Brian Gawley

Cargo ship with tipsy containers stops briefly in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES - No missing cargo is floating in Port Angeles Harbor, although there might be some in the Bay of Alaska. The Ever Unific,… Continue reading

Trip of the Week: Spruce Railroad Trail offers winter respite

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK - One of the trails that has survived fall and winter storms in the Olympic National Park is the Spruce Railroad Trail… Continue reading

Revamped Eighth Street bridges project going out to bid in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES - The city's Eighth Street bridges replacement project - redesigned from slant-leg steel to concrete spans - goes out to bid for a… Continue reading

New co-owner/developer outlines plans for Landing mall

PORT ANGELES - A vision for a remodeled and updated Landing mall and terminal includes an organic grocery store, French bakery, live seafood market and… Continue reading

Port Angeles chamber presents 2006 awards, installs 2007 officers

PORT ANGELES - Windermere Real Estate/Port Angeles owner Terry Neske received the 2006 President's Award from the Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce on Monday.… Continue reading

Hargrove bill seeks more economic development funds

OLYMPIA - A bill that would increase funding for economic development projects and keep the decision making local was introduced last week by Sen. Jim… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles gets oil spill response trailer

PORT ANGELES - When Gig Harbor's Harborview Marina caught fire in September 2005, critical oil spill response equipment was available to the firefighters who arrived… Continue reading

New Port Angeles facility to accept batteries, paint, other toxics twice a week

PORT ANGELES - Another part of the new Regional Transfer Station opened Wednesday when the ribbon was cut on the moderate risk waste facility at… Continue reading

Primo low bidder on eastern sewer project

PORT ANGELES - Primo Construction of Carlsborg is the apparent low bidder on an eastern urban growth area sewer extension project. The company's $4.6 million… Continue reading

Fine cut because cruise ship dumped on Canadian side

OLYMPIA - The state Department of Ecology has reduced a $100,000 fine against Celebrity Cruise Lines issued last year by $30,000 after determining that three… Continue reading

PA set to open ‘moderate risk’ waste operation today

PORT ANGELES -Clallam County residents starting today won't have to stockpile their household hazardous waste for a once-a-year collection event. They will be able to… Continue reading

City, port issue a reminder to Legislature to fund Tse-whit-zen agreement

PORT ANGELES - Port commissioners remembered the admonition Monday morning to always say "thank you." The Port of Port Angeles board unanimously approved sending the… Continue reading

Gateway center project bid opening today

PORT ANGELES - The bids for the Port Angeles International Gateway Transportation Center will be opened today. The bids for the $13.8 million project, which… Continue reading

Hargrove bill seeks to lessen conflict in divorce process

OLYMPIA - When a marriage ends, the process often can be nasty and the results, especially if children are involved, can have long-term consequences. So… Continue reading

Port Angeles will overhaul Erickson tennis courts

PORT ANGELES - The deteriorated Erickson Playfield tennis courts - once proposed for swimming pool parking - will be good as new by this summer… Continue reading

Port Angeles jump-starts biodiesel

PORT ANGELES - By December 2008, 2 percent of the diesel fuel sold in the state must be biodiesel under a state law passed in… Continue reading

Port Angeles school levy group gears up as ballots go out Wednesday

PORT ANGELES - It's election time again. But unlike last November, there's just one issue - for the approximately 18,500 registered voters in the Port… Continue reading

Van De Wege chosen for assistant whip position

OLYMPIA - The 24th District's newest legislator is quickly making a name for himself in the state capital. Freshman Rep. Kevin Van De Wege, D-Sequim,… Continue reading

Olympic Discovery Trail set to move west

It will take a few years, but Olympic Discovery Trail travelers are a little bit closer to getting from the Port Angeles waterfront to the… Continue reading

Port preparing to overhaul airport tarmacs, runway

PORT ANGELES - Aging pavement and an increasing number of larger jet aircraft are prompting a $1.24 million project to repave the passenger loading area… Continue reading