SAFETY

Police search for gunman after shooting downtown on Saturday

Victim is recovering from non-life-threatening gunshot wound
GOVERNMENT

‘Healthy Children’s Fund’ on the line Nov. 8

Voters to decide on property tax increase to fund early …
PLACES & THINGS

Places & Things: September 2022

Pepper Sisters to close until December
THE A-LIST

A&E calendar: Of harvests, humor and art openings

A curated selection of events in Whatcom and Skagit counties
SCHEDULE

Sports calendar: Sept. 28 – Oct. 4, 2022

Upcoming recreation opportunities and professional, college and prep sports
CIVIC AGENDA

Civic Agenda: Sept. 29 – Oct. 5, 2022

This week's meetings, hearings and opportunities for public input

NEWS

ENVIRONMENT

Proposed city budget includes funds for a climate action office

Climate projects are among mayor's top priorities in 2023–24
LAW & JUSTICE

Ferndale Police: Suspect who pointed gun at police and fled is arrested

Police set up perimeter around motel; suspect arrested without incident
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PLACES & THINGS

Places & Things: October 2022

Maple Bar soft opens near WCC, Iron Rooster reopens
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GOVERNMENT

Mayor's budget proposes across-the-board spending hikes

Police, fire, other offices would add staff
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SAFETY

County, city invest in stability at cold-weather shelters

40 spaces to open at Civic Field on cold nights

OPINION

GUEST COMMENTARIES

Guest commentary: Whatcom children's levy deserves a 'yes' vote

Proposition 5 is community-driven
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RON JUDD

Making a case for local candidate endorsements

CDN's role in the coming election
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LETTERS

Letters to the Editor, Week of Sept. 28, 2022

Send letters, maximum 300 words, along with city of residence to letters@cascadiadaily.com
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THE HAMMER

The Hammer, Vol. XXXVII

A public dare for Ferndale: We'll bring the glass
GUEST COMMENTARIES

Guest Commentary: Fact — cybersecurity helps protect our elections

Beware misinformation by bad actors

SPORTS & REC

PREP/COLLEGE

Conference leaders become clear as fall season hits midway point

Five unbeaten teams remain across prep, WWU sports
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BASEBALL

Mariners to start playoffs on road, Haggerty hurts leg

Seattle preparing for first playoff run in two decades
FOOTBALL

Seahawks cooking on offense but getting burned on defense

Geno Smith continues performing above expectations
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CROSS COUNTRY

Sehome, Squalicum combine for 6 top-10 finishes at Twilight Invitational

Six Whatcom County schools competed at 85-team meet
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FOOTBALL

Lynden holds off Sehome to stay undefeated

'Lean on Lane game' as Heeringa collects two touchdowns, game-sealing interception

LIVING

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RESTAURANTS

Review: K-Pop Chicken & Beer

Wings for the win
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FOOD

Across the border: Center of dim sum palaces

Spicy pig's ears are optional fare
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FILM

Doctober: Discovering the world, one documentary at a time

Hidden treasures at the Pickford Film Center
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THE A-LIST

A&E calendar: Of harvests, humor and art openings

A curated selection of events in Whatcom and Skagit counties