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For three sisters, a trip on the Forks Chamber's logging and mill tour on July 1 was more than just curiosity about logging........
Living in a rural area affords a person the chance to experience the rewards of raising ducks, chickens, sheep and other..........
The old Clallam Bay School will be torn down this summer to make way for new shop, music, art and........
A while ago I was asked to be a tour guide for a clothing company looking to do a photo shoot at the Hoh Rainforest............
An unpleasant — oops I meant to say, an unpleased visitor to Forks recently was ranting about something that she was extremely unhappy with during her stay in our little town.........
A few weeks ago, my co-workers and I were swapping stories of being pulled over for various traffic violations.............
My consuming interest in alternative energy is not the only obsession I have obeyed in steering a dangerous course........
When we first started this journey together, I believe I mentioned I have hope in many ways. Hope in a brighter future
Police Chief Rick Bart's name can be rearranged to spell "Bar Trick." This has very little to do with the column. I just thought it was funny. Now, on to the point
Duke had not been at his new home on Merchant Road very long when he wandered on to Calawah Way and was hit by a car the evening
The Clallam County Historical Society will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Clallam County Courthouse at the society’s annual meeting on
If there is one thing that I wish someone would have said to me back when I was graduating high school, it would have been, “Just sleep on it!”
Peninsula College at Forks invites the public to the West End premiere of House of Learning: The Spirit of the Peninsula College Longhouse
I thought I had it all figured out on what I would write about this time. I had planned to write about my best friend and in a way
A few years ago I wrote a column for the Peninsula Daily News about the monument that once was in the Forks Cemetery and now has its
Clallam Bay, sweet, quiet, Clallam Bay. Who would ever want to hurt a hair on the head of the little community of Clallam
An out-of-towner recently asked me if I knew a guy named Rod Fleck. “Of course I know him!” would have been the truthful answer
A long, long time ago (last fall), in a land far, far away (30 miles out of Forks), I was pulled over by a law enforcement officer
In January 1997, Diane Schostak recently had been named the West End Regional Chamber of Commerce director. George McCormick
A few years ago, Forks resident Chris Ford shared a photo on Facebook. It was of a group of men that included his father
Recently I watched a video of a job interview that was done via a web cam. Potential candidates for the job listened to the interviewer
Mothers often are unfairly pegged as being nags who worry too much. That was not the case with my "mother" (my gram).
This past weekend volunteers from everywhere came to area beaches and picked up trash. But what is one man's trash is another man's treasure! For Forks' retired plumber, John Anderson, picking up that trash
In a desperate situation, when she was fresh out of the potty training stage, I taught my oldest to go to the bathroom in the great
Having grown up here, I am no stranger to the neverending generosity and support found in Forks. Most of you probably bought something from me at one time or another when I was in school.
Editor’s note, on March 17, 1947, Clallam Bay suffered a terrible fire. With recent pleas from volunteer fire departments all across the West End, it is a good time to think about how important
You have been forced to stare at my mug up there 125 times. I apologize for that, but to celebrate my 125th column
The event now known as the Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction turns 51 this year. At its inception, it was known as the Quillayute
If you don’t know me, you should know that I’m roughly as tall as the average third-grader. For this reason,
The summer of 2007, the life of Gordon Gracey changed forever. After a terrible accident that left his left arm permanently paralyzed
A reader e-mailed me a while ago and said, “If you know why the “F” on the new RAC looks out of proportion to the other letters spelling “Forks,” maybe you could enlighten us?” I had no other choice but to look into this
When we hear those words from someone it usually means that perhaps we’ve said something wrong and maybe it’s time to take our exit. However in this case it can mean something
When you go to work today chances are you will return home tonight unscathed. The possibility that you will be injured or killed is in most cases the farthest thing from your mind. But if you work in the
A little over two years ago, an otherwise logical man came to a very illogical conclusion that I was wife-material. He proposed on Christmas Day with a karat and a carrot (seriously). Like any normal woman,
Back when I was a kid, I really hated when old people started sentences with “Back when I was a kid.” Now that I’m old, I start at least 66.67 percent of my sentences with this phrase and I don’t care what
The old Forks Grade School building, erected in 1914, was destroyed by fire early Tuesday morning and the blaze aided by strong southeast wind threatened adjoining buildings and even the business
Christi can can Christy but Christy can’t can Christi. If Christi can can Christy, then why can’t Christy can Christi? Well, because they are different of course! If you think you know the difference between Christi and Christy, try your hand at our Christi/Christy quiz.
What Melvin King gave me in a converted water heater was a cheap and inexpensive way to heat our 800 square feet of living space; cook
Mondays are a very busy day here at the Forks Forum office, but I always try to answer the phone, just in case any big breaking stories are happening, because I don't want to miss a thing. So,
I say that I have a day job, but technically speaking, I work at night. I would say “night job” but that sounds