Summer will be here before you know it, which means parents shift their focus to keeping kids safe outdoors. One source of info is this Saturday’s (Apr. 25) YMCA Healthy Kids Day More »
The support staff at the Clallam county prosecutor’s office is being recognized for years of dedicated service to the community. Prosecuting Attorney Mark Nichols says the ceremony was last Friday evening. He More »
Summer will be here before you know it, which means parents shift their focus to keeping kids safe outdoors. One source of info is this Saturday’s (Apr. 25) YMCA Healthy Kids Day events.
Chris Thomas has more:
A small business advisor was in Forks Wednesday showing business owners how to create their own website. Kevin Hoult is director of the Small Business development Center at WSU. He was the featured guest at the C of C meeting. He says in his job as an advisor to small business – it’s important to connect with community
Hoult says he’s available to answer all questions from business owners privately.
To get in touch with Kevin Hoult call 360 – 865-4938 or go on the web to: www.NorthpeninsulaSBDC.blogspot.com
Discovery Channel Crews in Forks Saturday, April 25
Discovery Channel Film Crews will be in town this weekend shooting a pilot for a show that would involve the Forks police department. Police administrator Rick Bart says crews will riding with the Forks Police.
The Discovery Channel is already shooting the legend of Mick Dodge on the North Olympic Peninsula. Bart says a show involving Forks police will be good for the town and good for tourism.
The support staff at the Clallam county prosecutor’s office is being recognized for years of dedicated service to the community. Prosecuting Attorney Mark Nichols says the ceremony was last Friday evening.
He says Theresa Martin was recognized for more than 35 years of service – and Ann Monger was honored for more than 28 years of service.
Nichols talks about that and more with Forks 1490′s John Lamb:
Doing business at the Clallam County courthouse will be a little more convenient this summer.
The three commissioners Monday said they would restore for six months a 40-hour work week for union-represented employees who are still working a 37.5-hour schedule.
The new RAC opened Saturday with a dedication, ribbon cutting – and a family dance.
Mayor Bryon Monohon, City attoney and planner Road Fleck, pastor Pam hunter, Vince Penn of the Quileute tribe – all on hand to open the new Rainforest Arts Center Saturday.
On Sunday, 40-50 people attended the film Singing in the Rain. An open mic after brought 15 talented folks singing, playing music, reciting poetry and telling stories.
Mayor Monahan is pleased with the resurgence of arts that the building has brought about in Forks. Rod Fleck was at all events and was thanked by everyone for his work.