• BEST IN STATE—Senior Courtney Schoen Lewis was named Best PR Student in Utah. Story
  • CROWBAR—Athletes compete in annual Crowbar backcountry race in Logan Canyon. CHRISTIAN HATAHWAY
  • HINDU FESTIVAL—Hundreds of Hindus and friends gather for annual Holi Festival of Colors in Spanish Fork. DANA IVINS
  • RAINBOW CELEBRATION—Holi celebrants joyfully paint themselves at Hindu festival. DANA IVINS
  • HUT! HUT! HUT!—ROTC teams compete in Ranger Challenge at Camp Williams. ALISON OSTLER. Story
  • SNOWBARD JAM—Boarders show their stuff on the Quad during Entrepreneur Week. CASSIDEE J. CLINE. Story
  • SNOWBOARD TRICKS as hotdoggers show off on the Quad during Entrepreneur Week. CASSIDEE J. CLINE. Story
  • WINTER A and the American flag over a snowy USU campus. WHITNEY PETERSON
  • QUADVIEW—A springtime view of the USU Quad and Old Main from atop the business building.
  • PRESS CONFERENCE—USU President Stan Albrecht briefing journalism students. CHRIS ROMRIELL. Story
  • HIGH-HEELIN’ IT—Men in high heels and their female supporters walk a mile to protest sex abuse. TY ROGERS
  • ELK PICNIC—Elk and humans mingle at the winter refuge at Blacksmith Fork's Hardware Ranch. CARESA ALEXANDER. Story

Child’s desire to help hungry people becomes Families Feeding Families

Monday, December 15th, 2014 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on Child’s desire to help hungry people becomes Families Feeding Families

By Katherine Larsen Lambert CACHE VALLEY -- It began with a diaper bag in Chicago, Illinois. After having lunch with her husband at the Richard Daley Center, Jaymee Avery noticed something about the homeless population. “When everyone went back to work, the ...

Loaves and Fishes: More than food, it’s about community

Monday, September 8th, 2014 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on Loaves and Fishes: More than food, it’s about community

Story and photos by Sierra Copeland LOGAN -- It's lunch time on Saturday, and people are coming to First Presbyterian Church on Center Street. What started out as a Christmas day dinner for needy locals has become a bi-monthly celebration of ...

Valley’s bad air ‘induces cancer pathway’, links to heart, lung disease

Sunday, October 13th, 2013 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Valley’s bad air ‘induces cancer pathway’, links to heart, lung disease

By Tavin Stucki LOGAN — The ongoing discussion of Cache Valley’s inversion-enhanced air pollution problem and its affect on public health is nothing new to Logan natives. Utah State University professor Roger Coulombe addressed the issue at a "Science Unwrapped" public ...

Winter Gift Market: 100 percent Cache Valley artisan

Sunday, December 16th, 2012 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on Winter Gift Market: 100 percent Cache Valley artisan

By Danielle Manley LOGAN -- Sounds of amplified jazz guitar rang through the doors of the Bullen Center. Members from the community hustled around each other to see the finely crafted items at every table. Local artisans gathered for the 10th ...

Flooded basements, closed roads still the story in Cache Valley

Saturday, January 21st, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Flooded basements, closed roads still the story in Cache Valley

Photo and story by Jimena Herrero WELLSVILLE - Rain continues to cause problems in Cache Valley. Several homes were flooded Thursday, and while conditions seem to be improving, residents faced more flooding on Saturday morning. “Mother Nature humbles us when we ...

College grads seek other options with fewer jobs in struggling economy

Thursday, December 15th, 2011 Posted in Business | Comments Off on College grads seek other options with fewer jobs in struggling economy

By Mandy Morgan LOGAN -- Dusty Jackson was certain that if he kept the connections he had at the Logan Recreation Center while finishing a degree in Exercise Science from Utah State University, he would be on the fast track to ...

Bad winter air seeps back into Cache Valley, causes asthma and illness

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Bad winter air seeps back into Cache Valley, causes asthma and illness

By Lindsay Nemelka LOGAN — Air quality is becoming more of a concern for residents of Cache Valley as Utah could move into its sixth winter season of falling below federal EPA pollution standards. Ashley Burraston, USU pre-nursing sophomore and bride-to-be, ...

