An 84-year-old woman died during a low-speed car accident on Wednesday.
Firefighters were able to extricate the driver of a semi that overturned and plunged into the Logan River on Wednesday morning near Milepost 474 in Logan Canyon.
The Bear River Health Department has reported the death of another Cache County resident with COVID-19.
Fire departments are asking Cache County residents to abide by fire restrictions and be cautious approaching Pioneer Day after weekend fires — one caused by a resident shooting at exploding targets — burned nearly 100 acres.
The body of a Logan man who drowned on the Idaho side of Bear Lake has been recovered.
The Bear River Health District reported 47 new lab-confirmed coronavirus cases on Friday.
Firefighting agencies threw seemingly everything they had at a wildland blaze in Hyde Park Canyon on Friday afternoon and evening — a blaze that might have been human caused.
The Bear River Health Department has reported relatively low increases in confirmed COVID-19 cases over the past few days, but it has also reported the fourth coronavirus death among health district residents.
“I wish I would have taken things like the masks and the precautions more seriously,” Nibley Mayor Shaun Dustin said days after finding out he tested positive for COVID-19.
Six people are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 in the Bear River Health District, according to health officials, as the district continues to average upward of 20 new cases a day.
A crowdfunding campaign for a Smithfield family ravaged by a house fire reached its $3,000 goal on Wednesday, a mere three days after its launch.
Bear River Health Department reported 13 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday as the seven-day rolling average of case confirmations continues to decrease.
A driver appears to have come away from a crash where his car rolled multiple times without serious injury on Thursday near Wellsville, though a dog riding with him died.
A Cache County resident has died after contracting COVID-19, according to the Bear River Health Department.
The Bear River Health Department reported 25 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday as estimated recoveries climbed to more than half of the district’s case total.
Health officials reported 39 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Bear River Health District on Friday.
Thirty-one new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the Bear River Health District on Thursday.
The Bear River Health Department reported 15 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the seven-day rolling average of new daily cases to 39.
The number of lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 has been rising steadily in the Bear River Health District, with 23 new cases reported Monday following 44 new cases Sunday and 43 Saturday.
The Bear River Health Department confirmed 30 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.
The Bear River Health Department reported 42 new cases of COVID-19 Monday, bringing Cache County’s total to more than 1,000 cumulative detected infections.
Ed Pilkington’s first month back at JBS has been a whirlwind. He’d recently been hired back after a 10-year gap, but two weeks into his new position, he tested positive for COVID-19.
Cache County is seeing a “moderate” increase in hospitalizations after the recent uptick in coronavirus confirmations, but an official number is hard to pin down.
Ed Pilkington’s first month back at JBS has been a whirlwind. He’d recently been hired back on after a 10-year gap, but two weeks into his new position, he tested positive for COVID-19.
The Bear River Health Department reported 62 new lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, but it also reported 113 recoveries as time passes since the beginning of Cache County's spike in cases.
With a spike in confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Cache County, Intermountain Healthcare has increased its testing capacity.
Several workers from the JBS meatpacking plant in Hyrum and their supporters gathered in Logan on Tuesday to protest the company’s handling of a coronavirus outbreak with nearly 300 confirmed positives.
CORRECTION: The Bear River Health Department's epidemiology team briefly thought Tuesday that the first case in Rich County had been reported; however, it turned out the case belonged to a different district.
Although nearly 300 workers at a local meatpacking plant have tested positive for COVID-19, local health officials’ hands are tied when it comes to regulating or shutting down the plant.
The Bear River Health Department reported 197 new lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Saturday presumably as results from contact tracing and targeted testing at a local meatpacking plant continue to come in.
Editor's note: The baby mentioned in this story died on Friday, according to Crescencio López-González. "Yesterday, she was turned away from the hospital. Today, she went again and after surgery, the baby didn't make it," López-González wrote. Due to press deadlines, this update will not app…
The Bear River Health District counted 22 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday.
The total number of lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Cache County surpassed 300 on Wednesday, according to the Bear River Health Department.
A head-on collision between a Ford Escort and a semi-truck Monday resulted in the second dramatic rescue from the Logan River over the past three days.
A semi-trailer rig has plunged into the Logan River after a reported head-on collision in Logan Canyon on Monday afternoon, near where a dramatic rescue was carried out on Saturday.
The Bear River Health Department confirmed 19 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, following 80 new cases over the weekend, and new demographic data shows Latinos with nearly double the number of confirmed cases of any other ethnicity.
Editor’s note: Freelance journalist Brian Champagne contributed to this report.
Cache County Search and Rescue has retrieved a family from a vehicle that plunged into the Logan River. Their conditions are unknown.
Continuing a trend of increasing cases of COVID-19, the Bear River Health Department confirmed 38 new positive test results on Saturday. All of the new cases are in Cache County but one, in Box Elder.
The Bear River Health Department reported 31 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday. The department states its confirmed counts may continue to rise at an increased pace as it prepares “targeted COVID-19 testing clinics” for critical industry and infrastructure workers.
The Bear River Health Department reported 22 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, the highest single-day total in the health district since the virus pandemic began.
Ten new COVID-19 cases were reported in Cache County on Wednesday, according to the Bear River Health Department.
The Bear River Health District is reporting two new lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 since Monday.
The Utah Department of Health is reporting Monday the first death of a Cache County resident attributed to COVID-19, a woman older than 85. Like the Bear River Health District’s only other reported coronavirus death so far, the woman was a permanent resident of Cache County but was outside t…
The Bear River Health Department reported one of its largest single-day jumps in Cache County’s confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.
A fire at a former S&S Sports facility caused minimal damage to the exterior of the building on Monday but caused irreparable damage to two compressors.
The Bear River Health Department reported three new lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Cache County on Monday since its last report Friday.
The Bear River Health Department is reporting three new lab confirmations of COVID-19 on Wednesday.
Following a cluster of positive cases from Friday to Monday, the Bear River Health Department is reporting zero new lab confirmations of COVID-19 on Tuesday.
By herald journal staff
A visiting van caught fire in the parking lot of Young Toyota in North Logan on Thursday morning.
Tributes have been pouring in through social media over the last few days for a Box Elder County man whose impact reached far and wide in the local theater community, school system and beyond.
Emergency services dispatcher Pamela Olsen has amassed “tons” of experiences during her near-quarter-century career. From bank robberies and high-speed chases, not to mention the mass of changes with the job itself, 911 director Shelley Peterson said Olsen is one of the people you’d want on …
A near head-on collision in Logan Canyon resulted in a hospitalization of a victim and a DUI arrest on Wednesday afternoon.
Here’s a roundup of official announcements and other useful information about the coronavirus response.