The Stokes Nature Center recently named Kendra Penry as the new executive director.
The Bear River Heritage Area will host a work day on Saturday, Nov. 3, to help stabilize one of the valley’s iconic historic granaries.
As part of the federal relicensing process for Cutler Reservoir, operators will be lowering water levels next week.
When Wes Beutler heard that the weather was forecasted to drop below 20 degrees last week, he started harvesting his potato crop 24/7, as fast as he and his crew could.
Team manager makes the most of his single Senior Night play
More than a century ago, a race car driver helped connect the communities of Utah by pioneering roads for automobiles.
As colder weather approaches, members of the local snow mobile association are helping with preparations to help keep local riders safe.
Who in Cache Valley hasn’t stopped at least once at the Bear Lake scenic overlook on U.S. 89 in Logan Canyon? Whether you need a bathroom break or not, the high perch offered for gazing down upon the turquoise waters of Bear Lake is pretty hard to pass up.
Police officers have been on hand for showings of the controversial film “Joker” at two Cache Valley theaters — a step taken as a safety precaution as opposed to a response to any specific threat.
Twenty customers have come and gone in the past hour, a time that can also be marked with four spills and six variations of the Raspberry Dream.
A dog ran away from the annual Blessing of the Animals at St. John’s Episcopal Church on Saturday and as of Monday evening was still on the loose.
The Animal Sciences program at Bridgerland Technical College will be doing microchips for dogs from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 26.
The Villalobos Brothers, a band founded by three native Mexican brothers and professional violin virtuosos, have been addressing the conflicts between their homeland and the U.S. in a very unusual way. By blending the sounds of their classical training and the folk music they were raised aro…
The Cache Valley Association of Realtors came together last month to restore the home of a Lewiston widow as part of their consumer outreach program.
A new volunteer opportunity for retired and senior adults to provide companionship and respite visits is coming to Cache County, thanks to a grant recently received by the Sunshine Terrace Foundation.
Cache Valley residents discuss gun violence solutions
PRESTON — An Idaho state representative pushed back on being labelled a "gun nut" as he visited Preston on a stop in the ISAA Freedom Tour on Wednesday evening.
Women and children will now be able to serve as witnesses to ordinances performed within The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, after a historic announcement on Wednesday morning.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will allow women to be official "witnesses" at two key ceremonies where they were previously only allowed to observe in the latest small step toward breaking down rigid gender roles in the religion.
Almost 100 members of an association of Native American employees of Procter & Gamble waged war on Russian olive trees at the Bear River Massacre Site on Sept. 26.
A Cache Valley family will be featured in a television advertisement for Highlights — a children’s magazine well known for puzzles, brainteasers and stories.
In an attempt to mitigate some of the challenges seniors may face in navigating health insurance, the Sunshine Terrace Foundation is hosting a Medicare Seminar this week.
Logan residents urge city to improve softball fields
The six candidates vying for the three Logan Municipal Council seats will participate in a candidate forum on Monday evening.
On Sept. 9 The Herald Journal announced that we will begin publishing three print editions per week (Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday) and delivering via same-day mail beginning with the Tuesday, Oct, 8, edition. The feedback from readers has been varied and passionate. We’ve received declara…
The Block festival is back in action this weekend with multiple film screenings, music performances and the ever-popular Taco Extravaganza.
Global Village Gifts finds a new home on Church Street
On Wednesday afternoon, Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox visited and toured The Family Place.
Here’s a birdwatching tip. If you want to attract the region’s bright and colorful lazuli buntings to your feeder, use white millet — and white millet only.
An earthquake centered near Howell was felt across much of Box Elder County on Tuesday morning, rattling buildings and jolting people to attention, but there were no reports of significant damage or injury in the area.
A Cache Valley producer is teaming with businesses in the Bear Lake area to create a video on the legend of the Bear Lake Monster, set to release in time for Halloween.
He thought he would major in chemistry. It took just one semester to realize his error — there is no magic in science when music is in your soul.
Local nonprofit providing support to refugee kids
Human trafficking is bleak subject matter, but experts told local hoteliers Wednesday that training and a watchful eye can help foil traffickers.
To get underway for Logan’s Pride Festival this weekend, a few dozen people gathered at Aggie Blue Bikes on Friday evening, donning rainbow shirts and colorful tights, ready to compete in a cycling scavenger hunt.
Aerobiologist Landon Bunderson has an affliction: allergens. And anyone who has suffered severe seasonal allergies can attest, symptoms are rough.
Small, forgotten tunnel found during Center St. renovation
Next week, the Sons of the Utah Pioneers will hold its annual national encampment in Cache Valley.
As hunting season approaches, the Logan Firearms Academy is hosting a first aid class to help individuals be prepared in case injuries occur in remote areas.
Brazilian Fest hits Logan for 1st time
The news media landscape is changing. The way in which readers are consuming content is evolving, and those changes are being seen here in Logan.
Community members have joined together to raise funds for a 14-year-old Cache Valley local who was involved in an all-terrain vehicle accident.
The Utah State University Latinx Cultural Center is presenting Los Hermanos de los Andes in concert at the Daines Concert Hall on Friday. The show is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door.
Logan Pride Festival set for next weekend
A company that will grow cannabis for use in Utah’s new medical marijuana program has cleared the last local hurdle to begin construction of a new facility in Box Elder County.
The Cache Valley Historical Society and the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau are presenting the annual Cache Valley Historic Home Tour on Sept. 7 from 10 a.m to 4 p.m.
A member of the American Legion will be installing permanent metal markers on veteran’s graves at the following area cemeteries: Richmond, Sept. 6, 6-8 p.m.; Hyde Park, Sept. 7, 9-11 a.m.; Logan, Sept. 7, 1-4 p.m.
A pair of prescribed burns between Logan and Blacksmith Fork canyons will begin Wednesday, weather permitting.
Andrea Krogh sat in a cushy blue chair at the Gossner Cancer Center early last week as a nurse inserted a syringe into her chemotherapy port.
Two teenagers are in custody after using a ruse to steal a car belonging to a Cornish youth treatment facility, then leading police on a dangerous chase.
Editor’s note: Today marks the 57th anniversary of Cache Valley’s largest recorded earthquake — a 5.7-magnitude temblor on August 30, 1962, that lasted a reported 35 seconds. On the 50th anniversary in 2012, the paper took a comprehensive look back at the event. This year, after a friendly r…
Program brings veterans from around Utah to Logan for golf
This week’s free Canyon Conversation hosted by Stokes Nature Center will take a look at human interactions with Logan Canyon over the years.
Humane Society urges people to stop abandoning animals at shelter
A new public transit app that launched this weekend allows users to access information for both Cache Valley Transit District and Aggie Shuttle bus routes.