Hulet Says Navy Project Unsafe

The Navy’s electronic Warfare range project proposed for the West End is getting National attention. National security analyst and West End resident Craig Hulet was a guest with George Noury on Coast More »

Background Checks For All Gun Sales Start Thursday

Thursday is the first day of the new gun law in Washington State that requires a background check for all sales – including private sales.  Police Administrator Rick Bart talks about that More »

Washington Workers with Disabilities Struggle to Find a Good Job Fit

Working-age people with disabilities have an unemployment rate of 26.8 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, compared to Washington’s state unemployment rate of 5.7 percent. A Seattle attorney who specializes More »

WA Consumers Don’t Do Enough to Protect from ID Theft

Identity thieves may be having a field day in Washington, since a new AARP Washington survey indicates many people are doing little to stop them. The survey focuses on using simple, oft-repeated More »

Forks Police Warn About ATVs on City Streets

Forks police are cracking down on people riding ATVs on city streets.  That and more in our weekly conversation with Forks police administrator Rick Bart.   More »

Quickest Way to Blow the Holiday Budget? Get a DUI

This holiday season, Washington has stricter laws about driving drunk. They include mandatory jail time, as well as multiple fines that, combined with the cost of legal representation, can set a person More »

Forks Passes Animal Ordinance

The Forks City Council has approved a new animal ordinance in town that requires licenses for those with 11 or more pets. Forks 1490′s Ken Lambert talks about that and more with More »

 

Hulet Says Navy Project Unsafe

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The Navy’s electronic Warfare range project proposed for the West End is getting National attention.

National security analyst and West End resident Craig Hulet was a guest with George Noury on Coast to Coast heard on Forks 1490 and on hundreds of radio stations across the country.

Here’s part of that interview:

Background Checks For All Gun Sales Start Thursday

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Thursday is the first day of the new gun law in Washington State that requires a background check for all sales – including private sales.  Police Administrator Rick Bart talks about that and more with Forks 1490′s Ken Lambert:

Washington Workers with Disabilities Struggle to Find a Good Job Fit

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Working-age people with disabilities have an unemployment rate of 26.8 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, compared to Washington’s state unemployment rate of 5.7 percent. A Seattle attorney who specializes in employment law says one reason is that companies have been slow to adapt to changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act.   Chris Thomas reports:

WA Consumers Don’t Do Enough to Protect from ID Theft

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Identity thieves may be having a field day in Washington, since a new AARP Washington survey indicates many people are doing little to stop them. The survey focuses on using simple, oft-repeated strategies to trip up potential con artists, and finds many folks use a couple of them, but not all or not consistently.

 

Chris Thomas Reports:

Forks Police Warn About ATVs on City Streets

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Forks police are cracking down on people riding ATVs on city streets.  That and more in our weekly conversation with Forks police administrator Rick Bart.