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.

The Smithfield City Skatepark will be closed Monday, Aug. 19, through Friday, Aug. 23, to perform warranty work on the skatepark and to rejuvenate the grass areas surrounding the park.

After a nearly three-hour meeting and an executive session on Thursday evening, members of the Cache County Board of Adjustments voted to remand the matter of the conditional use permit for a private airstrip in Mendon to the Land Use Authority for more information.

After three ballot initiatives came before Utah voters in last year’s midterm election, state legislators passed various bills altering the ballot initiative process on both the state and local levels.

At their most recent meeting, members of the Cache County Council voted to create a new grant manager position.

The Providence City Council chambers were filled to capacity on Monday evening for a public hearing on the city’s proposed tax increase. People sat on the floor or stood around the edges, while others listened to the meeting from the hallway or via a video feed in another room.

Many candidates in the upcoming Nibley City Council election are concerned about preserving green space and maintaining the community’s “home-town feel.” However, one candidate also brought up the issue of supporting affordable housing in the community.

While the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has reported an increase bear-related incidents in the state, Northern Utah is having a fairly quiet year so far.

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.

A new bus has been added to the Cache Valley Transit District fleet, thanks to funding from the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality.

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