Paul Gottlieb

UPDATE: Four injured in midday crash on U.S. 101

Midday traffic on U.S. Highway 101 west of Port Angeles was blocked in both directions for about an hour Monday following a… Continue reading

Family support center burglarized

An agency committed to helping low-income mothers and their young children was burglarized twice last week, closing some services to needy residents.… Continue reading

Federal appeals court rules in favor of keeping historic structures in Olympic National Park

A federal court has ruled that four trail shelters and a cabin can stay put in Olympic National Park. The Ninth Circuit… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles pulls appeal of Sequim decision about John Wayne Marina

The Port of Port Angeles has withdrawn its appeal of a decision by Sequim city officials that the city’s shoreline master program… Continue reading

Neighbor quarrel leads to Port Angeles shooting

A potential explosion was averted Tuesday when a bullet fired during a rural neighborhood dispute west of Port Angeles glanced off a… Continue reading

Port Angeles man charged with second-degree child rape

A 57-year-old Port Angeles man charged with raping a 29-year-old Yakima woman when she was a child will be arraigned Friday in… Continue reading

Dave Neupert

Clallam County attorneys complete survey of District Court 1 judge candidates

Clallam County Bar Association attorneys, completing a survey of primary election judicial candidates, rated Peninsula Housing Authority attorney Dave Neupert as their… Continue reading

Dave Neupert

Clallam sheriff, former detective spar in candidate forum

A former law enforcement officer challenging the Clallam County sheriff for his position said Tuesday the agency should hire more deputies and… Continue reading

Upgrades planned after sale of Red Lion Hotel in Port Angeles

Restaurant renovations are in store for the Red Lion Hotel’s CrabHouse restaurant as a new owner takes the reins of the largest… Continue reading

PUD seeks Haffner replacement

A replacement is being sought for former longtime Clallam County Public Utility District Commissioner Hugh Haffner, whose resignation, effective Sunday, was under… Continue reading

Clallam County bar poll on judicial candidates in progress now

Clallam County lawyers are passing judgment, through a Clallam County Bar Association poll, on three Aug. 7 primary election candidates for the… Continue reading

Clallam primary ballots to be mailed this week

Voting in the upcoming primary election is less expensive by the cost of postage stamp. The 52,000 ballots that will be mailed… Continue reading

Pullers begin Power Paddle to Puyallup

A pageant of canoes began making its way last week along the Pacific Northwest and Canadian coastlines. The Power Paddle to Puyallup 2018 Canoe Journey… Continue reading

Three-hour standoff ends in arrest at Klahowya Campground

Campers enjoying their Friday morning stay at a U.S. Forest Service campground were forced to leave their campsites during a three-hour standoff… Continue reading

Two hurt in Hoko-Ozette Road wreck

A 19-year-old woman who was one of five people involved in a single-vehicle wreck on Hoko-Ozette Road was airlifted to Harborview Medical… Continue reading

Port officials limit choices for marina: Sale to private developer, levy no longer options

Selling John Wayne Marina to a for-profit company or private developer is off the table. The same is true for a Port… Continue reading

Tariffs create uncertainty, says president of Association of Washington Business

It’s a season of ups and downs for the economy, the head of a statewide business group said Wednesday. Kris Johnson, president… Continue reading

Port Angeles considers downtown ice skating rink

A rented, portable ice skating rink lies on the horizon that organizers hope will attract 200 skaters a day from Clallam and… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles commissioners to discuss John Wayne Marina on Thursday

Two of the three Port of Port Angeles commissioners do not support funding improvements to John Wayne Marina with a tax levy… Continue reading

Officials: Body of Canadian kayaker identified

Victoria-area kayaker Lin Wang, 56, of Saanich, B.C., has been identified as the man whose body was discovered last week on a… Continue reading