Paul Gottlieb

Court rejects appeal of Dungeness Water Rule

Earlier decision upheld in favor of state Department of Ecology

Slain woman’s neighbors still on ‘high alert’ as police continue to investigate

Makah tribal member Valerie Claplanhoo killed in Sequim apartment

Forks man jailed for investigation of first-degree child molestation

A Forks man has been arrested for investigation of first-degree child molestation of a girl younger than 12 years old. Bail of $50,000… Continue reading

State Senate, House don’t see eye to eye on budgets

Differences on Morse Creek, Hadlock wastewater facility, Boys & Girls Clubs, boatbuilding school

Names chosen for buildings at Port Angeles’ Waterfront Center

The performance venue-conference facility that will anchor a downtown cluster of buildings called the Port Angeles Waterfront Center has its own moniker.… Continue reading

Hearing set on NOAA plan for Makah whale hunts

The Makah Tribe would hunt from one to three Eastern North Pacific gray whales annually over 10 years under a federal proposal… Continue reading

Sequim man faces charges of repeated child rape

Anthony Ward, released in January 2018 on $30,000 bail, is not allowed to communicate with minors

Tommy Ross Jr. charged in Sacramento

He pleaded not guilty to a set of four felonies and a misdemeanor

Commissioner of Public Lands highlights fire suppression bill in visit

Hilary Franz touts insurance premium tax increase to create wildfire account

Tommy Ross to face more charges in California

Appeal of dismissed murder charges in Port Angeles pending

Olympic Medical Center funding included in state Senate budget

The North Olympic Peninsula’s three Democratic lawmakers were enthusiastic that the $52.2 billion draft state Senate operating budget includes funding for Olympic Medical… Continue reading

Series to feature Rygaard logging family member

A new History Channel reality series, “Ax Men Reborn,” will feature a Rygaard logging family member and, for one episode, an appearance… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Cmdr. Scott Jackson, commanding officer of U.S. Coast Guard Air Station/Sector Field Office Port Angeles, speaks about the role of the Coast Guard during a Thursday luncheon with the Kiwanis Club of Port Angeles.

Coast Guard to partake in tsunami drill at Port Angeles base

More than 100 U.S. Coast Guard personnel will engage in a tsunami exercise next Wednesday, culminating with them boarding a boat that… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Cmdr. Scott Jackson, commanding officer of U.S. Coast Guard Air Station/Sector Field Office Port Angeles, speaks about the role of the Coast Guard during a Thursday luncheon with the Kiwanis Club of Port Angeles.

McKinley Paper applies for permits for new equipment

$600,000 project planned at Port Angeles site

Port of Port Angeles purchases refurbished log stacker

The Port of Port Angeles has purchased a refurbished four-decades-old log stacker to replace one beginning to show its age. Port of… Continue reading

Morse Creek curve barrier funding in House budget

Money for project east of Port Angeles isn’t in Senate plan, but lawmaker undeterred

District 24 legislators: Needs outweigh available funding

A better-than-expected state revenue forecast for 2017-21 did little to buoy the hopes of 24th District legislators who will dig into newly unveiled… Continue reading

Peninsula College to cut jobs, continuing education program

Peninsula College will eliminate about 15 positions and suspend its continuing education program beginning this summer, the school announced. Continuing education will… Continue reading

Lower Elwha Tribe to buy more downtown Port Angeles property

Cornerhouse Restaurant, Downtown Hotel and Necessities & Temptations part of plan

Clallam County deputy undergoing investigation on second complaint

A Clallam County Sheriff’s deputy who recently served a one-month suspension for misconduct concerning inappropriate text messages, has been placed on paid… Continue reading