Paul Gottlieb

Hearings set for grandmother accused of bringing drugs into prison

A 69-year-old Maple Valley grandmother who allegedly tried to smuggle drugs to her son, a Clallam Bay Corrections Center inmate, will have… Continue reading

 

McKinley Paper mill ‘nearing startup’ in Port Angeles

WorkSource: Workers told full operations in March

 

Company in lease negotiations with Port of Port Angeles

Unnamed entity could create 15-20 living-wage jobs

 

Transportation funds, gun bills before Legislature

Rewriting spending plan tops priority list

Search called off for missing Neah Bay man

Deputies still seeking information to find out if he is safe

Two groups stranded in snow rescued

Three people trapped in pickup, two lost in forest

Port commissioner announces run for state senate

Connie Beauvais decides to run against Kevin Van De Wege

Port commissioners mull John Wayne Marina ideas

A public review process was set in motion Tuesday for three concept proposals on the future of John Wayne Marina — and… Continue reading

Overnight shelters open for those in need

Peninsula’s cold snap prompts ‘Blue Flag’

Impacts varied across Peninsula in first winter storm

Snowfall ranged from a dusting to enough to close schools

Dialysis facility plans delayed but still going forward

New Port Angeles building by 2021 is the target

McKinley sets new date to open Port Angeles plant

Targets mid-January for start of production

Official: Clallam Bay Corrections Center fight racially motivated

Close-custody units remain on lockdown after dozens brawl

Port Angeles City Council members recall Jim Moran as they eye future

Officials: Talk on finding someone to complete term could start by Dec. 3 meeting

Supreme Court upholds dismissal of murder case

Ruling stands that Tommy Lee Ross Jr.’s right to speedy trial was violated

Makah Tribe whaling hearing begins

NOAA waiver focus of proceedings in Seattle

Sequim man sentenced in Bellingham for child rape

Anthony Ward pleads guilty to first-degree child molestation, second-degree child rape

A tribute to four Peninsula residents who have received the 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