Two new deaths attributable to COVID-19 were reported in the Bear River Health District on Tuesday, one each in Cache and Box Elder counties.
Editor’s note: Herald Journal reporter Jackson Wilde was intrigued by last week’s discovery of a mysterious metal object installed at a remote site in Utah’s red-rock desert — so intrigued he decided to spend his Thanksgiving tracking the mystery down. Following is his account of that adventure:
Logan and the surrounding community has been sheltered from many of the economic hardships the COVID-19 pandemic sparked due to the diversity of businesses in the area. While many other places are seeing businesses like restaurants shut their doors, three new restaurants have opened downtown…
A man accused of robbing multiple victims in a parking lot earlier this month was arrested on Wednesday.
Brendan Snider, 18, appeared in 1st District Court on Monday; a preliminary hearing was set for Jan. 4.
Editor’s note: The following is a firsthand account of a COVID-19 hospitalization from Cache Valley Visitors Bureau Director Julie Hollist Terrill. Because she is a professional communicator and advocate for the local economy, we believe her perspective will add something of unique value to …
While Cache Valley residents were expressing concern in October about a fast-food drive-through tsunami at the planned new In-N-Out Burger at 4th North and Main, little did they know another one was about to occur 10 blocks away at Chick-fil-A.
There’s no doubt faiths, and the communities surrounding them, can be profound and powerful. Faith affects our value systems and our culture. Our faith may also influence how we see ourselves and someone else.
Whether you’re new to the world of winter sports or you’re a backcountry veteran praying for snow, it’s important to know the safety recommendations for the coming season, for the times they are a-changin’.
Newly reported COVID-19 cases continued to drop Thanksgiving Day, as the rolling 7-day average hit 186 new cases daily, down from a peak of 215 last Friday.
Charges have been filed with the 1st District Court against a man accused of sexual lewdness in front of children at a local grocery store.
A strong second half was just what the Aggies needed Friday afternoon in the Sanford Pentagon.
The first career start for Aggie quarterback Andrew Peasley was a smashing success.
Several rough patches in the first half put the Aggies in a hole that they just couldn’t dig out of Thursday night in the Sanford Pentagon.
For 29 minutes, it was looking good for the Aggies in their season opener.
As far as debuts go, it couldn’t have gone much better for Aggie freshman guard Meagan Mendazona.
One Mountain West football program will end a lengthy losing streak Thursday night, provided COVID-19 doesn’t prevent the game from happening.
Ready or not, it’s time for some college basketball.
There is plenty of excitement surrounding Aggie basketball as both the men and women gear up for the college season to begin on Wednesday.