Parks and Recreation Department considers options for privatizing golf course management
Logan city officials are considering options for Logan River Golf Course management in an attempt to eliminate the subsidy the course requires.
Is Logan about to bag its plastic habit?
A proposed ban on plastic bags will be discussed in a public hearing at a Logan Municipal Council meeting on Feb. 5.
Will Logan land be ‘nibbled to death by ducks’?
Rezoning land in the Cliffside area of Logan will encourage housing stability, city leaders believe, but likely will also contribute to urban sprawl in Cache Valley.
After record snowfall, not a lick of salt left for Northern Utah roads
Cache County is scrambling for salt to clear the roads — and the money to pay for it.
Some in Logan are fawning over deer abatement program, others buck at the idea
Logan residents are nearly evenly split on whether the city should take action to reduce the population of deer within city limits, according to the results of a new survey — and the lack of a clear majority opinion on the matter has left city leaders sti...
Logan council approves housing unit, blocking some residents’ views of Utah State
The Logan City Council on Tuesday approved a new student housing unit near Utah State University — over the objections of some residents who said their cherished views of Old Main would be blocked.
Parking enforcers fear new ordinance will cost jobs, result in more towed cars
Parking enforcement companies in Logan are worried a new ordinance regulating the time in which boots must be removed from cars could kill business and result in more towed cars.
Bookmobile’s half-century of service could come to an end with Tuesday
Community members are scrambling to find support for their bookmobile — the library-on-wheels that has been serving rural Cache County for the past 50 years.
Logan government to residents: Stop poaching deer in city limits
Some Logan residents have been illegally adding to their antler collections by poaching the deer that roam the city’s streets.
Federal program to promote LGBT pride in rural America met with uncertainty in Utah
A federal campaign to “promote and strengthen” LGBT communities in rural America is being met with a bit of skepticism in Utah — from an LBGT advocate.