Brian Gawley

Sand trucks replace snow plows

Snow settled into ice across the North Olympic Peninsula on Thursday, and sand trucks replaced snow plows on the roads. The National Weather Service reported… Continue reading

Port Angeles, Sequim may top region in latest storm’s snowfall

A snowstorm moving across the North Olympic Peninsula from west to east on Wednesday probably dropped the most snow on the central part, a National… Continue reading

Here we blow again: North Olympic Peninsula buffeted

Several trees were blown down in Clallam and Jefferson counties and power was knocked out to many areas after gusty winds returned to the region… Continue reading

Mudslide-closed street due to be reopened today

PORT ANGELES - Hill Street should be reopened by about 10 a.m. today after the road is cleared of the last of an estimated 300… Continue reading

Coma patient awake and back in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES - Lonee Schoenfeldt, back home after two months in critical care in faraway hospitals, said she'll never wear high heels again. "It's nice… Continue reading

Peninsula lawmakers map plans for legislative year

OLYMPIA - A property tax amendment, keeping funding in place for widening a local stretch of U.S. Highway 101 and the appropriation for the Port… Continue reading

PA transfer station opens for business

PORT ANGELES - Cutting the ribbon just made it official. The Regional Transfer Station at the end of West 18th Street already was operating Tuesday… Continue reading

Peninsula: Bad weather returns with vengeance

PORT ANGELES - Heavy rain and high winds returned to Clallam County on Tuesday but didn't cause anywhere near the problems of the November and… Continue reading

Many brave cold temperatures to ring in 2007

It was a typical January day on the North Olympic Peninsula, with overcast skies, temperatures in the low 40s and the beginnings of a rain… Continue reading

Hoh chief’s services set to begin Friday

LAPUSH - Memorial services for the late hereditary chief of the Hoh tribe will begin Friday at the A-Ka-Lat Center and continue through Saturday. Herbert… Continue reading

“We opened up Lincoln Park this morning,” said Corey Delikat, a city park maintenance worker on Thursday.

Port Angeles' Lincoln Park reopens after windstorm damage cleared PORT ANGELES - Lincoln Park is open once again following an extended closure to clean up… Continue reading

Most West End garbage goes out of the county

Most of the 9 percent of Clallam County's waste that is produced in the West End is trucked outside of the county. Garbage from Forks,… Continue reading

Hoh Chief Klia will ‘definitely be missed’

FORKS - The hereditary chief of the Hoh tribe died Wednesday in a Seattle hospital of injuries sustained in a Saturday vehicle collision on U.S.… Continue reading

Merrill & Ring files trade claim on British Columbia log sales

PORT ANGELES - Merrill & Ring Forestry LP has filed a formal claim under the North American Free Trade Agreement asking for $25 million in… Continue reading

Hoh hereditary tribal chief in serious condition from crash

FORKS - A man hospitalized with serious injuries after a head-on collision Saturday afternoon is the hereditary chief of the Hoh tribe. Herbert Clyde Fisher,… Continue reading

Hurricane Ridge shuttle bus future in doubt

PORT ANGELES - The future of the "snow bus" to the Hurricane Ridge recreation area starting next month is in doubt because of a lack… Continue reading

Pooling of volunteer firefighters OK’d by Port Angeles city, Fire District No. 2

PORT ANGELES - More volunteer firefighters will be available to the city and they will be eligible for civil service credit under a volunteer firefighter… Continue reading

Port Angeles manufacturer joins Air Force-Lockheed contract; 20 new jobs envisioned

PORT ANGELES -- An local manufacturing operation plans to add about 20 employees during the next three years with the help of defense contractor Lockheed… Continue reading

Electricity back to normal across Clallam, utility officials report

Everybody's electricity should be back on by now except for residents along Olympic Hot Springs Road and individual residents in the city of Port Angeles… Continue reading

Power coming back on after storm

The lights were expected to be back on by tonight in most Clallam County homes after Western Washington's strongest storm in more than a decade… Continue reading