Paul Gottlieb

Clallam PUD orders smart meters, offers opt-out provision

Clallam County Public Utility District began ordering smart meters last week after similar efforts struck out in Port Angeles and Jefferson County,… Continue reading

 

Texas man found dead at Cape Flattery

An Amazon senior project manager from Fort Worth, Texas, died this week from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the scenic tip of… Continue reading

 

Searches fail to locate Sequim woman missing since Dec. 22

An extensive search-and-rescue effort has failed to locate a Diamond Point woman last seen three days before Christmas. The Jan. 13-14 operation… Continue reading

 

Clallam County applies for millions in disaster funds after storms

Jefferson PUD lists $256,000 in storm-related costs for FEMA

Evidence sifted in triple homicide investigation

Investigators remained without suspects Friday in what may be Clallam County’s first triple homicide as they continue to collect a growing volume… Continue reading

Six-month sentence issued in vehicular assault

A former Forks resident who intentionally veered into an oncoming traffic lane in 2015, seriously injuring a La Push motorist, was sentenced… Continue reading

Autopsy confirms Sequim woman’s death a homicide

Authorities continue to investigate the death of a 57-year-old Sequim woman after an autopsy revealed that she died of traumatic injuries due to… Continue reading

Chapman to seek funds for Morse Creek barrier

State Rep. Mike Chapman will submit a budget proviso in the 2019-21 state spending plan he said would make the Morse Creek… Continue reading

Port Angeles attorney becomes Clallam Superior Court’s first female judge

Gov. Jay Inslee named on Tuesday Port Angeles attorney and former Port Angeles City Council member Lauren Erickson as Clallam County’s first… Continue reading

Clallam, Jefferson counties see rise in suicides in 2018

Clallam and Jefferson counties saw increases in suicides in 2018 compared to 2017 as 44 North Olympic Peninsula residents died of self-inflicted… Continue reading

Skeleton crew at work in Olympic National Park

A skeleton crew of National Park Service workers is staffing emergency functions in Olympic National Park during a partial federal shutdown that… Continue reading

Police warn of fake city workers

Police are alerting Port Angeles residents to be wary of unfamiliar persons on their property after they said that a man who… Continue reading

John Wayne Enterprises wants port to keep marina; opposes any sale

John Wayne Enterprises opposes the sale of John Wayne Marina and has told the Port of Port Angeles that it can’t sell it… Continue reading

Chapman: Bond supermajority requirement unlikely to change

Don’t expect the 60 percent supermajority required for voter approval of school bond measures to change to a lower threshold anytime soon.… Continue reading

Partial federal government shutdown forcing use of reserves in Indian Country

Tribal leaders nationwide last week were informed that the partial federal shutdown that began at midnight Dec. 22 could result in some… Continue reading

Port Angeles triple homicide investigation expected to be lengthy

Investigators have way more digging to do before identifying a suspect in the Christmas season shooting deaths of two men and a… Continue reading

Police probe woman’s death in Sequim apartment

Police are investigating the death of a 57-year-old woman whose body was found Wednesday afternoon in her Sequim apartment. A crime-tape barrier was… Continue reading

Lions Park sequoia felled in Port Angeles

A sequoia tree in Port Angeles’ Lions Park that became the focus of intense debate was cut to the ground Thursday morning,… Continue reading

New book details Peninsula media history

A history of Clallam and Jefferson counties as seen through the eyes of those who wrote it is offered in retired journalist… Continue reading

West End 9-1-1 service out today

CenturyLink reported an outage of land-line-based 9-1-1 and some general phone service over land lines Wednesday afternoon in Clallam County’s West End and… Continue reading