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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

This week, the Cache County state legislative delegation will host a town hall meeting on state and local transportation projects and issues.

City officials are reminding residents that the Bridger Bike Park, 1181 N. 400 West, Logan, is not open to public use until construction is completed.

The Friends of the Logan Library fall book sale is coming up next week. The sale will be from Friday to Monday.

In the wake of reports of hospitalizations and deaths across the nation related to e-cigarette use, officials at the Bear River Health Department are encouraging community members to quit using these products.

Although apps providing information on Cache Valley Transit District bus schedules and locations have been previously available, the district has partnered with a third-party developer for this process for the first time.

Logan officials are asking residents to be aware that all city offices, including the landfill, library and Logan Community Recreation Center, will be closed on Monday, Sept. 2, in observance of Labor Day.

Lawmakers provided information about the current status of Medicaid expansion and the legalization of medical marijuana in the state during a town hall meeting at the Historic Cache County Courthouse on Thursday evening.

On a visit to Logan this week, Sen. Mitt Romney spoke about the importance of bipartisan solutions when it comes to addressing heated issues like immigration and health care reform as well as gun violence.

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