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Mountain Crest Wrestling: Champs On and off the Mat

Tara Bone, contributing writer ANYONE EXPECTING A typical wrestling meet at the Mountain Crest High School (MCHS) wrestling team’s senior night on January 23, 2020 was in for a surprise. Mountain Crest (MC) wrestling is anything but typical. The duel between MCHS and...

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An Exchange of Courage

Eight Visiting High School Students and Their Local Host Families Share Their Perspectives Jenny Mathews, contributing writer "YOU'RE HOSTING AN exchange student for how long?!” This has been a common response when others learn we decided to welcome a teenager from...

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The Seeholzer Family Legacy: Ski the Beav

The Seeholzer Family Legacy: Ski the Beav

Emily Buckley, editor in chief WALK INTO THE Beaver Mountain ticket office on a blizzardy day in January and two things will be sure: you’ll see a lot of happy skiers ready to spend the day on “their” mountain, and Marge Seeholzer will be greeting them. “It’s my...

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Days for Girls

Days for Girls

Tara Bone, contributing writer KARMA WAITE IS not a typical grandma. On any given day, Karma corresponds with people around the world — from Sierra Leone to New Zealand — and every day the 86-year-old spends at least four hours in her Nibley home cutting and sewing,...

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Season with Salt, Pepper, and Family

Season with Salt, Pepper, and Family Macie Staheli, contributing writer   Kim Winward is not only senior vice president at American Secure Title Insurance Agency here in Cache Valley, she is also a hard-working wife and mom of two teenage girls. With memories and...

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Holiday Magic for All Ages

By Tara Bone, Contributing Writer AFTER THE BIRTH of our fourth son, I happily answered the typical questions: Yes, we have all boys; yes, I’m OK with that (truly); and yes, there are 10 years between our youngest and new baby. All usual questions, until one random...

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Experience a Bit of Christmas Nostalgia at Bluebird Candy

Experience a Bit of Christmas Nostalgia at Bluebird Candy

By  Emily Buckley, editor in chief WITH THE GRAND reopening of Center Street in Downtown Logan scheduled for the end of November, this holiday season is going to be the perfect time to experience some Christmas nostalgia as you stroll by the candy windows on display...

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Cut a Tree, Create a Memory

Cut a Tree, Create a Memory

One Cache Valley Family is Growing a Tradition at Adam’s Acres   by Emily Buckley, editor in chief Adam Burris, of Petersboro, has fond memories of childhood Christmases in Spokane, Washington, that were highlighted by cutting down fresh Christmas trees, bringing...

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Realtors are Good Neighbors

By Emily Merkley, association executive, Cache Valley Association of REALTORS WHEN IT'S TIME to buy or sell a house, you look for somebody who knows the neighborhood, knows the market, and who might give you a leg up on the competition. A REALTOR is just that person....

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How and Why to Teach Children Self-Advocacy

By Frank Schofield, superintendent, Logan City School AS CHILDREN GROW and develop, they invariably encounter challenges. These can be particularly visible and frustrating when they relate to a child’s performance in school. In response to these challenges, caregivers...

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Strengthening Student Mental Health

Stable Relationships, Safe Spaces, and Mindfulness By Cache County School District, Public Information Office BEING A KID is harder than it looks. Children are constantly learning, growing, and overcoming obstacles, all while dealing with their quickly developing...

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