Paul Gottlieb

Volunteers requested for skating rink: Port Angeles facility to be open Nov. 23 to Jan. 6

Today is lights day for the Port Angeles Winter Ice Village. Volunteers are needed to help string 33,000 holiday icicle-lights for the… Continue reading

 

Outcome unchanged in close race after third count of Clallam ballots

General election results, including a close race for West End District Court 2 judge, remained static late Tuesday afternoon in the latest… Continue reading

 

Permits in process for holiday season shows at Lincoln Theater

Owners want to turn venue into nonprofit performing arts space

 

Richard B. Anderson

A tribute to four Peninsula residents who have received Medal of Honor

EDITOR’S NOTE: This column by PDN Senior Staff Writer Paul Gottlieb first appeared Nov. 10, 2000. We print an updated version every Veterans Day. A… Continue reading

Richard B. Anderson

Daily ballot counts required with larger population

There may be no more waiting for three days for Clallam County election returns beginning in 2019 after Auditor Shoona Riggs learned… Continue reading

Court official: Tommy Ross should be released pending appeal

A state Court of Appeals commissioner has affirmed that Tommy Ross should be released from jail because murder charges against him were… Continue reading

Nole promises change in Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office

Joe Nole, who is now a detective in the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, looks forward to addressing the issues for which he… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles considers $10.2 million budget

A 1 percent levy increase is part of the Port of Port Angeles’ proposed $10.2 million operating budget for 2019, which is… Continue reading

Westport moving from port building to old Walmart near Port Angeles

Yacht-builder Westport LLC will finish moving its cabinet manufacturing operation from the Airport Industrial Park west of downtown Port Angeles to the… Continue reading

Nichols retains Clallam County prosecuting attorney seat

Republican Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Mark Nichols on Wednesday was looking toward the future after voters on Election Night gave him an… Continue reading

State, Congressional incumbents keep seats

It was business as usual Wednesday for Democratic incumbents who on election night made a clean sweep of their Republican opponents in… Continue reading

PHOTO: A light in the darkness at Port Angeles service

Pastor Olaf Baumann of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Port Angeles lights the Tree of Life candelabra Saturday during a remembrance service, organized by Interfaith… Continue reading

Candidates in contested Clallam races raise more than $200,000

Campaign financial reports filed as of Friday with the state Public Disclosure Commission show contested Clallam County candidates spending $137,000 from more… Continue reading

Sheriff’s race tops money war in contested Jefferson County races

Campaign financial reports filed as of Friday with the state Public Disclosure Commission show Jefferson County candidates spending $126,000 from $167,000 in… Continue reading

Nichols seeks medical records

A woman who has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Mark Nichols wants to block disclosure of her… Continue reading

Silent vigils, gathering set in wake of shootings

Gatherings are planned today and Saturday in Port Angeles and Sequim to remember last week’s victims of religious and racial hatred —… Continue reading

Clallam District Court 1 judge candidates debate as election looms

After squaring off during a dozen forums since May in their quest for an elected Clallam County District Court 1 judicial position,… Continue reading

Tommy Ross Jr. to stay in Oregon awaiting Washington Court of Appeals decision

Tommy Ross Jr. will not be returning to the Clallam County jail, at least for the time being. In a Clackamas… Continue reading

Appeals court remands case to Superior Court; court also says judge violated court rules for setting indigent bail

The state Court of Appeals is remanding back to Clallam County a 2016 Superior Court case the appeals court judges said has… Continue reading

Sequim man accused as child sex predator dies of cancer

Clinton R. Caldwell, one of a dozen suspected predators arrested in a Net-Nanny child-sex sting operation in March, died Monday at his home,… Continue reading