Rob Ollikainen

Port Angeles council mulls levy lid lift, other measures to fund code enforcement

The Port Angeles City Council has voted to explore three funding options for code enforcement, including a possible levy lid lift on… Continue reading

 

Pennies for Quarters buys land for tiny houses

7.5 acres west of Port Angeles meant to benefit Clallam, Jefferson veterans

 

West End Park renamed in English and Klallam

Port Angeles site now known as Pebble Beach Park in both languages

 

Garden Glory compost sale to begin Monday

Garden Glory compost will be offered at a 30 percent discount at the Port Angeles Regional Transfer Station from this coming Monday… Continue reading

Joyce Emergency Shelter demonstration scheduled

Saturday event will show how facility works in the event of a crisis

Port Angeles city manager cites upcoming investments

Nathan West tells of $128 million in upcoming projects in State of the City address

Clallam PUD tables proposal for a lower opt-out fee on smart meters

After hearing more concerns about smart meters, Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners tabled a proposal to lower opt-out fees from $30 to… Continue reading

Peninsula loses jobs, jobless rate rises

North Olympic Peninsula employers shed 400 jobs in January as unemployment rose to 8.1 percent in Clallam County and 6.6 percent in… Continue reading

Cow elk killed in Olympic National Park

Federal officials probe poaching in Hoh River Valley

Flu on the rise on Olympic Peninsula

Flu activity has ratcheted up on the North Olympic Peninsula with spikes in health care visits and positive tests, health officials said.… Continue reading

Driver in wreck at Port Angeles McDonald’s in serious condition

California man in intensive care at Harborview Medical Center

Port Angeles woman wins suit against Walmart

A federal jury has awarded $744,620 in damages to a former pharmacist at the Port Angeles and Sequim Walmart stores who could… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council takes next step for downtown development

The City Council has declared as surplus a downtown parking lot for the development of a combination parking garage, commercial center and… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula YMCA begins fundraising campaign

Donations to provide financial assistance for those who need it

Proposal seeks Klallam language in Port Angeles park name

West End Park on waterfront would become Pebble Beach Park in both languages

Port Angeles schools to lay off staff in $2.6 million cuts

The Port Angeles School District will lay off teachers and other staff to address a projected $2.6 million budget shortfall in the… Continue reading

Port Hadlock house declared uninhabitable after two fires

A Port Hadlock home was damaged by two fires within 13 days, forcing East Jefferson Fire-Rescue to declare the two-story structure uninhabitable.… Continue reading