Cache County prosecutor Spencer Walsh was confirmed to the 1st District Court bench on Wednesday via unanimous vote by Utah Senators. Walsh now fills the vacancy created by Judge Thomas Willmore’s retirement nearly eight months ago.
An Idaho man convicted of stalking and extorting a Cache Valley resident was sentenced to prison on Tuesday.
Fall sports are starting to wind down, and now schools and recreational sports are looking into how to move indoors once winter hits.
A man facing amended charges after what police described as a “vicious attack” was set to appear for a preliminary hearing during his court appearance on Monday.
When Mark Anderson remembers his late father, two smells come to mind first: potatoes and Christmas trees.
A Hyde Park man accused of possessing child sexual abuse material and concealing cameras in multiple places in his home made his initial appearance in 1st District Court on Monday.
Mayor Holly Daines of Logan signed Utah’s first Climate and Clean Air Compact on Oct. 7, and local advocates say it’s just the first step to address the issues.
A man set to be sentenced in November for a 2019 sexual assault case now faces new, “nearly identical” charges.
Michael Sao, 30, was sentenced to prison on Tuesday for a stabbing incident that took place four years ago.
For the first time in more than 20 years, Cache County is planning an update to its general plan.
The city of Logan received an application for In-N-Out Burger this week, and the Planning Commission will meet to discuss the application as a workshop item at its next meeting on Oct. 22.
Last season was another strong one for the Broncos as they went undefeated in Mountain West play and captured their fourth conference championship since 2012.
The wait is finally over for the Utah State football program, which will officially kick off its 123rd season this Saturday on the road against Mountain West power Boise State.
With most valley teams on the Utah side taking the week off and Mountain Crest playing on Wednesday, the spotlight was on Franklin County last Friday night.
NORTH LOGAN — The Green Canyon girls soccer team stood in stunned silence on Saturday afternoon, watching visiting Pine View high celebrate a 1-1 (4-3 in a shootout) victory in the quarterfinals of the 4A state tournament.
MILLVILLE — There’s no question things got a little dicey for the Riverhawks in the second half, but they were ultimately able to right the ship and prove why they were arguably the hottest team in the 4A classification over the final few weeks of the regular season.
A halftime lead wasn’t enough for Preston to hold on at home and earn its first district win as Pocatello scored 26 points in the second half to secure a 29-12 victory on Friday night.
DAYTON — There was no doubt West Side showed up ready to play Friday night at Lyle S. Henderson Field.
The final tune-up of the regular season was a smashing success for Preston’s cross country programs.
PRESTON — Regardless of what happened on Senior Night, Preston’s volleyball team was going to be the No. 1 seed for the upcoming 4A Fifth District Tournament.
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