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.
“If my country would be safe, I would not be here right now,” Habiba Ali Nur said to a group of people at the Logan Library.
Motorists should expect delays in Logan Canyon as cattle allotment permittees move their cattle, which started Monday, Aug. 26, and concludes Wednesday, Aug. 28, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
If you visit the Cache Valley Gardeners’ Market this weekend, consider buying some extra produce and donating it to the Cache Community Food Pantry.
After recent samples indicated a harmful algae bloom, the Department of Environmental Quality is advising people not to swim, water ski in Mantua Reservoir and to keep pets out.
As the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment approaches next year, one Utah organization is publishing a book to celebrate notable women from the state’s history.
People in Garden City are looking to the state for solutions after a fully loaded semi truck lost its braking ability Thursday and crashed into a bank of storage bays just east of the city’s busiest intersection.
Tracks from an early 20th Century trolley were exposed on Center Street this week as a LeGrand Johnson demolition crew prepared a downtown block for major renovation work. See the accompanying photo/story layout from the Herald Journal print edition for further details. (Photo courtesy Parke…
The Logan Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a pickleball tournament on Sept. 12-14 at Bridger Park Pickleball Courts, 1188 N. 400 West in Logan.
Glider pilots from around the country spend week in Logan
Utah Jazz rookie Justin Wright-Foreman will be in Logan on Saturday for a free meet-and-greet event at 10 a.m. at the Logan Community Recreation Center, 195 S. 100 West.
Many cemeteries are known for having unmarked graves, but the Logan Cemetery appears to have the opposite: a grave marker without a body.
Utah National Guardsmen receive extensive training throughout their military careers. On occasion, those soldiers bring their own skills to the table. Robert Stephens of Providence had such an experience during his most recent deployment.
When it comes to getting the field work done, you can’t beat a nice, big tractor with padded seats, air conditioning and enclosed cabs — but those don't have the same charm and character that comes with Grandpa’s old tractor.
Utah State University has expanded its prepared response to a wrongful death suit alleging the school did too little to help a student who died by suicide after she reported that she was being bullied.
When Manager Cindy McFarland went to open up the Miller’s Travel Center Chevron in Smithfield on Wednesday morning, something really bugged her.
Two years after Deserae Turner was shot in the back of the head and left for dead in a canal in Smithfield, the Turner family will be attending the Cache County Fair sharing gun locks and educating people about gun safety.
Anyone who ever attended the Festival of the American West pageant at USU knows the artwork of Cache Valley painter Glen Edwards. You simply couldn’t miss it.
Picking up books from the Logan Library just got a little easier.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — U.S. Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman Jr. has submitted his resignation, signaling the end of a two-year stint during what he called a historically difficult time in relations between the two countries.
“A la vio, a la vao, a la bim bom ba, Fernando, Fernando, ra ra ra!” was the cheer that was heard as the Latinx community rallied around one of their young members during a fundraising event on Saturday at Mountain Peak Volleyball in Logan.
Saturday morning people of all ages gathered at Willow Park for the annual Utah Ukulele Festival. Some were locals, but others traveled from out of town to join the festivities.
That Famous Preston Night Rodeo Committee is $300,000 closer to its goal to enlarge the capacity of and improve the Franklin County Fairgrounds arena.
Cache Valley's own Julie Best had to surmount daunting obstacles before even getting to conquer the actual ones as a contestant on the season finale of “Million Dollar Mile,” an athletic-competition show that airs Saturday on CBS at 7:00 p.m. MDT.
Local Latinx community members are inviting Cache Valley residents to a festival type fundraiser known as a kermes to help a local teen receiving treatment to fight brain cancer beginning at 5 p.m. on Saturday at Mountain Peak Volleyball, 725 W. 1940 South, in Logan.
A motorcycle ride in Cache Valley this weekend will honor veterans who have lost their lives while raising money to support those living in the community.
In response to how much the Cache Refugee and Immigrant Connection has grown in the past few years, the organization’s board members have decided it’s time to host the group’s first fundraising dinner.
After more than a year of making plans for a project to redo Center Street in downtown Logan, construction will finally begin on Monday.
The American Legion will be installing metal markers on veteran graves at three of the valley cemeteries this weekend: Friday, Aug. 2, 7-9 p.m., Trenton; Saturday, Aug. 3, 9-10 a.m., Wellsville, 2-4 p.m. Logan. The only cost is the price of the markers: $40 for brass and $20 for aluminum. To…
Protesters from Bloodstained Men and Their Friends took to the corner of 1400 North and Main Street in Logan for several hours on Monday as part of their Rocky Mountain Circumcision Crisis Protest Tour. It was the 18th stop of a 20-date tour through the Rocky Mountain west.
Thousands of undocumented immigrants and even U.S. citizens of Latin descent are living in fear as the threat of Immigration and Custom Enforcement raids echo around the nation, and Cache Valley is no exception.
Editor’s note: This story is the third and final installment in a Herald Journal series on home canning safety.
Visitors to some of Logan’s parks may have noticed new “no dog” signs.
When what Blair Gregersen thought was a dog stuck in a fence jumped high into a tree, he decided it was time to call Idaho Fish & Game officers. A mountain lion was not something he wanted to tackle.