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 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).
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
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
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.
The event now known as the Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction turns 51 this year. At its inception, it was known as the Quillayute
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
If you don’t know me, you should know that I’m roughly as tall as the average third-grader. For this reason,