Business

Chamber Business Spotlight – Olympic Hiking Company

Tommy Farris, Owner and Founder of Olympic Hiking Co. was the business…

  • Mar 21st, 2019

 

New state office submits its first investigative report

Joanna Carns, Director of the Washington State Office of the Corrections Ombuds…

  • Mar 15th, 2019

 

Book Reading and Signing March 22

Brenda Carlsen will be reading her published book “Wascana’s Amazing Journey” at…

  • Mar 7th, 2019

 

SIORF now accepting scholarship applications

Roger W. Hull Scholarship Applications for the 2019 Roger W. Hull Scholarships…

  • Mar 7th, 2019

Carlsen writes children’s book

Former Forks resident Brenda Carlsen shared the following with the Forks Forum:…

  • Feb 26th, 2019

Calvin’s Crab House, Neah Bay, WA

Hello, I’m an Innkeeper at the Bullman Beach Inn, four miles east…

  • Feb 26th, 2019
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…

  • Feb 15th, 2019
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.

Clallam County seeks volunteers for various boards and committees

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

  • Feb 15th, 2019

FCH “You and Your Health” – Women’s Heart Health

According to the American Heart Association, “Every minute in the United States,…

  • Feb 10th, 2019

Missoula Children’s Theater to present Blackbeard

Missoula Children’s Theater staff welcomed hopefull actors to the auditions for this…

  • Jan 23rd, 2019
Last years’ Citizen of the year, Lonnie Archibald and Business of the year recipient Conner Nielsen, Clear River Construction and Design, with Forks Chamber Director Lissy Andros at the 2017 awards presentations.

Chamber seeks ‘Best Of’ nominees

The Forks Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking nominees for the 18th…

  • Jan 18th, 2019
Last years’ Citizen of the year, Lonnie Archibald and Business of the year recipient Conner Nielsen, Clear River Construction and Design, with Forks Chamber Director Lissy Andros at the 2017 awards presentations.

Tourism project grant funds available for early 2019

The Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau (OPVB) is seeking applications for qualified tourism…

  • Jan 18th, 2019

Port funds 25 projects via the 2019 Community Partner Program

The Port of Port Angeles Board of Commissioners selected 25 projects to…

  • Dec 19th, 2018

Author invites readers to “Go Truckin”

Lonnie Archibald’s new book “Let’s Go Truckin” is now available at businesses…

  • Nov 29th, 2018

Sustainable Small Business Entrepreneurs move forward with Washington Coast Works

Sixteen finalists, all emerging entrepreneurs from coastal communities in Pacific, Wahkiakum, Grays…

  • Nov 15th, 2018

First Federal welcomes new Forks Branch Manager

First Federal is pleased to announce the hire of their new Forks…

  • Nov 8th, 2018

Rayonier awards grants to local charitable organizations

Rayonier announced the award of more than $36,400 to area organizations serving…

  • Nov 11th, 2018

Tourism Project Grant funds available for early 2019

The Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau (OPVB) is seeking applications for qualified tourism…

  • Oct 27th, 2018

Sue Keilman retires

For 1,161 babies, Sue Keilman was the first person they met as…

  • Oct 11th, 2018

American Legion Post 106 wants you!

The Forks American Legion Post 106 is having a couple of get-togethers…

  • Oct 11th, 2018
Paula Loghry, left, with Chamber Director Lissy Andros. Photo Christi Baron

Welcome new business

On Sunday, Forks Chamber Director Lissy Andros and I stopped in at…

  • Sep 6th, 2018
Paula Loghry, left, with Chamber Director Lissy Andros. Photo Christi Baron

Jitterbugs holds grand opening and ribbon cutting

Jitterbugs Coffee and Ice Cream, 70 W. A St., held a grand…

  • Sep 6th, 2018

New Image Handyman Service

My name is Mike Sechrist. I am the CEO of New Image…

  • Aug 16th, 2018
Carl is available at 360-477-6676. Photo Christi Baron

New Business: 3 Phase Electric

Carl Smith and family; wife, child and another on the way, have…

  • Aug 10th, 2018
Carl is available at 360-477-6676. Photo Christi Baron
The Wastewater Collection and Treatment System, City of Forks, was the first in the State of Washington to be designed for biological nitrogen removal. This innovative treatment plant won the Consulting Engineers Council honor award for design in 1988 and national awards from the Environmental Protection Agency as the best operating treatment plant in its class.

