The COVID-19 pandemic. The largest earthquake in Utah in 28 years and the largest windstorm in 100. Though 2020 was a year that none will forget, it wasn’t all bad, according to Logan Mayor Holly Daines.
“During 2020, I realize many of our citizens, businesses and organizations struggled, and there have been some rough times,” she said in her virtual State of the City address on Tuesday. “However, in November, NBC did a national news story on Logan, as we had the lowest unemployment rate in the entire country. Our local economy has continued to grow. Overall as a city, we have been fortunate."
The pandemic was an overarching theme to the year, and even her annual address was delayed by a month in hopes local numbers would decrease enough to conduct the Logan Municipal Council meetings in-person rather than over Zoom. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
This story is made possible thanks to a community reporting partnership between The Herald Journal and Utah Public Radio.