Supaman Performs at Quileute Days

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 More »

Public Hearing on Animal Ordinance

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 More »

Candidates Talk Housing

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 More »

Farm Program Expanding

The state of Washington’s Farm Internship Project, once a two-county pilot program, is newly expanding to 16 counties. It has two goals: to introduce people to careers in agriculture, and to ensure More »

 

Supaman Performs at Quileute Days

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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.

Public Hearing on Animal Ordinance

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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:

Candidates Talk Housing

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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.

 

Farm Program Expanding

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The state of Washington’s Farm Internship Project, once a two-county pilot program, is newly expanding to 16 counties. It has two goals: to introduce people to careers in agriculture, and to ensure that the farms that train them meet standards for workplace safety and educational content.   Chris Thomas reports:

Parade Honors Past and Present

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The Forks Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration went off just as planned this weekend – with the thousands lining the streets of Forks for the grand parade on Friday.