As members of the Sky View 1969 graduating class gather for their 50th reunion this weekend, one woman wants to share her gratitude with her classmates
A year after her book “Educated” hit the stands, the woman whose entry into the world was so obscure she didn’t even have a birth certificate has been named as one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most influential People this year.
A river bank isn’t where an art gallery would usually be located, but members of the Cache Valley Morning Rotary Club decided it would be the perfect place to display artwork inspired by the valley’s wetlands.
Life on Noah’s Ark was a zoo, according to the characters brought to life by a Minnesota-based interfaith music and drama troupe in an original musical performed in Logan.
Families, friends and community members gathered at Willow Park on Thursday evening to celebrate World Refugee Day.
The American Mothers of Utah’s summer luncheon will be held at the Maddox Lodge in Perry on Wednesday, June 26.
About 1,200 cyclists from throughout Utah and Idaho will ride together on June 22 and June 23, seeking to raise $1.2 million to help people afflicted with multiple sclerosis.
BOISE — Giving away the original 6-ton replica Russet Burbank that once toured the nation on its Great Big Idaho Potato Truck is paying major dividends for the Idaho Potato Commission, according to Frank Muir, president and CEO of the organization.
FRANKLIN COUNTY — More than 450 Cub Scouts and Webelos attended a Day Camp at Hull Valley last week — possibly for the last time.
On Saturday at midnight, Jason and Julie Best, owners of Air-Bound Gymnastics in Logan, will embark on an 80-mile paddleboard journey across open ocean, something for which they aren’t entirely prepared. But facing challenges for the sake of their daughter, Jadaci, is nothing new to them.
North Logan’s RaChelle Hubsmith’s bright purple Chai Ube Rosette Rolls caught the attention of judges and the public, earning her the title of 2019 National Festival of Breads Baking Competition champion in the Home Baker Division during the festival last weekend in Manhattan, Kansas.
Father’s Day is approaching, and with that comes three days of art, music and food in downtown Logan at the Tabernacle Block.
A 2008 Mountain Crest High School graduate is training in a program that turns officers into U.S. naval aviators.
Individuals from all walks of life gathered as families and friends to share a meal on Thursday evening.
All products at the Logan City green waste facility are buy one yard get one year free on Fridays throughout June.
Common Ground Outdoor Adventures is hosting a garage sale fundraiser at its offices in Logan on Saturday morning.
Faith leaders and community members gathered at the Cache Valley Youth Center on Monday afternoon to celebrate the completion of the facility’s interfaith youth chapel.
With an aerial silk performance, singing and dancing, 12 acts from the south end of the valley competed Saturday at the Mountain Crest High School Auditorium.
Editor's note: Long-time Cache County Extension agent and Herald Journal agricultural columnist Clark Israelsen is retiring. Following is his farewell column:
Libraries throughout Cache Valley are rolling out summer reading programs for everyone from infants to adults. Here is a list of where to find more information about what is offered at each of the valley’s libraries.
As population growth continues in Hyde Park, city officials are asking questions about the best way to address the city’s administrative needs.
To thank the Cache Valley community for its continued support, the staff of the Herald Journal will welcome the community to the Logan Aquatic Center on Monday for a free family swim day.
A free seven-week course for stepfamilies will begin at The Family Place next week.
Nibley City Recreation is hosting its Second Biennial South Towns Talent Show at 7 p.m. on Saturday at the Mountain Crest High School Auditorium.
The Forest Service is seeking volunteers for National Trails Day to assist in rerouting the Jardine Juniper trail. The upper meadow section of the Jardine Juniper trail will be re-routed to mitigate erosion. Volunteers will reconstruct a new section of trail, as well as rehabilitating and cl…
Representatives from many of Cache Valley’s nonprofit organizations gathered for a discussion Wednesday afternoon on how they could better serve minority populations throughout the valley.
Logan city’s new poet laureate has been writing poetry since she was old enough to hold a pencil.
Friends of a local woman injured in a horse riding accident during the Spike 150 Wagon Train have organized a benefit dance to help cover her medical bills.
NORTH LOGAN, Utah — Maxine Fisher is not your typical 100-year-old. She surprised family and friends by celebrating her recently acquired centenarian status in style — by going on a helicopter ride.
To kick off the Logan Library’s Summer Reading Program, the Friends of the Logan Library are holding a four-day book sale.
Ten years after a Cache Valley man was killed in Iraq, Nibley city paid tribute to him with the placement of a bench and a bronze plaque, both resting beneath the flag pole in front of Nibley Elementary.
Cache Valley’s historic men’s chorus, the Imperial Glee Club, will perform its 103rd Annual Spring Concert at Utah State University next week to celebrate Memorial Day before traveling to Washington D.C. in 2020.
A North Logan resident’s recipe was chosen as a finalist in the nation’s only national amateur bread-baking competition, coming up in Manhattan, Kansas.
The Franklin Company of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers has found a temporary home for its artifacts in a new museum set for a grand opening on Saturday, June 1.
LOGAN, Utah — Over the years, Anna Anawalt connected with Brent Carpenter the way many valley residents have — waving to him as he rides by on his bicycle.
LOGAN, Utah — Three Cache Valley residents were publicly recognized Thursday by the local United Way for the work they do to give a voice to the smallest victims of crime — the children who experience physical and sexual abuse.
Community members are encouraged to make their commute a little greener this week with incentives provided by the Cache County trails department.
Join Logan's poet laureate, Star Coulbrooke, for the May Swenson Memorial Poetry Walkabout on Thursday, May 16.
Most of the nation’s first transcontinental railroad was built on the backs of immigrants, and in the West, that meant Chinese laborers.
One of the most iconic images from the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad 150 years ago is “The Champagne Photo.”
The Marriage and Family Therapy program at Utah State University’s Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Clinical Excellence is providing low-cost therapy services to the public and wants to raise awareness of the services they offer.
Next week, the Logan Library is hosting a free square-foot gardening class with Jim Teahan.
An art and music therapy workshop will be hosted in conjunction with an appreciation dinner at the Cache County Senior Center next week.
Half a mile off of Valley View Highway, on the banks of the Bear River in Box Elder County, sits the Old Barn Community Theatre.
Saturday marks the 27th year for the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
Forty days. One million acts of kindness.
Another chapter is beginning for a historic house in Hyrum as a new family moves in and prepares to call the place home.
Cache Valley is witnessing a mass butterfly migration on a scale not known for nearly two decades — and another two decades before that.
Things have changed a lot since the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad in 1869 — clothing styles, communication methods, modes of transportation.
Cache Valley residents are weighing in on a Monday announcement from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that members who marry in a civil ceremony will no longer need to wait a year to receive the sealing ordinance in one of the faith’s temples. Church officials said that this c…
An old barn about to collapse in front of a blue sky speckled with white, fluffy clouds is the picture that sent a Logan resident on an adventure to capture old, abandoned structures around the region.
The comics and puzzle pages for Thursday’s Herald Journal were accidentally repeated in Friday’s edition. So that readers can catch up, the missing features are appearing in the Weekend edition on pages C7 and C8. The Friday e-edition has also been updated with the correct content. Please ac…
If you thought snow on the ground May 1 was an unusual event for Cache Valley, think again.
When he was a student at Utah State University, it seemed like Eric Hipple had every reason to succeed. Coming to Logan from California on a football scholarship, he had supportive coaches and parents who would follow him to every game.
Children and their parents filled the kids’ reading area of the Logan Library on Tuesday evening. Librarians made balloon animals as children painted suncatchers, made Guatemalan worry dolls and ate cookies and candy.