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Logan is located in northern Utah. The city's motto is "United in Service." It was founded in 1859 by Mormon settlers who were sent by Brigham Young to find a place to establish a fort near the Logan River. The settlers decided to name their new community after Ephraim Logan who was a prominent fur trapper in the area. The city was incorporated in 1866. Soon after incorporation, several Later-day Saint temples were constructed including the Logan Utah Temple and Logan Tabernacle.

Population: 42670
Local Newspapers: The Herald Journal Salt Lake Tribune Deseret News
Local Sports Teams: Utah Jazz Utah Starzz Utah Grizzlies
Local Colleges: Utah State University

Zip Codes associated with logan, utah: 84321 84341
Towns/Cities near logan, utah : River Heigths Hyde Park Providence Millville Nibley Hyrum Wellsville Smithfield

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Sum of their parts: Researchers use math to foster environmental restoration

IMAGE: A social-ecological systems modeler, Jacopo Baggio of Utah State University, reports on development of analytic tools to support collaboration and efficient coordination of resources among divergen stakeholders toward environmental restoration.... view more LOGAN, UTAH, USA - The oft-quoted proverb, "Too many cooks spoil the broth," is apt wisdom for describing challenges facing policy makers, public resource managers, ag producers, industry, residents and other stakeholders in attempts to jointly tackle major environmental restoration projects. The myriad of varied interests -- some conflicting; some aligning - results in a confusing tangle of authority and responsibility.

The Latest: Charges say teen boys planned to rob, kill girl

LOGAN, Utah - The Latest on two 16-year-old boys charged with shooting a girl in the head : Prosecutors say two Utah teens charged with shooting a 14-year-old girl in the back of the head and leaving her wounded in a ditch lured her there with a plan to rob and kill her. Charging documents filed Tuesday say the 16-year-old boys told the girl they wanted to sell her a knife, but after she arrived, they shot her.

Teens accused of plot to rob, kill girl found shot in ditch

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Teens accused of plot to rob, kill girl found shot in ditch

Prosecutors say two teenage boys charged with shooting a 14-year-old girl in the head lured her to a ditch in a small Utah town with a plan to rob and kill her. Prosecutors say two teenage boys charged with shooting a 14-year-old girl in the head lured her to a ditch in a small Utah town with a plan to rob and kill her.

Two teens to be charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting Cache County girl in the head

Logan a A 14-year-old girl found injured in an empty Smithfield canal on Friday suffered a gunshot wound to the head, police revealed during a Tuesday news conference. Cache County Attorney James Swink said each of the juveniles would be charged with one count of aggravated attempted murder, one count of aggravated robbery and four counts of obstructing justice.

Emotional moment Utah girl, 17, is reunited with family

Dignity in the face of oppression: Incredible pictures capture the everyday life of African Americans in Jim Crow-era Nebraska Brazil's $12 billion Olympic legacy lies in ruins: Five months after the Rio Games, stadiums are crumbling as cash-strapped nation is left with crippling debts The weirdest animal that ever lived? Mysterious ancient 'undersea alien' with eyes on stalks and sharp teeth on the end of a TRUNK baffles scientists 'Give the public a break' scolds Donald Trump as he blasts the FAKE NEWS media for reports suggesting Sweden's immigration policies are working out 'just beautifully' '100 percent untrue': Trump lawyer denies he's being investigated by the FBI - and that he pitched a back-channel plan to resolve the Russia-Ukraine conflict Fighter jets scramble over Mar-a-Lago for the SECOND time in 48 hours after another plane enters restricted airspace Russia 'could have' ... (more)

One-of-a-kind? Or not. USU geneticist studies formation of new species

IMAGE: Utah State University evolutionary biologist Zach Gompert is among a team of North American and European researchers, which published ecological and genomic insights into stick insect speciation in the Feb.... view more LOGAN, UTAH, USA - At what point on the journey along the branches of the evolutionary tree does a population become its own, unique species? And is a species still distinct, if it mates with a different, but closely related species? Evolutionary biologist Zach Gompert of Utah State University explores these questions and more, using plant-eating stick insects of the Timema genus as a research model.

