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  • Get out of the summer heat and enjoy one of the many live performances offered in Cache Valley July 21, 2019
    Despite the heat of the summer months, there are still plenty of things the residents of Cache Valley can enjoy right here in their own backyard. Julie Hollist Terrill, Director of the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, recommends taking advantage of the arts. “Get inside an air-conditioned theater, and I don’t mean a movie theater. Go […]
    Megan Bowen
  • Mendon’s Willie rock home is an icon of pioneer times July 21, 2019
    The James G. Willie rock house, located at 97 N. 100 W. in Mendon, stands as a reminder of the pioneer heritage that exists in Cache Valley. The home, restored by his great-great grandson and Mendon resident Paul Willie, takes visitors back to the great undertaking of the pioneers. Some 70,000 people traveled nearly 4,000 miles from Europe, then […]
    Rod Boam
  • 2020 wildland restoration project aims to prevent destructive wildfires July 20, 2019
    Utah’s Watershed Restoration Initiative (WRI), coordinated by the Utah Department of Natural Resources (DNR), announced $36 million in funding for 121 wildland restoration and rehabilitation projects statewide, with a goal of improving over 173,000 acres of land. One of the biggest projects in Northern Utah is the Red Ryder Pre-commercial Thinning, Rich and Cache Counties […]
    Megan Bowen
  • Richmond man arraigned on charges of causing two-alarm fire July 19, 2019
    LOGAN — A 49-year-old Richmond man has been ordered to stay in jail, after being charged with causing a fire that destroyed a garage and damaged his grandmother’s home. Derek G. Parkinson is being held in the Cache County Jail without bail, since being arrested after the fire Tuesday night. Parkinson was arraigned in 1st […]
    Will Feelright
  • Utah picks 8 growers for medical marijuana program July 19, 2019
    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah chose eight companies Friday to legally grow medical cannabis for the first time in the conservative state, though the decision to award a smaller number of licenses raised concerns among advocates about whether supply would be robust enough. The state’s Department of Agriculture announced the picks Friday morning. The […]
    Associated Press

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