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Hornets that Help

You might not want to work removing hornets nests, but 36-year-old resident Grass Valley resident Scott Weidert does.

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Medical labs use the insects Weidert  sends from the nests he removes to make an anti-venom extract to help people who are allergic to hornets. Weidert is a Bear River High School graduate. His family has long run Western Pollens.

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