“Back in my day,” Chad Anderson said, “there were promised cures for homosexuality if you followed the right protocols. I tried that for decades to the detriment of myself and many others.”
A small gathering of community members met together on Wednesday afternoon at the Historic Cache County Courthouse to hang 3,000 individually-tied ribbons to symbolize the abortions performed in Utah every year.
While sharing excerpts from his memoir, “Gay Mormon Dad,” Chad Anderson will discuss the quiet struggles he faced as a closeted gay man in a large religious family on Thursday evening at the Logan City Library.
A Cache Valley environmental group has come out of hibernation, you might say, to fight for the survival of grizzly bears and other endangered wildlife in the region.
Surrounded by snowcapped mountains and hundreds of elk, black powder enthusiasts rendezvoused with their inner 19th century fur-trader on Saturday.
One afternoon last summer, 13-year-old Trey Leak gazed out the window of his family’s Cornish home toward their calf barn, a mile away.
“It’s been a long time, a long time coming, but I know change is gonna come,” sang Lyndi Perry, a local musician, as she stood on the steps of the Historic Cache County Courthouse at the rally for the Women’s March on Saturday afternoon.
A crowded lobby isn’t uncommon for Angie’s Restaurant in Logan, however, Wednesday evening’s crowd was unique in size and stories as people came by to show their support for the restaurant’s manager and his family.
Jeremy Cooley learned to drive in the 1980s while helping his mother deliver a rural newspaper route for The Herald Journal, a role that eventually led him to a job in the circulation department at the paper.
Thousands of people will gather across the country to join the Women’s March on Saturday, Jan. 18, and community members in Logan are planning to bring quite a crowd as well.
After signing the lease in November and following a ribbon cutting ceremony in December, the Logan Pride Center is officially up and running.
Shortly after ringing in the New Year, Peter Browning Collins was born at 2:43 a.m. on Jan. 1 and claimed the gold as Cache County’s first baby of 2020, beating the runner-up by one hour and six minutes.
The region’s on-again, off-again drought could be off again in 2020 — that is, if the high snowpack levels recorded so far this winter continue as expected.
To celebrate its most significant service expansion in 12 years, the Cache Valley Transit District will unveil new bus route The LOOP with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday morning.
Having grown up as a small-town Idaho farm boy who never left the state until after graduating high school, Dr. Marlowe Goble of Logan is now known around the world for his discoveries, pioneering techniques and inventions in orthopedic medicine.
By the fifth day, Cache Valley had a pit in its gut — a communal ache resulting from the intense and prolonged search for missing 5-year-old Elizabeth “Lizzy” Shelley.
For the past week and a half, family and friends have been raising money on a GoFundMe page to support Ron Hellstern, a local conservationist.
Just a week shy of his 92nd birthday, W. Vosco Call died on Christmas Eve, leaving behind a legacy of stage directing excellence and generational storytelling.
The Village Church in Garden City will be starting off the new year in a brand new building and will open the doors for services on Jan. 5.
It’s the Saturday before Christmas, and the Utah Theatre staff are preparing for the 6 p.m. movie. Popcorn is popping, and although there are still 45 minutes until showtime, a few patrons have already wandered in to buy tickets.
“Pick a rock song, or any song,” said Arianna Worthen, holding her black and red wooden harp. “If I’ve heard it, I can probably play it.”
Jared Smith dreams of a bright Christmas.
Golden Spike National Historical Park is gearing up to send 2019, a monumental year for the park, out in style with its annual Winter Steam Festival.
Logan’s iconic outdoor skating rink at Merlin Olsen Park could open in time for Christmas.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints defended Tuesday how it uses and invests member donations after a former church employee charged in a complaint to the Internal Revenue Service that the faith had improperly built a $100 billion investment portfolio using membe…
A unit in Logan Regional Hospital that provides care to premature babies and others with special medical needs has recently been nationally recognized.
Around 20 community members trudged through fresh snow Saturday morning to lay 260 wreaths on veterans’ graves at the Logan City Cemetery.
After its release on Dec. 3, "Unselfish Kids," a book written by a local father-daughter duo, received national attention.
Logan City Cemetery will be one of 1,600 locations across the nation where a ceremony to lay wreaths on the graves of veterans will take place as part of the National Wreaths Across America Day on Dec. 14.
An 8-foot tall gorilla, a turtle and snake are among the many new light sculptures that have made an appearance at the zoo lights at Zootah.
Local residents are hoping to raise funds to help a local family get a wheelchair-accessible van for their 13-year-old son.
In the spirit of the holiday season, the Logan Kiwanis Club donated over $5,000 for gift donations to some who need it the most.
No need to hold the ketchup.
It was a dreamlike day last January when Chase Burch, from Ogden, was standing on the snowy slopes in Hokkaido, Japan, preparing to shoot some snowboarding footage for his new project. He had found this spot through his own exploration and some helpful Japanese locals.
Holiday shoppers with art aficionados on their list may be in luck thanks to a local nonprofit.
Amid a flurry of snowstorms, Utah is observing its first Avalanche Awareness Week with activities locally and statewide.
At the beginning of a season filled with bright lights, family gatherings and gifts, faith leaders in the community are providing a time and space for silence, reflection and grief.
Santa Claus rides a historic Clydesdale-drawn fire wagon under the new arch on Logan's Center Street on Saturday as part of the the city's Christmas parade and grand reopening of the renovated downtown block.
In a press conference on Tuesday, North Park Police Department Interim Chief of Police Ulysses Black championed law enforcement agencies and local residents for their assistance in last week’s North Logan murder case.
Cache County, like the rest of the state, is growing. Projections show the area’s population doubling by 2075, and with that increase of people come concerns related to housing availability.
Staff from Aggie Blue Bikes and other community members gathered on Saturday to participate in a food drive on wheels for the Cache Community Food Pantry.
Family grateful to bury serviceman, MIA for 76 years
After several people expressed concern online over a lid with a radioactivity warning label found in the crawlspace of a Cache Valley home, officials say upon investigation no dangerous material was found.
After announcing this would likely be the last year of the Cache County Sub for Santa Program, members of the nonprofit said￼ they received enough community response to continue the program into future years.
He regards himself as one of the lucky ones.
UPDATE: The student is safe and contacted USU Police after seeing the missing person post, according to USU spokesman Tim Vitale.
May marked the 150th anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad that joined the east and west coasts of the United States. Heralded as the “moon landing” of its time, the railroad dramatically changed the country. While there were many positive outcomes of this achievemen…
New adaptive technology is available to test out or borrow at the Utah Assistive Technology Program’s demonstration and loan library, including a C-Pen reader, an autonomous vacuum and apps for a smart tablet.
The final stages of the Harlem Globetrotters’ 2019 Fan Powered World Tour brought basketball stars and fans to Ridgeline High School’s packed gymnasium on Friday night.
For the majority of Americans, the question of Bigfoot’s existence is a decided “no.” For Jeff Meldrum, Bigfoot expert and a professor of anatomy and anthropology at Idaho State University, the answer is a lot more complicated.
ROTC stands vigil on USU Quad to honor POW/MIA service members
As a child sitting at the feet of his grandmother, Darren Parry was taught the stories of his ancestors and was groomed for the role he now shoulders as a first-time author.
The Malouf Foundation will hold its fourth annual Art for CAPSA benefit dinner on Nov. 8, where 100% of the proceeds will be donated to local nonprofit Citizens Against Physical and Sexual Abuse.
Local organization encourages attending services from a different faith than usual this week
A local filmmaker is pleased with the public’s response so far to his documentary short film about the Bear Lake Monster.