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Suspect in gun store burglary has ties to the Forks area

  • Today at 10:47AM

A man wanted on suspicion in the burglary of a Gorst gun store is being sought by local and area law enforcement agencies.

 

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New nets courtesy of tournament

  • Today at 1:52PM

On a sunny day last week Jeff and Scott Baysinger of SJB Construction installed new safety netting on all three of the baseball fields at Duncan’s Fields. The new netting is courtesy of profits from the Tod Horton Memorial Co-ed Softball Tournament.

Good use of umbrellas — decorating them

  • Apr 16, 2014 at 2:57PM

If there is one thing that gives away an out of towner in Forks it is the use of an umbrella, although there are still a few locals that hang on to the poor things, spokes all sticking out. Not using one is sort of a badge of honor, no umbrella!, we get wet we dry out, and so, sadly we make fun of people who do use them.

Good use of umbrellas — decorating them

  • Apr 16, 2014 at 2:57PM

If there is one thing that gives away an out of towner in Forks it is the use of an umbrella, although there are still a few locals that hang on to the poor things, spokes all sticking out. Not using one is sort of a badge of honor, no umbrella!, we get wet we dry out, and so, sadly we make fun of people who do use them.

Missoula Players Present 'Blackbeard The Pirate

  • Apr 16, 2014 at 11:16AM

The pirate talk came fast and funny during "Blackbeard The Pirate," a play performed by students of the Clallam Bay School in the school gymnasium, Friday, April 11.The play, presented by the Missoula Children's Theater, featured nearly fifty students on and off stage, from all class ages.

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