Brian Gawley

Mutsu City delegation visits Port Angeles in January

PORT ANGELES - The 18-member Junior Ambassador Program delegation from Port Angeles' sister city of Mutsu City, Japan, will arrive next month for four days… Continue reading

Most roads in Olympic National Park remain closed

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK - Hurricane Ridge Road is one of several roads in Olympic National Park that remained closed on Saturday after the Dec. 2-3… Continue reading

Olympic National Forest storm damage totals $8 million

OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST - Damage estimates in the Olympic National Forest totaled $8 million as of Friday - and that's just what rangers had discovered… Continue reading

Out-of-control car’s toll on Port Angeles street: 5 cars, house, light pole, fire hydrant

PORT ANGELES - A driver who lost control of his car early Saturday morning damaged five vehicles including his own, a fire hydrant, a light… Continue reading

Port Angeles car fires called suspicious

PORT ANGELES - Two vehicle fires on the same night last week are being investigated as suspicious by both the city's police and fire departments,… Continue reading

Pierce County ‘loaner’ is smaller but maneuvers well

STEILACOOM - The Christine Anderson, which is being leased for use out of Port Townsend, is smaller than the Steel Electrics which once plied the… Continue reading

Inmate kills self in Clallam jail cell

PORT ANGELES - A 46-year-old Forks man was found dead in his cell at the Clallam County jail on Wednesday afternoon after he apparently strangled… Continue reading

Update: Gregoire ferries budget likely to include fate of Steel Electrics

SEATTLE (AP) — Gov. Chris Gregoire will be at the Todd shipyards in Seattle Thursday to announce her plan for replacing four ferries that have… Continue reading

Coast Guard crew recounts rescues in flood zone

PORT ANGELES - A week ago today, they were navigating their HH-65 Dolphin helicopters by the tops of buildings made unfamiliar by raging flood waters,… Continue reading

Port Angeles police seek vandals who defaced revered mural near City Pier

PORT ANGELES - Police continued to investigate on Saturday who spray-painted obscene graffiti and racial slurs on the Ennis Creek mural on the outside of… Continue reading

Tumwater Truck Route likely to be closed again; downtown Port Angeles pile driving to resume

PORT ANGELES - The Tumwater Truck Route, which reopened to traffic over the weekend, is likely to be closed again on Monday, said Teresa Pierce,… Continue reading

Clallam Public Utility District to hold meetings on water, sewer rate hikes

PORT ANGELES - The public will have three chances next week to comment on water and sewer rate increases to be proposed by the Clallam… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council passes 2008 budget, adds city planner position

PORT ANGELES - The City Council unanimously approved this week a 2008 city budget that includes adding a city planner and continued funding of two… Continue reading

FEMA awards grants for equipment to North Olympic Peninsula fire departments

Fire departments across the North Olympic Peninsula have received thousands of dollars in federal grants for equipment. The grants were awarded through the Federal Emergency… Continue reading

Northwest Public Radio upgrading its Forks translator

FORKS - The two-year-old radio translator that broadcasts Northwest Public Radio on the West End is being upgraded to a radio station to provide broader… Continue reading

Port Angeles wins donated inflatable building

PORT ANGELES - An inflatable "Bubble" field house, proposed to house three indoor tennis courts and an indoor soccer field, was awarded to the Clallam… Continue reading

Boat Haven project dominates 2008 Port of Port Angeles budget

PORT ANGELES - Phase one of the two-year $6 million Port Angeles Boat Haven renovation project is the most prominent item in a 2008 Port… Continue reading

Tumwater Truck Route closure continues through Friday

PORT ANGELES - Closure of the Tumwater Truck Route for the Eighth Street bridges replacement project will continue through Friday. The route, which closed on… Continue reading

Tumwater Truck Route to be closed in Port Angeles for bridge construction

PORT ANGELES -Tumwater Truck Route, state Highway 117, will close to all traffic on Wednesday through Friday so construction can continue safely on the new… Continue reading

Special promotions bring out the buyers across Port Angeles, Forks

PORT ANGELES -Retailers across Clallam County reported healthy sales activity on the traditional first day of the holiday shopping season. The first day of holiday… Continue reading