Paul Gottlieb

Thieves spoil Christmas for some in Jefferson County

The spirit of taking rather than giving tainted Christmas Eve and Christmas Day for owners of a Port Townsend business and a… Continue reading

Snow-related collisions number in the dozens on Peninsula

North Olympic Peninsula law enforcement emergency personnel were hoping for a quieter Christmas Day after a Christmas Eve filled with dozens of… Continue reading

Luminary display joins neighbors, generations in Port Angeles

A string of about 400 luminaries three blocks long marked a holiday path like lights on a snowy tree limb on Christmas… Continue reading

Sequim man in court after alleged threat of tribal bus driver

A 58-year-old Sequim man arrested after allegedly threatening a school bus driver for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe while using a racial slur… Continue reading

EDC aims for more gender diversity on its board

The nonprofit Clallam County Economic Development Corp. will strive for more gender diversity on a board of directors now made up entirely… Continue reading

Two boys airlifted following early morning Port Angeles crash

A Port Angeles man was cited for negligent driving after a wreck that sent his two sons to a Seattle hospital, a… Continue reading

Jefferson County’s yearlong ban on shooting ranges puts D’Amico proposal on hold

Jefferson County commissioners will begin forming a citizens’ advisory committee in January to address shooting-range issues after they imposed a maximum yearlong… Continue reading

Clallam commissioners name committee for treasurer applicants

Clallam County commissioners named a committee Monday to screen applicants for the vacancy created by former elected Treasurer Selinda Barkhuis, who resigned… Continue reading

Meeting between tribal and Port Angeles officials called off

A meeting with the Lower Elwha Tribal Council and all seven Port Angeles City Council members who will be seated as of… Continue reading

State terminates Cooke’s lease for Port Angeles salmon farm

Meetings are expected to begin this week between the state Department of Natural Resources and Cooke Aquaculture Pacific on plans to shut… Continue reading

Port Angeles Citizen of the Year finalists are busy community volunteers

They are all givers. Each in their own way, the three finalists for Citizen of the Year for the Port Angeles Regional… Continue reading

Barkhuis leaves treasurer position on Friday, citing work-related stress

PORT ANGELES —After saying for nearly a year she would resign, elected Clallam County Treasurer Selinda Barkhuis made it official last week, quitting Friday, a… Continue reading

Port Angeles suicide threats spike during one 24-hour period

Law enforcement officials responded to a steep increase in suicide threats in Port Angeles in a five-hour period Wednesday that defied explanation… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News The building that formerly housed the Olympic Skate Center on West Seventh Street in Port Angeles has been purchased by Northwest Kidney Center.

Northwest Kidney Centers buys Olympic Skate Center in Port Angeles

Northwest Kidney Centers has bought the shuttered Olympic Skate Center with plans to raze the building and construct a new dialysis facility… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News The building that formerly housed the Olympic Skate Center on West Seventh Street in Port Angeles has been purchased by Northwest Kidney Center.

Port Angeles School Board member quits, blasts system

Susan Shotthafer, who blazed her own trail during two years in elected office, has resigned her position on the Port Angeles School… Continue reading

Death leaves many questions in parents’ minds

Joseph Daniel Henry had unmedicated schizophrenia when he was released early from a Sedro-Woolley drug treatment center in mid-September. By the time… Continue reading

Olympic Hot Springs Road wrestles with Elwha River

Flood-ravaged Olympic Hot Springs Road is battling an Elwha River swollen by rain and warm-temperature runoff, a waterway unleashed by the… Continue reading

Grieving fathers: Two dads urge bridge suicide barriers in Port Angeles

Two bridges, two suicides, two grieving fathers. Enough is enough, Richart Wishart and Randy Henry said last week. They believe it’s time… Continue reading

Bail set at $100,000 in Forks truck crash

Bail of $100,000 was set Monday for a Forks man who allegedly crashed a truck he was driving Oct. 14 before he fled… Continue reading

McKinley Paper Co. selects equipment vendor; still targeting December 2018 for start-up

McKinley Paper Co. has selected a vendor for equipment that will produce cardboard liner at the former Nippon Paper Industries USA papermaking… Continue reading