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Sarah Cox and Derik Jensen

Clark and Dana Cox are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Sarah to Derik Robert Jensen, son of Thomas and TraciLynn Jensen of Lewiston, Utah. They will be married May 20th in the Logan temple. There will be a reception in their honor Thursday May 19th located at 597 North State Street Preston Idaho from 7:00-9:00 PM.
LEWISTON, UT
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Prep softball: Riverhawks sitting pretty after first day at state

There was no rust after not playing for more than a week. Ridgeline came out and was all business on the first day of Bracket Play at the 4A State Softball Championship. The Riverhawks are sitting pretty after Wednesday, having won two games and in the driver’s seat to take Bracket 2.
MILLVILLE, UT
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Logan police launch investigation to identify hit-and-run suspect

The Logan Police Department are currently looking for a hit-and-run driver who struck a bicyclist Monday morning and left the scene of the crime. The victim of this hit-and-run was hurt but the extent of their injuries was not disclosed by the police department but it’s being reported that they will be okay after some recovery. Their identity wasn’t revealed either.
LOGAN, UT
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Truck crashes in Garden City extending string of incidents at T-intersection

A semitractor-trailer crashed in in Garden City on Tuesday after failing to negotiate the T-intersection at U.S. 89 and Bear Lake Boulevard. On Tuesday morning around 6 a.m., the semi was headed out of Logan Canyon towards Garden City. According to Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Cade Brenchley, the driver said his brakes were functioning fine near the runaway truck ramp — a 3.4 million cable system located roughly a mile from the intersection — but turned “spongy and soft” a half mile later. Brenchley said those characteristics are typical of overly hot brake pads.
GARDEN CITY, UT
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Mendon, Cache County plan comeback for popular mountain biking trail

Wayne’s Loop, a popular mountain biking and hiking trail that was closed in June of last year, is scheduled to make a comeback sometime during 2023 or 2024 as Mendon city and Cache County are working together to provide adequate accessibility to the area. According to County Executive David...
CACHE COUNTY, UT
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Logan holding contest for Pioneer Day Parade grand marshal

1.) Ride in the lead vehicle. Parade marshals don’t give speeches, aren’t showered with gifts, can’t boss anybody around. But they might be introduced and recognized at a town council meeting or asked to show up for a promotional photo before the big event, and they of course must wear the honor well.
LOGAN, UT
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Valley saying so long to Saddleback Mountain landmark

The eyes of Cache Valley residents often linger on the surrounding mountains, so nearly everyone has likely noticed the microwave reflectors on Saddleback Mountain just east of Logan, even if they’ve never known the purpose of the billboard-like structures. Or the lack of purpose, you might say, because the...
LOGAN, UT
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GC’s season comes to end in nailbiting fashion

The Wolves put together the kind of rally their players, coaches and fans will likely remember for years to come. Unfortunately for Green Canyon's baseball team, it still wasn't quite able to cap a five-run comeback with an epic victory in an elimination game in the 4A state tournament on a hot and sunny Wednesday afternoon at Bruce Hurst Field in St. George.
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Indians' baseball season ends

The Indians had a great season finishing with a 12-8-1 record. Unfortunately, they could not find a way past Pocatello and their season ended at the 4A District 5 tournament last week. Though they were second in the district, only one team goes to state. On May 10 Preston traveled...
PRESTON, ID

WANTED: Logan hit-and-run driver leaves bicyclist injured

LOGAN, Utah (ABC4) – Police are searching for a suspect who allegedly struck a bicyclist in Logan before driving off on Monday. Logan City Police Department says the hit-and-run accident happened near the intersection of 1800 N. 600 W. around 8:30 a.m. Police say the bicyclist was injured during the hit-and-run collision. Authorities have captured […]
LOGAN, UT
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Logan City Council continues controversial Ellis neighborhood rezone

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Semi rolls over in Garden City

GARDEN CITY, Utah, May 17, 2022 (Gephardt Daily) — A semi truck rolled onto its side Tuesday in a Garden City area that has a history of similar crashes. The truck was eastbound on U.S.-89 at about 6 a.m., approaching an intersection with Bear Lake Boulevard, Sgt. Cameron Roden, Utah Highway Patrol, told Gephardt Daily.
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Semi loses brakes, rollsover in Garden City

Tuesday morning, a semi tipped over at the only traffic light in Garden City. This particular intersection has a long history of runaway trucks. However, these accidents are becoming less frequent thanks to a runaway ramp.
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