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When a Family Business Means More

When a Family Business Means More

Emily Buckley, editor in chief  As Christie Stock, president of Discount Tire, faced the reality of the pandemic head-on in March, she and the rest of her leadership team decided to take the approach of considering what they needed to do to be there for their...

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Citrus Pear Dinners: COMFORT FOOD for UNCERTAIN TIMES

Citrus Pear Dinners: COMFORT FOOD for UNCERTAIN TIMES

Tara Bone, contributing writer Four years ago, registered dietician McKenzie Rockwood had an idea to help people with specialized diets prepare healthy meals at home. Today, her idea has grown into Citrus Pear Dinners — a thriving business that spans five states,...

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When Eye Care Becomes “I Care”

When Eye Care Becomes “I Care”

Kate Neeley, contributing writer When it comes to your child’s vision, eye health, and a sense of community, Dr. Michael Cole and his wife Krystal have created something that truly changes ‘eye care’ into ‘I care." His optometry practice in Logan, the Child and Family...

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Bringing Home To Cache Valley

  Tara Bone, contributing writer Isabel and Eric Jones of Cache Home Realty in Logan are passionate about helping their clients navigate the ups and downs of the real estate market, so if you were thinking about buying or selling before COVID-19 hit and now...

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The Joint Chiropractic To Open In Logan This Summer

The Joint Chiropractic To Open In Logan This Summer

  Emily Buckley, editor in chief The Joint Chiropractic was originally founded in 1999 by a Doctor of Chiropractic with a vision to transform the traditional, often misunderstood concept of routine chiropractic care by making it more convenient, friendly, and...

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The Year of the Camper

The Year of the Camper

Emily Buckley, editor in chief  This year just may be “the year of the camper.” Considering that millions of cooped-up Americans are eager to get out and travel and that driving will be the preferred method of transportation for the near future, self-cocooning in some...

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Heroes in Our Neighborhood Grocery Stores

Heroes in Our Neighborhood Grocery Stores

Tara Bone, contributing writer Like most Utahns, when the first confirmed Utah COVID-19 case was made public on March 6, Cache Valley residents took inventory of their food supplies and a frenzy of mass buying ensued amid fear of the unknown. While residents stocked...

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