In the “dumpster fire of a year” also known as 2020, local entrepreneur Ron Adair created the Christmas Cache Treasure Hunt both to bring awareness to small businesses and provide a safe activity for the community.
Logan and the surrounding community has been sheltered from many of the economic hardships the COVID-19 pandemic sparked due to the diversity of businesses in the area. While many other places are seeing businesses like restaurants shut their doors, three new restaurants have opened downtown…
Though Jenilyn Needham has four children, she often calls Stork Landing, the business she owns, “my first baby.”
It’s a car wash! A new credit union! Trader Joe’s! Costco! No, wait: “It’s a mini-Target with a car wash attached,” joked Mike DeSimone at the Logan City Council Meeting on Tuesday.
Logan’s incoming In-N-Out Burger received the official go-ahead after the site’s design received unanimous approval from the Logan Planning Commission at Thursday’s virtual meeting.
When Mark Anderson remembers his late father, two smells come to mind first: potatoes and Christmas trees.
A crowd of about 130 young musicians and families gathered at the pavilion at Willow Park on Friday evening to enjoy music, pizza and ultimately, to support local musicians.
On Tuesday, The Cache Venue in Logan was granted a “bar establishment” license by the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control — the first new bar in the county in about 30 years.
Jim Seamons only took second place at the Utah Giant Pumpkin Growers 16th Annual Weigh Off at Thanksgiving Point on Saturday — but he set a new record for the largest-recorded pumpkin grown in Cache Valley.
A new funeral home is coming to Logan.
Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky renewable energy program is celebrating 20 years of community impact, including some notable projects in the Preston area.
Biotechnology company Cytiva, which used to be GE Healthcare Life Sciences, has announced it is expanding its footprint in Logan with an additional facility that anticipates bringing 200 more Cache Valley jobs.
Garden harvests and the closing hunting season typically lead to an increased interest in freezers this time of year, but due to COVID-19-related shortages, freezers — and nearly every other major appliance — are in short supply.
While the economy in Utah has taken a big hit this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, things are rolling along at Northrop Grumman Corp. — so much so that the company is looking to fill more than 600 open positions across Utah, including in Box Elder County.
The manager of The Cache Valley Fun Park said there’s been a boost in business since a recent Facebook post from the establishment, which outright asked for patrons to come since “we are in serious jeopardy” of closing.
When Conservice co-founder David Jenkins first heard about coronavirus cases hitting the U.S., he knew his company had to do something.
For the first time in 48 years, the annual Sidewalk Sale in Logan has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local mattress and bedding company Malouf last month announced plans to close its local warehouses.
In 1972, when Cache Valley couple Peggy Chanson and John Harder weren’t studying at Utah State University, they would frequent a sandwich shop called The Italian Place.
Malouf, the Nibley-based bedding company, has acquired Downeast, the regional clothing and furniture retail chain that has a presence in Cache Valley.
After 94 years in Logan an 44 years at the Cache Valley Mall, the local JCPenney store is closing its doors.
Logan is among the first Deseret Industries locations to reopen as coronavirus precautions are relaxed, and shoppers may be seeing longer lines at opening time.
At a time when information about COVID-19 cases is being closely guarded by government, businesses and individuals, Angie’s Restaurant owner Saboor Sahely is opting for openness.
With registration for this year’s Small Satellite Conference starting next week, the chief organizer promises the event that typically brings thousands of people from all over the world to Utah State University will be “virtually amazing.”
Regional promotional group Dairy West is launching a program to supply needy people in Utah and Idaho with food that would otherwise go to waste due to the coronavirus.
With state guidelines easing slightly, starting on Friday restaurants will be able to start opening their dining rooms to the public again. However, it may look a little different for each restaurant, and many people may still opt for takeout or delivery options.
The 2020 Cache Valley Cruise-In is continuing as scheduled — at least for now.
Unlike previous years, there were no long lines at Valley Recycling on Friday or the West Campus at Bridgerland Technical College.
After a two-week hiatus due to COVID-19 precautions and a health order from the Bear River Health Department, gyms in Cache, Rich and Box Elder counties have been given the OK to reopen.
What better way to celebrate Unicorn Day than with a unicorn, right?
Presto Products in Lewiston closed for a thorough disinfection on Monday after learning an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
“The entire tourism industry has been annihilated,” said Julie Hollist Terrill, the director of the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau. “Our hotels are empty. Our restaurants are struggling.”
Cache Valley’s first medical cannabis pharmacy did a “soft opening” on Wednesday in response to COVID-19.
As Cache Valley restaurants, churches and schools look to mitigate the effects of COVID-19, funeral homes are employing their own unique ways of handling the pandemic.
Editor’s note: This is part of an ongoing series of stories about women in Cache Valley.
Cache Valley’s largest private employer, Conservice, is in the process of transferring its entire 2,000-employee staff to home work stations as a coronavirus precaution measure.
In response to a state-mandated deadline for restaurants and bars to close their dining areas, many Cache Valley restaurants are binding together in the Cache Valley Local Restaurant Cooperative.
When it comes to bringing comfort to a chaotic situation, finding peace and quiet for abuse victims to share their stories, and providing access to multiple services in one location, the Children’s Justice Center and Victim Services have had their hands full to the point where a new facility…
While most people go to local restaurants for the food and atmosphere, Utah State University student Scott Kent goes to collect buckets of food waste to feed his earthworms.
VASA Fitness is coming to Logan.
A mother-daughter duo has teamed up to open The Coop, a food truck that serves home-made fried chicken in Cache Valley.
On the day dubbed “Galentine’s Day,” an unofficial holiday of “ladies celebrating ladies” on the day before Valentine’s, Top Defense and Fitness debuted its first Women’s Self-Defense class.
A local company that’s been manufacturing rugged field instruments for nearly three decades has started selling devices powered by household-brand operating systems Windows 10 and Android.
During an evening of elegance and feasting, the Cache Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrated another year by hosting its annual awards gala at the Riverwoods Conference Center on Friday.
A retired deputy sheriff from Washington County has opened YUP Fingerprinting in Logan, a new destination for those in need of fingerprinting services or passport photos.
Question: What’s up with that guy fixing iPhones on 4th North in a box truck?
After 44 years of providing coffee to Cache Valley and beyond, Caffe Ibis co-founder and owner Sally Sears announced in an interview she has sold the cafe and coffee roasting company. Finalized on Jan. 1, the business was purchased by longtime Caffe Ibis employee and current CFO Lesa Wilson.
A medical cannabis pharmacy is coming to Logan.
After nearly 20 years, local golf professional and Utah State University alumnus Tom B. Davidson has returned to Cache Valley to open Victory Golfworks — a business intended to help improve a player’s golf game and develop new players in Cache Valley.
For decades, the Edwards Furniture building has been one of the most visible properties on Logan’s Main Street. Now its new owner is planning to restore it to its former glory this coming spring, with a modern twist.
Even with a fresh layer of snow covering the roads, hundreds of people made their way to local fitness clubs and gyms with a new, resolute determination on Wednesday morning. Local trainers and gym owners prepared for the influx of patrons at the beginning of the new year by gathering some t…
The Logan City Marathon, formerly known as the Top of Utah Marathon, has been sold to the Logan Downtown Alliance.
Al’s Sporting Goods aims to grow its reach in the coming year.
During an eight-hour-long open house on Saturday evening, the new Good Times School of Rock kicked off its new instructional program, which has been in beta testing for over a year.
While people in Cache Valley saw rain this week, workers at Cherry Peak Resort and Beaver Mountain were excited to see a storm bringing in snow just in time for opening day.