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Kathy Johnson gives 18-month-old Brayton Thompson, dressed as a dinosaur, a piece of candy on Halloween. Johnson’s home is one of many houses in the neighborhood of 15th Avenue that welcome hundreds, and by some counts thousands, of trick-or-treaters every year. (Candy DenOuden/Republic)

Mitchell neighborhood is Halloween central

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By a little after 6 p.m. Thursday, Kathy Johnson was already on her second bowl of candy.

Despite the steady stream of superheroes, princesses and movie characters coming to the Johnsons’ doorstep at 324 E. 15th Ave. in Mitchell, she said things would only get busier.

“This isn’t even busy yet,” she said.

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