Paul Gottlieb

Tours, plane exhibits, rides to be offered at Airport Appreciation Day

The annual Fairchild International Airport Appreciation Day and Fly-In is planned for Saturday after the Wings of Freedom Tour. The day —… Continue reading

Plans outlined for 7 Cedars hotel in Blyn

CEO: Conference center to be part of Phase 2 of Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe project

Trial date set on 11 charges, including stalking

A 19-year-old Port Angeles man pleaded not guilty to 11 charges, including stalking a former girlfriend whose house he allegedly broke into… Continue reading

McKinley seeks permits for addition

McKinley Paper Co. has received preliminary approval from two state air-quality agencies to install new equipment to manufacture heavyweight liner and bag-grade… Continue reading

Clallam Sheriff’s Deputy gets ‘last chance agreement’ after investigation

Michael Leiter was subject of probe of alleged inappropriate text messages

Clallam County inmate police accused is released without charge

Authorities still seek Port Angeles woman

Numerous battles of Peninsula environmentalist remembered

Retired Dr. Eloise Kailin, a Sequim environmentalist whose activism stretched beyond her most recent fight — a successful battle against fluoridation of Port… Continue reading

An accord is reached: McKinley Paper Co., local union agree to labor contract

Start-up date of Port Angeles plant is still in question

Park seeks ROV for deep-water search in Lake Crescent

Olympic National Park rangers are still searching Lake Crescent by boat daily for the body of a 35-year-old Federal Way woman who… Continue reading

Port Angeles man pleads guilty to possessing child pornography

A Port Angeles man has pleaded guilty to possessing and distributing thousands of images of child pornography, many of them depicting known… Continue reading

Search still on for woman wanted in drugs-in-jail scheme

Authorities remained on the lookout Saturday for a woman they said was involved in a scheme to provide heroin and Fentanyl to… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Christopher Thomsen of Port Angeles takes a cellphone photo of the tallship Lady Washington as it does a beauty pass of City Pier after arriving in Port Angeles on Thursday.

Tours, music, displays, food highlight Port Angeles Maritime Festival

Activities on and about the sea will be featured at the second annual Port Angeles Maritime Festival on Saturday and Sunday at… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Christopher Thomsen of Port Angeles takes a cellphone photo of the tallship Lady Washington as it does a beauty pass of City Pier after arriving in Port Angeles on Thursday.

Preparations begin on Port Angeles hotel; Cornerhouse owner getting set to vacate

A demolition permit that would make way for a new downtown hotel could be issued by June 14, David Wechner, interim Port… Continue reading

Port Angeles man charged with hate crime to undergo mental health evaluation

71-year-old allegedly harassed Jehovah’s Witnesses

Port Angeles woman pleads not guilty to drug-dealing charges

Marie Joan Haller was arrested in “Operation Spring Cleaning” warrant sweep

Tours part of this weekend’s maritime festival

Port of Port Angeles commissioners Connie Beauvais and Steve Burke will narrate 30-minute bus tours of waterfront industrial sites during this weekend’s… Continue reading

Parking fines dip in Port Angeles

Council also told of crime reports, concealed weapons permits