Volunteer Center connects Cache helpers with opportunities

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on Volunteer Center connects Cache helpers with opportunities

By Emily Pannell Johnson LOGAN—This time last year, Ang Haroldsen was graduating from Utah State University unsure of what she’d do next. She’d spent her last three years of college volunteering with the Val R. Christensen Service Center, so ...

Cache Valley’s air quality? Noddaproblum; just move along now

Friday, January 28th, 2011 Posted in Opinion | 2 Comments »

By Bryan Dixon Guest commentary I've been struggling for words to describe Tuesday's presentation from the Bear River Health Department to the Cache County Council on air quality in Cache County, and the council´s response. I´ve settled on "embarrassing." Admittedly, the ...

Psst, Santa subs — it’s time to wrap gifts and bring them in

Friday, December 10th, 2010 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on Psst, Santa subs — it’s time to wrap gifts and bring them in

Shopko and Lee's deadline is Saturday; Smith's is Dec. 17 By Marissa Bodily LOGAN--Christmas is fast approaching and so is the deadline to bring gifts in for the Sub for Santa program. Sub for Santa gifts can be brought to Shopko ...

Cache Valley ‘soapers’ enjoy healthy business

Friday, May 7th, 2010 Posted in Business | Comments Off on Cache Valley ‘soapers’ enjoy healthy business

By Jen Stevenson Each morning when you get in the shower, lather the soap and shampoo your hair, do you understand what kinds of chemicals are being put onto your body? Look at the label and try to pronounce all ...

Summerfest, opera, classic cars all boost Cache Valley’s visitor numbers

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on Summerfest, opera, classic cars all boost Cache Valley’s visitor numbers

By Cathy Morgan LOGAN--Although tourism across the country has taken a big hit because of the financial issues of the economy in recent years, things are looking good for Cache Valley. “There are hopeful signs things are going to turn around,” said ...

Elk spend the winter at Cache Valley’s Hardware Ranch

Sunday, January 17th, 2010 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on Elk spend the winter at Cache Valley’s Hardware Ranch

Story and photos by Caresa Alexander BLACKSMITH FORK CANYON—“Scotty, Norman, step up! Step up boys, come on!” As Rebecca Moses prompted the two handsome Percheron horses, the sleigh slid easily over the snow toward the meadow filled with hundreds of Rocky ...

Reggie Shaw’s sad message: ‘Never text and drive’

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009 Posted in Opinion | 1 Comment »

By Candice Mattson LOGAN--Reggie Shaw wore a dark blue jail uniform as he tearfully addressed the camera from behind the glass. "You know, you leave for work every morning. People do it every day. Never ever do you leave with the ...

Living vegan in the valley’s not difficult, but USU campus is tougher

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009 Posted in Arts and Life | 1 Comment »

By Kelly Greenwood LOGAN--Imagine going out to eat on a Friday night with your friends. You end up at Chili’s, and you sit down and look at the menu. You scan over the colorful, laminated pages, and you flip them back ...

Conservation easements preserve Cache Valley’s rural nature

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on Conservation easements preserve Cache Valley’s rural nature

By Catherine Meidell CACHE VALLEY--After yielding fruit for 100 years, the Zollinger Fruit Farm of River Heights is protected by a conservation easement that will ensure the land is not developed, keeping agriculture in Cache Valley for centuries to come. Linda ...

Geocaching: High tech hide-and-seek popular in Cache Valley

Friday, November 27th, 2009 Posted in Arts and Life | 1 Comment »

By Alice Bailey CACHE COUNTY--Chained to a post at the American West Heritage Center sits an old dairy farm milk can that resembles a pig. A hinge on its rear end will open to reveal a pink ammo box, also painted ...

Tweeting? Blogging? New Cache club helps people use social media

Saturday, November 21st, 2009 Posted in Arts and Life | 1 Comment »

By Rebecca Hansen LOGAN--Walking into Club New York, your eyes have to adjust to the almost non-existent light. The only lights illuminating the corridor and snack area are blacklights, making any white surface glow. At the end of the hallway is ...