Cascadia Daily News

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Ralph Judd joined Cascadia Daily News as editor in July 2021 after three decades at The Seattle Times, where he was a reporter and columnist, covered international news events from around the globe, and served as the magazine’s Pacific NW Editor. He previously edited the Kodiak Daily Mirror in Alaska and the Phuket Gazette in Thailand. He is a graduate of the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting at Arizona State University and has held multiple fellowships, including the Roy W. Howard Fellow at the University of Missouri.

Audra Anderson is the assistant editor and enterprise reporter at Cascadia Daily News. She is happy to be back in the Northwest and in a place with more than one eggs benedict option. She grew up in Vail, Arizona, then swapped the prickly pear trees for the pine forests of Western Washington University, where she was editor-in-chief of The Western Front and editor of Klipsun Magazine. When she isn’t writing, she runs her own polymer clay earring business, creates strange paintings and belts weeknight karaoke in Bellingham bars.