Sheriff's Department asking for public's help

  • Sep 11, 2014 at 11:17AM

On 09-09-14 at approximately 1819 hours Clallam County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the 2500 block of Calawah Way in reference to the report of a male suspect who had pointed a hand gun at another male and discharged it while the male victim was telling the suspect to just shoot him.

Forks History from the pages of the Forks Forum, Sept. 27, 1951

  • Today at 4:39PM

Forks Returning to Normal Self After Devastating Forest Fire Forks is gradually getting back to normal living as a climax to almost a week of fear and anxiety when it was expected last Thursday afternoon and evening that the devastating forest fire would wipe out the entire town. The fire did burn the north end of Forks, destroying 23 homes, nine cabins, three barns, four garages and a sawmill. Considerable equipment in and near the large gypo operator's garages also were lost in the blaze.

ONRC to host astronomy program Sept. 13

  • Sep 12, 2014 at 11:35AM

The Olympic Natural Resources Center invites the community to an interactive, engaging program on astronomy. University of Washington graduate students from the Department of Astronomy will lead science-based experiences to discover more about the skies above.

Painting the town Red

  • Sep 12, 2014 at 11:33AM

A few weeks ago, after a particularly tough week down at the city hall, the mayor stopped by Dave Zellar’s office and said to Dave, “After a week like that, you really need to paint the town red this weekend!” Dave, who is in charge of painting projects in Forks, took these words literally and got to work immediately.

Stephenie Meyer Day 2013

  • Sep 12, 2014 at 11:28AM

There are a lot of things that Forks is good at, like rain and generosity, but, one thing we are really not good at is keeping a secret. Last year at this time I was working at Forks City Hall, the mayor came up to the front counter area and motioned to my co-worker Valerie Russell and me to come over closer to him; he whispered that we might want to dress especially nice the next day. I guess our regular attire of riggin' pants, hickory shirts and suspenders was a little too casual for his taste. So, being slow-witted it did not hit my brain that something special was going to happen the next day, but my co-worker was on it. She said, "Stephenie Meyer is coming tomorrow."

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