Rob Ollikainen

Two treated and discharged after Carlsborg wreck

A Sequim man and a Port Angeles woman were treated and discharged from Olympic Medical Center after a three-vehicle wreck at the intersection… Continue reading

Peninsula promoters urged to explore geotourism during tourism summit

Quality trumps quantity when it comes to tourism, a keynote speaker said at the Olympic Peninsula Tourism Summit on Thursday. Promoters of… Continue reading

Clallam County approves draft Shoreline Master Program

In what was described as a “milestone” for Clallam County, the three commissioners approved Tuesday a final draft Shoreline Master Program for… Continue reading

OPNET: Man tried to smuggle meth into prison

A Tacoma man has been sentenced to six years in prison for trying to smuggle methamphetamine into the Clallam Bay Corrections Center,… Continue reading

Port Angeles man sentenced after pleading guilty to 13 felonies, two misdemeanors

A Port Angeles man who was arrested after fleeing from law enforcement last summer has been sentenced to seven years and three… Continue reading

State grant to allow Clallam County youth treatment agency to grow

Clallam County has received a $1.1 million grant to expand the True Star Behavioral Health youth treatment agency, the three commissioners heard… Continue reading

Cherie Kidd to represent Pacific Northwest in Ms. Senior Universe pageant

Cherie Kidd will represent her city and the Pacific Northwest this week as a contestant in the Ms. Senior Universe pageant in… Continue reading

Joyce man facing third ‘strike’ after alleged knife threat

A Joyce man is facing his third “strike” under the three strikes sentencing law after he allegedly held a knife to a… Continue reading

Three new ballot drop boxes added to serve West End voters

Three new ballot drop boxes have been added to serve Clallam Bay-Sekiu and Neah Bay voters, the Clallam County Auditor’s Office announced.… Continue reading

Jobs increase on Peninsula

North Olympic Peninsula employers added more than 250 jobs in September as Clallam and Jefferson county unemployment rates dipped slightly for the fifth consecutive month… Continue reading

Port Angeles council eyes proposed budget

The city’s 2019 preliminary budget is balanced, sustainable and maintains funding for City Council priorities, City Manager Nathan West said. The total… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council approves new contract with chamber of commerce

The Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce has a new contract and more funding to operate the visitor center at 121 E.… Continue reading

Legislature hopefuls discuss carbon fee, idea of sanctuary state at forum

The four candidates vying to represent the 24th Legislative District in the state House of Representatives tackled the environment, immigration policy and… Continue reading

Dog safely rescued from bluff near Port Angeles

A dog was rescued from the side of a bluff above Freshwater Bay on Wednesday, the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office said. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles man charged with robbery

A 37-year-old Port Angeles man was charged Thursday with second-degree robbery after he allegedly broke into a vehicle, assaulted the car owner… Continue reading

Power lines to be replaced in eight-block area of Port Angeles

Crews next month will begin replacing overhead power lines on the alley between First and Second streets in Port Angeles. The $140,930,… Continue reading

Second-degree murder charges follow discovery of body on base

A Forks man and a Tacoma man have been charged in the brutal killing of a single mother whose body was found on… Continue reading

Clallam County District Court 1 candidates promise change

Suzanne Hayden and Dave Neupert outlined their visions for Clallam County District Court 1 in a candidate’s forum last week, each saying… Continue reading

Port Angeles council backs effort to overturn ruling; home rule at issue, supporters say

Port Angeles has joined a legal effort to defend home rule authority. The City Council voted 5-2 Tuesday — with Cherie Kidd… Continue reading

Port Angeles council considers raising residential water rates

City customers will see a 5.4 percent increase in their residential water bills and no change in their home electric bills next… Continue reading