Monthly Archives: November 2014

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.



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 back thousands of dollars. An easy fix? Ride with a designated driver


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 Mayor Brian Monohon:


Catching a Holiday Flight? Know Your Rights

Thanksgiving travel is expected to be at its highest level in seven years, which could mean headaches for folks with planes to catch. Whether it’s a flight delay, cancellation or lost luggage, air travelers have some legal rights, and should be aware of them in case of problems.


Exec Order on Immigration: Hope, Frustration Mingle at NWDC

Having a parent in Tacoma’s Northwest Detention Center is a particular challenge for children. Advocates for immigration reform say they’re glad one focus of President Obama’s executive order is keeping families intact while undocumented parents work toward legal residency or citizenship.