Rob Ollikainen

Campaign to aid local business in works

Clallam commissioners expected to OK spending request for “Choose Clallam First”

Getting out, staying safe: Hiker experiences Lake Angeles

Now this is social distancing. You could hear a pin drop from the frozen shores of Lake Angeles on Sunday, miles… Continue reading

Accused poacher sentenced to prison

Hutt first in state to serve time

Forks man charged with killing his infant daughter

A Forks man was charged Tuesday with the murder of his infant daughter. Izaiah Jamal Calloway, 20, was charged in Clallam County… Continue reading

Port Angeles hires contractor to repair three damaged streets

The Port Angeles City Council has hired a local contractor to repair three damaged streets and to chip seal two others later… Continue reading

Forks baby dies after alleged assault

Charges may be upgraded to murder

Clallam County OKs certain employees working from home

Leave program enacted in light of virus outbreak

Federal judge dismisses lawsuit over proposed lodging place at Sequim Bay

Suit was filed against county’s community development director

EYE ON CLALLAM: County, Sequim to conduct meetings online

Peninsula Daily News Clallam County commissioners are encouraging the public to view their meetings online in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Commissioners will conduct a… Continue reading

Infant clinging to life after alleged assault by her father

A six-week-old baby was fighting for her life Friday after allegedly being assaulted by her father, Port Angeles police said. Izaiah Jamal… Continue reading

Clallam County Fire District 2 to ask for levy lid lift

Act would generate $660,121 per year

Local governments urge more money for state crime lab

Jefferson County commissioners passed similar resolution March 9

Clallam County issues emergency declaration

Commissioners cite critical shortage of protective gear

Jobs rise, so does unemployment on Peninsula

Clallam, Jefferson counties had more people working, more job seekers from December to January

More tests come back negative on Peninsula

Confirmed cases remains at one; some tests still out