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Bear Lake’s enormous economic impact on Utah

RICH COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – Thousands of Utahans will head up to Bear Lake this weekend to celebrate Independence Day.  As waves of people flood the small communities surrounding the lake, they will spend millions of dollars. A survey by the Bear River Association of Governments looks at how much visitors spent last year. The […]
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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.
RICHMOND, UT
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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.
PRESTON, ID
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Dennis Phillips

Dennis Perry Phillips, beloved husband, father, brother, and friend to all who knew him passed away at his home on June 29, 2022. Dennis was born in Preston, Idaho on January 25, 1946, and graduated from Westside High where he played every sport available to young men and served as Student Body President his Senior year. As the oldest son in a family of 8 children, he had a great deal of responsibility growing up and learned early in life the value of a strong work ethic. He took that discipline with him to the Pennines of England, where he served an honorable mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
PRESTON, ID
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Douglas Blaine Tabot – Cache Valley Daily

October 6, 1962 — June 29, 2022 (age 59) 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.
PRESTON, ID
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More help being planned to address the veterinary shortage in the Intermountain West – Cache Valley Daily

CACHE COUNTY — Senator Chris Wilson and others championed some funding through the state to get a new veterinarian school started at Utah State University. At the same time, there’s a big veterinarian shortage, so the efforts at USU and the Bridgerland Technical College and other technical colleges will help quite a bit. In addition, New Visions Veterinary has proposed a school campus that incorporates housing and an animal hospital.
CACHE COUNTY, UT

Dog attacked by mountain lion cub near Idaho-Utah border

HYDE PARK, Utah — If anyone in the Hyde Park area stumbles upon an unusual cat, it may be wise to refrain from any desires to pet the animal. Harley, a dog, was attacked by a mountain lion cub while on a walk with her owner on Friday evening in this town near the Idaho-Utah border. According to a comment from Hyde Park government on its Facebook page, the incident took place near 200 North and 200 East. ...
HYDE PARK, UT
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Softball roundup from Bear Lake tourney

On June 16-18, the city of Montpelier was flooded with girls’ softball players. Forty-nine teams participated in the 24th annual Bear Lake Girls Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament. Teams traveled to the valley from locations throughout Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. Bear Lake had six local teams participate in the tournament, including...
MONTPELIER, ID
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All-Valley Baseball: Geertsen sparkled in lone season at GC

NORTH LOGAN — He played just one season at Green Canyon, but oh what a season it was. Zack Geertsen moved north and became a Wolf because of Chinese — the language that is. He couldn’t reach his goals in the language at Corner Canyon High School in Draper. He had ties here since his dad is a Cache Valley native, so he moved for his senior year.
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Miles, Travis H.

Travis H Miles, 56, passed on June 25, 2022. He was born to Gerald Henry Miles and Helen Priscilla Hansen in Logan, Utah on August 14, 1965. At the young age of seven, Travis was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes which led to many hardships in his life. Travis graduated from Sky View High School in 1983 and later received several certifications from Bridgerland Applied Technology Center. In 1989 after being on dialysis due to diabetes complications, Travis received a kidney transplant at the age of 24 which failed almost immediately after. He was lucky to receive a second transplant which proceeded to last him almost 30 years. In 1995 Travis married Heather Glenn, and they lived in Smithfield, Utah until 2005 when they divorced. In 2006 Travis met the love of his life, LaNette Hansen, and married into his forever family; becoming father to 4. Austin, Arron (Audrey), Angela (Jim and Zoey), and Kyle. They lived in Hyde Park, Utah where they built their family home. Travis and LaNette divorced in 2014; however, his relationship with his family remained unbreakable. His daughter Angela and he remained especially close. Travis was lovingly called Papa by his grand daughter Zoey. Travis started working at Bourns in 1992 and continued there until he retired in 2020 when he started dialysis for the second time. Travis was a friend to all and was passionate about affecting the most positive change in people. He was often heard saying, "Don't waste your energy being upset. Let it roll off of you like water off a ducks back." Travis is greatly loved by so many and will be especially missed. Funeral services will be on Friday, July 1st at the Smithfield LDS chapel, 79 E 200 S in Smithfield. A viewing will be held on Thursday evening from 6-8 p.m. at Allen-Hall Mortuary, 34 E Center in Logan, and from 9:30-10:30 a.m. prior to services at the church. We ask that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the IMC Transplant Center 5169 S. Cottonwood St., No. 320, Murray, UT 84107, in memory of Travis Miles. To view the funeral live visit the link provided at allenmortuaries.com under his obituary.
LOGAN, UT
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