Editor’s Note: This article is part of a series of stories planned by Cache Valley freelance writer Cindy Knowles based on the idea that everyone has an interesting story to tell.
Say that a 6.5-magnitude earthquake just hit Cache Valley. Power lines are down, cell service is disconnected and major roadways are blocked off and flooded. What should you do?
Pure, soaring notes reverberated through the cavernous Conference Center Auditorium on Tuesday night as about 170 people sang the hymn “Come, Ye Children of the Lord.”
On Friday, the Utah Supreme Court issued an updated administrative order pertaining to court functions during the COVID-19 pandemic. The State of Utah Judiciary also updated their risk phase response plan.
SALT LAKE CITY — Recently, the Utah Department of Health became aware of a patient who ingested large doses of ivermectin in an attempt to treat symptoms of COVID-19. The patient suffered serious health effects and was taken to a Utah hospital.
Ogden joined several other cities in the state and across the country Monday night to remember Gabby Petito, a Florida woman whose mysterious disappearance took a tragic turn over the weekend with the announcement that remains believed to be hers were found in Wyoming.
There are currently more active COVID-19 cases in Bannock County alone than there were throughout all of the Southeastern Idaho Public Health District’s eight-county service area at the previous height of the pandemic, public health officials confirmed Friday.
A 44-year-old man who pleaded guilty to amended assault and child abuse charges was sentenced to jail and probation on Monday.
Some residents have mistaken a large dirt-moving operation at 10th North and 10th West as the beginning of construction for the planned Costco wholesale outlet in Logan, but the site is actually targeted for a new FedEx Ground distribution center recently approved by the Logan Planning and Z…
An 18-year-old accused of being involved in a fight that resulted in a shooting in June made his initial appearance in 1st District Court on Monday.
MILLVILLE — With the Bob Firman Invitational in Boise, Idaho, getting canceled, many cross country teams were left trying to find a meet this week.
With the Region boys golf season winding down, the competition has heated up.
Moving the ball was really never a problem for Utah State’s football program in season-opening games against Washington State and North Dakota, but the Aggies certainly weren’t as efficient as they could have been.
When Jason Howe was a college student more than 20 years ago, his wife tried to convince him to give running a try.
Could it have been any more thrilling for Aggie fans Saturday?
By Jason Turner
A potent passing attack, spearheaded by standout three-year starting quarterback Carter Fortin, was something that had West Side head coach Tyson Moser concerned, but his Pirates were more than up to the challenge.
SMITHFIELD — It was a game the Riverhawks had been waiting for since the 2020 season came to a painful end in the semifinals of the state playoffs.
Every time Bear River made a big play on its brand new sprinturf field, Logan responded with a clutch play of its own, much to the delight of head coach Bart Bowen.
To the editor: On Tuesday, Sept. 21, the Logan City Council will decide whether or not to limit the statewide mandated right for homeowners to rent an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) within their home. Read more