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The Forks Police Department is still seeking help from the public in identifying individuals that may have been involved in a theft at the Forks Community Hospital. There was also a second person of interest with the first person of interest (both males)... they may have been accompanied by a female that waited outside the hospital holding a leashed large dog while these two individuals were inside the hospital.
In a letter to the editor in last week's Forks Forum from D. Brown, Brown questioned a notice she happened to see on the window at the Forks Post Office and what it was about. What has been discovered is that this little notice at the Post Office was the only notice our community received regarding this activity that the Navy soon will be implementing in our area. The activity includes installation and operation of equipment on an existing tower at Octopus Mountain and operation of the Mobile Electronic Warfare Training System, vehicle mounted emitters, in the Olympic Peninsula on USFS and WSDNR lands to facilitate training.
I wonder if you have perhaps considered just getting a job. By job, I mean where you would work for a legitimate business and receive a legitimate paycheck. This seems like such a Captain Obvious solution, but maybe no one has ever suggested this to you before? Maybe you have never even heard of jobs. It may be hard to believe now, but it is hip to be square. Jobs surprisingly come with a lot of perks.
Just six days ago at 3:10 p.m., Friday, the Olympic Apartment building burned down, after a gas explosion shattered it and glass windows as far as three blocks away. Mrs. Alice Coyle was burned badly and 33 people were made homeless. Damage has been estimated near the $100,000 mark.
The 80th Annual Harvest Dinner will be from 4:30-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, in the Congregational Churches Fellowship Hall, 280 S. Spartan Ave. The cost of the dinner is $10 for adults, $6 for children 4-12 years of age and senior citizens over 60 years of age. Also, family passes are $35 for immediate family members. The money charged for the dinner helps defer cost of all nonprofit groups that meet at the church and the church's building fund.