Paul Gottlieb

Clallam Bar Association survey picks challenger over incumbent judge; jurist initiates own poll

PORT ANGELES — The Clallam County Bar Association has rated Cathy Marshall, a candidate for Clallam County District Court 1 judge, above three-term incumbent Rick… Continue reading

REVAMP AT OMC FOUNDATION: 10 top donors questioned foundation expenditures

PORT ANGELES — The 10 donors who signed the Sept. 17 letter to Olympic Medical Center CEO Eric Lewis and OMC Foundation Executive Director Bruce… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles to hold off on $3 million Terminal 1 project

PORT ANGELES — The Port of Port Angeles will delay the $1 million startup of a multiyear $3 million Terminal 1 pile-replacement project until 2015.… Continue reading

Whole Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce may vote on whether to merge under PA United plan

PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce members might expect to vote within 60 days on consolidating with the Port Angeles Business Association,… Continue reading

Tharinger war chest 15 times greater than opponent’s; Greisamer says he can win

Republican Thomas Greisamer believes he can achieve victory in the Nov. 4 general election over 24th District state Rep. Steve Tharinger despite the incumbent’s name… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles grant less than expected

PORT ANGELES — A recently awarded federal grant will enable the Port of Port Angeles to upgrade security, but it may not cover everything on… Continue reading

Peach gains in Clallam commissioner race in second count

PORT ANGELES — District 3 Clallam County commissioner candidate Bill Peach, a Republican, gained ground on Democrat Sissi Bruch in his bid to become the… Continue reading

A deep money chasm: Kilmer’s war chest at $1.5 million; GOP foe’s till just $9,725

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer will defend his 6th District seat this general election season with a significant money advantage over real estate broker Marty McClendon,… Continue reading

Peach gains in Clallam commissioner race in second count

PORT ANGELES — District 3 Clallam County commissioner candidate Bill Peach, a Republican, gained ground on Democrat Sissi Bruch in his bid to become the… Continue reading

ELECTION — Congress race will pit incumbent Democrat Kilmer vs. GOP’s McClendon

PORT ANGELES — The race for first-term 6th District U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer’s seat shaped into a Nov. 4 general election contest between Kilmer, a… Continue reading

ELECTION — Haas gets more votes than incumbent Rosekrans in Jefferson prosecuting attorney contest

PORT TOWNSEND — Challenger Michael Haas was ahead of incumbent Jefferson County Prosecutor Scott Rosekrans in primary election-night countywide balloting that will have no impact… Continue reading

ELECTION — Congress race will pit incumbent Democrat Kilmer vs. GOP’s McClendon

PORT ANGELES — The race for first-term 6th District U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer’s seat shaped into a Nov. 4 general election contest between Kilmer, a… Continue reading

ELECTION — Haas gets more votes than incumbent Rosekrans in Jefferson prosecuting attorney contest

PORT TOWNSEND — Challenger Michael Haas was ahead of incumbent Jefferson County Prosecutor Scott Rosekrans in primary election-night countywide balloting that will have no impact… Continue reading

Kenmore Air rethinking Port Angeles-Seattle service after already making cuts

PORT ANGELES — Kenmore Air will make assessments this fall of its declining service to Port Angeles after cutting flights to Seattle from three to… Continue reading

Kenmore Air rethinking Port Angeles-Seattle service after already making cuts

PORT ANGELES — Kenmore Air will make assessments this fall of its declining service to Port Angeles after cutting flights to Seattle from three to… Continue reading

Embattled ex-Port of Port Angeles director to retire today

PORT ANGELES — Jeff Robb, Port of Port Angeles environmental affairs director, retires today after spending half his life working for the public development agency.… Continue reading

Embattled ex-Port of Port Angeles director to retire today

PORT ANGELES — Jeff Robb, Port of Port Angeles environmental affairs director, retires today after spending half his life working for the public development agency.… Continue reading

City suspends money to Port Angeles Downtown Association, threatens to end funding altogether (** With text of ‘breach of funding’ letter ** )

EDITOR'S NOTE — The city manager's letter is online at http://tinyurl.com/padaletter. PREVIOUS STORY this week — PA Untied? Downtown association directors withdraw group from merger… Continue reading

PA Untied? Downtown association directors withdraw group from merger effort

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Downtown Association board of directors has made it official: The association is withdrawing from efforts to consolidate with two… Continue reading

City suspends money going to Port Angeles Downtown Association, threatens to end funding altogether

PORT ANGELES — The city has suspended payments to the Port Angeles Downtown Association and has threatened to terminate funding to the organization. In a… Continue reading