Utah State University geologist Jim Evans outright admitted on Thursday night during a poetry walkabout on campus that he had never been part of an event like it.
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A family-run state liquor package agency in Richmond is back in business after the owner’s grandson regained the license from the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
As the number of students seeking help after sexual violence increases, Utah State University’s Sexual Assault and Anti-Violence Information office continues to grow.
A 20-year-old North Logan man allegedly used Snapchat to lure a 13-year-old girl to his apartment where he forced her inside and raped her, police said in a probable cause statement.
A 48-year-old man with a fiery past was arrested Tuesday night after a structure fire in Richmond caused significant damage to his grandmother’s home.
Several Brigham City residents contacted police this week to report a child with a sign advertising “ICE COLD BEER” in large black letters on a street corner in front of a church.
Mormon crickets, which have a place in the heritage of the pioneers that will be celebrated next week in Cache Valley, have made an unexpected appearance between the towns of Dayton and Oxford in Franklin County, Idaho.
The Logan Municipal Council unanimously voted to continue its participation in a first-of-its-kind nuclear reactor project near Idaho Falls — but not without objection from the mayor.
Last week, inside his business on Center Street in downtown Logan, Jeff Flammer pressed a few Utah State University logos onto T-shirts and showed another that included an image of him and his wife on St. Martin’s Island.
Busy bees and playful moths fly around Logan resident Sue Zollinger’s garden, where the colors of different plants and flowers harmoniously working together to decorate the front lawn of her home.
The Logan and Cache County school districts are wrapping up their annual summer free-lunch programs this week and next, and the latest data indicates participation is growing at locations outside of Logan.
Just like he had all tournament long, Chase Lansford went out and played solid, consistent golf for 18 holes.
In the words of Logan Royals player-coach Doug Anthony, “wins are way more fun.” And the Royals got just their third of the season Friday, 7-5, over the Hyrum Hornets at Worthington Park.
For the second time in the last three years, a Utah State golfer is one win away from reigning supreme at one of the most prestigious tournaments in the Beehive State.
SMITHFIELD — Ty Erickson and Jonathan Bergeson know exactly what it’s like to scale the taxing, arduous mountain to success.
And then there were two — Aggies that is.
When the day began, 64 golfers still had dreams of winning a state title.
The dream of playing collegiate baseball is not over for a trio of Cache Valley athletes.
The Smithfield Blue Sox exorcised a few small demons in Logan by drubbing the Royals in a Northern Utah League game, 10-4, on Tuesday evening at Worthington Park.
To the editor:
At the conclusion of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 in Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin purportedly explained to a local resident that the new form of American government resulting from the Founders’ deliberations was “[a] republic, if you can keep it.” Read more