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Elementary school boundaries may be changing in Logan

LOGAN - The Logan City School District has announced it will be holding a public hearing to discuss proposed boundary changes affecting Bridger and Wilson elementary schools. The public hearing will be held on Tuesday, March 27th at 6 p.m. in the auditorium of Mount Logan Middle School. According to

CACHEVALLEYDAILY.COM - 2018-03-23 12:49:00

Logan woman suspected of stealing from homes and employer appears in court

LOGAN - A 30-year-old Logan woman suspected of multiple burglaries and thefts made her first formal appearance before a judge. Later, Logan City Police Chief Gary Jensen said officers started investigating Estrada, after her employer began suspecting that she was stealing from the company. "The busi


10 Brigham City homes flooded as Box Elder Creek overflows

Rain in Brigham City lead to flooding, which filled some residents' basements with muddy water and left debris strewn near waterways. Photo courtesy: Box Elder News Journal BRIGHAM CITY, Utah, March 23, 2018 (Gephardt Daily) - At least 10 homes in Brigham City have been flooded after Box Elder Creek

GEPHARDTDAILY.COM - 2018-03-23 19:02:40

Brigham City Police need help identifying suspect after medical clinic burglary

BRIGHAM CITY, Utah - Police in Brigham City need your help identifying a suspect who burglarized a medical clinic Tuesday morning. Police say the crime occurred Tuesday morning at 5 West and 200 North. Photos from surveillance cameras show the suspect arriving on a small BMX-style bicycle. He was we


Logan Main Street Bulls to be gone by end of month

The days of Logan's Main Street bulls are numbered. In a news release issued Wednesday, the Logan Downtown Alliance, which maintains the colorful statues situated throughout the heart of the city, said the bulls will be moved out of the area March 31. "We're looking to go to the next step with intro

HERALD-JOURNAL - 2018-03-22 01:10:00

Sentencing postponed again for Logan man convicted of unlawful sexual activity with teenage girl

LOGAN - Sentencing for Jacob W. Wilson was postponed again, while attorneys determine if he can be admitted into a sex offender treatment facility instead of being incarcerated. The 19-year-old Logan man is convicted of sexually harassing a teenage girl. Wilson appeared in 1st District Court Monday


Former North Logan Library director accused of spending nearly $90,000 in public funds in mobile game

Former North Logan Library Director Adam Winger has been charged in 1st District Court with using the city's credit cards in the mobile app "Game of War." "Winger had been placed on administrative leave due to issues concerning his inability to account for over $89,000 in public funds related to the

HERALD-JOURNAL - 2018-03-23 17:30:00

DWR proposes permit changes for 2018 big game hunts

SALT LAKE CITY - Biologists with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources are recommending permit increases for buck deer, buck pronghorn, bull moose and Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep during the 2018 hunts. Hunters can see all of the biologists' recommendations at wildlife.utah.gov. After reviewing th

DESERET NEWS - 2018-03-22 21:46:00

Logan Regional Hospital among the nation's top 100 again

For the sixth straight year and eighth time overall Intermountain Logan Regional Hospital has made Watson Health's list of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals. The full list is included in the latest edition of Modern Healthcare magazine. According to Watson Health this is the most comprehensive, academi


Excuse me - is this a restaurant or a bar?

Utah lawmakers tried. They really tried. They saw, in early 2017, that one of the biggest challenges we faced as a state was our utter inability to distinguish a restaurant from a bar. From St. George to Logan, hundreds of people wandered into bars every day and asked, "Wait - this isn't a restauran

OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER - 2018-03-22 11:30:00

Logan mayor Daines addresses increasing fire service fees in Providence

Before this month's Speak to the Mayor program on KVNU, a Providence resident submitted a question to For the People to ask Mayor Holly Daines about fire service fees going up in Providence that would affect local residents. The mayor addressed that early in the program on Wednesday. "Let me tell yo

CACHEVALLEYDAILY.COM - 2018-03-22 06:30:00

Man sent to prison as teen seeks to overturn conviction

LOGAN, Utah (AP) - Attorneys for an Ogden man sentenced to adult prison for his role in an armed robbery when he was a teenager are asking the Utah Supreme Court to overturn the 2014 conviction because of a perceived conflict of interest with the judge who handled the case. The Standard-Examiner in


Competency evaluation ordered for Lewiston man suspected of sex abuse of a child

LOGAN - A mental evaluation has been ordered for Christopher R. Vandam, to determine whether he is competent to stand trial. The 20-year-old Lewiston man is charged with forcible sexual abuse, a second-degree felony. Vandam appeared in 1st District Court Tuesday morning. His attorney told the court,


Library wish list: Roof coating, HVAC replacements requested for aging Logan Library

As Logan weighs potential sites and funding for a new city library, Library Director Karen Clark is taking a look at the immediate needs of the existing building. In the library's annual capital improvement plan, Clark has requested a new silver coating on the aging roof, new carpeting to replace on


Court considers sex offender treatment for Hyde Park man

Sentencing was postponed Monday for a 19-year-old Hyde Park man so that he might be considered for sex offender treatment at the Northern Utah Community Correctional Center. Jacob Wayne Wilson pleaded guilty in 1st District Court to dealing in materials harmful to a minor and attempted sexual exploi


Ogden, West Haven hopefuls to seek House post with Peterson forgoing re-election

OGDEN - With Rep. Jeremy Peterson's decision to forgo a re-election bid to his District 9 seat in the Utah House, three GOPers have stepped forward to vie for the post. Adrian Eads and Mary Khalaf, both from Ogden, have filed to run for the seat along with Calvin Musselman of West Haven. Democrat Ka


'Running 90 miles an hour': Q&A with Logan Mayor Holly Daines

Like many elected officials, Holly Daines's interest in local government began with a specific issue in her neighborhood. She had young children, and there was no park nearby. The city of Logan had a piece of land for that very purpose, Daines said, but there wasn't any action. So she helped muster


Community rallies around embattled Idaho teacher; woman who reported puppy's death feels threatened

PRESTON, Idaho - Although people from across the United States and beyond are calling for Preston Junior High School science teacher Robert Crosland to lose his job for allegedly dropping a sick puppy into a classroom aquarium containing a hungry snapping turtle, the vast majority of those who live


Cache County Constitution Party caucus scheduled for Tuesday, March 20th

The Cache County Constitution Party caucus is scheduled for Tuesday, March 20th starting at 7 p.m. in the band room of the Mount Logan Middle School. Accomplishments, goals and plans of the party will be presented and county officers and delegates to the county convention will be selected. The Const


Preston School Board meets this week - but alleged animal cruelty case not on agenda | Idaho Statesman

The biggest thing to happen in the Preston School District in recent memory - a junior high teacher accused of animal cruelty on school grounds - is not on the school board's meeting agenda for this week. However, "public input" is listed after the prayer, pledge of allegiance and consent agenda, so