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Lost pet microchipping program will launch in Logan

September 17, 2018

Matthew LaPlante

Lost pets will be mandatorily microchipped under a new law in the city of Logan. The ordinance will require the animal to receive a data chip prior to its release back to its owner. According to the r...

Sapling sculpture will only last two years -- and that's the point

September 17, 2018

Matthew LaPlante

The lawn tucked between the Merrill Cazier Library and the engineering building at Utah State University was nothing more than another patch of grass on campus. This month it became the working ground...

Scooter company is in contact with Logan

September 15, 2018

Matthew LaPlante

One of the nation's largest electric scooter-share companies has submitted an application to operate in Logan....

Multiple prescribed fires planned for Cache National Forest

September 09, 2018

Matthew LaPlante

Four separate sections of the Cache National Forest will soon be ablaze. The prescribed fires are lit periodically to mimic natural fire progression and to help maintain biodiversity in the forest....

New assistant coach's impact already being felt by Aggie women

September 01, 2018

Matthew LaPlante

Three months into her tenure as an assistant coach, Paris Johnson's focus on post play is already paying dividends for the Utah State University women's basketball team....

New library developed by USU students benefits Latino children

April 22, 2017

Two students at Utah State University are excited about the upcoming opening of the new library they developed for a nonprofit in Cache Valley. They are hoping it will increase literacy among Latino c...

Deportation fears prevent some Latinos in Cache Valley from going to church

April 22, 2017

As undocumented immigrants in Northern Utah anxiously wait to see what the new administration's focus on illegal immigration will mean for their lives, many Latinos in Cache Valley are turning to thei...

USU anthropology team returns favors to Peru after flooding

April 22, 2017

Anthropology students and faculty at Utah State University are raising money for a village in Peru, where El Nino has caused heavy flooding in regions of the northern coast....

Cache Valley residents contribute their stories to performance about depression

April 10, 2017

The Facing Project came to Logan on Friday with its newest show, "Facing Depression in Cache Valley," which took aim at stereotypes of people who struggle with depression in their lives....

Immigration-related survey 'meaningless' say USU professors, surveyor disagrees

April 10, 2017

Political science professors at Utah State University called a recent immigration-related survey "biased" and "meaningless" because of how it was conducted....

7 degrees hotter this March -- and that's likely just the start, scientist says

March 28, 2017

Anomalous temperatures in February and March indicate that temperatures are rising earlier in the year and by increased margins. The consequence this year has been rapid snow melting -- and flooding -...

Advocates ask for more public responsibility on trails

March 27, 2017

Trail advocates in Northern Utah are trying to remind members of the public to treat the region's trails with respect....

Regional campus leaders from Utah State hear concerns about advising process

March 27, 2017

Utah State University-Brigham City's dean, Tom Lee, said he's heard from several students who have complained about advising....

Authors of 'Maze Runner,' 'Nemesis' and 'Matched' prank, prattle and praise at library event

March 26, 2017

Saturday brought the latest installment of the Provo City Library's AuthorLink series, featuring New York Times best-selling young adult authors - and close friends - James Dashner, Brendan Reichs and...

Wrestling coach takes the fight for gender equity one opponent at a time

March 16, 2017

Throughout her life Olivia Fatongia has had to fight for respect as a wrestler. Now she's fighting again - this time alongside the athletes she coaches, who have taken their struggle for gender equali...

Cache County asked to shrink by an acre to benefit Weber housing development

March 15, 2017

The Cache County Council is considering a request to transfer an acre of property to Weber County. If approved, the land transfer -- which would cede a plot of land near the Powder Mountain ski resort...

Northern Utah officials say highway plan puts wetland preservation over human lives

March 15, 2017

Utah Department of Transportation planners have honed in on a road configuration they believe will improve safety and efficiency -- and pass environmental muster -- when a heavily trafficked Northern ...

Iconic landmark in Providence to soon undergo renovations

March 15, 2017

In preparation for the renovation of the historic Old Rock Church in Providence, owner Ralph Call is about to begin restoring a bungalow that sits on the same property....

Composer says performance of his piece was 'beautiful in every way'

March 14, 2017

A musical score that premiered in Utah on Sunday got enthusiastic reviews from its composer, who said it was the best performance in the history of the 12-year-old piece....

Woman's suicide attempt stokes warnings about stopping mental health meds during pregnancy

March 03, 2017

In the wake of a suicide attempt by a woman who stopped taking medication for her bipolar disorder when she became pregnant, police and psychologists in Northern Utah are warning against the arbitrary...

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