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City of Mitchell plans mosquito spraying

The Mitchell Parks and Recreation Department will be spraying the City of Mitchell for mosquitoes between 9 p.m. and midnight today. Residents are asked to stay indoors during the spraying and keep pets inside or in the backyard. Residents are al...

The Mitchell Parks and Recreation Department will be spraying the City of Mitchell for mosquitoes between 9 p.m. and midnight today.

Residents are asked to stay indoors during the spraying and keep pets inside or in the backyard.

Residents are also reminded to regularly empty or turn over any containers holding water on their property and wear appropriate clothing or repellent when outside and mosquitoes are present.

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