WSDOT update on Elwha Bridge and other projects

Steve Roark, Asst. Regional Administrator with WSDOT told a packed Forks Chamber…

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OPGA River Clean-Up and After Party

On Saturday, Feb. 23, the Olympic Peninsula Guides’ Association (OPGA) is hosting…

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Red Yarn Concert

Join Red Yarn and his barnyard critters for a frolicking good time!…

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For last year’s Fun-a Day Lela Kriebel made these amazing little scenes inside sardine cans!! Come see what has been created this year!

Community announcements

FEMA training coming to Clallam Bay There will be a Community Emergency…

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Pederson named to MSU-Northern’s Fall 2018 Semester Dean’s List

Congratulations to FHS graduate Brett Pederson. Pederson has been included in the…

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News

WDFW approves 7-day razor clam dig beginning Feb. 15

OLYMPIA – Razor clam diggers can return to various ocean beaches for…

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Business
In this photo from after the January 1925 fire that destroyed most of the buildings on the east side of main street, the creamery tower can be seen, the side of it is scorched from the fire. The building to the right of it is the old creamery building that was torn down and replaced in 1968 by the building that was demolished last weekend. The only other building in this photo that is still standing is the building on the far left side of the photo, the former JT’s Sweet Stuffs. Forks Forum Archives
                                The creamery building that survived the 1925 fire was demolished in 1968 after the new building was constructed.

Past your eyes …local landmark gone

Way back in the early days of Forks there were dairies and…

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Clallam County seeks volunteers for various boards and committees

Port Angeles, Washington – The Board of Clallam County Commissioners announces openings…

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Sports

WDFW approves 7-day razor clam dig beginning Feb. 15

OLYMPIA – Razor clam diggers can return to various ocean beaches for…

  • 7 days ago

 

Life

You and Your Health – FCH-Asking for help takes strength

When you break your foot, you see a doctor or surgeon. If…

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Marketplace
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