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Local crime patterns mixed in first year of COVID

10 hours ago

While the state of Utah saw an increase in several areas of crime in 2020 during the height of the COVID pandemic, crime data released by the FBI shows a more nuanced view at the Cache County level.

Cache Valley could soon have first wineries

10 hours ago
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After several years of discussion and debate, the Cache County Council last month unanimously passed an ordinance allowing wineries in the valley, and the valley’s first commercial wineries may be licensed soon.

Crumbl sells 'Aggie Blue Mint' flavor nationwide with USU's blessing

Oct 14, 2021
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Crumbl Cookies, started by USU alumni, has sent a little piece of Logan across the United States with the “Aggie Blue Mint’’ cookie.

Cities help clean up fallen trees and branches after heavy snowstorm

Oct 14, 2021

Following Monday night’s heavy snowstorm, the City of Logan is helping residents clean up fallen branches. But the crews won’t take all the tree waste left by the storm, only what has fallen on sidewalks, park strips and roadways.

Update: Smith's Marketplace blaze knocked down

Oct 13, 2021
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Firefighters are reporting that a fire in the attic and on the rooftop of Smith's Marketplace in Logan has been knocked down.

The Cache County School District will be joining over 450 school districts across the county in litigation efforts alleging Juul Labs and other vaping companies downplayed health risks and marketed toward minors.

A beaver caused a Logan power outage after chewing through a tree

Oct 12, 2021
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A beaver — yes, that’s right — caused a power outage for nearly 980 Rocky Mountain Power customers in Logan a week ago by knocking a tree down.

Cache Valley ultra runner dedicates races to finding home for boy with Down syndrome

Oct 11, 2021
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When ultra runner Michael McKnight began the Moab 240 early Friday morning, he had a smiling companion along with him.

Space Dynamics Lab-built telescope aids in accidental discovery of brown dwarf

Oct 8, 2021
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A telescope built by Space Dynamics Laboratory has led to the discovery of a brown dwarf dubbed “The Accident.”

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One person was apparently stabbed during an altercation at Willow Park on Wednesday evening, according to Logan Police.

A man accused of fatally shooting a coworker at a Millville construction site was denied bail after appearing in 1st District Court on Wednesday.

While the COVID-19 delta variant has been making headlines and swamping hospitals for months, local statistics may show signs that its wave is beginning to decline.

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The Cache County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to help identify a person of interest in an arson case that occurred in Providence two weeks ago.

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What do raccoons, vandalism and caved roofs all have in common? They’re all some of the effects of abandoned homes.

Charges have been filed with the 1st District Court against a man accused of pointing a firearm at two girls outside of Logan High School last month, resulting in a brief lockdown.

Prismview is moving its Logan plant to Mexico, laying off 88 workers

Oct 4, 2021
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Prismview, the LED sign company that at one time employed 450 workers in Logan, is moving its local manufacturing facility to Mexico.

'Climate Emergency' March And Rally Planned For Monday In Logan

Sep 30, 2021

Reminiscent of a 2016 “March Against Hate” in Logan, USU students and other local residents concerned about climate change will gather on University Hill next Monday and walk to the Historic Cache County Courthouse to rally for their cause.

Man Arrested, Charged With Eight-Month-Old Burglary After DNA Comparison

Sep 30, 2021

A man has been charged in 1st District Court after police say DNA results linked him to the scene of a home burglary in Hyde Park on New Year’s Day.

Asian Student Club At Local High School Raises Funds For Afghan Women

Sep 30, 2021
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A local high school Asian Student Association (ASA) and the nonprofit Student 2 Student joined together on Sept. 18 to raise money for Afghan female students. Community members donated money and purchased products, bringing the total to a little over $200.

What's Up With That? Shoulder Lines On Major Logan Streets Explained

Sep 28, 2021
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Road markings known as “shoulder lines” have caused some confusion in Logan, particularly in two high-traffic sections of roadway.

Lewiston Elementary School Recognized As Nat'l Blue Ribbon School

Sep 28, 2021
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Lewiston Elementary School was recently recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School for 2021. The recognition is based on a school’s overall academic performance or progress in achievement gaps in student subgroups.

Man Accused Of Stealing ‘Sizable Quantity’ Of Hemp Pleads Guilty

Sep 28, 2021

A man charged in 1st District Court for his role in the theft of “hemp product” from a storage unit pleaded guilty on Monday.

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As of July, Logan city has the lowest unemployment rate by metro area in the nation, recorded by The United State Bureau of Labor Statistics. Low unemployment rates can cause issues for the economy and business growth — especially for Cache Valley.

Mountain Crest's 'Test-To-Stay' Detects 42 More COVID-19 Cases Among Students

Sep 27, 2021

Mountain Crest High School’s “test-to-stay” event turned up more than 40 additional COVID-19 cases, according to school and health officials.

Fire On Providence Porch Appears More Than Teen Prank

Sep 23, 2021
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Jeanette Norton says she was roused from sleep on her couch just after midnight Monday when she heard a noise on the front porch of her Providence home.

Third Man Charged For Role In Logan Altercation That Resulted In Shooting

Sep 23, 2021

Charges have been filed against 20-year-old man for his role in an altercation where a man was shot.

Cache Humane Society, City Of Logan Continue To Clash Over Handling Of Strays

Sep 23, 2021
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Cache Humane Society, a local nonprofit once contracted by Logan to impound stray animals, now says the city isn't fulfilling its responsibilities.

Man Sentenced To 120 Days In Cache County Jail, Probation In Child Abuse Case

Sep 21, 2021

A 44-year-old man who pleaded guilty to amended assault and child abuse charges was sentenced to jail and probation on Monday.

Ground Cleared For Large FedEx Shipping Center In Logan

Sep 21, 2021
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Some residents have mistaken a large dirt-moving operation at 10th North and 10th West as the beginning of construction for the planned Costco wholesale outlet in Logan, but the site is actually targeted for a new FedEx Ground distribution center recently approved by the Logan Planning and Zoning Commission.

Local 18-Year-Old Charged For Role In June Shooting

Sep 21, 2021

An 18-year-old accused of being involved in a fight that resulted in a shooting in June made his initial appearance in 1st District Court on Monday.

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