Brian Gawley

Engineering firm may staff new Port Angeles Harbor authority

PORT ANGELES — The board of a new agency created to clean up Port Angeles Harbor heard a proposal that it contract with an environmental… Continue reading

 

Rayonier mill off-site soil sampling meetings slated

PORT ANGELES — The public will have two opportunities next week to learn more about the off-site Rayonier soil sampling that is part of cleaning… Continue reading

 

Gas tax rises 1.5 cents per gallon on Tuesday

OLYMPIA — A state gasoline tax hike of 1.5 cents will inflict a little more pain at the pump on Tuesday, amid lowered expectations for… Continue reading

 

Port Angeles city officials mum on details about special City Council meeting

PORT ANGELES — The City Council will hold a special meeting on "council actions and personnel" on Monday afternoon. City Manager Mark Madsen sent out… Continue reading

Port Angeles police, FBI seek bank bandit

PORT ANGELES — Investigation continued Saturday into the robbery of the Frontier Bank in Port Angeles on Friday. A man in a ski mask entered… Continue reading

Landmark Supreme Court ruling on guns not expected to affect Washington state much

Thursday's U.S. Supreme Court decision affirming the right of individuals to own guns won't change anything in Washington state, say gun rights advocates, protesters, law… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council wants second look at business incubator pact

PORT ANGELES — A contract renewal for the Clallam business incubator was slated for routine approval at Tuesday's City Council meeting. Instead, it was the… Continue reading

Port Angeles officer test-drives a Segway around downtown

PORT ANGELES — The first day of the city's two-week tryout of a Segway Personal Transporter "went really well," said Port Angeles Police Officer Duane… Continue reading

Port Angeles police to try electric scooter for downtown patrol

PORT ANGELES — The city's downtown resource officer soon could be patrolling the streets on a battery-powered scooter called a Segway. One of the Segway… Continue reading

A CEO who started at the bottom and worked up

PORT ANGELES — It's the classic American success story: entry-level employee starts out working in the lumber yard and one day becomes president of the… Continue reading

Sprint boat developers to detail race track plans to business association

PORT ANGELES — The developers of a proposed sprint boat course on property near William R. Fairchild International Airport will be the speakers at Tuesday's… Continue reading

Two years pass since two hikers go missing, but they’re not forgotten

It's been two years since Gilbert Gilman and Stephen "Mike" Mason took walks in the woods and disappeared without a trace. Gilman, deputy director of… Continue reading

Woman chased, arrested after hit and run

PORT ANGELES — A 27-year-old Bremerton woman was arrested Saturday evening after law enforcement officers said she fled the scene of a hit-and-run wreck earlier… Continue reading

Four rescued after boat runs aground in Freshwater Bay

JOYCE — Four Canadian tribal fishermen were rescued off a 50-foot fishing vessel when it ran aground in Freshwater Bay on Wednesday night in an… Continue reading

Port Angeles adds water treatment for copper, lead

PORT ANGELES — A water treatment process to reduce copper leeching from plumbing into the city's drinking water will begin Monday, one week before the… Continue reading

Ahoy! Get ready to view tall ships off Port Angeles, Port Townsend — and at festivals in Victoria, Tacoma

Tall ships are coming to the North Olympic Peninsula — and the public can set sail on some of them. Tall ships will visit Port… Continue reading

Undersea cable between Canada and Port Angeles gets permits, but project delayed

PORT ANGELES — A company proposing a high-voltage power cable between Victoria and Port Angeles has received two more permits. But the project's anticipated completion… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles moves to sell 113-acre property that could become sprint boat course

PORT ANGELES — The Port of Port Angeles has agreed to sell 113 acres for a sprint boat course for $1.05 million. The port commissioners… Continue reading

PA woman airlifted to Seattle hospital after Joyce-area wreck

JOYCE — A 41-year-old Port Angeles woman was airlifted to a Seattle hospital after she was ejected from her car in a single-car wreck on… Continue reading

Sale of large airport-area parcel considered by Port of Port Angeles today

PORT ANGELES — The Port of Port Angeles board of commissioners will consider selling a 113-acre plot today. The potential buyer of the land, known… Continue reading