Local business is inspired by community support
After shifting its product and service offerings during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, a small business in Logan is starting to transition back.
Cache Valley’s newest food truck is a hot spot for hot chocolate
Cache Valley’s newest food truck is here, and the owners are passionate about creating a delicious hot chocolate treat.
Hobble Creek Barn Boutique reopens after a year of closure
Hobble Creek Barn Boutique in Mapleton had its grand reopening on Feb. 3 after a year of closure due to coronavirus restrictions.
Serious buyers are keeping a Missoula farmers market afloat
Fewer people have visited the Clark Fork River Market in Missoula this season, but vendors and organizers say business has nonetheless remained steady throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scooter company in contact with Logan, but Bird isn't ready to fly just yet
One of the nation’s largest electric scooter-share companies has submitted an application to operate in Logan.
Fresh Mex might cost a pretty peso if Trump has his way
Mexican restaurant owners serving their country’s traditional dishes throughout Northern Utah expressed dismay at President Donald Trump’s proposal to impose a 20 percent tariff on Mexican imported goods to fund the building of a border wall.
Supply-and-demand cycle shaken by on-again-off-again kratom ban
Veteran users of the herbal supplement kratom may be slowing down their habit in the wake of a Drug Enforcement Administration announcement that it would reclassify the drug as a Schedule 1 controlled substance, according to employees of tobacco and vape ...
Logan bakery has successful first wine and cheese night
Palates were pleased at Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread Friday night, as the Logan bakery held its first wine and cheese night.
Local clothing store celebrates grand opening at new location
On Friday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. a local women's clothing boutique will be celebrating its grand opening. During these times there will be giveaways, refreshments and "swag bags."
Richmond businesses launch employer-owned healthcare center
Two Richmond business owners have launched an employer-owned medical center to provide healthcare for their employees.