COOKE COUNTY, TEXAS -- Cooke County is enhancing its West Nile prevention strategy.
Emergency Manager Ray Fletcher says the county will start a mosquito surveillance program within the next few weeks.
Cooke County has three cases of the virus.
As part of the mosquito-control program, Fletcher says they will trap and test mosquitoes in the area for West Nile.
Grayson County adopted a similar mosquito-control strategy a little more than a week ago.