Brian Gawley

Port Angeles: Airport to get six National Guardsmen on Saturday

PORT ANGELES -- Some Americans who travel abroad are taken aback at the sight of armed soldiers patrolling the airports. It starts here Saturday morning.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Armed National Guard troops to post at airport

PORT ANGELES -- In an effort to rebuild confidence in air travel, armed National Guard troops will be deployed at William R. Fairchild International Airport… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Council to hear more comment on electricity rate hikes

PORT ANGELES - A proposed electricity rate increase averaging 19.5 percent will be the subject of a City Council public hearing at 6 p.m. Tuesday… Continue reading

Engineered logjams rebuilding fish habitat

Juvenile coho and steelhead stocks are rebounding on the Pysht and Lower Elwha rivers thanks to "engineered logjams' being installed by the Lower Elwha Klallam… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Popular downtown lot now charging for parking

PORT ANGELES -- Looking for a free parking space downtown? Don't look in the lot at the corner of First and Laurel streets -- parking… Continue reading

Sequim: School Board member resigns

SEQUIM -- School Board member Mac Sager has resigned his District 5 seat citing a lack of time to devote to the position. Two years… Continue reading

Peninsula: Private pilots flying again

Small general aviation aircraft are finally flying again, but confusion reigns among pilots about the new rules and restrictions put in place since the Sept.… Continue reading

Peninsula: More ballots coming in for elections

Five primary election races hang in the balance in Clallam County with more than 4,200 ballots to be counted Friday afternoon. With only a "handful"… Continue reading

Port Angeles drafting trail easement agreement with Rayonier

PORT ANGELES -- City officials are optimistic they can secure a temporary easement from Rayonier Inc. to connect the Waterfront Trail to the Olympic Discovery… Continue reading

Clallam: Somerville, Hannan leading in Port primary returns

Corby Somerville was leading Bill Hannan and Tim Fraser as the first round of vote counting ended Tuesday night in the race for Port of… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Ribbon-cutting marks airport-area road realignment

PORT ANGELES -- Local officials marked the completion of the Lauridsen Boulevard/Edgewood Drive realignment project near Fairchild International Airport on Tuesday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony..… Continue reading

Clallam: Deadline today for returning primary ballots

Only 8,635, or 21 percent, of the 41,120 primary election ballots mailed out Aug. 29 had been returned as of Monday for today's primary election.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: City Council will review cable TV report

PORT ANGELES -- Cable TV customers could see some major changes in their service in the coming years, thanks to a new franchise agreement and… Continue reading

Peninsula: Airlines getting back to normal, some private flights allowed

Airlines and air charter services serving Port Angeles and Port Townsend are returning to normal schedules. Federal officials on Friday reopened the skies to most… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Airport increases security, airlines still shut down

PORT ANGELES -- Cars parked in front of the airport terminal were towed Wednesday as security was tightened prior to resumption of airline service. But… Continue reading

Peninsula: All airports closed

North Olympic Peninsula airports were closed Tuesday after the Federal Aviation Administration grounded all air traffic nationwide for the first time in U.S. history. "I… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles accepts Bullock’s withdrawal, eyes two other finalists

Port of Port Angeles commissioners will "take a second look" at the other two finalists for executive director after Claude Bullock withdrew Monday. Clyde Boddy… Continue reading

Clallam: PUD set to make 22.4 percent rate hike official today

Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners will vote today on a 22.4 percent electricity rate increase proposed by the utility's consultant. The commissioners will meet… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Elwha Resort building destroyed by fire

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK -- Investigators believe a fire that destroyed the main building of the Elwha Resort could be arson. But Olympic National Park Chief… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Two more groups come out against Port’s director choice

Two more business groups have expressed their concern to the Port of Port Angeles commissioners about the selection of Claude Bullock as their executive director.… Continue reading