Brian Gawley

Port Angeles waterfront development ‘idea’ would have mix of retail, condos

PORT ANGELES - Construction could begin as early as this summer for a mixed residential and retail development at Oak and Front streets that would… Continue reading

Sunday Showcase: Port Townsend Paper creditors await next move of federal Bankruptcy Court

PORT TOWNSEND - Unsecured creditors won't know if they'll get paid - or how much they might get paid - by Port Townsend Paper Corp.… Continue reading

Port Angeles awards $18.4 million Eighth Street bridges contract

PORT ANGELES - Parsons RCI Inc. has been awarded the bid to build the new Eighth Street bridges for $18.4 million. The City Council awarded… Continue reading

Section of Front Street sidewalk to remain closed

PORT ANGELES - A section of parking lane and sidewalk along Front Street, where an eight-inch water line burst Tuesday afternoon, will remain closed until… Continue reading

Water main break floods Port Angeles streets, including portion of U.S. 101

PORT ANGELES - An eight-inch water main along Front Street broke at about 4:45 p.m. Tuesday, and flooded Front and Lincoln streets and Railroad Avenue.… Continue reading

Clallam PUD seeks to improve customer service, phones during extreme storms

PORT ANGELES - Clallam County Public Utility District hopes to have improved power outage reporting and repair dispatching systems in place before the next storm… Continue reading

Port Angeles seeking development proposals for old fire hall

PORT ANGELES - If you have any ideas for the former fire hall at 215 S. Lincoln St., the city wants to hear them. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles gets $1.9 million state loan for stormwater project

PORT ANGELES - The city has received a $1.9 million, low-interest state loan to help fix one of its sites where sewers overflow during heavy… Continue reading

Port Angeles eyes trio of major projects this summer

PORT ANGELES - City engineers have been busy this winter designing a trio of major public works projects. Now with one bid awarded Tuesday night,… Continue reading

Port Angeles to get $45,000 more for archaeologist

PORT ANGELES - The state will give the city up to $45,000 extra for the advertising and recruitment costs of filling an archaeologist position. The… Continue reading

Sequim theater troupe forced to move

SEQUIM - The show will go on, but the venue will change - or so hopes the Olympic Theatre Arts members. The group is searching… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles pursuing federal funds to build barging dock

PORT ANGELES - Port officials will pursue federal grant funding to study as well as possibly design and build a barging pier for wood chips… Continue reading

Rayonier mill cleanup at $24 million — and counting

PORT ANGELES - It's been seven years, and an estimated $24 million, since the cleanup of the Rayonier mill property began, but the actual cleanup… Continue reading

Hospice bill flounders in House; Clallam agency weighs next move

OLYMPIA - An attempt to exempt Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County from state licensing requirements for its proposed Hospice House has been abandoned in the… Continue reading

Wave energy project off Cape Flattery to get public comment period

NEAH BAY - A draft environmental assessment of a proposed ocean wave energy project off the Pacific coast is expected to be released for public… Continue reading

Drought of 2005 nothing but a memory — snowpack forecast looks good

The North Olympic Peninsula's snowpack is now above average, but is expected to sink to about average by May. That's a vast improvement to the… Continue reading

Neah Bay rescue tug could be funded throughout the year

OLYMPIA - A bill that would tax oil companies to help fund a permanently stationed Neah Bay rescue tugboat has passed out of committee in… Continue reading

Appeals court throws out fluoridation lawsuit against Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES - The state Court of Appeals has rebuffed another legal challenge to the city's public water fluoridation project. But fluoridation opponents vow to… Continue reading

Port Angeles still evaluating east side sewer bid results

PORT ANGELES - City engineers continued evaluating the bid results for the eastern urban growth area sewer extension project on Wednesday, delaying the award of… Continue reading

Proposed hospice building could get license exemption

SEQUIM - Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County could get the go-ahead later this year to build its proposed six-bedroom Hospice House on a one-acre lot… Continue reading