This weekend, Small Business Saturday (Nov. 28) fits right in with the state of Washington’s push for building business through local entrepreneurship.
For Thanksgiving week Congressman Derek Kilmer is holding a ‘Week of Thanks’ where he will do a series of service projects around the district. On Monday Kilmer was in Poulsbo in Monday at the fishline food bank sorting donations. He was in Pt Townsend Tuesday at the Boiler Room working behind the counter.
Kilmer says he will be in Forks for a meeting December 4 the Olympic Peninsula Timber collaborative .
The electric utility Avista has submitted its plan for the next 20 years of power generation to the Washington State Utilities and Transportation Commission. Environmental advocates and some Avista customers are concerned that it doesn’t include phasing out coal power generated in Montana.
Chris Thomas has more:
Neah Bay 62, Seattle Lutheran 12
BREMERTON – Neah Bay is going to the 1B state semifinals for the fifth consecutive season after slamming Seattle Lutheran 62-12 at Silverdale Stadium on Friday in a game heard on KFKB, Forks 1490 AM and www.Forks1490.com.
Cole Svec ran for four touchdowns for the second-ranked Red Devils and Rwehabura Munyagi Jr. threw three touchdown passes and returned an interception 60 yard for another score.
Neah Bay will face the winner of Saturday’s game between Quilcene and Lummi in Bellingham in next week’s semifinals.
The 1B semifinals will be played Friday, Nov. 27, at the Tacoma Dome.
Highlights and interviews with Sports Director Oly Archibald.
The Navy and National Park Service are coordinating efforts to monitor jet noise over Olympic National Park during training missions.
That after a request from Congressman Derek Kilmer – who has concerns about jet flights now – and new proposals for additional flights.
In the letter to the Federal Interagency Committee on Aviation Noise, Kilmer highlighted the noise impact the Navy’s proposed $11.5 million expansion of electronic warfare testing on the North Olympic Peninsula might have on Olympic National Park. He says there is a way for citizens to let their voice be heard.
He talks about it with Forks 1490′s John Lamb: