Monthly Archives: February 2014

First Federal Sponsors 22-hours of Auction Coverage

The First Federal broadcast of the 50th Anniversary Quillyute Valley Scholarship Auction on Forks 1490 and will have 22 hours of live coverage.

Forks 1490 and will broadcast this year’s  auction in its entirety for 22 hours Saturday and Sunday, March 15-16, 2014 from the commons at Forks High School.

The Grand Sponsor for this year’s broadcast, wich runs Saturday from 9 AM – 9 PM and Sunday 10AM – 8 PM,  is First Federal.

Student coordinators Brett Pederson, Emily Klahn and Countney Paul talk about it here:


McEntire in Forks: Economy, Public Safety Top Issues

Clallam County Commisioner Jim McEntire was in Forks on February 26 – along with fellow commisioners Mike Doherty and Mike Chapman and new prosecuting attorney William Payne.   He spoke with Forks 1490’s David Herberg.


The New Prosecutor in Town

Clallam County’s new acting prosecuting attorney William Payne was in Forks February 26 talking about crime – and changes to his office with Forks 1490’s David Herberg:

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Red Devils Regional to air on


The only place to hear Neah Bay Boy and Girls basketball this Saturday, March 1, 2014 is on


Sports Director Oly Archibald has all the live action

10 am Boys Basketball  Wishkah Valley vs Neah Bay
Noon Girls Basketball Willpinit   vs Neah Bay
See you in Spokane Saturday

Monohon Delivers State of the City

Forks Mayor Brian Monohon delivered his State of the City address before a large crowd at a Chamber of Commerce meeting in January at JT Sweets.