Rob Ollikainen

Clallam deputies seek two people with state warrants

Sheriff’s Office: Todd Winger and Michelle Vargo have extensive drug-related criminal histories

Elwha Bridge presentations scheduled for Port Angeles, Forks this week

State officials to update residents about replacement

Port Angeles School District reports more attempted luring

The Port Angeles School District reported today two child luring attempts — the third and fourth stranger encounters since Jan. 9 —… Continue reading

Snowshoe walks offered at Hurricane Ridge

Guided hikes available Saturdays, Sundays and holiday Mondays through March

Skiing at Hurricane Ridge to begin Saturday; park road to reopen Friday

It’s time to wax the skis and snowboards and dance for snow at Hurricane Ridge. With the partial government shutdown lifted for… Continue reading

Port Angeles to assess restrooms: City Council member urges 24-hour access

The city of Port Angeles will conduct an assessment of its public restrooms this year and begin a multi-year replacement of its… Continue reading

Port Angeles council member suggests making vehicles stop at each light on First, Front downtown

Should the city of Port Angeles re-time its downtown traffic lights to make vehicles stop repeatedly on First and Front streets? City… Continue reading

Clallam road levy expected to bring in about $7.44 million

Clallam County commissioners have certified the 2019 road levy, an annual action required by state law. Commissioners voted 2-0 Tuesday — with… Continue reading

Port Angeles man still in serious condition after wreck with semi-truck

83-year-old Timothy K. Nobuhara in intensive care unit at Harborview Medical Center

Two hurt in minivan-semi collision on Highway 101 at Monroe Road

An elderly Port Angeles man had been upgraded to serious condition after surgery Saturday at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after the… Continue reading

Volunteers seek homeless people during Point in Time Count

Cora Kruger and Lacey Fry climbed a hill above the Port Angeles Waterfront Trail last week looking for homeless people to survey.… Continue reading

Port Angeles council members approve strategic plan after discussion

The City Council has adopted a strategic plan for 2019 and 2020. The two-page plan will “align vision, goals and objectives with… Continue reading

Port Angeles man charged with killing father awaits psychiatrist report

Shay C. Darrow, a Port Angeles man charged with killing his father more than two years ago, will soon find out whether… Continue reading

Peninsula unemployment rises slightly; jobs decrease

North Olympic Peninsula employers shed nearly 300 jobs last month and Clallam and Jefferson unemployment rose by less than 1 percentage point, state officials said.… Continue reading

Efforts made to help Coast Guard families

Donations were being sought Tuesday for federal workers in Jefferson County affected by the 32-day-old partial government shutdown. A Gofundme site had… Continue reading

Boat capsizing that killed Joyce man is under investigation

Joshua Porter died after the Mary B II was hit by a 20-foot wave while crossing the Yaquina Bay bar.

Beating death case ‘inching toward resolution’

A murder case involving the beating death of a 71-year-old Sequim woman is “inching toward a resolution,” Benjamin G. Bonner’s attorney said.… Continue reading

Port Angeles School District reports two luring incidents

The Port Angeles School District has reported another “stranger encounter” involving a student. The attempted luring incidents occurred in Gales Addition on… Continue reading

Speakers set for Lions Park celebration on MLK Day

A community celebration is planned at Lions Park on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday. Save Our Sequoia is hosting “Infinite… Continue reading