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After several people expressed concern online over a lid with a radioactivity warning label found in the crawlspace of a Cache Valley home, officials say upon investigation no dangerous material was found.
Plans to demolish the Emporium and neighboring properties on Logan’s Main Street are being put on hold because the city’s Historic Preservation Committee wants to see a more concrete project plan before giving the approval to remove the buildings.
A man alleged to have passed out in a parked vehicle with an infant present was sentenced to an indeterminate term in jail on Monday.
Over 1,500 students crammed into the auditorium at Logan High School at the end of the school day on Monday, each of them trying to get one last look at Principal Ken Auld’s head of hair.
He regards himself as one of the lucky ones.
Cache County's state legislative delegates are hosting a town hall on the impact of new laws on public education at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Historic Cache County Courthouse, 199 N. Main St., Logan.
North Logan Library patrons have the opportunity to reduce their fines this holiday season while helping out the local food pantry.
Nibley City Manager David Zook was presented with a Credentialed Manager designation from the Utah City/County Management Association on Thursday. Zook is one of around 1,300 people in the world to be awarded the credential, and one of 17 in the state of Utah.
UPDATE: The student is safe and contacted USU Police after seeing the missing person post, according to USU spokesman Tim Vitale.
Belay glasses have been on the market for more than a decade, saving rock climbers’ necks, in more ways than one. But a local company is pushing the traditional design in a new direction.
May marked the 150th anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad that joined the east and west coasts of the United States. Heralded as the “moon landing” of its time, the railroad dramatically changed the country. While there were many positive outcomes of this achievemen…
It wasn’t pretty at times and much closer than many expected, but in the end No. 17 Utah State got the job done Friday night at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum.
SALT LAKE CITY — Under head coach Chris Howell, who is in his first season at the Bobcat helm, this 2019 version of Sky View (12-1) is making a strong case to be considered the best team in school history.
It’s not official yet, but the Utah State men’s cross country team will surely receive some good news Saturday.
A signature victory was there for the taking, but Wyoming couldn’t quite slam the door in last Saturday’s 20-17 heartbreaking road loss to No. 21 Boise State.
Things were looking pretty bleak for the Aggies a week ago at this time, but they showcased a lot of resolve in pulling out a hard-fought road victory over Fresno State last weekend.
Despite being heavy favorites again, the Aggies are taking their next basketball opponent very serious.
Williams bounced back after getting cut by first college team
Less than 24 hours after celebrating another big win, the Utah State men’s basketball program was turning its attention to the future.