Paul Gottlieb

Former Jig & Lure building knocked down for Port Angeles marina facility

The aging wooden structure at the Port Angeles Boat Haven that recently housed the Jig & Lure Fish Co. restaurant was torn… Continue reading

Sequim man charged in road rage threat

Road-rage led to the incarceration of a 67-year-old man on a weapons-related gross misdemeanor charge Friday afternoon after his first appearance in… Continue reading

Forks family escapes blaze that burns down house

Four family members escaped a burning house uninjured with little more than the clothes they were wearing, Forks-area Fire District 1 Chief Bill… Continue reading

Clallam County prosecuting attorney to seek another term

Republican Mark Nichols will seek a second four-year term as Clallam County prosecuting attorney, he said Thursday. “I’ve had a number of… Continue reading

Long-delayed arson trial set to start in Port Angeles

The way was cleared Monday for the trial of a Sedro Woolley man who’s accused of setting his former girlfriend’s Beaver area… Continue reading

Dam Bar settles lawsuit: ASCAP sues Port Angeles establishment for licensing fees

Dam Bar owner Elda Brandt has settled a music licensing organization’s federal lawsuit against her for copyright infringement, she said. The Forks… Continue reading

Hair DNA links Ross to scene of 1978 killing in Port Angeles

Accused killer Tommy Ross Jr. is seeking a mental competency evaluation after DNA tests on a strand of hair indicated he was… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles commissioners to seek public input on possibly selling John Wayne Marina

Port of Port Angeles commissioners agreed Tuesday to seek public input on the future of publicly owned John Wayne Marina after a… Continue reading

Three women named to Clallam County EDC

Three women, including a Forks resident, were named Thursday to the Clallam County Economic Development Corp. board. Board members said the move… Continue reading

Dave Neupert to seek Clallam County District Court 1 judgeship

The first contested Clallam County race in the Nov. 6 general election emerged Wednesday after a Port Angeles lawyer and former radio… Continue reading

Suzanne Hayden to run for Clallam County District 1 judgeship

A longtime attorney for Clallam Public Defender is running for the Port Angeles-area District Court 1 judge position being vacated by Rick… Continue reading

Support mounts for probe of Port Angeles graving yard miscues

PORT ANGELES -- The push for an investigation of the Port Angeles graving yard by a governor's task force has gathered support from Port Angeles… Continue reading

What the new Medicare legislation means to the North Olympic Peninsula: first of two parts

New Medicare legislation signed into law by President Bush on Dec. 8 includes a drug benefit program that starts in 2006. The Medicare system will… Continue reading

Expelled Forks student to be arraigned Friday after alleged threats

A recently expelled Forks High School student will be arraigned Friday on a charge of felony harassment after he allegedly threatened to… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles to discuss developer’s inquiry on John Wayne Marina

Port of Port Angeles commissioners will discuss how interested they are in selling John Wayne Marina when they meet in regular session… Continue reading

Port Angeles police say city resident, 68, jumped from Eighth Street bridge

Police late Monday afternoon identified a 68-year-old Port Angeles man as the person who committed suicide that morning from the Eighth Street… Continue reading

Attorney practicing in Forks, Port Angeles to run for district judge

An attorney who practices law out of Forks and Port Angeles is running for the West End District Court 2 judicial seat occupied… Continue reading

RV park owner happy about coming Elwha River dams commotion

PORT ANGELES — The Elwha Dam RV Park is keeping its signature name — even though in three years, the Elwha Dam will be no… Continue reading

End of an era: Elwha River turbines to be stopped Wednesday after nearly a century

PORT ANGELES — Like a double-edged sword, the Glines Canyon and Elwha dams have produced electricity for the North Olympic Peninsula for almost a century… Continue reading