Rob Ollikainen

Clallam PUD to raise water, sewer, electric rates

Increases for several years part of budget plan

 

Officials continue to monitor salmonella outbreak

Health officials are monitoring a salmonella outbreak related to backyard poultry that has sickened at least one in Clallam County and 20 statewide. Meanwhile, Washington… Continue reading

 

Clallam Transit buses line up to take on passengers at the The Gateway transit center in downtown Port Angeles on Oct. 24. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Clallam Transit: I-976 would limit service

State Initiative 976 would disrupt or diminish Clallam Transit service if approved Nov. 5, agency officials said. Clallam Transit released on Oct. 23 an impact… Continue reading

 

Mental health questioned in stabbing case

Evaluation ordered for Sequim woman

Sheriff’s Office deputies interrupt alleged burglary

Clallam County Sheriff’s Office deputies interrupted the burglary of a vacant home on the Miller Peninsula and arrested an intoxicated suspect, Chief Criminal Deputy Brian… Continue reading

Accused poacher trial set: Sequim man charged with 11 counts

A Sequim man accused of illegal hunting after a two-county poaching investigation has pleaded not guilty to 11 counts in Clallam County Superior Court. Wyatt… Continue reading

State politicians discuss leadership at Peninsula College gathering

Van De Wege, Tharinger, Chapman cite array of examples for students

Poaching trial set on 16 counts

Two men accused in Jefferson, Clallam

Sequim Library, NOLS branches drop overdue materials fines

Fine-free libraries increase circulation, access, director says

Sequim man charged in federal court with meth

A Sequim man has been charged in federal court with selling 170 grams — or six ounces — of methamphetamine in Sequim and on two… Continue reading

Clallam County gets $356,864 bid to drill test well near Carlsborg

Clallam County has received a $356,864 bid to drill a 900-foot-deep test well north of Carlsborg, commissioners heard Monday, Aug. 19. Tacoma Pump and Drilling… Continue reading

EDC requests funds, partnership with public utility district

Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners have been asked to consider a $20,000 funding request and partnership with Clallam County Economic Development Corp., or EDC.… Continue reading

Peninsula receives more than $1 million for fish barrier removal

Clallam and Jefferson counties have received $1.01 million in state funding for fish barrier removal projects, part of a $25 million investment that will provide… Continue reading

Peninsula labor force, jobless rate grows

The North Olympic Peninsula labor force grew by 334 last month while Clallam and Jefferson county unemployment rose by nearly 1 percentage point in June,… Continue reading

Wreck injures 6, blocks traffic on US Highway 101 at Elwha River bridge

A Port Angeles man who allegedly caused a six-vehicle pileup while allegedly driving nearly three times over the legal limit for alcohol last week was… Continue reading

Court denies further review of former Sequim man’s appeal of sex offense conviction

A former Sequim man’s longstanding appeal of a 2008 sex offense involving his ex-girlfriend has been exhausted, Clallam County prosecutors said. The state Supreme Court… Continue reading

Collin J. Kennedy

Olympia man sentenced for Sequim burglaries

An Olympia man has been sentenced to four years in prison for a pair of burglaries that occurred in the Sequim area last year, the… Continue reading

Collin J. Kennedy

Clallam Public Utility District awards solar bid to Port Townsend firm

Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners have awarded a bid to a Port Townsend company to build a community solar project in Sequim. District commissioners… Continue reading

Sequim man charged with intent to sell meth

Sequim man to have first court appearance Friday

Benjamin G. Bonner, seated, sits with attorney John Hayden, left, as Clallam County chief criminal deputy prosecuting attorney Michele Devlin reads a narrative describing the death of Cynthia Little of Sequim and her dog, Jack, during Bonner’s sentencing Tuesday in Clallam County Superior Court in Port Angeles. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Killer of Sequim woman committed to psychiatric hospital

Bonner acquitted of second-degree murder on grounds he was legally insane at time of crime

Benjamin G. Bonner, seated, sits with attorney John Hayden, left, as Clallam County chief criminal deputy prosecuting attorney Michele Devlin reads a narrative describing the death of Cynthia Little of Sequim and her dog, Jack, during Bonner’s sentencing Tuesday in Clallam County Superior Court in Port Angeles. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News