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Where's the cheapest gas in Logan?

(LOGAN, UT) For bargain hunters there may be no better target than gas, with the cheapest station in the Logan area offering savings of $0.19 per gallon. Sam's Club at 145 W Cache Valley Blvd was the cheapest station in the area, according to a survey by GasBuddy, with regular listed at $3.27 per gallon Wednesday. By comparison, the most expensive gallon was at Shell at 1436 N 1200 E, where a gallon of regular was selling for $3.46.
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Logan, UTHerald-Journal

Update: Logan RDA to consider incentives for Costco store on 10th West

The much-anticipated coming of Costco to Logan is officially in the works. The Logan Redevelopment Agency has a public hearing scheduled next Tuesday to consider $1.4 million in infrastructure cost relief for the wholesale/retail giant to locate on property owned by Blue Spring Business Park along 10th West between 1000 and 1200 North.
Logan, UTHerald-Journal

Huskers edge Wolverines in busy day for local legion teams

It was an eventful Friday for five local American Legion baseball programs — all of which are competing at the Logan Diamond Classic. Green Canyon, Blacksmith Fork (Mountain Crest), Logan, North Cache (Sky View) and Ridgeline all played two games to wrap up pool play in the annual three-day tournament. Green Canyon, Blacksmith Fork, Logan and North Cache served as the host sites for their respective pools, while Ridgeline is competing in Green Canyon’s pool.
Smithfield, UTupr.org

Updated Article: Smithfield Temple Location Announced

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has released the specific location of a new, relatively large temple planned for Smithfield. According to a Thursday announcement on the church’s website, the Smithfield temple will be constructed on a 13.3-acre site at the intersection of 800 West and 100 North, near Birch Creek Elementary. The church purchased the property last summer and is currently leasing it out for agricultural use while the planning, still in early stages, proceeds.
Mendon, UTHerald-Journal

Barn fire in Mendon to last one to two days

A barn fire in Mendon may burn into the weekend after firefighters knocked down the initial blaze late Thursday night. Firefighters responded to the scene around 11:40 p.m. on Thursday. Mendon City Fire Chief Ray Olsen said the barn was fully engulfed with flames at least 20 feet high when fire crews arrived.
Cove, UTGephardt Daily

Update: Bennion Creek Fire now 5k acres, 10% contained

SCHOFIELD, Utah, June 11, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) — The #BennionCreekFire near Schofield is 10% contained and has burned approximately 5,000 acres, Utah Fire Info tweeted late Friday night. “Crews focused on constructing hand lines around east of Starvation Creek and protected structures in the Aspen Cove community,” the tweet said....
Mendon, UTGephardt Daily

Man arrested after alleged abuse of 2-month-old baby girl in Mendon

MENDON, Utah, June 10, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) — A man has been arrested after allegedly abusing a 2-month-old baby girl in Mendon. A probable cause statement from the 1st District Court of Logan said Nathen Aaron LeFevre, 20, is facing two charges of child abuse, a second-degree felony. Deputies from...
Nibley, UTnibleycity.com

Heritage Days Discovery Hunt via Goose Chase!

Sign up your family team for FREE, and complete fun challenges for a chance at $300 in prizes from MyDiscoveryDestination.com. Challenges include unique Nibley Heritage Days experiences, or are fun random challenges. Plan on an experience suitable for all ages, and even more fun than chasing a goose. HOW TO...
Logan, UTHerald-Journal

Artists, organizers excited for Summerfest's 2021 return

Logan’s Summerfest Arts Faire is back on for June 17-19 after being cancelled last year, with several art booths, musical performances and food vendors in the works. This year’s Summerfest will be at the Cache County Fairgrounds instead of the usual location at the Tabernacle. Executive director Elaine Thatcher said...
Idaho StateIdaho State Journal

Osprey among birds illegally killed in Southeast Idaho

Idaho Fish and Game is seeking information regarding the illegal killing of four non-game birds in separate incidents near the town of Preston in Franklin County. Over a period of time between late April and early May, two pelicans were shot and left in Glendale Reservoir outside of Preston. In two other incidents, an osprey and a Swainson’s hawk were shot near the city-owned water tanks off of Glendale Road.
Richmond, UTHerald-Journal

Speak out Tuesday on Richmond sewer rate

This letter is for the citizens of Richmond, Utah. I was made aware of a public hearing that the City Council is holding on Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 6:30 p.m. The public hearing is to discuss raising the sewer rate by $20 to $25 per month. Apparently, when this sewer...