As part of the federal relicensing process for Cutler Reservoir, operators will be lowering water levels next week.
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In an effort to protect park water lines as overnight temperatures become cooler, the Logan parks division started shutting off all park drinking fountains and closing park restrooms for the winter season beginning Wednesday.
Logan Municipal Council members voted during their meeting on Tuesday to create a subcommittee to explore the idea of using voting districts in future council elections.
The owners of the undeveloped Wesley Nelson Farms property, located in southern Logan along U.S. Highway 89/91, officially requested to be disconnected from the city during Tuesday’s council meeting.
A former Ridgeline High School football player is suing the Cache County School District, alleging that he suffered lasting injury after being told to keep playing football over a period of nearly two weeks after a concussion in 2017.
Team manager makes the most of his single Senior Night play
The town hall scheduled by the Cache County state delegation for Wednesday evening has been canceled. The next interim town hall will be on Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. on education at the Historic Cache County Courthouse.
InTech Collegiate High School announced last week the school will be expanding to seventh and eighth grades and will therefore be renamed as InTech Collegiate Academy.
A recently completed wastewater screening facility in Wellsville is part of an effort to extend the life of the city’s sewer lagoons.
Logan Municipal Council Member Jess Bradfield wants to switch voting in future city elections from at-large to by-district. However, the mayor and other members of the council aren’t sure right before an upcoming election is the best time to have the discussion.
NORTH LOGAN — It took a while for them to slam the door, but the Wolves made sure their first-ever home playoff match was a memorable one.
MILLVILLE — Though a bit rusty at times, Ridgeline entertained zero notions of a playoff upset, routing Dixie 6-1 at home for the program’s first-ever playoff victory.
SMITHFIELD — A tone was set pretty quick by the hosts Wednesday afternoon.
SMITHFIELD — In a battle of second-place teams with dreams of still sharing a Region 11 volleyball title, it was the defending champs that emerged victorious.
Early on it was apparent it was a four-person race.
There’s no denying Oct. 5 was a day to forget for a Utah State offense that only mustered up 159 total yards in a 44-6 loss to LSU at Tiger Stadium.
Ridgeline had all seven runners across the finish line before the fifth Bear River girl came in.
Returning four starters from a team that tied for the regular season title and won the conference tournament certainly helped Utah State be the favorite in men’s basketball for the upcoming 2019-20 season.