Logan cancels public New Year's Eve party

Logan cancels public New Year's Eve party

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LOGAN -- Many cities are gearing up for their big New Year's Eve bashes Thursday night. But in Logan, the party is canceled.

The Herald Journal reports the usual donations to pay for the celebration didn't come in this year.

The paper says in the past, the city has relied on $10,000 each from Cache County and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to help fund New Year's Eve festivities. Both denied the city's request this year.

Also, the attendance at last year's party was a dismal 300 people at most. Attendance has dwindled since about 2,000 people attended on Dec. 31, 1999.

Past celebrations have included live bands, magic shows, ball drops and fireworks.

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