The Herald Journal

Providence Middle School Teacher Arrested For Allegedly Assaulting Multiple Students

Apr 16, 2021

A Spring Creek Middle School teacher was arrested on suspicion of physically assaulting students on Wednesday.

Over The Rainbow: Ridgeline High Incident Goes Viral, Prompts Rally

Apr 15, 2021

Although there were loud cheers when a student cut down a Pride flag at Ridgeline High School on Tuesday, a pro-LGBTQ rally outside the school Wednesday faced no vocal opposition.

Despite howling wind, more than 150 people gathered at Utah State University as advocates shone flashlights in a rainbow pattern on Old Main to support LGBTQ+ students at BYU.

Preliminary Hearing Set For Man Accused Of Sexually Abusing Children

Apr 15, 2021

A 74-year-old man accused of sexually abusing children was set to appear for a preliminary hearing during his 1st District Court appearance on Wednesday.

A video showing a Ridgeline High School student cutting down an LBGTQ flag during a school diversity celebration on Tuesday is getting wide circulation on social media and generating controversy.

Case Dismissed Against Man Once Accused Of Auto Shop Burglary

Apr 14, 2021

A man once charged in 1st District Court with the alleged burglary of a Smithfield auto body shop had his case dismissed on Monday.

Cache County Sheriff Issues Statement On Biden Administration Gun Control Proposals

Apr 14, 2021

Cache County Sheriff Chad Jensen issued a press release on Friday taking a position against “several proposed measures of gun control and plans to sign executive orders” discussed last week by U.S. President Joe Biden.

A man who pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a Logan Canyon crash that critically injured four teenagers will be sentenced during an in-person setting this month.

Live Music Returns To USU With Quad Event

Apr 13, 2021

Live music is returning to Utah State University later this month with a planned free outdoor concert on the Quad, open to the public.

Local agencies have coordinated disposal sites for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

Logan Park Amenities To Reopen April 15

Apr 12, 2021

The City of Logan has announced that park restrooms will be opened beginning April 15.

Small Group Of Protesters Gathers At Heritage Center For Baby Animal Days

Apr 12, 2021

A handful of demonstrators were on scene at the American West Heritage Center on Thursday to protest Baby Animal Days and Yellowstone Bear World after the event garnered attention from the Utah Animal Rights Coalition and PETA.

A recent “Start by Believing” campaign at Utah State University marks the latest of a yearslong effort to improve how the school responds to sexual violence and harassment on campus.

County Clerk's Office Exodus Includes $97,000 Settlement

Apr 8, 2021

Jess Bradfield’s arrival as the new Cache County clerk and auditor last fall has led to the resignations of four out of six longtime female employees in the clerk’s office, including one who gained a $97,000 out-of-court separation settlement, The Herald Journal has learned.

Woman Charged With Multiple Felonies For Allegedly Defrauding Local Business

Apr 8, 2021

A woman accused of forging multiple checks from an employer for the better part of a year made her initial appearance in 1st District Court on Wednesday.

Latter-day To Lutheran: Cache Native Publishes Memoir On Faith Journey

Apr 7, 2021

Katie Langston, a Cache Valley native, has written about her somewhat unorthodox faith journey, from being raised as a Latter-day Saint to becoming a Lutheran minister.

Guinavah/Malibu Campground Getting $2 Million Revamp

Apr 6, 2021

A popular campground up Logan Canyon is getting a complete makeover thanks to new federal funds, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest officials have announced.

Smithfield Temple Announcement Sparks Excitement, Speculation In Cache Valley

Apr 6, 2021

It didn’t take long after the surprise announcement of a Latter-day Saint temple in Smithfield for locals to start expressing their excitement — along with a strong helping of speculation.

Baby Animal Days' Bear Cub Exhibit Protested

Apr 6, 2021

Animal rights activists have launched an email campaign and are planning a live demonstration against the use of bear cubs at this year’s Baby Animal Days event put on by the American West Heritage Center.

USU Announces New Building Near Quad For Language Programs

Apr 5, 2021

A new building near Utah State University’s campus Quad will house all of the school’s language programs in one.

Sky View Senior Scores Perfect 36 On ACT

Apr 5, 2021

A senior at Sky View High School scored a 36 on his ACT — the highest score possible.

Vehicle Collision With Power Pole Causes Electrical Outage

Apr 2, 2021

A traffic accident at 1000 North and 200 East caused a power outage in Logan on Thursday evening.

Garden City Getting New Grocery Store, Bank

Apr 1, 2021

With a surge in tourism spawned by the coronavirus pandemic, Garden City is about to get its first “full-service” grocery store, which will also house the community’s only bank.

Logan City Police say a construction worker was seriously injured after plummeting five stories at a construction site on Wednesday.

Encircle Breaks Ground On New LGBTQ Community Resource Home Near USU In Logan

Apr 1, 2021

LGBTQ support organization Encircle broke ground for a new location in Logan on Tuesday.

KSL News is reporting that the Box Elder County Sheriff's Office is helping police the town of Mantua after its police chief was let go and other officers resigned.

Nibley Selects Longtime Resident As New City Manager

Mar 30, 2021

After a nationwide search, Nibley native Justin Maughan has been officially selected as the new city manager.

Man Accused Of Making Threats With Paintball Gun Made To Resemble Shotgun

Mar 30, 2021

A man accused of threatening people during and after an incident with a paintball gun resembling “a pistol grip side-by-side barrel shotgun” has been charged with multiple felonies in 1st District Court.

Man Pleads Guilty To Amended Charges In Millville Stabbing Case

Mar 30, 2021

A man accused of a stabbing in Millville Canyon pleaded guilty to charges in 1st District Court on Monday.

North Logan, Nibley Considering Ranked-Choice Voting For Upcoming Municipal Elections

Mar 29, 2021

As municipalities in Cache County face upcoming all-mail elections, some are exploring ranked-choice voting as a way to cut costs.