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.

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.

Halloween decorations line the interior of the Whittier Community Center awaiting groups of volunteers to come and place them up around the different rooms, turning the multipurpose community venue into a cobweb- and jack-o-lantern-adorned 90th Annual Halloween Carnival.

Temperature records were tumbling across the region early Wednesday — and as anticipated, the thermometer at the infamous Peter Sink northeast of Logan logged another all-time low for the entire nation.

The body of missing Utah State University student Baxter Franklin King was found in Logan Canyon on Wednesday evening, according to university spokesman Tim Vitale.

A new bidirectional bus route will be coming to Cache Valley a few days after the new year, about four months sooner than originally planned.

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.

As colder weather approaches, members of the local snow mobile association are helping with preparations to help keep local riders safe.

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.

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 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.

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.

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.

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…

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