City of Logan unsure of bones’ status

by MICHAEL BROWNING, JERRY FEKETE and J.D. CHARLES, Banner Staff
April 1, 2011

City of Logan officials are unsure of the status of bones found recently on a dig site in the downtown area.

Logan Police Chief E.K. Harper said the bones have been taken by the State Division of Culture and History and the city of Logan hasn’t received any updates and he said he doesn’t expect any.


More bones found in Logan?

by MICHAEL BROWNING, Staff Writer
March 25, 2011

More bones may have been discovered at a construction site in downtown Logan.

But, this time, instead of finding more bones at the new state building site in downtown Logan, construction crews believe they may have found bones under the Cole Street sidewalk beside the site where the Sayer Brothers building used to sit.

Read more: Logan Banner – More bones found in Logan


Archeologist needed for Logan dig

by MICHAEL BROWNING, Executive Editor
1 month ago

Construction on the new state building in downtown Logan is now stalled as the city of Logan awaits the arrival of an archaeologist to oversee the rest of the dig after Native American bones were found at the site.

Read more: Logan Banner – Archeologist needed for Logan dig


Bones are those of Native American

by J.D. CHARLES, Staff Writer Logan Banner
February 4, 2011

The skeletal remains discovered on a building work site in the city of Logan earlier this week were identified as being the remains of a Native American.

Read more: Logan Banner – Bones are those of Native American


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