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Safety campaign going door-to-door

The La Vallee Fire and Emergency Service is going door-to-door to provide information about smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, and home escape plans as part of a new fire safety campaign.

These visits began last night (Oct. 3) and will continue again tonight (Oct. 4) from 6-9 p.m.

They also will continue next Tuesday and Wednesday (Oct. 10-11) at the same time.

District mourning an 'amazing woman'

In my last 20 years of writing the Devlin news, it is fair to say some weeks are more difficult than others to write about what's happening.

This week certainly is one of them—starting here in our own district. And I say district because the sudden passing of the beautiful (inside and out) Kim Clendenning (nee Belluz) has touched our entire area and beyond.

Clarification

An article in last Wednesday's Times on the district's first fully-electric car stated Dave Goodman Automotive is a KIA dealership.

In fact, they are a satellite sales and service outlet for Performance KIA in Thunder Bay.

The Times regrets any confusion or inconvenience this error may have caused.

Correction

An article in yesterday's Times incorrectly stated the annual “Trunk or Treat," organized by the "Project Safe Hallowe'en” committee, is slated for Monday, Oct. 31 from 5-7 p.m. at the Fort Frances Public Library.

In fact, Oct. 31 falls on Tuesday this year.

The Times regrets any inconvenience this error may have caused.