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‘We made the wrong call’: Cache County School District scrutinized over snow day no-call
CACHE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) — The Cache County School District came under heavy fire on social media Wednesday morning after choosing to hold schools on a regular school schedule after a night of heavy snow. Now, Cache County School District is admitting it made the wrong call. Northern Utah...
Experience La Dolce Vita in Smithfield: The 3 Must-Visit Italian Restaurants
In this article, we will be exploring three exquisite Italian restaurants in Smithfield. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear from you! Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
Unexpected Heavy Slush Challenges Cache Valley Residents and UDOT Plow Drivers
• Cache Valley in Utah experienced heavy, slushy snowfall that made it difficult for residents to clear their driveways and sidewalks. • The Utah Department of Transportation plow drivers had a hard time keeping up with the fast-accumulating slush.
Logan man arrested for allegedly keying multiple cars outside apartment complex – Cache Valley Daily
LOGAN — A 24-year-old Logan man has been arrested for allegedly damaging multiple vehicles at an apartment complex, according to law enforcement. Riley Kenneth Christensen has been in the Cache County Jail since being booked on Saturday, Feb. 17. Christensen made his first appearance before a judge Tuesday in...
Wednesday PM headlines: Bill would give $900M to construct baseball stadium
Cache County School District criticized for keeping schools open after heavy snow. The Cache County School District faced criticism on social media this morning after choosing not to delay or cancel school after a night of heavy snow. Northern Utah saw heavy snow beginning Tuesday night. Wednesday morning, the Cache...
Cache Valley gets slammed with snow – Cache Valley Daily
LOGAN – Talk about a weather nightmare. Wednesday morning Cache County got slammed with snow much to everyone’s surprise. While people were just getting out of bed, they probably had no idea the amount of snow had fallen and what awaited them during the morning hours. Some people...
Election worker charged with corrupt conduct after allegedly forging vote machine document
LOGAN, Utah (KUTV) — A Utah election worker who was placed on administrative leave in December 2023 was charged Friday with willful neglect of duty and corrupt conduct. According to the charge, Dustin James Hansen, 31, of Nibley, is accused of making changes to a document he was responsible for. The discrepancy was caught by an employee in Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson's office, which oversees Utah's elections.
KDXU Sunrise Stories for February 21, 2024: Colorado Murder Suspect Arrested in Southern Utah
Dustin Hansen, a former official from Cache County, is being charged with willful neglect of duty and corrupt conduct by a poll worker. Hansen reportedly forged the date of the required test of tabulating machines to the Utah Lieutenant Governor’s Office during the 2023 election. A state investigation revealed...
Logan mayor talks economy, snowfall and more in State of the City address
In her State of the City address Tuesday night, Logan Mayor Holly Daines recapped a busy year for the city, which was full of updates and improvements. Along with detailing the changes to the city throughout 2023, Daines also provided a forecast of what’s to come. She said the...
Franklin council appoints new councilman
Valentines’ Day delivered a new councilman to Franklin on Wed., Feb. 14. Mayor Packer used his authority to fill a vacancy left by Lyle Fuller’s resignation last month, and presented the name of Bruce Baughman. Baughman is from Legacy and the council reviewed his background and qualifications before Wednesday’s meeting. There was some discussion about the fact that he was not there in person, but the recommendation was approved, and the seat has been filled.
USU hosts Women and America’s Vietnam War Symposium – Cache Valley Daily
LOGAN – To kick off Women’s History Month in March Utah State University has announced the Women and America’s Vietnam War Symposium, Friday March 1, at the Eccles Conference Center. It will be a day-long event on the USU campus, it is free and open to the...
Prep boys hoops: Pirates punch ticket to state; Preston staves off elimination
It wasn’t an ideal end to the regular season for the Pirates as they lost three of their final five games, which ultimately cost them the No. 1 seed for the district tournament. Nevertheless, West Side’s boys basketball team didn’t lose its focus. Instead, the Pirates regrouped and proceeded...
Preston council hears from library board about fundraising
The City of Preston City Council meeting on Feb. 12 began with approving the consent calendar. New business licenses for Lance Harrison, 617 East 145 South, H2 Customs LLC and Derek Ritter, 210 S Main St, Lewiston UT DMR Construction were also presented. A public hearing was opened concerning the...
