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The Quillayute Valley School District Board of Directors held a public hearing and special board meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 18, to determine the Forks Intermediate School’s official mascot and school colors.
With Thanksgiving just a week away a lot of people are thinking about what they are thankful for. One thing the West End can be thankful for is our volunteer fire departments. Neah Bay, Clallam Bay/Sekiu, Quillayute, Beaver and Forks, they respond at all times of the day and night and the only compensation is when we say thank you.
A list recently came out naming the most crime-filled places in Washington. Tacoma was voted the crimiest. This came as a complete shock to absolutely no one, with the exception of maybe some of the residents of Aberdeen who thought they had it in the bag this year. Aberdeen is scary, but not like Tacoma.
Forks residents are in for a real treat on Thursday, Nov. 20, when Solo Mandolin X Two, featuring mandolin virtuosos Evan Marshall and Brian Oberlin, perform in concert at Peninsula College. The program will begin at 7 p.m. at 481 S. Forks Ave.
The Student of the Month project is sponsored by Soroptimist International of the Olympic Rain Forest. Students of the Month of Forks Junior High School are chosen by their peers and teachers. Each Student of the Month receives a certificate, a $25 Barnes & Noble gift card and they are recognized at a pizza luncheon with their parents and Soroptimist members during their lunch at school.