Utah State University has appointed the state’s commissioner of technical education to a new position that will help provide oversight to the university’s regional campus system.

Just days before her voluntary resignation, Utah State University’s former Title IX coordinator signed a severance agreement with the school stating she’d get about half a year’s pay and benefits.

Students in Cache Valley are learning how to code one app at a time, thanks to App Camp at Utah State University. The weeklong program, which concluded on Friday, invites middle school students to learn how to write up to 11 apps using a program called App Inventor.

Seventeen Cache Valley elementary school students studying Portuguese got to put their skills to the ultimate test last week during a visit to Jaú, Brazil.

Three Fast Forward High School students will get to see their artwork driving around the city for the next year, their reward for winning the Design a Bus Wrap competition. The design by Fast Forward students Frederick Ball, Cameron Barry and Shawn Greene was displayed for the first time at …

Last fall, Utah State University student Matthew Havertz was studying hard and feeling the stress. But he got a chance to relieve that stress in a special way: with some bragging rights.

Just as naturalist Jack Greene began to teach the lesson he’d prepared for the sixth-grade students gathered at the trailhead of the Limber Pine Nature Trail, their conversation was interrupted by a tiny visitor.

A Utah State University professor and his students used drones and a virtual reality program to develop a new resort concept for Powder Mountain, a popular skiing destination that straddles Cache and Weber counties.

George Wanlass’s family tree is an impressive one, connecting him to some historical Cache Valley figures and arts benefactors whose names can be seen on the buildings of today’s Utah State University campus.

Employees of Cache Valley schools will get a cost of living adjustment and an additional one-time salary increase next year, thanks in part to local districts’ share of an additional $292 million in state education funding.

School is out in Cache Valley, and there’s no shortage of events for families celebrating the summer. From summer reading programs to community events like the Summerfest Arts Faire, locals are invited to get involved and join in the fun.

Utah State University has decided to break up the roles of a senior Title IX official who quietly resigned last month, as well as hire a new employee who will spearhead student engagement programs to help prevent sexual misconduct on campus.

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Botanist Michael Piep has been going on wildflower walks for a long time, first as an undergraduate learning from Richard Shaw, and now as a botanist himself leading walks in Shaw’s memory.

More than 200 high school students from all over the country are spending the week at Utah State University for a summer camp called Engineering State, where they’ll get a taste of the life of an engineering student. They’ll also explore a question that’s surprisingly difficult for the avera…

Utah State University has no plans in the works to become tobacco-free despite the enforcement of such a policy by a growing number of schools, including more recently the University of Utah.

Spin, the California-based company known for the orange rental bikes recently introduced to Logan, has abruptly concluded a pilot program for electric scooter sharing it was conducting at Utah State University.

Cinderella’s evil stepmother was a completely new role for Logan High School senior Klara Ricks, but that didn’t stop her from giving an award-winning performance.

With face painting, carnival games and animals visiting from Willow Park Zoo, the Preschool Summer Fair on Thursday attracted preschoolers and parents alike. Hundreds of local families turned out and enjoyed food, music and activities provided by community donations and volunteers.

The father of a Mountain Crest High School cheerleader has filed a lawsuit against the cheer adviser and school administrators after the student was cut from the squad for posting a video of her and friends singing lyrics including profanity.

Food scraps, green waste, cardboard — all of these things could be used Tuesday by members of the Cache Valley community in an effort to make their own “lasagna gardens.”

Editor’s note: Every year, The Herald Journal profiles one graduating student from each valley high school. Profiled students are selected by administrators at the schools.

The Board of Regents appointed Noelle Cockett Utah State University president, but even after she steps down, she could have a new title thanks to the board.

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