Rob Ollikainen

State grant funding sidewalk ramps

Francis Street is getting 41 curb ramps for wheelchair accessibility thanks to a $300,000 state grant. The Port Angeles City Council accepted… Continue reading

Cougar sighting prompts third Quilcene school lockdown

Quilcene School was placed on lockdown for the third time in as many weeks after a reported cougar sighting near campus. Also, the… Continue reading

Port Angeles seeks input on new version of Dream Playground

Plans set to be unveiled today; community forum slated for this evening

Port Angeles council sets hearings on capital facilities plan

Two public hearings are scheduled this month on a proposed capital facilities plan that lists more than 250 current and future city… Continue reading

Port Angeles council asks for more details on downtown projects

The Port Angeles City Council will take another look at downtown projects before voting on a capital facilities plan. The council voted… Continue reading

Malnourished whale washes up at Port Ludlow

Gray whale one of many found dead on West Coast

Second cougar killed in Quilcene

Animal shot on land close to school campus; another one was dispatched May 23

Hearing reset for inmate accused of attempted murder of officer

A competency review hearing for a prison inmate accused of trying to kill a Clallam Bay Corrections Center deputy in 2016 has… Continue reading

Special Olympics torch passes through North Olympic Peninsula

Law enforcement officers, athletes cross area in about 13 hours

Port Angeles moves toward permanent home for electrical utility

After more than 10 years of renting space for its electric utility operations, the city of Port Angeles will construct a permanent… Continue reading

Angeles Furniture marks 100th anniversary

Angeles Furniture will celebrate its 100th anniversary Saturday. The Port Angeles business at 1114 E. First St. will mark the centennial by… Continue reading

Port Angeles Lefties assured of stadium through 2024

Play ball. The Port Angeles Lefties open their season today with optimism and the assurance that Civic Field will be their ballpark… Continue reading

Cougar is shot, killed in Quilcene

Big cat found feeding on animal after sightings in town was reportedly very thin

‘Housing czar’ among suggestions offered at joint city/county meeting

City and county lawmakers grappling with housing issues last week in a joint meeting in Port Angeles heard a suggestion for a… Continue reading

Port Angeles, Transit officials mull 24-hour restroom project

City officials will consider a pilot project introducing standalone restrooms that could be kept open 24 hours a day. Port Angeles Parks… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County considers finance department

Clallam County commissioners will discuss the second phase of establishing a Finance Department in a meeting that begins at 9 a.m. Tuesday.  The work session… Continue reading

Olympia man killed in Highway 101 wreck south of Brinnon

An Olympia man died Thursday after the pickup he was driving was struck by a dump truck along the Hood Canal south of… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council expected to approve Civic Field deal with Lefties

Agreement enables team to use city-owned stadium through 2024

Clallam Public Utility District awards solar bid to Port Townsend firm

Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners have awarded a bid to a Port Townsend company to build a community solar project in Sequim.… Continue reading