Monthly Archives: May 2014

Mick Dodge Shoots at Sully’s

Crews from the National Geographic channel were in Forks Wednesday shooting for what could be a second season of “The Legend of Mick Dodge” – the reality show about the man who supposedly lives in a tree stump the Hoh rain forest.

More from Forks 1490’s Ken Lambert:

      Mick Dodge shoot

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Forks Honors Fallen Vets

M-day 3Memorial Day ceremonies in Forks were attended by dozens – most of whom were veteran’s – including Forks 1490’s Ken Lambert.

      Memorial Day

Report: Good News and Bad for Pedestrians in WA

Anyone who walks or bikes in Washington might agree that some streets are just “Dangerous by Design” for people who aren’t in vehicles. That’s also the name of a new report with the goal of making roadways safer for all users. It says Seattle is doing a good job of that, but notes that more than half of the pedestrian deaths in the state in a 10-year period happened there.  Chris Thomas reports:


Monohon Seeks Commissioner’s Job

Forks Mayor Bryon Monohon has filed papers to run for Clallam County Commissioner ditin district 3 which covers the West End.

That seat is currently held by Mike Doherty who is not seeking re-election to a fifth term.    Monohon, who filed as an independent, will face off in an August primary against Republican Bill Peach of Forks and Port Angeles City Council member Sissy Bruch, a Democrat.

The Mayor talks about it with Forks 1490’s Ken Lambert.


Forks to Add Full-time Preschool

Class reorganization in Forks was the topic at Wednesday’s WEBPA meeting.

The Quilyute Valley School District is moving some grades and classrooms to make way for a full-time preschool beginning in the fall of 2014.  Superintendent Diana Reaume and assistant Kyle Weakly talk about the changes with Forks 1490’s Ken Lambert.