 3 Task force releases details in fatal shooting of M'ville officer
- 4 Tri-Creek, Crown Point, Merrillville schools close Monday to accommodate funeral traffic
- 5 Gaucho's Brazilian Steakhouse to return
Asian Long-horned Beetle
VALPARAISO | There's more to being a good steward of the city's trees than hugging them occasionally.
An army of tiny tree terrorists is bent on deforesting the state and the country.
VALPARAISO | To help prevent the Asian longhorn beetle from doing the kind of damage communities are now dealing with from the emerald ash borer, a two-hour workshop on the invasive pests will be held Monday for the public.
The emerald ash borer has done major damage already in Northwest Indiana, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage, but it might prove to be a piker compared to what the Asian longhorn beetle can do.
VALPARAISO | The city's battle with the emerald ash borer got a $20,000 assist from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, but city Public Works Director Matt Evans is looking for more.
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