Brian Gawley

Big changes coming for Port Angeles drivers

PORT ANGELES - Major traffic revisions are on the horizon as the Eighth Street bridges replacement project begins. Preconstruction work underneath the bridges is set… Continue reading

Kidd announces third try at Port Angeles City Council election

PORT ANGELES - Planning Commissioner and two-time prior candidate Cherie Kidd announced Friday she will run for Grant Munro's position on the City Council. Filing… Continue reading

Gateway transit center construction to start in downtown Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES - Chain-link construction fences will go up Monday around the future site of the $13.8 million Port Angeles International Gateway Transportation Center. Traffic… Continue reading

Final hurdle to dismantle unfinished graving yard is cleared

PORT ANGELES - Dismantling of the state Department of Transportation's graving yard project site is expected to begin June 4 and last about 20 weeks,… Continue reading

Van De Wege talks tugboats and taxes

PORT ANGELES - Property tax reform, a year-round rescue tugboat at Neah Bay and the state's pick-a-party primary dominated Rep. Kevin Van De Wege's latest… Continue reading

Port Angeles may charge fee for using Ediz Hook boat launch

PORT ANGELES - Boaters and anglers used to launching their boats for free from the city's Ediz Hook Boat Launch could be in for a… Continue reading

Elephant seal moved to Coast Guard base

PORT ANGELES - GT678L, a northern elephant seal that took up residence on City Pier last week, was moved Thursday morning. The animal is continuing… Continue reading

Just call her ‘GT678L’ — elephant settles in for Port Angeles respite

PORT ANGELES - An elephant seal from California that continued molting Saturday on the city's waterfront has no name at this point, only a number.… Continue reading

300-pound Californian flops into Port Angeles for a visit

PORT ANGELES - A juvenile elephant seal from California was molting near the Arthur D. Feiro Marine Life Center on Thursday. The seal swam onto… Continue reading

Big downtown Port Angeles condo-retail project detailed

PORT ANGELES - Details of a $30 million development on Oak Street were given to the Planning Commission this week. The project - the Black… Continue reading

Port Angeles Gateway construction work slated to begin next month

PORT ANGELES - The chain-link fences will go up next month around the future site of the Port Angeles International Gateway Transportation Center. City officials… Continue reading

State Patrol seeks witnesses to motorcycle fatality; unrelated motorcycle crash only two hours later

PORT ANGELES - State troopers are looking for witnesses who watched a car change lanes on U.S. Highway 101's Morse Creek "S" curve and strike… Continue reading

Kessler calls 2007 legislative session ‘best ever’

PORT ANGELES - The just-concluded session of the state Legislature was a great one, Rep. Lynn Kessler told a Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce… Continue reading

Port Angeles gets one proposal each for old fire hall, City Light building

PORT ANGELES - The city has received just one redevelopment proposal for the old fire hall at 215 S. Lincoln St., and one for the… Continue reading

Elwha dams removal date now uncertain

PORT ANGELES - The target date for beginning the removal of two dams on the Elwha River has been moved back again. The project to… Continue reading

Downtown Port Angeles ‘painted’ as precursor to big water main, sidewalk project

PORT ANGELES - Those paint markings that have shown up on some of the downtown sidewalks don't mean the start of a $3 million sidewalk… Continue reading

Peninsula lawmakers pleased with busy Olympia session

OLYMPIA - One of the state's busier legislative sessions has wrapped up, and the 24th District's legislators say they were pleased with what they and… Continue reading

Year-round Neah Bay tug bill passes – but funding still an issue

OLYMPIA - Legislation to fund a year-round rescue tugboat at Neah Bay - a longtime goal of environmentalists and the Makah tribe - is headed… Continue reading

Water supply remains stable despite dry month

Forecast streamflows in the Elwha and Dungeness rivers were stable through March, remaining on track to be normal this summer, according to the April 1… Continue reading

Clallam PUD considers updating discount programs

PORT ANGELES - Clallam County Public Utility District is considering the first changes to its low-income senior and disabled discount program in 13 years. But… Continue reading