Paul Gottlieb

Mental health check ordered

Port Angeles man faces multiple charges, including rape

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Port Angeles Yacht Club Commodore Erika Hansen-Dahlin stands on the Port Angeles Boat Haven fuel dock, a feature destined to be replaced as part of $2.1 million in improvements approved by the Port of Port Angeles.

Port Angeles marina changes in the works

New bathrooms, fuel dock on way

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Port Angeles Yacht Club Commodore Erika Hansen-Dahlin stands on the Port Angeles Boat Haven fuel dock, a feature destined to be replaced as part of $2.1 million in improvements approved by the Port of Port Angeles.

Woman charged with arson

Garage damaged in blaze

Man guilty of crash that injured girl

Daughter, then 11, has recovered, attorney says

Sequim man sentenced again for child sex crimes

A Sequim man was resentenced this week to 11½ years in prison on multiple convictions including child rape after the state Court… Continue reading

A sign honoring Brooke Bedinger, who was killed on her motorcycle near the spot, stands on the side of U.S. Highway 101 near Morse Creek east of Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Work to begin on Morse Creek curve upgrade

Death of Sequim teen sparked project

A sign honoring Brooke Bedinger, who was killed on her motorcycle near the spot, stands on the side of U.S. Highway 101 near Morse Creek east of Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Chris Fidler, executive director of the Field Arts and Events Hall, stands in what will be a conference area during a tour of the Port Angeles facility on Friday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Field Hall begins hiatus

Focus shifts to fundraising

Chris Fidler, executive director of the Field Arts and Events Hall, stands in what will be a conference area during a tour of the Port Angeles facility on Friday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
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Port Angeles police investigators examine evidence at the scene of a garage fire in the 100 block of East Fifth Street that authorities suspect was caused by arson.

Arson suspected in Port Angeles garage fire

Woman to have first court appearance Monday

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Port Angeles police investigators examine evidence at the scene of a garage fire in the 100 block of East Fifth Street that authorities suspect was caused by arson.

UFO a satellite? Sheriff’s office gets report

Was it Elon Musk’s brainchild or a UFO? Someone in this unincorporated community west of Sequim reported seeing a string of lights in… Continue reading

Tammy Ann Leask pleaded guilty Wednesday to four rape charges. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

Paraeducator to be sentenced for child rape next month

A former Quillayute Valley School District paraeducator who pleaded guilty Wednesday to four counts of second-degree child rape could serve up to… Continue reading

Tammy Ann Leask pleaded guilty Wednesday to four rape charges. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

After COVID weighed

If all take precautions, area could be free of virus by summer

Former corrections officer headed for prison

PA man pleads guilty to child molestation, pornography

Plea deal likely in student rape case

Former paraeducator may face 17½ years

Nine charges filed against Port Angeles man in brutal assault

Elderly woman reported threatened, raped, beaten

Six honored for selfless service

Volunteers tell of joy in helping others

Crash prompts vehicular assault arrest

First court appearance likely on Monday

A Port Angeles man was transported to Olympic Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries after his vehicle reportedly drifted off U.S. Highway 101 and into a building near River Road in Sequim. (Photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol)

Port Angeles man drives off highway, through fence, hits building

A Port Angeles man was transported to Olympic Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries Thursday afternoon after his vehicle drifted off U.S. Highway 101,… Continue reading

A Port Angeles man was transported to Olympic Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries after his vehicle reportedly drifted off U.S. Highway 101 and into a building near River Road in Sequim. (Photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol)