Talks of combining the North Park and Smithfield police agencies have resurfaced this week with a tone that not only makes it feel plausible but also desirable to police officers and the public they are sworn to protect.
Cache County is significantly updating its emergency medical services interlocal agreement with Logan for the first time since it was established.
The library will feature the art of Julie Margueritte Taquin, as part of the Cache Arts Gallery Walk from 6-9 p.m. Friday, July 12.
The Logan Community Recreation Center is hosting a free heart health seminar later this month. Doug Carling from Intermountain Health Care will be the presenter.
Registration for Logan Jr. Tackle Football has been extended. Participants can register online through Saturday, July 13.
A new bus has been added to the Cache Valley Transit District fleet, thanks to funding from the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality.
Residents in Cache Valley have a simpler way to handling their Social Security business without having to drive to Ogden office.
As Cache County’s population grows, so do the administrative responsibilities required to run it. To address these challenges, County Council members are discussing creating a new administrative position on the county’s staff.
All Logan city offices, including the landfill, library and community recreation center will be closed on Thursday in observance of Independence Day. On Wednesday, the library and recreation center will close a 5 p.m.
The Cache County Council of Governments held its first meeting of the year this week to begin the process of allocating funds raised by the countywide sales tax for local transportation projects.
Volunteers are needed to help lay sod at Merlin Olsen Central Park on Saturday.
On Monday, the Logan Community Recreation Center will make the following fee increases:
The Utah State Tax Reform Task Force began their listening tour this week with a stop in Northern Utah. The purpose of these meetings is to gather input as lawmakers decide the best way to amend what they are calling an outdated state tax structure.
Pocatello Regional Transit has two new small buses providing mid-day transportation service from Logan to Preston.
Representatives from Cache Valley nonprofits gathered at the Logan Library on Monday afternoon for a discussion about how service and volunteerism can be used to better meet needs in the valley.
The Cache Humane Society will once again provide feline impound services for the City of Logan, albeit in a more limited fashion, thanks to a grant from two family foundations.
A series of statewide town hall meetings hosted by members of the Utah State Legislature will begin next week with a stop in Northern Utah.
Logan Municipal Council members voted Tuesday evening to meet with members of the Nibley City Council before approving a plan to officially begin adjusting the boundary between the two cities.
Providence City Council members voted last week to pursue the necessary legal action to begin the process of reopening the stretch of 100 South that lies between 200 West and Main Street.
Various efforts to prevent wildfires and minimize their damage, from policy measures to actions private property owners can take, will be discussed during a town hall meeting on Wednesday evening.
LOGAN, Utah — Updates to Cache Valley’s transit system may include an app to provide riders real-time information on bus locations and the first bi-directional route in the valley.
LOGAN, Utah — Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox encouraged audience members to focus on individual-level solutions and building a sense of community while speaking at the Resilience through Caring Connections conference on Wednesday afternoon.
North Logan will host its first Touch-A-Truck event, where children will have the opportunity to get up close with the different vehicles used by various city departments from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday at Elk Ridge Park.
The Logan Library will be open late on Friday night for a family game night.
After many months of deliberation, the North Logan City Council voted to move forward with implementing new tiered water rates on Wednesday evening.
It’s often joked that there are two seasons in Cache Valley — winter and construction. Since it stopped snowing a little over a month ago, it’s time for the second season to begin.
Power utility employees from around the state will gather in Logan on Thursday for the 2019 Intermountain Power Superintendents Association Lineman Rodeo.
The 18th annual Bear River Celebration and Free Fishing Day is this week.
The Four County Alliance of Southeast Idaho is now minus one after Franklin’s decision to withdraw.
The Monte Cristo Highway will open to all traffic for the spring and summer season at midnight on Friday, June 7 — two weeks later than usual after a winter with extremely deep snowfall, according to the Utah Department of Transportation.
The Cache Valley Chamber of Commerce has sold its historic building after the Cache County Council approved the conveyance of property.
The Cache County Council voted to adopt modifications to the distribution of the transportation sales tax the council enacted last year.
Hyde Park City officials were put on notice Wednesday that a federal lawsuit will likely be filed within the next 60 days seeking civil remedies for two men who say they were forced out of their jobs after their supervisor pointed a gun at them on the job.
Routine Logan City Cemetery maintenance will begin on Monday.
It was standing-room only in the Hyde Park City Council chambers Wednesday evening during the city’s nominating convention for the upcoming municipal election.
As June approaches, Nibley is gearing up for its weeklong annual Heritage Days festival.
The Cache County Nominating Commission selected three nominees to be considered for a judicial vacancy in the Hyde Park and North Logan Justice Court. The position will replace Judge David Marx who retired effective May 1.
On Wednesday evening, Hyde Park officials will hold a nominating convention for this year’s municipal election.
In observance of Memorial Day, all Logan city offices, including the library, landfill and community recreation center, will be closed on Monday.
LOGAN, Utah — A proposal for a countywide plastic reduction program has been put forth by the Cache County Solid Waste Advisory Board. According to board members, the next step is gathering feedback from local business owners.
Plans for a new downtown housing project will be moving forward following a unanimous vote by members of the Logan Municipal Council to rezone the area necessary to accommodate the high-density housing project featuring town homes and an apartment complex.
Cache County residents can receive a free “well check” on their irrigation system this summer, thanks to a partnership between the Cache Water Conservancy District and Utah State University Extension.
In an effort to clean up discarded tires throughout Cache County, members of the Logan Solid Waste Advisory board decided to host a tire amnesty event later this month.
To help residents properly dispose of tires, the Logan City Environmental Department is hosting a tire amnesty event for all Cache County residents.
As conversations surrounding statewide tax reform continue, members of the Cache delegation and Utah legislative staff met with county residents on Wednesday night to answer questions and provide more information about the potential changes.
The North Logan City Council gathered from the public about implementing new tiered water rates during its meeting Wednesday evening.
The Logan City Environmental Department is offering one free yard of wood chips to any customer who pays for a curbside green waste container.
The North Logan City Council appointed a new council member during its Wednesday meeting, filling a midterm vacancy left by newly appointed Mayor Damon Cann.
Discussions for Logan’s fiscal year 2020 budget began Tuesday evening with department heads making budget presentations to Municipal Council members.
LOGAN, Utah — It’s been more than two years since conversations began about rezoning property east of Main Street and south of Garff Wayside Gardens for a new downtown housing project.
The Bear Lake Valley Chamber of Commerce has continued to grow over the last three and a half years, according to a report by the chamber’s director, Laurianne Wakefield, at Thursday night’s Garden City Council meeting. Commerce was a pivotal topic as the council approved three new business …
The Cache County Judicial Nominating Commission will be meeting to consider applicants for a vacancy in the Logan, North Logan and Hyde Park justice courts after the recent retirement of Judge David Marx.
Trapping nuisance deer in residential neighborhoods and relocating them to more wildlife friendly areas is no longer an option promoted by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.
Due to increasing pressures in the recycling industry, Logan’s recycling program will no longer accept plastics labeled with Nos. 3-7, officials announced Friday.
Cache Valley drivers who’ve been ignoring a check engine light or certain other car trouble may qualify for some help from a local problem.