Brian Gawley

Noted Clallam County jurist Bill Knebes to retire

PORT ANGELES — Clallam County Superior Court Commissioner Bill Knebes literally wrote the book on family law, or least a part of it. But it's… Continue reading

Port Angeles considering rate increase for Medic One

PORT ANGELES — The city's monthly Medic One rate could increase by 36 cents for residences and 29 cents for businesses under a proposal presented… Continue reading

Project to close downtown street in PA

PORT ANGELES - The downtown sidewalk and water main project that had remained west of Cherry Street during the holidays moves east this week. In… Continue reading

Boy who cried ‘help’ in eatery off hook, but dad might pay

SEQUIM - The father of a 12-year-old Port Orchard boy whose prank prompted a seven-hour search spanning two counties has offered to reimburse the costs… Continue reading

Sequim mulls funding mechanism to fix streets

SEQUIM - One old funding source and one recently revamped funding mechanism are being eyed by city officials to provide money for fixing and maintaining… Continue reading

Picnic shelter planned for Port Angeles’ Dream Playground

PORT ANGELES - A picnic shelter built by volunteers is in the works for the Dream Playground at Erickson Playfield, and could be completed by… Continue reading

Port Angeles ‘Polar Bear Dip’ set for 10 a.m. New Year’s Day

PORT ANGELES - The traditional New Year's Day "Polar Bear Dip," which marks its 20th edition this year, is set for 10 a.m. Tuesday at… Continue reading

Clallam Fire District No. 2 moves into Port Angeles city fire station

PORT ANGELES - Clallam County Fire District No. 2 has moved into town. Offices that were housed in the Dry Creek station at 700 Power… Continue reading

Gig Harbor boy found safe after prank note left at Sequim eatery

SEQUIM - An extensive search for a 12-year-old Gig Harbor boy ended with the boy found safe after having played a practical joke. And the… Continue reading

Newly won Port Angeles ‘Bubble’ building becoming a hot potato

PORT ANGELES - The project to steer an inflatable field house into town is without a rudder. So far, no one is taking responsibility for… Continue reading

Port Townsend skier lost at Hurricane Ridge

PORT ANGELES - Olympic National Park rangers are searching for a 53-year-old Port Townsend man who became lost Saturday afternoon while backcountry skiing in the… Continue reading

Port Angeles boat launch improvement project awarded

PORT ANGELES - The Ediz Hook boat launch will have eight new steel pilings by Valentine's Day. Deputy Recreation Director Richard Bonine told the Parks… Continue reading

U.S. 101 widening projects set for coming summer

Two passing lane projects scheduled this summer along U.S. Highway 101 have been funded as part of a state plan to mitigate the effects of… Continue reading

Puppy tips over candle, leaves family homeless just before Christmas

PORT ANGELES - An exuberant puppy knocking over a candle started a fire Friday morning that left a family homeless just before Christmas. No one… Continue reading

Clallam PUD hikes water rates

PORT ANGELES - Monthly water rates will increase by 6.5 percent to 9.5 percent in each of the next three years under a plan approved… Continue reading

Next steps for ‘Bubble’ up to YMCA, board told

PORT ANGELES - The next steps involving an inflatable field house depend upon what the Clallam County Family YMCA proposes to the city, Richard Bonine,… Continue reading

Port Angeles nightspot to close after 4-year run

PORT ANGELES - The downtown Crazy Fish, Baja and Beyond, is for sale. After four years, the co-owners of the restaurant and nightclub at 229… Continue reading

Clallam and Jefferson get $8.5 million from salmon board

Clallam and Jefferson counties received $8.5 million from the state's Salmon Recovery Funding Board for habitat restoration projects. Clallam received $5,096,327, the third highest amount… Continue reading

Huge federal spending bill includes Clallam, Jefferson projects

WASHINGTON - A huge federal spending bill required to keep the government operating past midnight Friday contains numerous projects to benefit both Clallam and Jefferson… Continue reading

Port Angeles wild ride price tag at $75,000

PORT ANGELES - A car that careened down South Cherry Street at as much as 100 mph early Saturday morning, hitting one car, damaging others… Continue reading