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ATV News: Old Main Hill, napping Aggies, sports and weather

Sunday, February 24th, 2013 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on ATV News: Old Main Hill, napping Aggies, sports and weather

By the Aggie TV News Staff LOGAN—On Aggie TV News this week: sledding, hunger, video games, shuttle buses, campus café options and Aggies caught napping. Old Main sledding is a Cache Valley tradition—but really dangerous! reports Courtney Robinson. Years later, one injured ...

Aggie TV News: Worst air in U.S., Dillard’s closing, guns, dogs & sports

Thursday, January 24th, 2013 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Aggie TV News: Worst air in U.S., Dillard’s closing, guns, dogs & sports

By the ATV News Staff LOGAN—In the first newscast of 2013, ATV News reports on: • Dillard’s closes at the Logan Mall. • Local response to possible moves toward gun control, and the Sandy Hook school massacre. • It’s Arts Week at USU, and ...

Faculty Profile: AggieTV prof shines from fiery crash to Christmas lights

Monday, December 10th, 2012 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on Faculty Profile: AggieTV prof shines from fiery crash to Christmas lights

Story & Photos by D. Whitney Smith LOGAN—A little more than a year ago, a horrific traffic accident and heroic rescue to prevent a fiery death played out just yards away from the Quad at Utah State University. Chris Garff remembers ...

ATV News: Election 2012, 2 Valley suicides, sports & a snowy forecast

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012 Posted in Opinion | 1 Comment »

By the ATV News Team LOGAN—Plenty going on during Election Week in Cache Valley and on the USU campus, from a Utah GOP sweep to a pair of suicides. In the news, USU students, candidates and other voters gather in the Huntsman ...

ATV News’ Cache Rendezvous celebrates the Halloween season

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on ATV News’ Cache Rendezvous celebrates the Halloween season

LOGAN—Welcome to the annual Halloween edition of Cache Rendezvous, ATV News’ magazine news program. This week, terror in the Little Bear Bottoms Corn Maze and the Haunted River Trail. What do USU Engineering students do with pumpkins when they’re done? ...

ATV News: Tibetan monks, LDS Democrats, Pumpkin Walk & sports

Friday, October 26th, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on ATV News: Tibetan monks, LDS Democrats, Pumpkin Walk & sports

By the ATV News Team LOGAN—The latest Utah State and Northern Utah news from the ATV News team: Tibetan monks; the last days of the election campaign; ballot measures; LDS Democrats are afraid to come out of the closet; Chinese Christian ...

Aggie TV: Congo visitors, a journalism safari, bikers and Blackhawks

Monday, October 8th, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Aggie TV: Congo visitors, a journalism safari, bikers and Blackhawks

LOGAN—The latest Aggie TV Newscast features JCOM students traveling to Ethiopia, and Congolese government officials traveling to Logan. Donors give the College of Natural Resources a financial boost, True Aggie Night, the fall election season heats up, bikers take teddy bears ...

Congolese officials visit Logan, sign cooperation agreement with USU

Monday, October 8th, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Congolese officials visit Logan, sign cooperation agreement with USU

LOGAN—Officials from the Democratic Republic of Congo came to Utah State University last week to sign a memo of understanding with the university for future cooperation in development of a new science and technology university in the west African nation. [caption ...

Aggie TV News: Homecoming 2012, brown trout, urban wood & milk

Monday, October 1st, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Aggie TV News: Homecoming 2012, brown trout, urban wood & milk

By the ATV News Team LOGAN—This week's Aggie TV News: USU Homecoming, political races heating up, street painters celebrate USU, a new kind of really solid, disaster-proof homes, the DNR kills off invasive brown trout from Logan Canyon, turning old urban ...

Aggie TV News for April 19, 2012

Thursday, April 19th, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Aggie TV News for April 19, 2012

LOGAN—Rockin’ Dick Clark dies at 82. Logan city may close Willow Park Zoo—where will the critters go? Local party politics from the Cache County GOP convention: In local politics, individuals really matter. Proposed truck stop in Wellsville has neighbors up ...

ATV News: Frat drinking, the BYU gay video, baby animals and more

Sunday, April 15th, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on ATV News: Frat drinking, the BYU gay video, baby animals and more

LOGAN—The Aggie TV News team talks to members of USU fraternities about last fall’s underage alcohol arrest. Other stories: Fundraising beyond one’s self, the BYU student video of being gay and Mormon, “It Gets Better,” Baby Animal Days in Wellsville, ...

Breaking Aggie TV News for March 28, 2012

Friday, March 30th, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Breaking Aggie TV News for March 28, 2012

LOGAN—Thursday’s top stories from Aggie TV News. (Click here.) • USU fires a well-known employee while an investigation continues. • Student fees could be going up. • Reaction about the Sardine Canyon crash. • Logan honors Logan’s Heroes. • Texting while triking. • Engineering overcomes disability. • ...

TV news professor pushes student journalists to real-world standards

Sunday, March 25th, 2012 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on TV news professor pushes student journalists to real-world standards

By Allie Jeppson LOGAN—As a police scanner quietly fizzes and mutters in the background, students roll in and the Aggie TV News class begins. But the discussion lasts only a moment as the instructor suddenly stops in mid-sentence to listen ...

JCOM prof is no-nonsense, respected, loved, sometimes ‘dreaded’

Saturday, April 30th, 2011 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on JCOM prof is no-nonsense, respected, loved, sometimes ‘dreaded’

Story & Photos by Shirrel Cooper LOGAN—They either love her or hate her. That seems to be the consensus among Penny Byrne’s journalism students. Byrne has the reputation of being the “dreaded” mass media law professor whose class has a rumored fail ...

KUDOS! USU journalism students win 12 Mark of Excellence Awards

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on KUDOS! USU journalism students win 12 Mark of Excellence Awards

LOGAN—The national Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) has announced that Utah State University journalism students have combined to win 12 Mark of Excellence Awards for their 2010 work on the Hard News Café, Utah Public Radio, and ATV News. The awards, ...

Quick thinking limits fire at Hyrum pallet manufacturer

Friday, January 28th, 2011 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Quick thinking limits fire at Hyrum pallet manufacturer

By Melissa Pearl Youngberg Aggie TV News HYRUM—Sparks ignited a sawdust fire at the pallet manufacturing warehouse in Hyrum Wednesday afternoon Hyrum Fire Chief Cardell Nielsen said the fire at Timberland Pallets, at 369 W. Main St., broke out in the steel hopper ...

USU student TV newscasts win region top honors

Sunday, April 11th, 2010 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on USU student TV newscasts win region top honors

DENVER—Cache Rendezvous, the JCOM student TV news magazine show, and ATV News, the weekly newscast, went one-two in the regional Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards competition in Denver on Saturday, winning Best All-Around Newscast honors in the ...