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Happy Halloween

Kids and families in Fort Frances had a handful of ways to celebrate Halloween this year. Some went with special socially distanced trick or treating using pre-set tables or chutes, and others like Weechi-it-te-win Family Services had grab and go treat bags on offer from their First Street East location.

Happy Halloween

Kids and families in Fort Frances had a handful of ways to celebrate Halloween this year. Some went with special socially distanced trick or treating using pre-set tables or chutes, and others like Weechi-it-te-win Family Services had grab and go treat bags on offer from their First Street East location.

Happy Halloween

Kids and families in Fort Frances had a handful of ways to celebrate Halloween this year. Some went with special socially distanced trick or treating using pre-set tables or chutes, and others like Weechi-it-te-win Family Services had grab and go treat bags on offer from their First Street East location.

Ribbon cutting

Fort Frances mayor June Caul, left, Couchiching First Nation chief Brian Perrault, Kenora-Rainy River MPP Greg Rickford, OPP Chief Superintendent for the northwest region Dave Lucas, OPP Deputy Commissioner of Field Operations Chris Harkins, and Rainy River District OPP detachment commander Insp.

Trip of the Month

Energy Fitness owner Jackie Lampi-Hughes pulled the winning ticket for the Fort Frances Kiwanis Club “Trip of the Month” draw for November yesterday morning inside Energy Fitness. Mary Chapman is the winner of the November draw, a trip to Puerto Vallarta valued at $4,200.

Shine the Light

Fort Frances mayor June Caul and Riverside Community Counselling Services's community family violence counsellor Jacquee Loerzel hold up the flag for the “Shine the Light” campaign that is being held this month by Riverside Community Counselling Services, a program of Riverside Health Care, in recognition of woman abuse awareness and prevention month.