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On this edition of ATV News, you'll find more information about a recent bus crash in Cache Valley and how to stay safe while driving from all the deer crossing the roads. Also, you can learn about why the poverty level in Cache Valley is so high. Finally, we'll show you a new tradition in downtown Logan to kickoff the Christmas season.

Producer: Aerity Engel

Today's WORD on Journalism

good reminder“The first people a dictator puts in jail after a coup are the writers, the teachers, the librarians — because these people are dangerous. They have enough vocabulary to recognize injustice and to speak loudly about it. Let us have the courage to go on being dangerous people.”

—Madeleine L’Engle (1918-2007), writer, “Dare to Be Creative,” 1983. See Maria Popova, “Dare to Disturb the Universe,” Brain Pickings, 2014.


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