A resolution to adopt the Logan River Blue Trail master plan was passed unanimously by the Logan Municipal Council on Tuesday evening.
Preparations for Utah’s 2020 General Legislative Session, which starts on Monday, are coming together hastily, and Rep. Val Potter, R-North Logan, said he is busier than ever.
With Utah’s 2020 General Legislative Session just around the corner, Rep. Dan Johnson, R-Logan, has been meeting with residents to talk about his focus items and priorities.
With just over a week to go until the start of Utah’s 2020 General Legislative Session, Rep. Casey Snider, R-Paradise, addressed Cache County Council members on Tuesday evening about his legislative priorities.
The North Park Police Department announced on Tuesday that Ulysses Black will be the new chief of police.
Donning his standard three-piece suit, Rob Bishop exited the Natural Resource Committee room in the Longworth House Office Building in Washington D.C., and members of the congressman’s staff filed out behind him. They picked up the pace as they passed through corridors into the underground t…
While tubing in the canals of Cache Valley was once a summertime staple, closures eventually stopped the flow of people. Now, Logan River advocates and city officials are coming together to bring the popular pastime back.
Logan Mayor Holly Daines showcased many of the city’s successes of 2019 and outlined goals for the coming year in the state of the city address at the Logan Municipal Council meeting on Tuesday night.
City of Logan officials are trying to clear up confusion about recent changes to the utility billing system as hundreds of phone calls flood in.
Local volunteers rounded up signatures throughout the county Saturday to dispute Utah’s recently passed tax reform package.
Community members and local officials boarded the new Cache Valley Transit District “Loop” bus on Monday morning following a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Transit Center.
The Logan Parks and Recreation Department is hosting two public open houses to gather resident input for updating the Comprehensive Parks, Trails, Recreation, and Open Space Plan.
If you got a new firearm or bow for Christmas, the Cache Valley Public Shooting Range has a special deal for you.
In years past, The Emporium on Main Street has been known primarily for The Copper Mill Restaurant, eclectic little shops and a unique floor plan. Today, the Emporium is the subject of many heated conversations and sits at the center of many community members’ thoughts.
After talks to the contrary, Smithfield Police Department and North Park Police Department won’t coalesce anytime soon.
Three years after its creation, the Cache Water District is preparing to implement a master plan and on Monday evening, the board members extended the public comment period in order to collect more input from the community.
All Logan offices and the landfill will be closed on Christmas Eve. The Library and Community Recreation Center will close early at 2 p.m. Garbage and recycling will be collected on a regular schedule.
The Census Bureau is hiring 350 Cache County residents as temporary census takers, and for the first time applications will be accepted online.
Logan’s Historic Preservation Committee voted to deny the demolition of the Emporium and neighboring buildings in a 4-1 vote on Monday afternoon.
Three-term Logan Municipal Council Member Herm Olsen is wrapping up his final couple of weeks in public service as Mark Anderson takes his seat starting in January. Olsen will continue with his position as an attorney at his law firm, Hillyard, Anderson & Olsen, while he settles into his…
The ongoing plastic waste discussion was put into action on Tuesday night as the Logan Municipal Council passed a resolution and backup ordinance.
A piece of Logan’s history will be making an appearance in the city’s Christmas parade on Center Street.
Cache County Executive Craig Buttars was recently recognized by the Utah Association of Counties as their outstanding member of the year for 2019.
Plans to demolish the Emporium and neighboring properties on Logan’s Main Street are being put on hold because the city’s Historic Preservation Committee wants to see a more concrete project plan before giving the approval to remove the buildings.
Cache County's state legislative delegates are hosting a town hall on the impact of new laws on public education at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Historic Cache County Courthouse, 199 N. Main St., Logan.
North Logan Library patrons have the opportunity to reduce their fines this holiday season while helping out the local food pantry.
Nibley City Manager David Zook was presented with a Credentialed Manager designation from the Utah City/County Management Association on Thursday. Zook is one of around 1,300 people in the world to be awarded the credential, and one of 17 in the state of Utah.
For what appears to be the first time in Cache County history, the majority of members on two municipal councils in the county will be female.
In an effort to develop better public outreach materials related to air quality, the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality is partnering with the University of Montana to seek input from Cache Valley residents.
Logan Municipal Council Member Amy Anderson was recently appointed to the Utah Commission on Aging by Gov. Gary Herbert.
Community leaders, state lawmakers, local officials and business owners gathered at the Cache Events Center on Thursday to discuss how to foster growth in the county while preserving elements of the area’s rural nature and small-town feel.
Utah Rep. Handy talks new legislation on gun violence
Across Cache County, local councils see election shakeups
Local business owner Mark Anderson will be joining the Logan Municipal Council come January of next year.
Logan downtown business and property owners met with city officials and developers at city hall on Thursday afternoon to discuss their thoughts on the evolving plans for Center Block redevelopment.
Election Day isn’t for another week and a half, but mail-in ballots have already been sent and early voting is underway throughout the county.
After nearly half a year of discussion, Hyde Park officials voted Wednesday to create a city administrator position — although many community members requested they wait until January before moving forward with the ordinance.
Rocky slopes, jumps and pump tracks are just a few of the features of the new Bridger Bike Park, which gathered crowd of biking enthusiasts, young aspiring BMX racers and casual mountain bikers on Wednesday evening after the grand opening.
In an effort to protect park water lines as overnight temperatures become cooler, the Logan parks division started shutting off all park drinking fountains and closing park restrooms for the winter season beginning Wednesday.
Logan Municipal Council members voted during their meeting on Tuesday to create a subcommittee to explore the idea of using voting districts in future council elections.
The owners of the undeveloped Wesley Nelson Farms property, located in southern Logan along U.S. Highway 89/91, officially requested to be disconnected from the city during Tuesday’s council meeting.
Hyrum and River Heights city council candidates made their pitches to voters in written Q&A sessions with the Herald Journal. To view their responses, click on the attached page layouts from the Herald Journal print edition.
The town hall scheduled by the Cache County state delegation for Wednesday evening has been canceled. The next interim town hall will be on Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. on education at the Historic Cache County Courthouse.
A recently completed wastewater screening facility in Wellsville is part of an effort to extend the life of the city’s sewer lagoons.
Logan Municipal Council Member Jess Bradfield wants to switch voting in future city elections from at-large to by-district. However, the mayor and other members of the council aren’t sure right before an upcoming election is the best time to have the discussion.
The United Utah Party will conduct its Cache County party convention at the Whittier Center this Saturday.
Work on Firefly Park continues with pollinator project
All of the Logan City Environmental Department’s green waste products are on sale. All wood chips and ground mixed compost base are free. Compost is 50% off. Sale will last until product is gone.
Logan’s new BMX and mountain bike park is opening in mid-October, a week later than earlier annoucned.
Nibley and North Logan City Council candidates made their pitches to voters in Q&A questionnaires with the Herald Journal. To view their responses, click on the attached page layout from the Herald Journal print edition.
Logan’s new BMX and mountain bike park is opening next week.
Candidates for Logan’s upcoming municipal election discussed how council members can balance responsibility to their constituents with being conscious of how their decisions impact the entire county at a meet-the-candidate event on Monday evening.
Logan and Smithfield city council candidates made their pitches to voters in written Q&A sessions with the Herald Journal. To view their responses, click on the attached page layouts from the Herald Journal print edition.
A plaza with a stage, an ice skating rink, a new parking structure and an apartment building may be coming to downtown Logan, if a proposal for the city’s Center Block project is approved.