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Understanding the Real Estate Market During COVID-19

Understanding the Real Estate Market During COVID-19

Emily Merkley, association executive, Cache Valley Association of Realtors AT A TIME when information is abundant and the world seems to be in constant, chaotic motion, it’s important to ground yourself and find stability. When it comes to making big, life-changing...

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12 Spooky Ideas for a Socially Distanced Halloween

12 Spooky Ideas for a Socially Distanced Halloween

Jill Morgenstern, contributing writer WITH THE IMPACT COVID-19 has on children still relatively unknown, parents have mixed feelings about whether or not Halloween traditions should change for this year. Angie Wierzbiki, mother to 5- and 6-year-old girls says, “I...

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Foot and Ankle Injuries: When to Seek Professional Care

Foot and Ankle Injuries: When to Seek Professional Care

Travis Sautter, DPM Cook & Sautter, Foot and Ankle Specialists NOW, MORE THAN ever, we have been able to appreciate the opportunity to be outdoors and enjoy what Cache Valley and the surrounding areas have to offer for outdoor recreation. Youth sports programs and...

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Colie’s Kitchen: Cooking Up Joy

Emily Buckley, editor in chief WHEN IT COMES to baking, Nichole ‘Colie’ Peterson, owner of Colie’s Kitchen in Logan, says, with smile, the secret ingredient is love. “It sounds cliché,” Colie said, “but to make something delicious, it takes time, effort, patience …...

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Brightening Blooms Delivers More Than Flowers

Brightening Blooms Delivers More Than Flowers

Jenny Mathews, contributing writer ON A TUESDAY morning at Charie Shields’ home it’s all hands on deck! That sweet, earthy smell of fresh flowers begins to fill her kitchen as volunteers unload dozens of buckets of donated flowers onto every inch of counter space. One...

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Local Families Share COVID Can-dos

Tara Bone, contributing writer LAST SPRING, LIFE as we knew it came to a screeching COVID-19 halt. Every day became a topsy-turvy roller coaster of change, disappointment, fear, and exhaustion. If your home was like ours, every emotion known to humans seemed to erupt....

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Mr. R.

Cache County Educator of 37 Years remembered for Teaching Life Lessons A LIFE IS made up of day-to-day interactions with family, friends, neighbors, colleagues, and even strangers. Kelly Rindlisbacher of Providence was a husband, father, friend, and educator who chose...

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Online School, Screen Time, and Your Child’s Vision

Michael Cole, OD, Child and Family Eye Care Center AS OUR CHILDREN return to learn after what has seemed like a never-ending summer break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are faced with new and unique sets of challenges. I have been incredibly impressed with the...

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How to Talk to Your Children About Race and Racism

How to Talk to Your Children About Race and Racism

Tara Bone, contributing writer TALKING ABOUT RACE and racism with children can be difficult. Some parents avoid the topic altogether, and some assume racism in Cache Valley doesn’t exist, while other parents — especially those who have encountered racism themselves —...

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A Guide to Harvesting and Storing Vegetables for Winter

A Guide to Harvesting and Storing Vegetables for Winter

Mark Anderson, owner, Anderson's Seed and Garden DURING THIS TIME of year, we harvest more from our family garden than we can eat. Sure, we give a bunch of it away to family and friends and we take some to the food pantry for those who can use it. Then, we try to can...

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Music Theatre Welcomes Audiences Back to the Theatre

Music Theatre Welcomes Audiences Back to the Theatre

Emily Buckley, editor in chief MUSIC THEATRE WEST is one of the first of Cache Valley’s theatre companies to head back to the stage after the COVID-19 shutdown, and they are doing it with purpose and caution. The state Covid-19 recovery plan, Utah Leads Together,...

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4-H: Your Kid’s Passport to Development and Discovery

4-H: Your Kid’s Passport to Development and Discovery

Kate Neeley, contributing writer WHAT DO THE four “H” letters stand for in the name 4-H? If you were to guess “hogs, horses, heifers, and hounds,” you’d be leaving out a whole lot. Although 4-H has been known to be a great way for kids to raise livestock and train...

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