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About

Cascadia Daily News is a locally owned newspaper created in a brick-and-mortar newsroom in Bellingham, Washington by local reporters, columnists, editors and visual journalists.

CDN debuted online on Jan. 24, 2022, and published its first weekly print edition on March 2, 2022. The newspaper is a publication of Cascadia Newspapers LLC, which is wholly owned and funded by fourth-generation Whatcom County resident David Syre.

We deliver our news throughout the day on our website seven days a week and publish a weekly print edition, available at newsstands and retail locations, and by mail and print-replica e-edition to subscribers on Friday mornings. View a map of locations where you can buy a single copy of the newspaper for $2.00.

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From our newsroom in downtown Bellingham, we report breaking and enterprise news, opinion, arts and entertainment, sports and other subjects from the Northwest corner of Washington state, including Whatcom and Skagit counties and the San Juan Islands. We are owned, managed and staffed by NW Washington residents who believe the region deserves a news source as unique and engaging as the place where we live.

The news staff at Cascadia Daily News is fully independent, and we know that trust is earned. That’s why we’ve made public our News Mission Statement and ethics guidelines, which we take seriously.

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