Mom makes plea to teen daughter allegedly kidnapped by sex traffickers

The mother of a Utah teen who went missing in Las Vegas more than one month ago has made a heartbreaking video plea to her daughter, telling her to "fight" the mysterious sex traffickers who the family fears kidnapped her. The one-minute YouTube video begins by showing the words of 17-year-old Sarah Dunsey's "last" text message: "If I die tonight it's a guy named [blurred out name]."

Lawmaker seeks to set criminal standards for parental kidnapping

She was 9 when she was found with her mother in Minnesota and returned to Utah, where she was reunited with her dad - a man she didn't remember. Terryl Warner, Cache County's director of victim services, told state lawmakers about the case of parental kidnapping Thursday.

USU scientist explores 'big picture' of hydrologic modeling for water resources management

IMAGE: Utah State University scientist Sarah Null is a 2017 recipient of a prestigious National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development 'CAREER' Award. The NSF's highly competitive grant program for junior... view more LOGAN, UTAH, USA - Like ripples emanating from a single drop, diversion of rivers, lakes and other waters yields broad and sometimes unexpected effects.

Finding fault: USU geologist probes earthquake history of Utah's Wasatch Fault

IMAGE: In Utah State University's Microscopy Core Facility, USU geologist Alexis Ault, right, explains to students from Perry, Utah's Promontory School for Expeditionary Learning how a scanning electron microscope is used... view more LOGAN, UTAH, USA - Unlocking the geologic past of Utah's mighty Wasatch Fault and its earthquake history, requires a zoomed-in, nanoscale pursuit clues left over millions of years, says Utah State University geologist Alexis Ault. And what better detectives to assist her in the task than energetic youngsters, whose curiosity fuels Ault's enthusiasm.

Police identify man killed in auto-pedestrian crash in Logan

Kalman was in the road near the intersection of 400 North and 100 East when he was hit, according to Logan police. Investigators say the accident was caused by poor visibility from the rain.

Parts of northern Utah overwhelmed by flooding

Residents of several northern Utah cities and towns faced a second day of limited water use after flooding as rain and melting snow overwhelmed sewer systems. Officials from multiple cities - including Logan in Cache County, Plain City in Weber County, and Bear River City in Box Elder County - asked residents to be conservative in the amount of water they send down drains.

Man dies after car strikes him in Logan

The man was crossing 100 East midblock near 450 North - where there was no crosswalk - about 7 p.m., said Logan police Capt. Tyson Budge, when an 18-year-old woman driving south struck him with her car.

Wolfing it down: Brown bears reduce wolf kill rates says USU ecologist

IMAGE: In North America's Yellowstone National Park, hungry wolves wait to access their elk kill as brown bears feast on the spoils. Utah State University ecologist Aimee Tallian and colleagues report... view more LOGAN, UTAH USA - If you've ever been elbowed out of the way at the dinner table by older, stronger siblings, you'll identify with wolves competing with larger bears for food.

Charon Technologies to Expand Research and Development in Logan

Salt Lake City-Charon Technologies and the Economic Development Corporation of Utah announced that the engineering company, known for a passion for solving tough problems in a variety of disciplines, will expand in Logan, Utah creating 20 jobs in electrical engineering and computer science. "EDCUtah is delighted to have a pioneering company in the world of engineering like Charon Technologies expand into Utah," said Michael Flynn, Chief Operating Officer at EDCUtah, "Charon Technologies will provide incredible opportunities to our highly-trained workforce.

Up, up and away: USU chemists say 'yes,' helium can form compounds

IMAGE: Ball-and-stick representation, left, and polyhedral representation, right, of chemical bonding analysis of the Na2He structure, where half of the Na8 cubes are occupied by He atoms and... view more LOGAN, UTAH, USA - Can helium bond with other elements to form a stable compound? Students attentive to Utah State University professor Alex Boldyrev's introductory chemistry lectures would immediately respond "no." And they'd be correct - if the scholars are standing on the Earth's surface.

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