Brian Gawley

Clallam: Hannan, Somerville close in Port results

The most expensive and hotly contested race in this year's election hangs in the balance this morning. Bill Hannan was leading Corby Somerville by less… Continue reading

Port Angeles council races show two new faces, two familiar ones

PORT ANGELES -- The City Council will have two new faces and two familiar ones in 2002 if initial results from Tuesday's general election hold.… Continue reading

Clallam: County moving to all-mail elections

Today's election could be the last in Clallam County in which voters step into the voting booth at their local precincts. County commissioners will consider… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Foss Maritime loses harbor fuel contract to Olympic Tug

PORT ANGELES -- Olympic Tug and Barge of Seattle will take over ship fueling operations in Port Angeles Harbor, a service offered by Foss Maritime… Continue reading

Port Angeles: City seeking materials for Carnegie Library project

PORT ANGELES -- The city is seeking old photographs and building materials for the upcoming Carnegie Library project, which could begin this spring. The city… Continue reading

Clallam: County considers reviving boundary review board to focus on proposed annexation

PORT ANGELES -- Clallam County commissioners may revive a boundary review board to prevent cities, especially Port Angeles, from seeking annexations that could harm the… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Road to Hurricane Ridge to be open as staffing allows, park officials say

Newly fallen snows in the Olympic Mountains will put the road to Hurricane Ridge "in limbo" for a few more weeks, an Olympic National Park… Continue reading

Joyce: Delayed notification causes concern for Crescent water users

JOYCE -- Some Crescent water users are upset they were not notified immediately of possible water contamination. But health and Crescent Water Association officials say… Continue reading

Joyce: Crescent water system tests negative for E. coli, boil-water advisory continues

JOYCE -- Crescent Water Association members should continue boiling their drinking water until further notice after follow-up tests confirmed contamination, a state specialist said Wednesday.… Continue reading

Joyce: Crescent water users urged to boil water

JOYCE -- Crescent Water Association members were advised to boil their drinking water Tuesday after a positive E. coli sample was collected from the association's… Continue reading

Strong winds knock out power across Peninsula

Trees and tree limbs were knocked down as a storm packing wind and rain swept down from the Gulf of Alaska. The winds eased off… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Sports fans watch Mariners lose ALCS to Yankees — “it stunk”

PORT ANGELES -- Peninsula sports fans were brief and to the point when talking about the end of the Seattle Mariners' season Monday night. "It… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Red Lion Hotel, others to be purchased by WestCoast Hospitality

The Red Lion Hotel in Port Angeles is a step away from changing ownership again. WestCoast Hospitality Corp. has signed a letter of intent to… Continue reading

Sequim: Audubon Center opens

More than 150 people turned out Sunday afternoon for the grand opening of the Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim. "It… Continue reading

Rep. Buck recalls visit to World Trade Center site

PORT ANGELES -- A North Olympic Peninsula lawmaker's visit to the site of the World Trade Center in New York provided an unusual twist to… Continue reading

One killed, two airlifted following two car collision on Highway 101

PORT ANGELES -- A 68-year-old woman was killed and two people were flown to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle on Monday following a two-vehicle collision… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Port will install walkway, lights at new airport parking lot

PORT ANGELES -- Port commissioners voted 2-1 Monday to spend up to $15,000 on temporary lighting and a paved walkway for a new parking lot… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Port conducting “extensive background checks” of director candidates

Port of Port Angeles commissioners are looking at two finalists for the executive director position, but no timeline is set for a decision, according to… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Schools, police warn students and parents about annual “egg wars”

PORT ANGELES -- School officials and law enforcement agencies are warning Port Angeles High School students again this year not to participate in homecoming "egg… Continue reading

Peninsula: Olympic Trail group searching for best westward route

Hikers and bicyclists heading eastward out of Port Angeles know which way they will go once the Waterfront Trail is connected to the Olympic Discovery… Continue reading