Paul Gottlieb

Fares, fees among challenges carrier would face in serving PA

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Would its smaller, 19-passenger planes flying out of Port Angeles and the same number of flights as Horizon -- four roundtrips a… Continue reading

Montana airline considers PA service

Big Sky Airlines is considering whether to provide commercial passenger airline service between Port Angeles and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. But there must be "guarantees that… Continue reading

Port Angeles: San Juan Airlines moving forward with Boeing Field service

While Big Sky Airlines considers Port Angeles, Renton-based San Juan Airlines is moving forward on plans to provide Port Angeles-to-Boeing Field service about nine-passenger turboprops… Continue reading

Port Angeles: San Juan Airline seeks December start

San Juan Airlines plans to begin passenger flights from Port Angeles to Seattle's Boeing Field by Dec. 13 -- and hopes to fill the void… Continue reading

Clallam: Commissioner candidate, former Libertarian Party officer, says she’s back to her Republican roots

For years, Sue Forde, a candidate for District 1 Sequim-area Clallam County commissioner, and her husband, Bob, were fixtures in the Clallam County Libertarian Party.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: After the Hood Canal Bridge, what’s next for the graving yard?

Will the new Port Angeles graving yard, on what's now the North Olympic Peninsula's largest piece of vacant industrial waterfront property, be a graveyard for… Continue reading

Daishowa America’s parent merges with former rival in Japan; little effect on Port Angeles operations

The merger of Daishowa America Co. Ltd.'s parent company and Nippon Unipac Holding Co. will be completed April 1, creating the largest paper-making company in… Continue reading

Relief funds aid veterans in Clallam, Jeffco counties

There are 14,933 military veterans who live on the North Olympic Peninsula -- about one in six residents in Jefferson and Clallam counties. Some can't… Continue reading

Rowan “conditional release” hearing begins Monday

Bruce Rowan is a man of "openness, intelligence and personal resolve," according to his doctors at Western State Hospital. They say the former Olympic Memorial… Continue reading

Rowan could leave locked ward Aug. 12

The Western State Hospital Risk Review Board's report on Bruce Rowan paints a positive picture of him, as does a treatment plan that Rowan must… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Prosecutor looking for “minority report” on Rowan

Like an echo of Tom Cruise's latest movie, is there a minority report on Bruce Rowan? Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Chris Shea believes there are… Continue reading

Process to determine whether ex-doctor is released from locked mental ward starts today

Bruce Rowan is on track to appear Monday in Clallam County Superior Court for a hearing that may lead to the former Port Angeles doctor's… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Rowan release hearing set for July 9

PORT ANGELES -- A judge will hold a July 9 hearing on whether Dr. Bruce Rowan is ready for "conditional release" from Western State Hospital's… Continue reading

Clallam: Prosecutor will seek another opinion on Rowan

A psychiatrist not affiliated with Western State Hospital should review the hospital's recommendation to give Bruce Rowan a "conditional release," Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Chris… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Mental hospital recommends “conditional release” for Bruce Rowan

A former Port Angeles doctor who used a baseball bat and ax to bludgeon his wife to death in 1998 is now eligible for "conditional… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Public airing Wednesday on racism accusation

PORT ANGELES -- The first public meeting of the new Community Multicultural Task Force will be held Wednesday. The meeting begins at 4 p.m. and… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Port commission meeting Monday reviews executive director’s contract

The three Port of Port Angeles commissioners on Monday will discuss -- and possibly revise -- Port Executive Director Clyde Boddy's controversial contract that allows… Continue reading

Port Angeles: The face is familiar — Clyde Boddy says he’s ready to run the Port of Port Angeles year to year

Until a month ago, Clyde Boddy's plans for 2002 included painting his house, hunting and fishing. That's all changed now. In a controversial move Monday… Continue reading

Clallam: Ad for Port of Port Angeles candidate comes under fire

A Bill Hannan campaign advertisement in Friday's Peninsula Daily News alleges the Port of Port Angeles has given more than $700,000 in "taxpayer subsidies" to… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Daishowa America paper mill will shut down for one week

PORT ANGELES -- Daishowa America will temporarily shut down for a week beginning Nov. 5 because of too much unsold inventory -- and will permanently… Continue reading