Paul Gottlieb

State Sen. Jim Hargrove warns Dungeness Water Rule lawsuit could delay area development for years

PORT ANGELES — A lawsuit against the Dungeness Water Rule could eliminate development from Bagley Creek to Sequim Bay for years, state Sen. Jim Hargrove… Continue reading

Olympic National Park seeks input on long-range plan for mountain goats

PORT ANGELES — National Park Service officials, prompted in part by the 2010 death of Port Angeles resident Bob Boardman, are preparing a new environmental… Continue reading

Olympic National Park seeks input on long-range plan for mountain goats

PORT ANGELES — National Park Service officials, prompted in part by the 2010 death of Port Angeles resident Bob Boardman, are preparing a new environmental… Continue reading

Port Angeles Downtown Association’s vote on PA United merger effort due by July 10

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Downtown Association's approximately 170 members will vote by July 10 on merging with two other business groups or continuing… Continue reading

Board president: Port Angeles Downtown Association membership should vote on merger with business groups

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Downtown Association’s membership should vote on merging with two other business groups, although the board has already voted against… Continue reading

Board president: Port Angeles Downtown Association membership should vote on merger with business groups

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Downtown Association’s membership should vote on merging with two other business groups, although the board has already voted against… Continue reading

Port Angeles’ Feiro Marine Life Center seeking new site for expansion after Oak Street property plans fall through

PORT ANGELES — The Feiro Marine Life Center is pressing forward with expansion plans despite an Alaska company's recent decision to abandon efforts to build… Continue reading

Port Angeles Downtown Association withdraws from merger discussions — what will happen next?

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Downtown Association board of directors has voted 7-1, with one abstention, to halt participation in efforts to merge the… Continue reading

Property’s resale effort kills hopes for marine center in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — The sale of the Oak Street property has fallen through, dashing plans for a marine-science and conference center to attract visitors to… Continue reading

Rep. Tharinger, GOP challenger come down on different sides of issues in Sequim forum

SEQUIM — An incumbent state representative and his GOP challenger touched on an array of topics ranging from climate change to taxes to legalized marijuana… Continue reading

UPDATE — Port Angeles Downtown Association board votes to break from PA United merger discussions — but next moves are unclear

UPDATE — The Port Angeles Downtown Association board of directors voted 7-1, with one abstention, on Monday not to move forward with efforts to merge… Continue reading

Original Adventuress bell to be reunited with schooner in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — A belle of the seas is getting her bell back. Lost for 99 years, the schooner Adventuress’ original ship’s bell arrived in… Continue reading

Property’s resale effort kills hopes for marine center in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — The sale of the Oak Street property has fallen through, dashing plans for a marine-science and conference center to attract visitors to… Continue reading

Neighbors’ gas, diesel pipeline leakage main pollutant at PenPly mill site

PORT ANGELES — Fuel that had nothing to do with industrial production was a major source of pollution at a mill that churned out plywood… Continue reading

Neighbors’ gas, diesel pipeline leakage main pollutant at PenPly mill site

PORT ANGELES — Fuel that had nothing to do with industrial production was a major source of pollution at a mill that churned out plywood… Continue reading

Original Adventuress bell to be reunited with schooner in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — A belle of the seas is getting her bell back. Lost for 99 years, the schooner Adventuress' original ship's bell arrived in… Continue reading

Can’t make them like they used to: Permitting rules would make ‘Sluicing the Hogback’ impossible today

PORT ANGELES — In today's world, a project as massive as “sluicing the Hogback,” which brought Port Angeles into the modern era, would be buried… Continue reading

Can’t make them like they used to: Permitting rules would make ‘Sluicing the Hogback’ impossible today

PORT ANGELES — In today's world, a project as massive as “sluicing the Hogback,” which brought Port Angeles into the modern era, would be buried… Continue reading

Washington state congressional delegation writes to British Columbia about raw sewage

Members of Washington state’s congressional delegation have called on British Columbia Premier Christy Clark to expedite a plan to end the dumping of raw sewage… Continue reading

PA United initiative could lose Port Angeles Downtown Association’s involvement

PORT ANGELES — PA United participants grappled this week with the possibility that the Port Angeles Downtown Association might leave the fold. “It’s unfortunate, but… Continue reading