Brian Gawley

First meeting tonight on proposed ‘bubble’ sports facility for Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES - The air-supported building for indoor tennis and soccer matches - the subject of a special parks board meeting tonight - looks like… Continue reading

Such a deal: Port Angeles indoor tennis-soccer field house could come on the cheap

PORT ANGELES - Backers of an indoor field house for soccer and tennis - stalled around the time voters sacked a municipal aquatics center proposal… Continue reading

Clallam firefighters assigned to help with big San Diego-area fire

CHINO, Calif. - Sequim-area firefighters were headed on Saturday toward the Harris fire southeast of San Diego. "We will be on a 24-hour mission, mopping… Continue reading

Port Angeles downtown sidewalk and water main project starts Monday morning

PORT ANGELES - The city's busy downtown is about to get just a little bit busier. The $2,418,737 third phase of the city's downtown sidewalk… Continue reading

Smoky fire in illegal dump seen for miles

PORT ANGELES - About 20 firefighters from four agencies battled a brush and tire fire at an illegal dump site off Eclipse Parkway in Port… Continue reading

Peninsula fire crews deployed to Southern California

Firefighters from the North Olympic Peninsula are helping battle blazes in Southern California. Firefighters are from the Olympic National Park, the Olympic National Forest and… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council sells City Light building, votes to close off part of Cherry Street

PORT ANGELES - The City Council unanimously approved selling the City Light building at 240 W. Front St. to Family Medicine of Port Angeles for… Continue reading

Signs and equipment arrive Monday for downtown water main project in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — Warning signs will begin going up and construction equipment and materials will start arriving Monday for the city’s downtown water main and… Continue reading

State eager to focus on Rayonier site cleanup, Ecology official says

PORT ANGELES - Events such as Thursday's "community vision" meeting on the former Rayonier mill property exemplify the state wanting to clean up the site… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles trying to be more efficient, director says in discussing firings of two longtime managers

PORT ANGELES - Monday's termination of two longtime port employees was part of a larger effort to streamline the agency and focus its efforts on… Continue reading

Portac idling sawmill for one week

BEAVER - Portac Inc.'s sawmill on Wednesday began a shutdown of at least one week because it's operating at a loss, said a company official.… Continue reading

Two longtime Port of Port Angeles staff let go

PORT ANGELES - The Port of Port Angeles has terminated two longtime, high-level employees. Pat Dejas, properties manager - who oversaw at least 33 tenants… Continue reading

Lawsuit over cats ‘groundless,’ veterinarian says

PORT ANGELES - One of the two veterinarians named in a lawsuit of a woman whose 31 cats were seized said on Friday that she… Continue reading

Port Angeles begins public part of Rayonier vision process

PORT ANGELES - City officials have heard stakeholders' ideas for redeveloping the site of the former Rayonier pulp mill after it is cleaned of toxic… Continue reading

Victoria mayor says Coho may stay put

PORT ANGELES - Victoria Mayor Alan Lowe said Friday that opponents of moving the MV Coho ferry terminal - along with those opposed to another… Continue reading

Detour spurs Pine Street pavement repairs

PORT ANGELES - One of the Eighth Street bridges detour routes, the Pine Street Extension at U.S. Highway 101, will be closed for a weekend… Continue reading

From MV Coho to Winter Olympics: Port Angeles, Victoria city councils to hold joint meeting

PORT ANGELES - A full agenda that includes the future of the MV Coho ferry landing in Victoria, the provincial capital's sewage treatment plans and… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles chief gets 4.8 percent salary hike

PORT ANGELES - Bob McChesney, the Port of Port Angeles executive director, has received a 4.8 percent salary increase to $120,000. The port's three-person board… Continue reading

Munro, Kidd square off over Gateway project at Chamber of Commerce forum

PORT ANGELES - The multimillion-dollar Gateway Center plunged into the middle of a debate Monday between two City Council candidates in front of a business… Continue reading

Paving project backs up U.S. 101 traffic east of Sequim

SEQUIM - A paving project along a half-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 101 west of Sequim Bay Lodge backed up traffic for miles and created… Continue reading