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Mosquito spray planned in Grand Forks region

Grand Forks and East Grand Forks will conduct citywide mosquito spraying beginning at 9 tonight. Crews are expected to be done spraying by 1 a.m. The mosquito control trucks are marked with yellow flashing lights and will travel at 10-15 mph whil...

Grand Forks and East Grand Forks will conduct citywide mosquito spraying beginning at 9 tonight.
Crews are expected to be done spraying by 1 a.m.
The mosquito control trucks are marked with yellow flashing lights and will travel at 10-15 mph while spraying. Equipment is expected to be noisy.
Wind speeds higher than 10 mph or inclement weather may delay the spraying.

An aerial mosquito control spray is scheduled for 7-11 tonight in Emerado, Buxton and Thompson, N.D.

Citizens are urged to take extra precautions to avoid being bitten by mosquitos because West Nile virus has been found in mosquitoes and birds, as well as human cases, in Grand Forks County.

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