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Home Values are Surging in Logan, Utah

In the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. home sales slumped. Since then, however, the market has come roaring back — and rising demand, in conjunction with a relatively low supply of housing, has caused home values to surge. According to estimates from Zillow, a Seattle-based real estate data company, between May 2020 and […]
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Mama’s Kitchen: New restaurant thrives despite pandemic opening

Food can have a powerful ability to unite communities and connect individuals with different parts of the world. Mama’s Kitchen is a new restaurant located in the heart of Logan offering a variety of Venezuelan cuisine to diners. In a white brick building on Logan’s Federal Avenue, Xiomara Robirds is...
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Poppy fields in Mantua

"I had no idea that Mantua, Utah had a poppy field. It is so special to me cause I can go and spend sometime to myself and take time to myself. If you haven't been there before I highly recommend it." - Ian South.
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Diesel price check: This is Logan's cheapest station

(LOGAN, UT) The price of diesel varies by as much as $0.20 in the greater Logan area, according to a recent price survey. The title of cheapest station in the Logan area went to KJ's Super Stores at 620 W 200 N, according to a Tuesday survey by GasBuddy. Diesel was listed there at just $3.29 per gallon. The most expensive station in the city was $3.49, at Maverik at 304 S Main Street, the survey found:
Payson, UTHerald-Journal

Hailey Martineau and Matthew Riding

Lynn and Michelle Martineau are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Hailey Martineau to Matthew Riding, son of Richard and Holly Riding. The couple was sealed on April 6, 2021 in the Payson, Utah LDS Temple for time and all eternity. A celebration in their honor will be...
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Intermittent closures Tuesday afternoon in Logan Canyon – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN — Portions of Logan Canyon, US-89 will be closed periodically Tuesday afternoon. The rolling closures could impact drivers travelling between Logan and Bear Lake. Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Cade Brenchley said the temporary closures will be between the Guinavah Campground and the top of the Dugway, near the Blind Hollow Trailhead. The closures will take place between 4 – 8 p.m. to accommodate a production crew, who will be filming in the canyon.
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Logan events calendar

1. interACT [X2] | A Celebration of Works in Progress; 2. Vintage Market Days® of Northern Utah Fall Market; 3. Postpartum Support Group; 4. Take Back Your Power - 8 Skills to Manage Adversity & Master Your Life; 5. Field Botany: Wetland and Riparian Ecosystems;
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Shoshone Tribe member shares family's version of Bear River Massacre with local Rotary club

POCATELLO — The largest mass murder of Native Americans in the history of the Western United States occurred in Southeast Idaho over 150 years ago. Just north of Preston along the banks of the Bear River in what is present-day Franklin County lies the site in which Col. Patrick E. Connor and the California Volunteers in January 1863 ambushed and slaughtered more than 400 Shoshone, including over 250 women, children and elders. The onslaught would come to be known as the Battle of Bear River well before it became what it is known as today, the Bear River Massacre.
Wellsville, UTHerald-Journal

Leave it to bugs: Valley trees hit by cankerworm infestation

Trees on the hills around Cache Valley are being defoliated in large numbers this year by an infestation of what are called cankerworms. Though the situation might look dire to casual observers, experts say the presence of small, green-and-brown caterpillars will be short-lived and the trees should regain their leaves as summer progresses.
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Police reporting a rise in opioid abuse – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN — Police are warning local residents about an increase in opioid abuse throughout the valley. Law enforcement officials report a significant rise in overdose cases, and deaths, driven largely by Fentanyl found in counterfeit pills and illicit drugs. The Logan City Police Department posted on their social media sites...
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Erin Carrillo-Bautista Named Assistant Coach for Utah State Soccer

LOGAN, Utah - Utah State head soccer coach Manny Martins has announced the addition of Erin Carrillo-Bautista as an assistant coach, with the duo having already served on the same coaching staff at the University of Oregon and at Lane United in the USL League 2. "I could not be...
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USU and USU Eastern Enjoy Success at College National Finals Rodeo

The Utah State University Rodeo Club (Logan) and USU Eastern Rodeo Club (Price) teams found success at the 72nd annual College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) over the past week. USU qualified their entire women’s team and individual men, while USU Eastern’s men’s team qualified as a unit, while also qualifying one member of the women’s team. The competition took place from June 13-19 at the Ford Wyoming Center in Casper, Wyo.
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Column: Surviving a 26-mile run to Logan Peak and back

As I gimp around two days after experiencing the Logan Peak Trail Run first hand, I’ve had a little time to reflect on last Saturday. I already knew trail running is not my strength. I enjoy the mountains, but I have a hard time picking up my feet, especially when I get tired. That is not a good combo when trying to run trails. I get away with it on asphalt, but iceberg-like rocks, tree roots and whatever else that finds its way onto the trail have to be negotiated and that means being much more aware and picking up my feet. For me at least, I can not enjoy the scenery and run at the same time.
Preston, IDHerald-Journal

City council meets with governor

While attending the Association of Idaho Cities Conference in Boise, Mayor Dan Keller, Council President Allyson Wadsworth, Councilman Terry Larson and Police Chief Dan McCammon met with Idaho Governor Brad Little. Many items applicable to Preston were discussed, such as funding and progress of Preston’s Wastewater Treatment Plant and possible...
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Elks honor Flag Day ceremony

The Preston Elks Lodge honored the American Flag with a ceremony on June 14 in front of the county courthouse. "We hold our flag, our veterans and our United States close to our hearts," said Josh Anderson, president of the lodge. The ceremony included a history of the flag from its birth to what it is now and why new stars and new stripes were added, he said.