Two juveniles were injured in a collision on 1000 West early Tuesday morning, the second of two crashes to occur within a 10-minute period.
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People in Garden City are looking to the state for solutions after a fully loaded semi truck lost its braking ability Thursday and crashed into a bank of storage bays just east of the city’s busiest intersection.
Tracks from an early 20th Century trolley were exposed on Center Street this week as a LeGrand Johnson demolition crew prepared a downtown block for major renovation work. See the accompanying photo/story layout from the Herald Journal print edition for further details. (Photo courtesy Parke…
The Logan Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a pickleball tournament on Sept. 12-14 at Bridger Park Pickleball Courts, 1188 N. 400 West in Logan.
Registration is open for the Logan Parks and Recreation Department Youth Flag Football program.
Glider pilots from around the country spend week in Logan
The Smithfield City Skatepark will be closed Monday, Aug. 19, through Friday, Aug. 23, to perform warranty work on the skatepark and to rejuvenate the grass areas surrounding the park.
After a nearly three-hour meeting and an executive session on Thursday evening, members of the Cache County Board of Adjustments voted to remand the matter of the conditional use permit for a private airstrip in Mendon to the Land Use Authority for more information.
Utah Jazz rookie Justin Wright-Foreman will be in Logan on Saturday for a free meet-and-greet event at 10 a.m. at the Logan Community Recreation Center, 195 S. 100 West.
Hundreds of backpacks — 663, to be exact — are packed and ready to go for the upcoming school year at the Little Lambs warehouse in Logan.
A North Logan man is scheduled for sentencing in early October after he pleaded guilty this week to enticing a minor, sexual battery and a felony DUI.
A 14-point second half lead proved to be tenuous, but the Bobcats didn’t panic.
Freshman GK saves PK in second half for Utah State
It’s fair to say Thursday provided very good measuring stick for the Logan and Mountain Crest girls soccer programs.
Two years ago Cache Valley native Michael McKnight won the Triple Crown of 200s.
Editor’s note: This is the fourth in an eight-part series profiling Utah State’s football team by position. Next: Defensive Line.
Eighteen holes were not enough to decided the Logan River Men’s Club Championship.
Editor’s note: This is the third in an eight-part series profiling Utah State’s football team by position. Next: Offensive line.
Kaycee Hunt retained her spot atop the Logan River Women’s Association with her third straight Club Championship on Tuesday.