Monthly Archives: June 2014

Home Monitoring May Change

A state House committee is considering new electronic home monitoring regulations  Spokane Valley State Rep Matt Shea told the public safety committee last week   that many criminals sentenced to GPS home monitoring are not being adequately watched.
John Sattgast has more:

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Payne: More Felonies Prosecuted

Clallam County Prosecutor William Payne was the guest at a recent Chamber of Commerce meeting in Forks.  Payne says he’s added a new felony prosecutor since being appointed in January – and that means less cases are being dropped.  He says the office in on pace to triple the number of people participating in drug court compared with 2013.

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Broadband Summit in Forks

The Western Olympic Local Technology Planning Team recently met in Forks.  The idea was to provide a status update for broadband access on the peninsula.  Congressman Derek Kilmer and Senator Patty Murray each addressed the conference by telephone.

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Forks Police Have New Vehicle

A Toyota 4runner is the latest Forks police vehicle.  It was awarded to the department in a drug seizure case.  That and more from Forks 1490’s Ken Lambert:

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Peach Cites Experience

Quillyute Valley Parks and Rec Commissioner Bill Peach is citing his experience as a main qualification for County Commissioner.

He explains why he’s running for county commissioner in an interview with Forks 1490’s Ken Lambert:

 

 

 

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