Close this search box.
Get 24 hours of unlimited digital access for just $1.

Furor over Kansas newspaper raid highlights broader threat

Local news is critical to empowering democracy

The top view of a pile of newspaper with the words 'SEIZED' as the forefront title.
A stack of the latest weekly edition of the Marion County Record sits in the back of the newspaper's building, awaiting unbundling, sorting and distribution, Wednesday, Aug. 16, in Marion, Kansas. The newspaper's front page was dedicated to two stories about a raid by local police on its offices and the publisher's home on Aug. 11. (John Hanna/AP Photo)
By Mary Coltrane and Dee Anne Finken Guest Writers
News of the police raid at the Marion County Record in Kansas on Aug. 11 ignited outrage across the
Cascadia Daily News
  • Save money
  • Support local businesses
  • Unlock exclusive Cascadia Daily News subscription discounts, like 50% off an annual subscription!

Become a Cascadia One Pass member!

Browse our subscription offers or consider donating to support local journalism.

Already a subscriber?

Log in

Latest stories

CDN's reader-powered election coverage takes shape
July 19, 2024 10:49 a.m.
Citizens Agenda program adjusts to encompass stakes of national election
July 18, 2024 10:00 p.m.
The science is clear: Investments in children pay dividends for all
July 16, 2024 10:00 p.m.

Have a news tip?

Email or Call/Text 360-922-3092

Sign up for our free email newsletters