Nerves ran high at the third annual Herald Journal Unified Spelling Bee as the top five spellers from five different schools competed for first place Monday evening.
A Mount Logan Middle School student won second place in this year’s Northern Utah Chapter MATHCOUNTS competition, advancing to the state competition next month.
Utah State University is hosting Creativity Unbound, an art exhibition showcasing artwork from students in grades K-8.
With stories, complaints and suggestions about behavior problems in schools pouring in from around the state, local legislators are trying to figure out how to clarify protocol and offer teachers more support.
For the fifth year in a row, high school students from all over Utah are making a statement on air quality through art.
A large economic expansion in the United States over the past several years has many asking the question: Is the party about to end?
With mountains at every vantage point and national forests providing day hikes and multi-day treks, the possibilities for adventure in Cache Valley seem limitless — that is until that hot spot turns into a blister, food runs low or a bathroom can’t be found.
The Department of Justice, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Utah and Utah State University announced a settlement agreement on Wednesday.
One of Utah State University’s oldest and most popular traditions is now accessible to more people than ever.
Utah State University has launched a new online program to help registered nurses get their bachelor’s in nursing.
Protests over controversial speakers at university campuses have captured national attention and prompted discussion over “cancel culture” — but one such disagreement this week at Utah State University happened so quietly that few locals noticed.
Utah State University has partnered with the University of Colorado Boulder, Western Colorado University, and the Outdoor Industry Association to create the Outdoor Industry Business Certificate program, a set of continuing education certificates that will be unveiled later this year.
Students from both Cache County and Logan School Districts received an unexpectedly long weekend yesterday — both districts cancelled some classes while opting for a late start on others due to the snowstorm that began making its way through Cache Valley on Sunday night.
Schools in Cache County will have a two-hour delay in their Monday morning start times due to snowy weather.
Utah State University’s undergraduate elementary teacher preparation program was just named one of the best in the country for its commitment to evidence-based reading instruction.
When Tyler Coleman moved from his family’s home in Arizona to Michigan, he learned how much he valued public lands.
It was Emily Hill’s ninth year teaching kindergarten when she decided to resign from Cache County School District in late October 2019.
A varied selection of artwork created by Latinx artists is currently on display at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University.
InTech Collegiate High School is now enrolling students in grades 7-11 for the 2020-21 school year.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis delivered a convocation at Utah State University on Tuesday, speaking on the need for global leadership and healing domestic divides.
Logan High School will host its Incoming Freshman Student and Parent Night at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Utah State University students rang in the new decade with the first big dance of the year, a masquerade ball with a roaring 1920s theme.
For the past year and a half, a USU professor has been sitting down with teenagers to address and treat a compulsive hair-pulling disorder. At first glance, this research study is not so different from others — and it isn’t, except for the fact that it is all done through telecommunications.
Young robot designers from the Cache Valley area gathered in Logan recently to test their technical skills — as well as their leadership skills.
A donation from a local car dealership will give students, especially those with disabilities, a new way to get around during P.E. and recess.
Editor's Note: A photo originally appearing with this article pictured Green Canyon High School student Josh Godfrey and identified him as one of the students lined up to sign a petition protesting the recent U.S. military action against Iran. Godfrey contacted The Herald Journal to say he w…
Thirty students from Brazil visited both Sunrise Elementary School and North Cache Middle School this week, and Brazilian and American students alike have developed friendships as well as language skills.
James Mattis, former U.S. secretary of defense and retired four-star Marine Corps general, will speak at a Utah State University convocation on Jan. 21.
The USU Museum of Anthropology is kicking off the new year by showcasing a traveling exhibit in the monthly Family First Saturday event on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For the past seven weeks, around two dozen community and student actors have been secretly preparing for a one-night showing of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Along with the community, each of the actors have been kept in the dark as to who makes up the rest of the cast. However,…
The Ridgeline High School Executive Council set a lofty goal of raising $10,000 for the families of fellow students this holiday season, but it exceeded that goal by more than half.
Early Thursday morning, in the middle of Christmas break, a couple of students met at Green Canyon High School to organize clothes, books and toys to help people start businesses abroad.
Christmas came early for the Stokes Nature Center when, on Friday, the center became an insulated building, allowing operation to extend into colder and hotter weather.
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Governor Gary Herbert announced his intent to dedicate $10.2 million in his upcoming budget toward K-12 computer science education on Dec. 9.
Seventh and eighth grade students at Thomas Edison Charter School set up elaborate displays and donned colorful costumes on Thursday for this year’s History Fair.
A Sky View teacher has received an Honorary American FFA degree just a month shy of his retirement.
Members of the Utah State University Extension 4-H youths program recently attended the National 4-H STEM Summit in Washington D.C., where they participated in hands-on science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities and taught workshops for other youths from across the country.
Utah State University’s Speech and Debate Team achieved a significant victory in the season’s largest such competition in the Northwest region, earning an overall placement of second.
Comet and Cupid were the main attraction at the third annual Reindeer Express, hosted by the USU School of Veterinary Medicine on Friday evening at the USU Animal Science Farm.
Two brothers from Utah State University want to enhance the fan experience for their fellow Aggies. And they plan to do it through IOT technology — the internet of things.
A single press of a button prepares an entire aircraft for an emergency landing at the nearest airport without any further human assistance required.
Gifts, wrapping paper and holiday music filled the classroom in Huntsman Hall at USU, where over 50 students gathered Tuesday evening for the Gift Wrapping Social for the Sub for Santa service project.
The first day of the annual Festival of Trees at USU required creativity and teamwork as the second floor lounge area of the Taggart Student Center was filled with clubs, organizations and groups of friends all working to create uniquely decorated Christmas trees on Monday evening.
People looking for a weekly glimpse into the outdoors industry have a new resource, thanks to a new podcast from Utah State University.
Michael Bingham is giving a tour of his studio, Jump the Moon, in a curly wig, flannel shirt, and an unusually soft tone of voice. It’s Oct. 30, and although it’s not quite Halloween, Bingham has just returned from teaching a beginner’s painting class at Utah State University dressed as the …
There was only standing room left as Cache County’s state legislative delegates kicked off the education town hall meeting on Wednesday evening.
A duo of Utah State University graduate students claimed first place for their design of an “microlearning” app in an nationwide contest for NATO.
Over 1,500 students crammed into the auditorium at Logan High School at the end of the school day on Monday, each of them trying to get one last look at Principal Ken Auld’s head of hair.
Cache County high schools used brightly colored capes, spaceships and the memory of heroes to sweep the competition at the Utah Red Rocks State Marching Band Championships on Friday.
Complete with uniformed veterans, smartly dressed students and a full 21-gun salute, Sky View High School's award-winning Veterans Day assembly on Monday morning brought spectators to their feet in respect.
The Green Canyon High School marching band will compete in its third state championship competition on Friday after an undefeated season.
Marchers circle campus for USU Day of the Dead procession
Utah State University is inviting the public to Women in Research Night, 6-8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4, in the Taggart Student Center Evan N. Stevenson Ballroom. The event is free and open to all students, faculty and community members.