Forks wastewater treatment plant to receive award

Forks Mayor Tim Fletcher was recently notified by the Washington State Department…

  • Aug 10th, 2018
The Wastewater Collection and Treatment System, City of Forks, was the first in the State of Washington to be designed for biological nitrogen removal. This innovative treatment plant won the Consulting Engineers Council honor award for design in 1988 and national awards from the Environmental Protection Agency as the best operating treatment plant in its class.

New outdoors business starts up in Forks

When Jake Morrison was looking for a place to run his online…

  • Jun 27th, 2018

Life Cycles opens in Forks

Life Cycles officially opened for business at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 5,…

  • Jun 13th, 2018
Soroptimist volunteer Vicki Andros looks over one of the many items available for sale at the Second Chances store the club operates on Spartan Avenue. Photo Christi Baron

SIORF offer Second Chances Store

Are you aware of all the great things Soroptimists do in our…

  • Jun 13th, 2018
Soroptimist volunteer Vicki Andros looks over one of the many items available for sale at the Second Chances store the club operates on Spartan Avenue. Photo Christi Baron

Paige Kennedy, Forks Avenue Real Estate’s newest Broker

What does the perfect espresso drink and a real estate transaction have…

  • Jun 7th, 2018

FUN DAYS ART SHOW INFORMATION

Enjoy the creative work of artists and crafters at the Art Show…

  • Jun 7th, 2018
Tina Ray and Sherri Caldwell with donated food items. Submitted photo

Stamp out Hunger Food Drive

The Community did a great job! Local Post Offices collected 600 pounds…

  • Jun 1st, 2018
Tina Ray and Sherri Caldwell with donated food items. Submitted photo
Jerry and Margaret King, owners of Alder Grove present Joey Roberts, manager, with an $1,800 check and a Certificate of Appreciation for his 18 years of service to Alder Grove. Submitted Photo

Alder Grove celebrates 50 years of business!

Jerry and Margaret King started Alder Grove Mobile Home Park 50 years…

  • May 12th, 2018
Jerry and Margaret King, owners of Alder Grove present Joey Roberts, manager, with an $1,800 check and a Certificate of Appreciation for his 18 years of service to Alder Grove. Submitted Photo

Tourism to Olympic National Park Creates $385 million in Economic Benefits

Report shows visitor spending supports 3,556 jobs in local economy PORT ANGELES,…

  • May 4th, 2018

It’s official … Deckers are new owners of Forks True Value

For Dean Decker, after driving log truck for 13 years, it will…

  • May 2nd, 2018

Laundry 101 has new owners

One of Forks’ longest running family owned businesses has been sold, and…

  • Apr 20th, 2018

New business, lost dog and inquiring minds ….

Coming soon: “The Parlor” Once upon a time, the Vagabond was the…

  • Mar 31st, 2018

Clallam EDC to host business ownership workshops

Clallam EDC will host two events to help answer the question “should…

  • Feb 28th, 2018

Auto Tech Program benefits from Ruddell Auto donation

Students in the Peninsula College Automotive Technology Program will benefit from a…

  • Feb 22nd, 2018

2018 Community Partner Grants

The Port of Port Angeles Board of Commissioners selected 22 projects to…

  • Feb 15th, 2018

Appointment of Clallam County Treasurer

The Board of Clallam County Commissioners, having acted in accordance with the…

  • Jan 30th, 2018