Teens Needed for Teen Court

Clallam County prosecutor Mark Nichols is looking for some young people to participate in teen court.  He says teen court employs the concept of restorative justice. Nichols says first time offenders under More »

Habitat for Humanity Dedicates Forks Home

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County dedicated it’s 25th home in Clallam County this weekend.  It’s at 421 Maloney Lane is going to the Weaver family. Forks 1490′s Heather Wilcox spoke with several More »

Nichols: Felony Charges Likely in Child Porn Case

UPDATE MARCH 2, 2015 - Felony charges are likely against a Forks man in a possession of child pornography case. That according to Clallam County Prosecutor Mark Nichols: Here’s the Forks 1490 story More »

Neah Bay Playoff Basketball Live Thursday

pic: Neah Bay’s Abraham Venske with Forks 1490′s Oly Archibald  (photo by Lonnie Archibald) Neah Bay Lady Reds will take on the Mary M Night Owls Thursday with tip off set for 12:15 More »

Morales Wins at State – Forks Finishes 5th

The Forks High School wrestling team finished 5th at the Mat Classic state Tournamnet in Spokane recently. Miguel Morales won the state championship in the 215 pound weight class.  He had finished More »

Quilliutes Want Input on Kitla Center

The Quilliute Tribe welcomed in the Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday to their new digs at old The 110 Business Park – which has been renamed the Kitla Center after the Tribe More »

Seattle Mariners on Forks 1490

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New Poverty Measurement Shows Fewer Washington Kids in Need

Concept of an unhappy toddler with his comfort toy. (desaturated)

A new report says the federal poverty calculations are outmoded, and an updated method by the U.S. Census Bureau shows that government safety-net  programs are keeping millions of children and families from falling below the poverty line – including 241,000 children in Washington.

Chris Thomas reports:

Teens Needed for Teen Court

Clallam County courthouse

Clallam County prosecutor Mark Nichols is looking for some young people to participate in teen court.  He says teen court employs the concept of restorative justice.

Nichols says first time offenders under the age of 18 are eligible for the Clallam county teen court

Nichols says it’s both an interesting exercise – and teens get a chance to help their fellow teens

Students in grades 7 through 12 who are interested in getting involved in Teen court can call Mark Nichols directly at 360-417-2590

Nichols talks about it with Forks 1490′s John Lamb:

Habitat for Humanity Dedicates Forks Home

Groundbreaking for the new Habitat for Humanity home that was dedicated February 28.

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County dedicated it’s 25th home in Clallam County this weekend.  It’s at 421 Maloney Lane is going to the Weaver family.

Forks 1490′s Heather Wilcox spoke with several people involved in the project:

Nichols: Felony Charges Likely in Child Porn Case

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UPDATE MARCH 2, 2015 - Felony charges are likely against a Forks man in a possession of child pornography case. That according to Clallam County Prosecutor Mark Nichols:

Here’s the Forks 1490 story from February 25, 2015

Forks police say they have completed their investigation into possible charges relating to possession of child pornography against a Forks man.

Police administrator Rick Bart says Forks police have documented all the  evidence.

The Penisula Daily says a warrant was executed Feb 7 at the home of 57 y/o William Crippen

Bart also says a person sickened in Forks over the weekend had a heroin overdose.

No news on the condition of the person who overdosed.  Bart says police in PA has also had problems with people overdosing on the stronger heroin.

Neah Bay Playoff Basketball Live Thursday

Neah Bay's Abraham Venske & Forks 1490's Oly Archibald

pic: Neah Bay’s Abraham Venske with Forks 1490′s Oly Archibald  (photo by Lonnie Archibald)

Neah Bay Lady Reds will take on the Mary M Night Owls Thursday with tip off set for 12:15 pm.

Neah Bay Red Devils take on the Pomeroy Pirates at  7:15 pm. These are Quarterfinal games.

The Lady Reds beat Mary M Knght twice this season. Pomeroy beat the Red Devils in last year’s state Semi Final game.

Sports Director Oly Archibald – in his 35th year – will have the live play by play.

Waterville Shocker Head Basketball Coach Heath Jordan will have the color commentary.

To listen Live click here