As hard as it is to believe summer is coming to an end, the store aisles lined with school supplies testify of the ever approaching first day of school, and a local nonprofit is asking for school supply donations to help Cache Valley refugee and immigrant families.

As part of its summer reading program, the North Logan City Library presented an entertaining and educational space-themed puppet show by the Rocky Mountain Puppets.

A visiting exhibit at Utah State University highlights the work of a 20th-century political cartoonist and women’s rights advocate.

Staff at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art are working on new events and activities as a way to encourage the public to visit the recently-remodeled space on the Utah State University campus.

A girl riding her mountain bike on the Cache Valley terrain with local landmarks in the background is the artistic piece that will be seen driving around the valley this year as the winner of the Art in Transit competition to design a bus wrap.

LOGAN, Utah — Concerns about a recent decision affecting the Logan High School lacrosse program prompted a group of parents and players to petition the Logan City School District to reinstate the lacrosse head coach at the Board of Education meeting Tuesday evening.

In an effort to provide community members with more resources to address trauma, the Resilience through Caring Connections coalition is hosting a conference at Utah State University next week.

A free camp this summer aims to provide LGBTQ+ youth a safe place to connect with their peers and participate in activities relating to science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM.

Long before Norm and Zina Dayley visited a Russian “baby hospital” looking for a little girl to add to their family, Henry David Thoreau reportedly said “it’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.”

With the departure of Educational Services and Technical Services Director David Long, the Logan City School District has announced several administrative changes for the 2019-2020 school year.

Walking into Mountain Crest High School in Hyrum, the phrase “kind matters” is written on the sidewalk in the school’s navy blue and orange colors. Irene Midgley, a graduating senior at the school, saw the words each day but added her own motto, “No matter how hard life gets, keep pushing,” …

Utah State University's Intermountain Herbarium will once again host the annual Richard J. Shaw Memorial Wildflower Walk at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 4, and all wildflower enthusiasts are invited to attend. The walk is in the hills of North Logan's Green Canyon and is free of charge. 

Cache County School District announced the retirement of three principals from Ridgeline High School, North Cache Middle School and Greenville Elementary School, effective at the end of the school year.

It wasn’t long ago that Franklin County High School student Gage Talbot found himself before a local judge after skipping days of classes when he attended Preston High School.

The candidates for USU Police chief have been narrowed down to two this week, vying for the position that opened after the former chief and director of public safety, Michael Kuehn, accepted a position at Brigham Young University-Hawaii in April.

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