It is the 50th anniversary of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), which has brought millions of dollars to Washington for local recreation and conservation projects. The fund is set to More »
It is the 50th anniversary of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), which has brought millions of dollars to Washington for local recreation and conservation projects. The fund is set to expire in 2015, and a coalition has organized with the goal of reauthorizing it. (Photo of Mt. Ranier)
Fire relief efforts became a last-minute addition to this week’s Washington State Labor Council convention, where hundreds of delegates and alternates from unions are meeting to set their priorities for the next legislative session. Chris Thomas reports:
A performance by tribal hip-hop artist Supaman – AKA Christopher Parrish – is highlighting Quileute Days in LaPush this weekend. The artist speaks with Forks 1490′s John Lamb about the show and his music.
The Forks City Council wants public input on two possible new animal ordinances in Forks. The regulations are almost 3 years in the making. The public hearing is set for Monday, August 11 in the council chambers. More on the possible changes in this report:
The three candidates for District 3 Clallam County commissioner met for a public forum in Forks on July 16– sponsored by the Shelter Provider’s Network.
Prior to the public forum, that group presented its ten year plan to end homelessness in Clallam County to the candidates,
The three candidates are Forks Mayor Bryon Monohon, former Rayonier executive Bill Peach and Port Angles city councilwoman Sissy Bruch.