School called off due to flooding


There will be no school for Mitchell School District on Thursday due to flooding.

A large rainstorm has caused severe flooding conditions throughout Mitchell as Davison County is in a severe flood watch.

Superintendent Joe Graves said the district's buildings are fine but many employees will not be able to get to work and students to class.

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