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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

Logan News
Teen accused of helping friend shoot girl in head

Middle-age white Americans with limited education are increasingly dying younger, on average, than other middle-age U.S. adults, a trend driven by their dwindling economic opportunities, research by two Princeton... Middle-age white Americans with limited education are increasingly dying younger, on average, than other middle-age U.S. adults, a trend driven by their dwindling economic opportunities, research by two Princeton University economists has found. Authorities say two teenage boys in Utah accused of shooting a girl in the head concocted the plan while playing video games and discussing wanting to "get rid" of the girl who was texting one of them.

Utah teens plotted to shoot girl over texts, officer says

This undated photo provided by Lauren Anderson shows Deserae Turner, a Utah teenager who was shot in the head and left in a ditch. LOGAN, Utah>> Two teenage boys accused of shooting a girl in the head in small-town Utah concocted the plan while playing video games and discussing their desire to "get rid" of the girl who was texting one of them, authorities testified today.

Officer: Teens targeted girl because of her texts

Authorities say two teenage boys accused of shooting a girl in the head concocted the plan while playing video games and discussing wanting to 'get rid' of the girl because she was annoyingly texting one of them. The Deseret News reports Cache County Sheriff's deputy Brian Groves testified Tuesday during an evidentiary hearing in Logan about his interviews with the two 16-year-old suspects.

Evidence hearing to begin for Utah boy accused of shooting, wounding 14-year-old girl

Logan a A two-day preliminary hearing is scheduled to begin Tuesday morning for a 16-year-old boy accused of shooting and critically wounding a 14-year-old girl and leaving her in a ditch. A second 16-year-old boy, who allegedly participated in the plan to kill the girl, is scheduled for a similar two-day hearing beginning on Thursday.

Utah recycler offers to increase city's diversion rate

The city of Logan, Utah, is conducting a bid process for private trucking companies to haul municipal solid waste from its current landfill to the new North Valley Landfill that is expected to open in September or October, while a new recycling facility is offering to increase the city's diversion rate, a report by the Herald Journal says . According to the report, the city's waste management plan calls for 10-ton capacity trucks to pick up curbside waste from municipalities south of Hyde Park and drop it off at the Logan transfer station.

John Zsiray | Pool Photo Shane Halstrom listens as Tony, Baird, Cache ...

Pool Photo Shane Halstrom listens as Tony, Baird, Cache County Deputy Attorney, speaks during a hearing where Halstom pleaded guilty but mentally ill to murder on Thursday afternoon in Logan. Pool Photo Shane Halstrom listens as Tony, Baird, Cache County Deputy Attorney, speaks during a hearing where Halstom pleaded guilty but mentally ill to murder on Thursday afternoon in Logan.

Judge: Courtroom will remain open during hearings for two Utah boys...

Logan a Despite requests from defense attorneys, a judge said Tuesday that the courtroom will remain open in the cases of two teens accused of shooting and critically wounding a 14-year-old Cache County girl and leaving her in an empty canal last month. The two 16-year-old boys are each charged in 1st District Juvenile Court with one count of first-degree felony attempted aggravated murder and aggravated robbery, as well four counts of second-degree felony obstructing justice.

Proficio Bank becomes first Utah failure in six years

The $68.2 million-asset Proficio's operations, including one branch, were sold to Cache Valley Bank in Logan, Utah. Cache agreed to assume all of Proficio's $65 million in deposits and $60.1 million of its assets.

Food on Mars, food on Earth: Nasa taps USU scientists for space quest

IMAGE: Utah State University professors Bruce Bugbee, left, and Lance Seefeldt are investigators on NASA's newly initiated 'CUBES' Space Technology Research Institute, which is developing ways to make long-duration space missions... view more LOGAN, UTAH, USA -- Can earthlings live on Mars? They can if they develop self-sufficiency. NASA is betting on a multi-institution team of the best and brightest, including Utah State University scientists, to create the necessary technology and put it in the hands of future Mars pioneers.

County on tight deadline to create new resource plan

The Tooele County Planning Commission learned on Feb. 15 it has only a few months to compile, review and finalize a County Resource Management Plan to meet a state requirement.Andrea Moser, project manager and section manager with Bio-West, Inc., a Logan, Utah environmental planning service with offices in Texas, explained to planning commission ... (more)

Evidence hearings set for two boys accused of trying to kill 14-year-old Utah girl

Logan a Preliminary hearings have been scheduled for two 16-year-old boys accused of shooting and critically wounding a 14-year-old girl and leaving her in a ditch. The hearings - where prosecutors will present evidence and a judge will decide whether there is probable cause for the case to continue - were set for late March.

John Thomas Reeder

John Thomas Reeder, 91, passed away Feb. 25, 2017, from causes incident to age. He was born Jan. 3, 1926, to John Thomas Reeder and Bessie Cole in Treasureton, Idaho.

Logan woman wanted for husband's automobile homicide arrested in Idaho

A Logan woman wanted on a warrant after police say she killed her husband in a DUI crash was arrested Wednesday in Idaho. Eska Miller Bird, 42, was charged in December with automobile homicide, a second-degree felony; seven counts of DUI, a class A misdemeanor, and reckless driving, a class B misdemeanor.

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