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THE THREE NEWSPAPERS of the North Olympic Peninsula — Peninsula Daily News, Sequim Gazette and Forks Forum — are holding an online contest to find the best Halloween costumes on the Peninsula. We're looking for photos of the scariest, silliest, cutest or most creative costume in two categories — Kids and Adults.
Community Events, October 2014
On Oct. 18, 7 p.m. - 8 p.m., School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, U of W, graduate student Melissa Pingree will be presenting the next installment in the Evening Talks at ONRC speaker series: “The unseen legacy of fire: Charcoal and its role in carbon and nutrient cycling in forest soils of the Olympic Peninsula.” This legacy of wildfires has the potential to alter short-term and long-term forest soil characteristics and plant-soil relationships. Please join us.
This electronic warfarring business has become the most talked about topic in Forks since last month when someone got pulled over on Division Street. I brought up this controversial subject (the electronic warfare, not the traffic infraction) last week in my column and was accused of writing inflammatory satire.
This Hickory Shirt/Heritage the theme is bridges. Here on the West End we are so reliant on these structures and probably don't pay much attention to them as we cross them multiple times anytime we leave our community.
Since it was drizzling and foggy, we tied a tarp over the front of our small wall tent so we had a place to feed the crew out of the weather. The forecast called for sun and unless the weather cleared up, helicopters would not be able to fly the heavy equipment in to move the chalet. Each morning Sara and I had coffee perking on the propane stove at daylight and a cowboy breakfast, which this first morning was Denver scramble and hash browns.