Rob Ollikainen

More discussion planned on proposed five-story development in downtown Port Angeles

The Port Angeles City Council has delayed a decision to declare as surplus a downtown parking lot for a proposed five story-development… Continue reading

City, county joint housing board discusses facilitator, task force in initial meeting in Port Townsend

A joint housing oversight board conducted its first meeting in Jefferson County on Wednesday, setting its sights on a facilitator and task… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council to mull fees for public records

Meeting set for tonight on ordinance that would comply with new state law

State Legislature about to warm up after snow

Local lawmakers discuss plastic bags, jobs, death penalty

Snow melting, but more — a little more — expected

Temperatures climbed into the mid-40s on the North Olympic Peninsula on Friday and Saturday, melting much of the snow that paralyzed the… Continue reading

Firefighters battle two blazes near Sequim

Firefighters with Clallam County Fire District No. 3 knocked down a pair of fires that occurred in the Sequim area Thursday night and… Continue reading

Sequim man charged in Florida with child molestation

A Sequim man has been charged in Florida with two counts of child molestation for alleged crimes that occurred there between 2012… Continue reading

Port Angeles, Clallam County seek site for joint emergency center, dispatch facility

City council votes to let police, fire departments explore options with county

Port Angeles City Council OKs multi-family housing tax exemption

The Port Angeles City Council has approved a property tax exemption to give developers more incentive to build multi-family housing. The City… Continue reading

Snow, slush, rain forecast for winter-weary Peninsula

A mix of snow and rain was forecast today on the North Olympic Peninsula, where weather-weary commuters, first responders and plow crews… Continue reading

Port Angeles council OKs department changes to save money

The Port Angeles Public Works and Utilities Department has been reorganized to consolidate core functions under key managers and promises to achieve… Continue reading

Peninsula slush likely to freeze overnight

The blanket of snow on the North Olympic Peninsula turned into a slushy mess Tuesday as warmer temperatures and light rain moved… Continue reading

Portions of North Olympic Peninsula hammered with several feet of snow

One foot reported in many locations; some places reporting 3 feet or more

Sunset Do It Best Hardware closes in Port Angeles

Sunset Do It Best Hardware closed Friday after 40 years in Port Angeles. Owners Bill and Fred Hermann said they are retiring… Continue reading

Sgt. John Hollis of the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office shot this photo of a traffic jam just east of the Port Angeles border Friday. (Sgt. John Hollis/Clallam County Sheriff’s Office)

Morse Creek on Highway 101, other areas closed by snow

Sequim and Port Angeles are getting the brunt of the snowstorm hovering over the North Olympic Peninsula, said a meteorologist with the… Continue reading

Sgt. John Hollis of the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office shot this photo of a traffic jam just east of the Port Angeles border Friday. (Sgt. John Hollis/Clallam County Sheriff’s Office)

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