Flint House here is turning on red lights this Monday (Oct. 22) as part of “Mark it Read” for dyslexia—a national campaign designed to raise awareness and support for the 10-20 percent of Canadian children living with the condition.
Duane Hicks has been a staff writer/photographer for the Fort Frances Times since 1998. Raised in Fort Frances, he left town in 1993 to attend the Journalism program at Carleton University in Ottawa. He returned in the spring of 1998, being hired at the Times shortly thereafter. He covers a variety of news beats, including municipal politics which he has covered since 2001. He also makes a mean salsa which he shares with the rest of the Times staff on his birthday.
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