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The Power of 10+

The Power of 10+

Adam Winger, director, North Logan City Library “The library website has been hacked!” My week started off with a little more drama than usual as I tried to figure out why our web address, as well as 17 other libraries’ websites, had been targeted by hackers. My quick...

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Five Reasons to Take Your Family to Downtown Logan

Five Reasons to Take Your Family to Downtown Logan

Melanie Christensen, editorial intern Now that the weather is starting to warm up, you may be itching to get your family out of the house. When you do, consider taking a trip downtown. Downtown Logan is constantly growing, and you’re bound to find plenty of wholesome...

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Performing Arts in Cache Valley

Performing Arts in Cache Valley

Tara Bone, contributing writer  Once again, it’s that time of day. You can’t run and you can’t hide. You must prepare for the unrelenting moments that test every ounce of parental patience you possess. It’s time for the kids to practice their musical instruments. If...

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Winter Family Fun in Cache Valley

Winter Family Fun in Cache Valley

ICE SKATING Eccles Ice Center—Cheap Skate, Family Night Merlin Olsen Central Park—outside rink, free to skate, small fee to rent skates; season only open if it is cold and snowy enough Cherry Peak SKIING Beaver Mountain Cherry Peak Ski Utah offers cheaper...

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Ella’s Park: Giving the Gift of Play

Ella’s Park will be the first all-inclusive playground in Richmond where children of all abilities can play in a safe and welcoming environment. Jennifer Campbell, project coordinator, said this project was inspired by three-year-old Ella, who has been blind since...

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Arts and Culture

Arts and Culture

If you want to discover a world of art and culture, take advantage of these local resources to learn more about your community and relish in its rich culture. Fine Arts Cache Valley Center for the Arts 43 S Main St. – Logan Monday- Friday: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m....

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Bankers in Boots: Getting to Know Your Banker

Bankers in Boots: Getting to Know Your Banker

Mitchell Perkins, marketing, Lewiston State Bank Rodeos are in full swing this time of year. Every second counts, and the rodeo has you cheering as loud as you can while sitting on the edge of your seat. Whether it’s the attire, the food or those bucking broncos and...

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South-End Schools Prepare to Transition

South-End Schools Prepare to Transition

by Mike Liechty, deputy superintendent, Cache County School District The new Ridgeline High School is on schedule and will open in August 2016. This new high school brings a new district grade configuration and boundary adjustments in the south-end of the valley. All...

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Beginning Cycling Tips

Beginning Cycling Tips

by Troy Oldham, race director, Cache Gran Fondo  Having made it through another harsh Utah winter, your friends and neighbors are beginning to thaw out by wearing stretchy shorts, tight tops, helmets and disappearing for hours each day. You hear them talk about...

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A Bright Idea Comes to Kids Summer Movies

by Jeff Whipple, marketing and vice president, Megaplex Theatres  Most children and adults enjoy a fun outing to the movie. Most people, but not necessarily everyone. With a dark auditorium lit only by a giant picture on screen along with massive sound blasting from...

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Staycation + Day Trip Ideas

Staycation + Day Trip Ideas

by Shaelynn Miller, contributing writer  You can spend time with your family this summer without breaking the bank. Try a staycation or a day trip. Here are some places you can take your family close to home. Bear Lake Are you thinking about a day trip or camping trip...

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Cache Valley Summer Festivals

Cache Valley Summer Festivals

JUNE Art on the Lawn artonthelawncachevalley.net Cache Valley Storytelling Festival facebook.com/cvstorytellingfestival Clarkston Pony Express Days facebook.com/Clarkston-Pony-Express-Day-304574376280001 Logan Trails Festival logandowntown.blogspot.com...

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Easter Egg Hunt Roundup

Easter Egg Hunt Roundup

HYRUM Easter Egg Hunt Hyrum City Square April 15 @ 9 a.m. LOGAN Downtown Easter Walk Downtown Logan April 15 @ 10 a.m. Meet the Easter Bunny Stork Landing April 14 @ 3 p.m. *Treats will be handed out all day MILLVILLE Easter Egg Hunt Millville City Park...

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Kids Eat Free

Kids Eat Free

Promotions can change at any time, so please check with the individual restaurant prior to dining. Cafe Sabor — Monday (one free kids meal per one adult entrée) The Crepery — Monday (one free kids meal per one adult crepe) Waffle Iron - Monday (kids eat free all day)...

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Family Fun in Cache Valley

Family Fun in Cache Valley

FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT American West Heritage Center Angie’s: Clean the Sink Bounce and Slide Cache Valley Direct: cheaper ways to have fun Elevation Rock Gym Family Place Fun Park Gossner’s Cheese Factory Home Depot: Kids Club Logan Lanes Logan Recreation...

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Five Great Ways to Celebrate Easter

Five Great Ways to Celebrate Easter

by Jonathan Badger, president, Lee’s Marketplace  Spring is here and Easter is fast approaching. Now is the time when many Cache Valley families look forward to going outside and enjoying the beauty that surrounds our community. As a local native, I’m happy to share...

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The Debut of a New Christmas Carol

The Debut of a New Christmas Carol

It's the first year of what's sure to become many for a brand new Christmas carol and destined to become a family favorite for the holidays. "Who Fills Santa's Stocking?" was first written as a new Christmas carol the week before Christmas 2013. The author, Doreese...

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