Paul Gottlieb

Plans outlined for hotel in Blyn

A conference center will be included in Phase 2 of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s new five-story hotel project at 7 Cedars Casino in Blyn, Jerry… Continue reading

 

Sequim’s Kailin, longtime leader in environmental causes, dies

Retired Dr. Eloise Kailin, a Sequim environmentalist whose activism stretched beyond her most recent fight — a successful battle against fluoridation of Port Angeles drinking… Continue reading

 

Joint Olympic Medical-Jefferson opioid clinic planned in Sequim

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is purchasing 19.5 acres southeast of Costco in Sequim for a medically-assisted addiction treatment facility for opioid addicts. The $20 million… Continue reading

 

Bedinger memorial at Morse Creek to be removed this summer

Kim Bedinger has accepted the fate of a flower-filled memorial at Morse Creek on U.S. Highway 101 where her 19-year-old daughter, Brooke, died in a… Continue reading

Sequim man gets more than 4 years in prison for child molestation

Judge goes beyond prosecuting attorney’s office recommendation

Election filing ends in Clallam County

Incumbent Clallam County Commissioner Mark Ozias almost made it through filing week without drawing an opponent for the Nov. 5 general election. But late in… Continue reading

Bail set at $20,000 for two in home burglary case

Homeowner tackles, sits on suspect, leading to arrests

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe considers options on John Wayne Marina

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is exploring the purchase of John Wayne Marina from the Port of Port Angeles — if other options do not work… Continue reading

100-room hotel first of many changes to come in Blyn

Twelve months from now, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe expects to open its 100-room, $39 million hotel at 7 Cedars Casino. “We plan on opening the… Continue reading

State approves funds for Peninsula-wide behavioral health facility

State lawmakers have approved $7.2 million for Phase 1 of a behavioral health center in Sequim that will be jointly operated by the Jamestown S’Klallam… Continue reading

Slain woman’s neighbors still on ‘high alert’ as police continue to investigate

Makah tribal member Valerie Claplanhoo killed in Sequim apartment

Everyone’s ‘pard’: Former logger, museum-bar owner known as workers’ friend

Everyone was “pard” — as in pardner — to Gary Cecil Blevins, and none more so than the working people he fought for without knowing… Continue reading

Court affirms Dungeness Water Rule regulations

The state Court of Appeals has reaffirmed much-debated 6-year-old Clallam County regulations known as the Dungeness Water Rule that control water use in the Dungeness… Continue reading

Morse Creek curve barrier funding in House budget

The North Olympic Peninsula’s three Democratic lawmakers were enthusiastic that the $52.2 billion draft state Senate operating budget includes funding for Olympic Medical Center. Eric… Continue reading

Peninsula College plans position cuts due to $800K deficit

Due to an estimated $800,000 deficit mostly from shrinking enrollment, leadership for Port Angeles-based Peninsula College recently announced plans to eliminate about 15 positions and… Continue reading

Sequim man arrested for investigation of hit-and-run, vehicular assault

A crash in a Port Angeles Safeway parking lot last week that left a trail of debris resulted in the arrest of a 23-year-old man… Continue reading

Kilmer discusses Inslee, climate change during Peninsula visit

Gov. Jay Inslee is at the top of U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer’s list for president, the 26th District representative said of his Democratic Party colleague. … Continue reading

Teacher, Sequim School District settle discrimination lawsuit

Middle school teacher and former Athletic Director Autumn St. George has settled her 2018 federal lawsuit against the Sequim School District and three employees over… Continue reading

Teacher, Sequim School District settle discrimination lawsuit

Middle school teacher and former Athletic Director Autumn St. George has settled her 2018 federal lawsuit against the Sequim School District and three employees over… Continue reading