Rob Ollikainen

Representatives tell action team that goal is expanded broadband access for region

State and federal lawmakers are working to close the broadband gap that exists in such rural areas as the West End of… Continue reading

Peninsula tribal representatives tell of struggles to get high-speed internet

Efforts to improve broadband access for Olympic Peninsula tribes were spotlighted in a Broadband Action Team meeting in Port Angeles. Several West… Continue reading

Port Angeles to focus more on code compliance

The Port Angeles City Council had agreed that code compliance should be a higher priority. Exactly how to pay for a code… Continue reading

McKinley Paper: Ediz Hook mill to be operating in a year

McKinley Paper Co. officials have said the company will begin production at its Port Angeles mill by September 2019, ending a curtailment… Continue reading

Port Angeles OKs Indigenous People’s Day after debate

After a lively debate, the Port Angeles City Council voted last week to recognize Indigenous People’s Day on Columbus Day. The council… Continue reading

Peninsula jobless rates down slightly

North Olympic Peninsula unemployment rates were down slightly in August and remained below 2017 levels, the state Employment Security Department said this week. Clallam County’s… Continue reading

Sequim man accusd of fourth drunk driving offense

A Sequim man has been charged with his fourth driving under the influence offense in the last decade, making it a Class… Continue reading

McKinley Paper plans to start production in September 2019 at Port Angeles mill

McKinley Paper Co. has announced that it will start production in September 2019, ending a curtailment for the mill on Ediz Hook… Continue reading

Child rape charges against Port Angeles man dismissed

Child rape charges have been dismissed against a Port Angeles man because the statute of limitations has run its course. Cory A.… Continue reading

Port Angeles Community and Economic Development director named

Port Angeles Planning Manager Allyson Brekke has been promoted to Community and Economic Development director, city officials announced. Brekke, who joined the… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County panel to discuss administrator search

Peninsula Daily News Clallam County commissioners will discuss the next steps to be taken in the search for a county administrator when they meet at… Continue reading

Port Angeles skating rink outlined: Organizers seek volunteers, funds for winter village

Plans have been unveiled for a seasonal ice skating rink and winter village in downtown Port Angeles. Organizers of the Port Angeles… Continue reading

Bail set at $25,000 for Port Angeles man suspected in crime spree

Bail was set at $25,000 Monday for a Port Angeles man suspected in a recent crime spree. Brandon K. Hall, who was… Continue reading

Area breweries, wineries, art, music featured at Arts & Draughts

Beer, wine, art and live music will be served this weekend at the Port Angeles Arts & Draughts beer and wine festival.… Continue reading

Artists to demonstrate techniques at Arts & Draughts

Painters, sculptors, spinners and weavers will put the arts in Arts & Draughts this weekend. Local and regional artisans will demonstrate their… Continue reading

Port Angeles to study housing needs

The Port Angeles City Council has hired a La Conner consultant to conduct a housing needs assessment for the city. Council members… Continue reading

Water main breaks on West 10th Street in Port Angeles

City crews were working to repair a water main that had broken at West 10th and N streets late this afternoon. Crews… Continue reading

Celebration planned for suicide barriers on Port Angeles bridges

A community block party is planned on the Eighth Street bridges Wednesday evening. Billed as a “thank you” concert for the people… Continue reading

Log truck spills load on Highway 112 west of Joyce

A portion of state Highway 112 was closed for more than four hours Friday after a fully-loaded log truck overturned west of… Continue reading

Molestation trial date set

A Sequim man has pleaded not guilty to molesting a girl at his residence about two years ago. Brian Russell Dilley, 37,… Continue reading