Paul Gottlieb

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

Port commissioner announces candidacy for state senate

Connie Beauvais decides to run against Kevin Van De Wege

Port commissioners consider John Wayne Marina bids

A public review process was set in motion Jan. 14 for three concept proposals on the future of John Wayne Marina — and a late,… Continue reading

Overnight shelters open for those in need

Residents living without roofs over their heads will have access to overnight shelter in Port Angeles, Sequim and Port Townsend during the current cold snap.… Continue reading

Superior Court judge to resign in Clallam County

Coughenour to call it quits before term expires

Mental health evaluation sought for woman accused in Sequim stabbing

Larisa Jean Dietz’s arraignment rescheduled for Thursday

Official: Sequim corridor project funding likely in 2021 budget

Road construction money expected by head of state committee

Department of Transportation work at Morse Creek is on schedule

Construction is expected to begin in 2021

Write-in candidate announces for Sequim City Council seat

Sarah W. Kincaid filed registration Tuesday

Judge rules on election eligibility: Henninger’s name to be on ballot

Ann Marie Henninger, an Olympic Medical Center hospital commissioner candidate, has been spared being taken off the general election ballot. Clallam County Superior Court Judge… Continue reading

Sequim man jailed in poaching investigation

Alleged illegal hunts took place in Clallam and Jefferson counties

Clallam County looks to work with cities in gaining from sales tax law

Clallam County commissioners are reaching out to Port Angeles, Sequim and Forks city officials to discuss leveraging the benefits of House Bill 1406, which gives… Continue reading

First-degree arson charge expected for Sequim woman

A woman with a history of mental health issues was in the Clallam County jail Aug. 26 on $250,000 bail for allegedly setting two fires… Continue reading

John Wayne Marina issue in voter forum

Port of Port Angeles candidates spar

Two Clallam Charter Review panel candidates withdraw

Names will remain on Nov. 5 ballot

OMC candidate residency challenged in court

Judge asked to take Henninger name off ballot