Paul Gottlieb

Trial date set for Port Angeles man charged in rape case

A June 4 trial date has been set for a Port Angeles man charged with sexually assaulting a Lower Elwha Klallam tribal… Continue reading

 

Sequim man charged in three incidents out on bail again

Net Nanny child-sex-sting defendant Clinton Roy Caldwell of Sequim is out on bail again, this time on a charge of felony harassment… Continue reading

 

Judge halts pay or appear: New state law to impact finances in Clallam, Jefferson counties

Rick Porter, the Port Angeles area’s outgoing District Court judge, has eliminated his pay-or-appear program, a singular achievement of his 16-year tenure,… Continue reading

 

Interim Clallam County treasurer seeks post

Interim Clallam County Treasurer Teresa Marchi wants to make her job more permanent. On Tuesday, Marchi announced her candidacy for the four-year… Continue reading

$50,000 bail set for Sequim man on harassment charge following sting arrest

Bail of $50,000 was set Monday for Net Nanny child-sex-sting defendant Clinton Roy Caldwell of Sequim on a charge of felony harassment… Continue reading

Port Angeles Lefties owner hopes to build spectator deck at Civic Field

Construction of a new spectator deck is being planned for Civic Field in time for the Lefties’ upcoming second season, team majority… Continue reading

Alleged ramming of Quileute police car under investigation

Quileute tribal officials are investigating an incident involving a woman who allegedly rammed into Quileute Police Chief Bill Lyon’s car April 11,… Continue reading

Contest emerges for West End District Court judgeship

A two-man race has emerged for the West End District Court 2 judge position being vacated by longtime jurist John Doherty, who… Continue reading

Sequim city code prohibits private marinas

Port commissioners urged not to sell John Wayne Marina to private developers

No more internet ads for Sequim man accused of child sex crimes

A Sequim man who was arrested in March in the Net Nanny child-sex sting has had his internet use restricted after he… Continue reading

Draft cleanup study for Port Angeles Harbor given to Ecology

A carpet of sand and gravel would cap buried logs, woody debris and carcinogenic pollutants that contaminate sediment at the bottom of… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles seeks bids for stormwater project

Bids are being sought beginning this week for the Port of Port Angeles’ largest capital project for 2018, which will be built… Continue reading

Forks-area district court judge won’t seek re-election

Longtime North Olympic Peninsula lawyer and jurist John H. Doherty is not seeking re-election to his Forks-area District Court 2 judge position. Doherty,… Continue reading

Attempted burglary reported at VFW post in Forks

A safe at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9106 in Forks was too strong to pry open during an attempted burglary, Forks Police… Continue reading

One-of-a kind collaboration expected to train health care workers on Peninsula

Peninsula College is teaming up with health care providers from Clallam and Jefferson counties in a wide-ranging $1 million effort funded by… Continue reading

Nurse to challenge Chapman for district state rep seat

A licensed practical nurse who spearheaded the successful drive against an affordable housing initiative in Jefferson County last November announced her candidacy… Continue reading

Sedro-Woolley man found guilty of Beaver home arson, other charges

An interview with authorities, voicemail messages and traces of DNA linking Marshall Jay Lewis to the torching of his ex-girlfriend’s Beaver-area home… Continue reading

The National Park Service is considering raising entrance fees at Olympic National Park in an effort to work on a maintenance backlog. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Officials rethinking fee hikes: Olympic National Park officials await final plan

Olympic National Park officials are awaiting word from Washington, D.C., following reports that the… Continue reading

The National Park Service is considering raising entrance fees at Olympic National Park in an effort to work on a maintenance backlog. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Bail set at $20,000 for Sequim man who led police on chase

A 36-year-old Sequim man authorities said refused to take a breathalyzer test had bail set at $20,000 Monday on charges of driving under… Continue reading

Legislation ‘classic mistake:’ House GOP chief talks about public records, 24th District

Washington House Minority Leader J. T. Wilcox said he was wrong to support a law exempting state lawmakers from the state Public… Continue reading