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Summer is waning, and the Western Slope is already starting to feel some fall weather. But Delta County is still a breeding spot for mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus. KVNF’s Marty Durlin reports. On Monday, County Health officer Bonnie Koehler told the Commissioners that Delta County is still “getting slammed” with the virus. The County has registered some of the highest incidence of the virus in the state all summer long, and at last count, had 25 confirmed cases. Koehler says the culex...

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