Paul Gottlieb

Hackers, sex ed, shutdown debated at state rep forum

State Employment Security Department officials should be fired after Nigerian hackers broke into the unemployment claims system earlier this year, defrauding the state of an… Continue reading

 

State Senate hopefuls debate taxes, sex ed

Candidates for a four-year 24th Legislative District state Senate seat clashed over wildfires and sex education in a recent Port Angeles Nor’Wester Rotary Club voters… Continue reading

 

Three proposed amendments to Clallam County charter debated

DCD director, voter initiatives, charter review frequency on ballot

 

Jamestown Tribe, Cooke Aquaculture still plan fish farm in Port Angeles Harbor

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and Cooke Aquaculture Pacific LLC are still planning to float a sterile-steelhead fish farm in Port Angeles Harbor despite the site… Continue reading

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Sale of John Wayne property draws national interest

A six-month marketing effort to sell 160 acres of waterfront property owned by John Wayne Enterprises has drawn national interest, the real estate firm selling… Continue reading

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Pros, cons debated on sex ed measure

Referendum 90, a statewide sex education measure on the Nov. 3 ballot, either promotes a gay-transgender agenda and sexualizes children or it empowers children and… Continue reading

Chapman, Forde clash in candidate forum

Incumbent state Rep. Mike Chapman, challenger Sue Forde clash over taxes, MAT clinic

Peninsula College going mostly online

Peninsula College is facing a potential 29 percent drop in full-time-equivalent enrollment as the two-year school of higher education prepares for a fall semester of… Continue reading

Panel OKs proposals to amend county charter

Voters will consider again two familiar measures Nov. 3 that would broaden how they select Clallam County commissioners and make the only elected land-use director… Continue reading

Delay strains Clallam business finances

Clallam County entrepreneurs on July 29 lamented Gov. Jay Inslee’s latest blow to reviving their economic health in the unrelenting face of COVID-19. A day… Continue reading

Driver cited after fatal motorcycle collision

A Sequim motorist cited for failure to yield after she killed a motorcyclist last week said Tuesday she is remorseful about causing the collision. Amanda… Continue reading

Jamestown S’Klallam hotel set for Aug. 4 opening

The opening for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s $40 million resort project is just around the corner. Workers in early July were putting finishing touches on… Continue reading

Clallam official: Schools can open in the fall

Clallam County Health Officer Dr. Allison Unthank is confident schools can offer onsite instruction this fall — even if COVID-19 cases increase — by following… Continue reading

Goat removal reaches next act

Translocation to begin Monday

Wife dies, husband seriously hurt when car turns in front of motorcycle

A 64-year-old Port Angeles man remained in serious condition this morning at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after he was involved in a motorcycle collision… Continue reading

Wilke withdraws from legislative race

Plans to support fellow Republican Pruiett

Clallam County Courthouse workers hang bunting on the front of the historic Port Angeles courthouse on Wednesday in honor of Independence Day. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Special events to mark amended Fourth of July celebrations

The COVID-19 pandemic has scuttled plans for many July Fourth celebrations across the North Olympic Peninsula but communities have made plans to keep Independence Day… Continue reading

Clallam County Courthouse workers hang bunting on the front of the historic Port Angeles courthouse on Wednesday in honor of Independence Day. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group