Paul Gottlieb

Peninsula man in 80s catches COVID-19

Authorities tell of jail measures, face masks

 

Criteria expands for coronavirus testing

Jefferson County to follow same guidelines as Clallam County

 

Two more COVID-19 cases confirmed on Peninsula

One in Clallam County, one in Jefferson County

Fifth Clallam COVID-19 case confirmed

A fifth Clallam County resident has tested positive for COVID-19. The man, in his 50s, is in isolation at home for 14 days and is… Continue reading

COVID-19 test kits arrive; one more case on Peninsula

Virus expected to last for roughly three months

Washington residents ordered to stay at home

Clallam County, Jefferson County officials on board with recommendation

Fourth COVID-19 case discovered on North Olympic Peninsula

Resources in both counties continue to be stretched

Sequim man pleads not guilty to child rape, molestation

A Sequim man has pleaded not guilty in Clallam County Superior Court to four counts of first-degree child rape and one charge of first-degree child… Continue reading

Sequim man sentenced to nine years for attempted rape

A 19-year-old Sequim man first convicted of burglary when he was 12 will not get out of prison until he is at least 28 after… Continue reading

Voters must check a box printed on the outside of the 2020 presidential primary ballot near the name of the voter casting the ballot in order to count in the March 10 election, state elections officials said. (Photo Illustration by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Voters deny party declaration on ballot

Election officials say box on envelope must be checked to count

Voters must check a box printed on the outside of the 2020 presidential primary ballot near the name of the voter casting the ballot in order to count in the March 10 election, state elections officials said. (Photo Illustration by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Suspect is charged in killing near Blyn

Court documents: Pair had fought over romantic relationship

Alleged prolific poacher is jailed

Sequim man faces 26 counts, 2 in Jefferson County

State Patrol moving to terminate trooper

Relationaship with young woman topic of agency, criminal investigations

Clallam County’s chief prosecutor tells of rise in violent crime

Nichols: “We are on track to double felony violent crime cases”

Arson charge against Sequim woman dropped

Katrina Shirie Spears will undergo civil commitment evaluation under Involuntary Treatment Act

Man pleads guilty in FREDS Guns burglary

Joey Maillet admits he stole handguns, rifles, ammunition

Chapman, Van De Wege oppose repeal of death penalty

Democratic state legislators Kevin Van De Wege and Mike Chapman are party outliers on repealing the state’s death penalty. Both 24th District lawmakers said last… Continue reading

Officials continue investigation of human bones uncovered on ODT

Eroded portion of Olympic Discovery Trail undergoing repairs