Cache Humane Society, a local nonprofit once contracted by Logan to impound stray animals, now says the city isn't fulfilling its responsibilities.
After a new state law forced it to allow accessory dwelling units in at least some parts of Logan, the Municipal Council has unanimously voted to allow them everywhere but a limited area around USU.
Say that a 6.5-magnitude earthquake just hit Cache Valley. Power lines are down, cell service is disconnected and major roadways are blocked off and flooded. What should you do?
The Bear River Health Department has issued a public health order that would enable a “classroom test-to-stay program” in elementary schools across the Bear River region.
After a new state law limited ways cities can restrict extra apartments on homes, the Logan Municipal Council needs to allow them in the city — the question now is just where.
Now that the primaries for the Logan mayoral race have ended, the race for the general election is in full swing.
Logan Municipal Council candidates Keegan Garrity, Ernesto Lopez and Amy Z. Anderson are running for two seats available this election year — all on different platforms.
The Utah State University Police Department received its accreditation from the Utah Chiefs of Police Association on Wednesday.
The Logan Municipal Council revealed plans for the city’s new library design at its meeting Tuesday.
The city announced a new donation for Logan’s Center Block Plaza project on Tuesday.
Homelessness continues to rise in Cache Valley as housing becomes difficult to find and more people are entering the assistance system with nowhere else to go.
Another 10 years has passed, meaning it is time to redraw district boundaries — and this time around there’s a way for residents to get involved.
Due to recent rainfall associated with the monsoon weather pattern and the subsequent reduction in the risk of wildfire, Stage I fire restrictions were rescinded on the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest effective Thursday, Sept. 2.
Cache County is working on its first update to its General Plan after 22 years.
Gov. Spencer Cox toured the Cache Valley refugee center on Monday with the intent of understanding the goals and plans of Cache Valley in preparation for the influx of Afghan refugees expected to settle in Utah.
Hyrum has plans to build a skate and bike park and asked for community input.
Mayor Holly Daines announced Tuesday that Logan received a $250,000 challenge grant for Center Block Plaza from the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, to go toward the project’s $2 million goal.
A plan to build 131 homes in Sardine Canyon has drawn considerable comment from current Wellsville residents, although so far the development seems to comply with zoning and subdivision regulations.
The unofficial results for the mayor primary election have incumbent Mayor Holley Daines and businessman Dee Jones advancing to the general election.
Cache County Chief Civil Deputy John Luthy has been selected as the new Cache County attorney.
A COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Logan cosponsored by a Hyrum meatpacking plant is offering free ground beef to everyone who gets the shot.
Logan was given a $1 million donation from The Jim and Carol Laub Family Foundation and Cache Valley Electric Co. to help fund Center Block Plaza.
Motorists should expect delays in Logan Canyon as permittees move their cattle from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily Aug 9-11.
In response to ongoing extreme drought conditions, North Logan has implemented additional water conservation measures.
Logan’s street maintenance department will be finishing up the chip and seal process this week.
While several cities and towns in Cache County are seeking to raise their tax revenues, many are saying the increases are from holding tax rates while local populations and property values grow.
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.