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Streets to remain closed through tomorrow

Norway Avenue will remain closed for water main break repairs through tonight, and into tomorrow, Thursday, May 19, with a possibility of continuing into Friday, according to Mitchell Department of Public Safety. The closed section of Norway is b...

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A crew works early Wednesday morning on W. Norway to repair a water main break that occurred between S. Edgerton Street and Ohlman Street in Mitchell. (Matt Gade/Republic)

Norway Avenue will remain closed for water main break repairs through tonight, and into tomorrow, Thursday, May 19, with a possibility of continuing into Friday, according to Mitchell Department of Public Safety. The closed section of Norway is between Edgerton Street and Ohlman Street.

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