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Forks High School cheerleaders recently have returned from Universal Cheerleaders Association camp, where they excelled in every way. They even brought home the coveted Banana. In order to win the Banana they had to follow camp rules, show up early to snag the front row by the stage and make sure the UCA staff knew their names before day one was over! Winning the Banana at camp is the ultimate achievement because it is voted on by the UCA staff. The FHS group set a great example for the entire camp.
Community Events, July 2014
The Forks Police Department maintains a “TIPS LINE” 24/7. Locally, individuals may leave a message with information that may assist Law Enforcement with the investigation of a crime, or the apprehension of individuals sought after by police in the area. The number is 360-374-5311. To leave a tip via e-mail the address is firstname.lastname@example.org. For all other Police business phone 360-374-2223 or Fax 360-374-2506
- Jun 19, 2014 at 8:00AM updated Jul 23, 2014 at 9:06AM
Receiving a mysterious phone call at 6:55 p.m. Wednesday evening, I was instructed to meet at the Forks sign at the North end of town, so I loaded up my dogs, they wanted a ride, and my camera, and made my way there, arriving at 7:01. There I found two individuals in disguise with fake noses and glasses that were a bit too small thus revealing their real identities multiple times.
The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a citizen reporting a phone call that she received from an individual who identified them self as a Clallam County Sheriff’s Deputy. The caller told the individual that she had failed to report for jury duty and as a result would have to pay a fine. The citizen became suspicious when the caller attempted to obtain their home address and other personal information. Fortunately the citizen did not provide any personal information, instead she terminated the phone call and called the Sheriff’s Office to verify whether the call was legitimate or not. The phone call was an attempt
Each Fourth of July some unsuspecting tourists are selected to enjoy all the Forks-Old Fashioned Fourth of July has to offer — the tradition has been going on at least since the early 1960s, maybe even earlier. When Lorie Atwood and Bridget Galvan found themselves in Seattle for training a few days before the Fourth of July they decided that maybe they should check out the Fourth in Forks. They had been to Forks before, being Twilight fans, and they had attended Stephenie Meyer Day several times.