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.

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.

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.

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.

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 …

A duo of Utah State University graduate students claimed first place for their design of an “microlearning” app in an nationwide contest for NATO.

The Green Canyon High School marching band will compete in its third state championship competition on Friday after an undefeated season.

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.

Logan is not the usual setting for the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which normally presides in Denver, but on Tuesday morning the Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall at Utah State University was filled with spectators as three circuit court judges heard oral arguments for four different cases.

Standing in front of members of her swim club, coaches and teams from around the state, Nikki Walsh was trying wrack her brain for some form of an acceptance speech as one of her former swimmers presented her the Senior Coach of the Year Award for the State of Utah for 2019.

Artoberfest is making its fifth appearance at Utah State University bringing art showcases, vendors, and a lineup of student performances from 4-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10.

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