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News from USU’s award-winning student news site, The Hard News Café
• Council reschedules Miss Millville pageant, by Tanner Simmons
• Logan man pleads guilty to controlled-substance counts, by Tanner Simmons
• Smithfield man asks city to remove snow-storage ‘doughnut,’ by Tanner Simmons
• Court date reset for Logan man after no-show, by Paul Christiansen
• Cache Rendezvous—Aggie TV’s last show of the year, anchored by Jenna Lynn and Victoria Cardon
• Expanded Al’s Sporting Goods means sad farewell to Logan Burgers, by Jessica Sonderegger
• A-TV News—A bad dog bite, True Aggies, woman gives birth on her lawn, weather, spring football & more, anchored by Courtney Robinson and Kelton Wells
• ‘Beat the Boot!’—commuters, renters clash with city on parking policies, by Katie Swain
• ‘Caring for America’—Feminist scholar describes underappreciated caregivers, by Jessica Sonderegger
• Art, Music, Theater courses will cost more under new tuition plan, by Katie Swain
• Same-Sex Marriage: Even in Utah, love will find a way, by Emily Landeen, A-TV News
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