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Cache Valley crowd protests Roe v. Wade reversal

In protest to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, more than 200 people stood outside of the Historic Cache County Courthouse Wednesday evening in support of abortion rights. The reversal of the 1973 case gives individual states the power to regulate abortions. Though Utah’s trigger...
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Road Trippin' - Explore Logan

Sarah Jenkins is in Logan to discover the beauty, activities and food options of this beautiful area of Utah. She is with Grant Sumsion of Hobble Creek Outfitters to discuss the canyon and they adventures they offer. Find out more at: Explore Logan. This week's Road Trippin' sponsored by General...

Slightly Off Center: Preparing a Wikipedia entry for 'Loganistan'

I joked to someone that it was great to be back in Loganistan after week away in the Great American Vacation Land. Summer travel just reinforces that the national Lampoon Vacation movies have an air of documentary realism. They could only be improved with the voiceover of Peter Coyote and/or Morgan Freeman. Ken Burns could zoom into still photos of gasoline prices and crabby kids languishing in lukewarm motel pools. Uncle Eddie could say more profound things such as “It’s time to get busy living or get busy dying” and “How can you be so obtuse?”

New restaurant in Richmond blends good food with positive messages

RICHMOND – A new restaurant in Richmond has opened with a unique mission to feed the body and nourish the soul. SoulFull Cafe, located at 196 West Main in Richmond, is a “wellness cafe” and serves more than delicious, nutritious and made-from-scratch meals. Co-owner of the restaurant, Esterlee Molyneux, says it also serves up positive affirmations.

Congrats to victorious track star Ana Weaver

Congratulations to the Cache Valley athletes who competed in the USA Track and Field Championships last week in Eugene Oregon (HJ’ June 28-B1). I am puzzled, though, why the article made no mention of Ana Weaver who stood on the victory podium twice having won first and second places in the junior division 5K and 3K races. As a result of those wins, she will be going to Columbia in August to compete in the Under 20 Junior World Championships.


60 in 60: #44 Utah State’s Hunter Reynolds (Safety)

SALT LAKE CITY – The countdown for Hans & Scotty’s 60 in 60 is on. Coming in at #44 is Utah State’s Hunter Reynolds (S). Throughout the summer Hans & Scotty are counting down the top 60 college football players in the state of Utah as voted on by the media (and a fan ballot).
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Geodesic Dome Now Available for Camping in Downey

A new type of glamping experience is now available in Southeast Idaho. Instead of spending the night outdoors in a tent, you could spend it in a dome away from home. In rural Downey, in the middle of peace and quiet, sits a geodesic dome. The Howe family had 1,000...

Douglas Blaine Talbot

Douglas Blaine Talbot 10/6/1962 - 6/29/2022 Douglas Blaine Tabot, 59, passed away peacefully on June 29, 2022, at Portneuf Medical Center from complications of kidney and liver failure. He was surrounded by his loving wife and two children. Doug was born on October 6, 1962, in Preston, Idaho, the son of LaVern and Margaret Talbot. Doug grew up on the family farm in Winder, Idaho with his seven brothers and one sister as well as many cousins. They enjoyed working hard alongside their father as well as hunting and fishing in the surrounding area.

Chad Glenn Holmgren

Chad Glenn Holmgren 1/15/1967 - 6/27/2022 Chad Glenn Holmgren, loving husband, father, son, brother, and friend, passed away on June 27, 2022, in Penrose, Utah. He was born in Logan, Utah on January 15, 1967, to Clair (Pete) Holmgren and Linda Holmgren. Chad was raised, lived, and worked most of his life beside his family members on their beloved Connor Springs Ranch in Penrose, Utah. He loved being outdoors and was always working to improve the ranch to his meticulous standards. He loved animals, especially dogs, chickens, and horses, but not snakes! He grew up riding horses and had a knack for training them to be spirited just like him. The ranch was his home, his life, and his sanctuary.

Man who failed to report roommate’s death and sold his property enters plea agreement

POCATELLO — A Downey man who lived in the home of his dead friend for days and sold that friend’s property has reached a plea agreement. Joshua Jay Bluemel, 38, has agreed to enter guilty pleas for felony charges of destruction of evidence and possession of methamphetamine, court records show. The Bannock County Prosecutor’s Office will dismiss a felony charge for failure to report a death in exchange for the plea.

Southern Utah OL transfer Austin Leausa commits to Utah State

Southern Utah offensive lineman Austin Leausa is transferring to Utah State. The 6-foot-5, 315-pound Leausa announced his decision on Twitter on Thursday. Leausa, a graduate of West Jordan High School in 2017, served a mission for the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints before playing in the 2021 spring and fall seasons for the Thunderbirds.