Mayor Holly Daines asked the Logan Municipal Council to appropriate $50,000 for CAPSA to support its homeless program on Tuesday.
The Cache County Republican Party has cancelled a special election for the recently vacated Cache County attorney position due to a lack of applicants.
A project to build a first-of-its-kind nuclear reactor in Eastern Idaho has been significantly downsized.
The Smithfield City Council voted to approve a drought resiliency plan from J-U-B Engineers on Wednesday.
The deadline for applications for a justice court judge position in Wellsville has been extended. The position will replace Judge Terry Moore, who resigned his position on May 15, 2021.
Local prosecutor Tony Baird was appointed as the interim county attorney after a unanimous vote from Cache County Council on Tuesday.
COVID-19 transmission rates in Cache Valley have been slowly increasing, putting the area at a moderate level.
Those sweating utility bills as a result of the scorching summer temperatures may qualify for assistance through HEAT — the Home Energy Assistance Target program from the Utah Department of Workforce Services.
The City of Logan is asking residents to be aware that its offices will be closed on Monday, July 5, in observance of Independence Day.
Fishing limits for Wellsville Reservoir, Skylar’s Pond and Garden City Pond were increased Thursday, along with 54 other community fishing ponds in Utah.
Cache County Attorney James Swink is stepping away from his elected position to pursue an opportunity with prosecutors in Weber County.
Officials cut the ribbon for the new Cache County Children’s Justice Center on Tuesday.
Hyde Park is asking residents to cut their outside water usage in half, or the city’s tanks could be empty by Saturday.
The Hyrum Star Spangled Rodeo is back after at 2020 cancellation due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The grand opening for a new bike track near Elk Ridge Park in North Logan will be on Wednesday.
Cities in Cache Valley are being cautious with water use during Utah’s declared drought.
Two items were passed at Tuesday’s Logan Municipal Council meeting to prepare for the city’s addition of Costco.
Sheriffs from each of Utah’s 29 counties have released a joint statement reiterating support for individuals’ rights to bear arms.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has temporarily banned campfires and target shooting with a firearm in its wildlife management areas to help prevent wildfires during extreme drought conditions.
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All City of Logan offices, the Logan Library, Landfill and Transfer Station, and Community Recreation Center will be closed on Monday in observance of Memorial Day.
The Bear River Health Department is offering community grants for project proposals that address youth use of electronic cigarettes and other drugs.
The Cache County Council moved to give initial approval to a $3.2 million contract for an animal impound facility on Tuesday.
Inmates in a select group at the Cache County Jail are spending their free time crafting beanies to be donated to charitable services in the area.
The Logan Municipal Council voted on Tuesday to table the resolution of building a new fire station until more information and data can be provided.
Several local business owners and citizens are opposing a plan for a new fire station that would replace a parking lot in downtown Logan.
The Cache Democrats are preparing to face a challenging political climate with new leaders elected early this month.
Logan officials announced a new 47-acre conservation easement along the Logan River on Friday, with hopes of ensuring public access, allowing an extension of the city trail system and aiding river restoration efforts.
The Cache County area is officially in attainment of Clean Air Act standards for PM2.5 pollution, the EPA announced Wednesday.
The Cache County human resources department is conducting an investigation into the exodus of five permanent female workers from the county clerk’s office since the beginning of 2021.
It’s a good bet some local land developers’ eyes widened when they saw a legal notice in The Herald Journal for a public bid sale on a 22-lot subdivision along Logan’s east bench.
The Bear River Health Department is doing away with its appointment system for administering COVID-19 vaccines and next week will start giving shots to anyone who shows up.
A proposed RV park that could put 500 dwelling units on 110 acres in Garden City has some residents nervous it could alter the direction of the Bear Lake town’s development.
Mantua Mayor Michael Johnson resigned his position on Monday, according to a statement released on the town’s Facebook page.
Damage to trees and headstones in the Logan Cemetery due to recent windstorms have some residents worrying about how the site will be repaired.
Cache County Sheriff Chad Jensen issued a press release on Friday taking a position against “several proposed measures of gun control and plans to sign executive orders” discussed last week by U.S. President Joe Biden.
The City of Logan has announced that park restrooms will be opened beginning April 15.
Jess Bradfield’s arrival as the new Cache County clerk and auditor last fall has led to the resignations of four out of six longtime female employees in the clerk’s office, including one who gained a $97,000 out-of-court separation settlement, The Herald Journal has learned.
Hyde Park Mayor Sharidean Flint died on Tuesday, according to the city. Flint, 62, had a “short battle with aggressive brain cancer,” a city news release states.
A popular campground up Logan Canyon is getting a complete makeover thanks to new federal funds, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest officials have announced.
The Mantua Police Department is without a police chief after being awarded small-town Police Chief of the Year by the Utah Chiefs of Police Association.
After a nationwide search, Nibley native Justin Maughan has been officially selected as the new city manager.
As municipalities in Cache County face upcoming all-mail elections, some are exploring ranked-choice voting as a way to cut costs.
The Cache County Council looks poised to pass an ordinance that would open the door to wineries in unincorporated Cache County — after a little more time to hammer out the details.
Logan curbside green waste collection will begin weekly collection on Monday.
Though several Cache County Council members have opposed allowing wineries in unincorporated areas, some locals argue such businesses have been around longer than statehood in many areas of Utah.
COVID-19 vaccinations through the Logan City Fire Department are no longer exclusively for Logan residents, thanks to a partnership with the Bear River Health Department.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — As persistent drought and climate change threaten the Colorado River, several states that rely on the water acknowledge they likely won’t get what they were promised a century ago.
Following last year’s cancellation, Logan will put on a firework show for Independence Day, not at Utah State University, but at Willow Park for the first time in at least 20 years.
Improvements to State Route 30 originally meant to start construction this spring have been delayed once more, but the Utah Department of Transportation has used the time to potentially address issues with State Route 23, as well.
To accompany its new mechanical water treatment facility, Logan has designed an environmentally friendly plan to compost the biosolids, but residents say the planned site is too near “the gateway to Benson.”
Gov. Spencer Cox announced Cache County is moving to “Moderate” in the Utah’s COVID-19 transmission index on Thursday.
The Logan Community Recreation Center has reopened all of its gyms and locker rooms as coronavirus transmission rates have eased up.
After years of planning and discussion, the Logan Municipal Council — acting as the Logan Redevelopment Agency — voted to appropriate funding to move the Center Block Plaza along on Tuesday.
Cache County Council’s decision whether to allow wineries has been delayed once again with growing concerns of cultural shift, but little evidence has been found of negative consequences in other counties.