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Port Angeles City Council candidates John Madden and Samantha Rodahl shake hands Tuesday following an election forum while incumbent Mike French looks on. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

National topics touch primary forum

Ideological issues part of debate in Port Angeles City Council race

Port Angeles City Council candidates John Madden and Samantha Rodahl shake hands Tuesday following an election forum while incumbent Mike French looks on. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

Trial set for knife attack

Verdict could lead to life in prison

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The site of a proposed 106-room hotel being planned by the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe near the downtown Port Angeles waterfront sits idle on Friday as the tribe works with the city on infrastructure and environmental issues.

More delay for Elwha Hotel

Hurdles mount for $25 million project

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The site of a proposed 106-room hotel being planned by the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe near the downtown Port Angeles waterfront sits idle on Friday as the tribe works with the city on infrastructure and environmental issues.
Jefferson County Commissioner Kate Dean, left, and Clallam County Commissioner Mark Ozias.
Jefferson County Commissioner Kate Dean, left, and Clallam County Commissioner Mark Ozias.
Dash Air Shuttle is planning to fly the Cessna 402c out of William R. Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles. (Dash Air Shuttle Inc.)

Plane buy paves way to Sea-Tac

Jefferson chamber says residents are interested

Dash Air Shuttle is planning to fly the Cessna 402c out of William R. Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles. (Dash Air Shuttle Inc.)
John Procter and Kate Dexter shake hands Tuesday following their primary election forum during which third candidate Jon Bruce was absent. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

Homeless issue tops debate

Port Angeles Waterfront trail also topic at City Council candidates forum

John Procter and Kate Dexter shake hands Tuesday following their primary election forum during which third candidate Jon Bruce was absent. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)
David Scott Johnson

Arson, crash incident two-county case

Gas station employee puts out spreading fire

David Scott Johnson
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A pair of vacant building pads, once surrounded by fencing, stand next to an unoccupied building on Front Street near Lincoln Street at the entry to downtown Port Angeles.

Fence blocking panhandlers removed

Buyer in the wings for parcel

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A pair of vacant building pads, once surrounded by fencing, stand next to an unoccupied building on Front Street near Lincoln Street at the entry to downtown Port Angeles.

Mill dock removal starts Monday

Ennis Creek concerns

Jury: Port Angeles man guilty of rape

Woman ‘ran for her life’

Hilary Franz

Department of Natural Resources addressing hardwood shortage

Director solicits help from North Olympic Peninsula

Hilary Franz
Left to right, Port Angeles City Council candidates Jena Stamper, Jason Thompson and Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin receive election forum format information from moderator Andrew May. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)
Left to right, Port Angeles City Council candidates Jena Stamper, Jason Thompson and Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin receive election forum format information from moderator Andrew May. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)
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The dock at the former Rayonier Mill east of downtown Port Angeles, shown on Saturday, is scheduled to be dismantled beginning in mid-June.

Bid adieu to last of giant dock

Rayonier pier removal slated

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The dock at the former Rayonier Mill east of downtown Port Angeles, shown on Saturday, is scheduled to be dismantled beginning in mid-June.
David Scott Johnson
David Scott Johnson
David Scott Johnson
David Scott Johnson

Homicide charge in overdose death

Fentanyl, meth found in autopsy

The Port of Port Angeles Terminal 3 pier is more hospitable for large ships at the conclusion of a dredging project to allow more room underwater. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Dredging at Terminal 3 pier paves way for log ships

$1.6 million project goes 50 percent over original budget

The Port of Port Angeles Terminal 3 pier is more hospitable for large ships at the conclusion of a dredging project to allow more room underwater. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Clallam County Fire District 2
A late Monday evening blaze that firefighters said appeared to begin on the exterior of the building destroyed a home on West U.S. Highway 101 when the residents were not home.

House burns near Port Angeles airport

Clallam County Sheriff’s Office investigating blaze

Clallam County Fire District 2
A late Monday evening blaze that firefighters said appeared to begin on the exterior of the building destroyed a home on West U.S. Highway 101 when the residents were not home.

No charges in Port Angeles High School graffiti case

Slur, shooting threat on bathroom wall