Inagua Invaded BY Mosquitoes But Industrial Dispute Settled

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On the last three days of the week last week, Inagua was deluged with rain. Usually Inagua is bone dry. With the coming of the torrential rains, the remnant of Hurricane Lorenzo coming from the Atlantic Ocean came the mosquitoes. They swarmed and it made it impossible to stand up outside without batting them away. Meanwhile we are pleased to report that there is peace and calm around the salt flats, owned by Morton Salt. The Union and the Morton Executive came to a tentative agreement and the union membership has ratified the agreement. There is peace in the flats.  Bring out the fired barracuda.