Musical Chairs continue as Aztecs lose on the road to Utah State, 68-63, drop out of conference lead.
San Diego State succumbs to the road woes losing to Utah State 68-63. Aztecs now in third place behind the Aggies and Boise State. On a Tuesday evening in Logan, Utah, the number 19 ranked Aztecs were faced with an unenviable task of taking on conference foe Utah State at home. The Aztecs had recently beaten the Aggies 81-67 back in San Diego on February 3, but as this conference is noted for, there is a distinct advantage for the home team. This evening, the Aggies showed their superiority by defeating the Aztecs by five in front of 9,233 fans at Dee Glen Smith Spectrum/Stew Morrill Court and a national television audience. This was the 5th out of 6 road games that the Aztecs have lost. Besides Air Force, the last time the Aztecs won on the road was back in December at Gonzaga. Utah State (22-5, 10-4 MWC) found a new fighter in guard Darius Brown II who scored a season-high 25 points including five from outside the arc. Great Osobor, a strong contender for Player of the Year in the conference added 17 points, seven rebounds and seven assists. The Aggies were coming off of a 20 point road loss at Colorado State and were needing to find their mo-jo. Aggie starters contributed 62 of their 68 points. Not much bench production, but there are those games where the starters are clicking. Looking at the team stats, one would think that the Aggies could have lost. The Aztecs (20-7, 9-5 MWC) outrebounded them and had more steals, more points off turnovers, and more fast break points, but the Aztecs struggled to convert shots and finish plays. San Diego State shot only 42.9% from the field and was an anemic 3-19 from three-point range. This effectively allowed Utah State to take a five-point lead at halftime and maintain that throughout the rest of the game. First-year Utah State coach Danny Sprinkle was exuberant in his post-game presser. “I told the guys before the game, you’ve got to go show how great you are today. You are on national TV playing a national runner-up. Go show who you are, and they did.” It is not known what sprinkles the coach chose for his post-game ice cream.
A Son Remembers
TODD THOMAS: Mother's Day '94 I had mailed some pictures to my mom of myself and my two children and I waited a few days and I called her from work to see if she had received the card and the photos. Well, she had. And I anticipated a scolding because when I pulled out of that driveway two years earlier, I was a brand new Brigham Young University graduate. Short hair...
Teachers weigh in on fusing technology into classroom curriculum – Cache Valley Daily
LOGAN — On KVNU’s For the People program on Monday, Logan City School District (LCSD) superintendent Frank Schofield commented on a bill before the Utah legislature that would make it illegal to require an employee to have a certain app on a device unless you’re providing the device for them. He said that sounds like a good idea at face value.
Five Preston boys capture district titles
Five Preston wrestlers reigned supreme at the 4A Fifth District Championships, which were contested Thursday at Century High School. Porter Campbell (98), Krew Keller (106) and twin brother Peyton Keller (120), Tavin Rigby (145) and two-time returning 4A state runner-up Micah Serr (182) all earned the right to stand on the top spot of the podium for the Indians.
Preston falls at home
Preston remains alive but lost their home court advantage on Feb. 15 with a 61-66 loss to visiting Pocatello in their opening game of the 4A District 5 tournament. The Indians hosted an elimination game against Century on Feb. 20 (score unavailable at press time). A win sends them to Pocatello on Thursday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. where instead of being champions if they win, they must come home and face the Thunder again on Saturday, Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. to secure the only state berth from the district.
Two hospitalized in multi-vehicle crash on I-84
Two people have been hospitalized after several vehicles were involved in an accident around 12:15 p.m. on Sunday, according to the Utah Highway Patrol.
Developing Town: From the 20’s and Beyond
( Editorial Note: Part 361 of a series of further development in the early days that impacted Franklin County. Sources: Franklin County Citizen, 1915-1941; Hometown Sketchbook, compiled by Newell Hart; Cache Valley Clarion, 1940-1941; Preston Citizen, 1942–1945) The huge interest in having up-to-date transportation, that of the automobile, had...