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.
In a recent letter to President Donald Trump, Utah’s Gov. Gary Herbert urged the president to allow Utah to accept more refugees within the state.
Cobwebs and streamers adorned the walls of the historic Whittier Community Center Thursday evening while astronauts, dinosaurs and princesses ran from the cakewalk to the fortune teller to the tic-tac-toe.
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.
Logan Tabernacle to close for renovations starting in 2021
Logan Regional Hospital is the first healthcare facility in the state to implement all 10 steps of the Stepping Up for Utah Babies program, started by the state health department in 2014 to help new moms who want to breastfeed.
Kevin Hirschi is the man in brown.
Despite the cold weather, dozens of people came out for a Halloween pet “pawrade” at the Cache Human Society on Monday evening.
The coldest temperature ever recorded in October in the contiguous United States — minus-35 degrees — was logged in Peter Sink east of Logan early Monday morning.
Local members of the Baha’i faith gathered on Saturday to help prepare the Cache Refugee and Immigrant Connection community garden in Logan for winter.
It’s been nearly three years since the Cache Trails Alliance formed as a nonprofit organization with a mission to unite trail users and improve the experience of everyone on local trails.
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.
The annual Cache Valley Calendar produced by The Herald Journal and featuring outdoors photos submitted by local photographers has gone to press and will be inserted in Saturday’s newspaper.
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.
As both a performer and director, Lindsey Kelstrom noticed a frustrating trend in many local theatrical productions.
A large smoke plume — and even flames, occasionally — visible from Logan Dry Canyon for much of Tuesday were part of a Forest Service habitat improvement project.
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.