Rob Ollikainen

Sequim man charged with assaulting corrections deputy

A 37-year-old Sequim man was forcibly removed from a courtroom last week after being sentenced to 210 days in jail for assaulting… Continue reading

Fatal wreck blocks Highway 20

The State Patrol is investigating a fatal wreck that occurred on state Highway 20 near Discovery Bay at about 10:45 a.m. today… Continue reading

Port Angeles council OKs BMX gate

The Port Angeles City Council has approved the $19,600 purchase of a new starting gate for the Lincoln Park BMX Track. The… Continue reading

Newly elected Port Angeles council members seated

A new majority of the Port Angeles City Council was sworn in Tuesday. Kate Dexter, Mike French, Jim Moran and Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin… Continue reading

Mount Vernon man charged with child sex crimes in Joyce

A Mount Vernon man has been charged with nine counts of child sex crimes that he allegedly committed during stays in the… Continue reading

Port Angeles man faces charges after alleged theft, pursuit

A Port Angeles man is facing charges today for an alleged theft, vehicle chase and foot pursuit in Sequim. Jesse A. Eisenhower, 26,… Continue reading

Bail set in child rape, molestation allegations against Mount Vernon man

Bail was set at $25,000 Tuesday for a Mount Vernon man who allegedly raped and molested a Clallam County girl when she… Continue reading

Bonner arraignment postponed until Jan. 12 for mental health evaluation

An arraignment for Benjamin George Bonner was continued Friday to Jan. 12 for a pending mental health evaluation. Bonner, 18, of Bainbridge… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County panel mulls contract with Economic Development Corp.

Clallam County commissioners will discuss a contract extension with the Clallam County Economic Development Corp. in their work session at 9 a.m. Tuesday. The work… Continue reading

Clallam Transit approves 2018 budget

The Clallam Transit board has approved a $10.07 million budget for 2018 that projects a 0.5 percent increase in sales tax revenue… Continue reading

Outgoing Port Angeles council majority praised

With their replacements joining in applause, the four outgoing Port Angeles City Council members took one final bow this month. Mayor Patrick… Continue reading

Report: Alleged murderer competent to stand trial

A state psychologist has determined that Shay Clinton Darrow is competent to stand trial for the shooting death of his father, a… Continue reading

Sentencing reset in methamphetamine, heroin case

The sentencing of Gerald Neil Walkup — who pleaded guilty last month with multiple drug, weapons and assault charges in connection to… Continue reading

Port Angeles utility increase leaves electricity rates unchanged in 2018

Utility customers in the city of Port Angeles will pay an average of $3.59 more on monthly bills next year. Electricity rates,… Continue reading

Woman, five dogs safe after Port Angeles fire

A house fire that originated on a stovetop was knocked down by Clallam County Fire District No. 2 personnel Wednesday. The lone… Continue reading

Port Angeles renews $257,985 contract for marketing

With lodging tax revenue at an all-time high, the city of Port Angeles has renewed a contract with Vertigo Marketing to promote… Continue reading

Clallam unemployment rises slightly while Jefferson’s rate is unchanged

Clallam County unemployment rose from 5.6 percent to 5.9 percent in November while Jefferson County’s jobless rate held steady at 5.4 percent,… Continue reading

City awards $50,000 for Port Angeles BMX track improvements

The city of Port Angeles has awarded $50,000 to the Lincoln Park BMX Association for improvements to the city-owned Lincoln Park BMX… Continue reading

Teen injured in Port Angeles wreck improving at Seattle hospital

A Port Angeles teen who was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center after the minivan he was riding in crashed into a pole… Continue reading

Hearing set in child rape case

A hearing has been set in a child rape case to determine whether certain statements the… Continue reading