West Nile virus detected; record high in mosquitoes

Zane McCallister, district manager of the Grand River Mosquito Control District, checks a ladle of swamp water from a pool below the Riverside Parkway and Fifth Street bridge for mosquito larvae on Thursday.



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Zane McCallister, district manager of the Grand River Mosquito Control District, checks a ladle of swamp water from a pool below the Riverside Parkway and Fifth Street bridge for mosquito larvae on Thursday.

More Mesa County mosquitoes tested positive for West Nile virus than ever before, the consequence of an early spring and recent heavy rains, Grand River Mosquito Control District General…




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