The whole community is invited to free classes, tours, samples, competitions and more at the first Aggie Chocolate Expo next week.
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This week, the Cache County state legislative delegation will host a town hall meeting on state and local transportation projects and issues.
To get underway for Logan’s Pride Festival this weekend, a few dozen people gathered at Aggie Blue Bikes on Friday evening, donning rainbow shirts and colorful tights, ready to compete in a cycling scavenger hunt.
Aerobiologist Landon Bunderson has an affliction: allergens. And anyone who has suffered severe seasonal allergies can attest, symptoms are rough.
City officials are reminding residents that the Bridger Bike Park, 1181 N. 400 West, Logan, is not open to public use until construction is completed.
Small, forgotten tunnel found during Center St. renovation
Next week, the Sons of the Utah Pioneers will hold its annual national encampment in Cache Valley.
Group trying to start program for young entrepreneurs
Construction workers excavate basement under Bluebird Candy Co.
A misdemeanor assault and rioting case that took place nearly two years ago will not result in immediate jail time for the attackers.
As Hyde Park city officials continue discussions on potentially creating a city manager or city administrator type position, Mayor Sharidean Flint said she believes she and the council members are gaining more common ground on the matter.
NORTH LOGAN — If ESPN had been at Green Canyon High School Tuesday night, the network would most certainly declared the volleyball match that took place an instant classic.
It was a historic day for the Preston girls soccer program as the Indians swept district rival Century for the first time ever.
Before the Aggie football team started going to bowl games on a regular basis and recording double-digit wins in a season, there was a short stretch nearly six decades ago when Utah State had some of its best success on the gridiron.
The first bye week of the 2019 college football season came earlier than normal for the Aggies, but it was a productive one.
HYRUM — It wasn’t exactly the start the Mustangs wanted for their Homecoming football game Friday night at Lynn R. Miller Field against rival Logan.
SMITHFIELD — Sky View came back from an early nine-point deficit in the first half and then held on in the final moments of the game to win its Region 11 opener at home against rival Green Canyon, 32-24.
The Pirates graduated a lot of very good skill position players from last year’s 10-1 team, but returned several starters on the offensive and defensive lines.
NORTH LOGAN — When the Wolves and Bobcats were finally able to complete their second of two Region 11 showdowns, there was no lack of drama.
HYRUM — The Logan Grizzlies pulled themselves out of a season-long funk, scoring three goals in the first half and holding on to claim a solid Region 11 road win over Mountain Crest by a score of 5-3 Thursday night.