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Logan, Utah: Quiz


Question 1: As of the ________, its population was about 42,670.
2000 United States CensusWhite AmericanHispanic and Latino AmericansMexican American

Question 2: Logan is served by a local sales-tax-funded ________ bus system called the Cache Valley Transit District (CVTD), which incorporated the Logan Transit District (LTD) on February 23, 2007.
TramLight railCommuter railZero-fare public transport

Question 3: In 2005 and 2007 ________ declared the Logan metropolitan area the safest in the United States.
2000Kansas City, Missouri2002Morgan Quitno Press

Question 4: ________ College was founded here in 1878 (but later closed) and the Utah State University - then called the Agriculture College of Utah - was founded in 1888.
Sidney RigdonBrigham YoungLorenzo SnowJoseph Smith, Jr.

Question 5: It is about about 82 miles (130 km) north of ________.
Salt Lake CityUtahSalt Lake County, UtahPhoenix, Arizona

Question 6: However, Logan is within ready driving distance, or an inter-city ________ ride, of the Salt Lake City airport and the airport at Ogden, Utah.
FirstGroupGreyhound LinesGreyhound CanadaBoltBus

Question 7: [8] Work for a Latter-day Saint ________ and a temple began shortly thereafter, with the Logan Utah Temple being dedicated in 1884, and the Logan Tabernacle in 1891.
Christianity and JudaismTorahJudaismTabernacle

Question 8: Logan Canyon is also known as a place for rock-climbing, snowmobiling, ________, and skiing.
HuntingRaccoonGray WolfRed Fox

Question 9: [3] Logan is the ________ of Cache County[4], and the principal city of the Logan, UT-ID Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes Cache County and Franklin County, Idaho.
MississippiNew YorkCounty seatArkansas

Question 10: As of the ________[2] of 2000, there were 42,670 people, 13,902 households, and 9,175 families residing in the city.


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