Paul Gottlieb

Armstrong to expand scope under new owner

The Eastern Washington company that recently purchased Armstrong Marine Inc. will put extra focus on building aluminum-hull catamarans as the boatbuilder continues… Continue reading

Flowers lean against the rail of the east Eighth Street bridge from which a Port Angeles High School student jumped to her death Monday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles high school student dies following jump from bridge

A 15-year-old Port Angeles High School sophomore jumped to her death at about 8 a.m. Monday from the Eighth Street bridge over… Continue reading

Flowers lean against the rail of the east Eighth Street bridge from which a Port Angeles High School student jumped to her death Monday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Plea nixed in toddler death case; attorney to argue for trial delay

Accused murderer Ramona Ward rejected a plea offer Wednesday in connection with the blunt-force-trauma death of a 2½-year-old boy, setting the stage… Continue reading

Prosecuting attorney: Suicide on rise in Clallam County

Suicides have more than doubled in Clallam County so far in 2017 compared to all of 2016, Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney-Coroner Mark… Continue reading

Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office closes investigation into Okumoto death

The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office has closed its investigation into the disappearance of Stanley K. Okumoto, whose remains were found floating Nov.… Continue reading

Maestro says Port Angeles ouster stirred personal money squeeze

PORT ANGELES — Grammy winner and former Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra conductor Adam Stern says he can't pay his rent. He remains bewildered three months… Continue reading

UPDATED — Port Angeles opens up lodging tax competition; chamber of commerce to vie for funds (* with letter from PA City Manager Dan McKeen *)

EDITOR'S NOTE: Read Port Angeles City Manager Dan McKeen's letter at http://issuu.com/peninsuladailynews/docs/first_quarter_report_response PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce officials vowed to compete… Continue reading

UPDATED — Port Angeles opens up lodging tax competition; chamber of commerce to vie for funds (with letter from PA City Manager Dan McKeen)

EDITOR'S NOTE: Read Port Angeles City Manager Dan McKeen's letter at http://issuu.com/peninsuladailynews/docs/first_quarter_report_response PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce officials vowed to compete… Continue reading

Complaint filed against Clallam County auditor

SEATTLE — A Sequim-based state licensing subagent whose contract was terminated by Clallam County Auditor Patty Rosand filed a complaint against her Wednesday in U.S.… Continue reading

Port Angeles Downtown Association hires attorney in conflict with city

PORT ANGELES — Divisions have deepened between the Port Angeles Downtown Association and city officials, with the downtown group hiring a Silverdale attorney to represent… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council approves Economic Development Council contract

PORT ANGELES — The City Council has unanimously approved a $15,000 contract for 2014 with the Clallam County Economic Development Council under which the city… Continue reading

Port Angeles Downtown Association hires attorney in conflict with city

PORT ANGELES — Divisions have deepened between the Port Angeles Downtown Association and city officials, with the downtown group hiring a Silverdale attorney to represent… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council approves Economic Development Council contract

PORT ANGELES — The City Council has unanimously approved a $15,000 contract for 2014 with the Clallam County Economic Development Council under which the city… Continue reading

Port Angeles extends deadline for ‘smart meter’ settlement negotiations to Nov. 3

PORT ANGELES — The deadline for completing negotiations that would end the city's contract for a much-debated electric utility “smart” meter program has been extended… Continue reading

Port Angeles extends deadline for ‘smart meter’ settlement negotiations to Nov. 3

PORT ANGELES — The deadline for completing negotiations that would end the city's contract for a much-debated electric utility “smart” meter program has been extended… Continue reading

Donations coming in for Olympic Medical Center aquatic program, pool; fundraiser set Saturday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — Olympic Medical Center's aquatic therapy program and the hydrotherapy pool that anchors it had been scheduled to shut down Sept. 1 for… Continue reading

REVAMP AT OMC FOUNDATION: ‘A lot of changes and improvements’ in wake of criticism about expenses

PORT ANGELES — Sara Maloney was associate executive director of the Olympic Medical Center Foundation when she abruptly quit in July 2013. She had analyzed… Continue reading

REVAMP AT OMC FOUNDATION: Celebrity golf classic improves its bottom line; better return this year

PORT ANGELES — The 2014 Sonny Sixkiller Husky Celebrity Golf Classic, staged July 24-25 by the Olympic Medical Center Foundation, has improved its fund­raising performance… Continue reading

REVAMP AT OMC FOUNDATION: Duck Derby fundraising shared among several groups

PORT ANGELES — A half-dozen community groups in Clallam County have received about 16 percent of all 2014 Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby proceeds, contrary… Continue reading

REVAMP AT OMC FOUNDATION: What — and who — is the foundation?

PORT ANGELES — The Olympic Medical Center Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, serves the needs of Olympic Medical Center clinics and its other facilities. OMC,… Continue reading