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The IEP designation acknowledges universities working with public and private sector partners in their states and regions to support economic development through a variety of activities, including innovation and entrepreneurship

Boat-in camping, sandy beaches, off-highway vehicle riding and warm waters lure visitors to Yuba Reservoir. Developed and primitive camping areas are available at Oasis and Painted Rocks

The summer camps encourage students to have fun with science, technology, engineering and math, and build their confidence and ability in these key subject areas.

There are more than 7 billion potential customers in the world, and 2.4 billion of them are online. How many of those customers are yours? How many could you reach today?

SALT LAKE CITY (July 3, 2015) - Gov. Gary R. Herbert issued this statement following the passing of Pres. Boyd K. Packer of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

SALT LAKE CITY (July 3, 2015) - Gov. Gary R. Herbert called military veterans today to thank them for their service as part of "Call Your Military Hero Day." The governor encourages all Utahns to reach out to military veterans and active duty military personnel this Fourth of July weekend.

The sprawling waters of Starvation Reservoir offer great fishing and boating. Enjoy sandy beaches and a grassy day-use area for picnics and volleyball.

SALT LAKE CITY (July 2, 2015) - Gov. Gary R. Herbert has appointed Stan Lockhart to the Utah State Board of Education. Lockhart will fill the seat left vacant when Mark Openshaw perished in a plane crash last month.

SALT LAKE CITY (July 2, 2015) - The State Election Office released the following statement in response to a pending initiative application titled "Utah Term Limits for Appointed Executive Officials Act"

SALT LAKE CITY (July 2, 2015) - The State Election Office released the following statement in response to a pending initiative application titled "Utah Term Limits for Appointed Executive Officials Act":

Some kids spend their summers at the pool. Others? They're testing their chops at becoming the next great problem solvers at the University of Utah's Innovation Week at the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute.

With this series, the Auditor continues to use technology to help accomplish the mission of the Office, ensuring timeliness and accessibility of crucial information, while enhancing transparency and reducing costs.

The free event will be held July 11 on the Dam Peninsula, next to the visitor center parking lot, at Flaming Gorge Dam in northeastern Utah. Viewing runs from 9 a.m. to noon.

UVU Trustees approved constructing a privately funded building to support community members, educators and individuals with autism. The proposed facility will now move to the Board of Regents and State Building Board for consideration.

The Utah Film Commission announced that six film productions, including a new ABC television series "Blood & Oil," were approved for state incentives by the Governor's Office of Economic Development board of directors.

Starting July 8, the Division of Wildlife Resources will accept applications for this fall's sage grouse, sharp-tailed grouse and sandhill crane hunts.

From desk to cock pit students within Southern Utah University?s professional pilot program are soaring into professional jobs, landing a 95 percent job placement rating after just two years of opening its doors.

Gandy Warm Springs is a refreshing oasis of tiny waterfalls, pools, caves, and crystal clear streams with water temperatures up to 81 degrees F located on the western edge of Snake Valley

The governor will sign a copy of HB 288 Line-of-duty Death Benefits for Utah peace officers and firefighters during a special ceremony.

Outdoor Advertising Control Map shows various state routes where outdoor advertising control is mandated by state and federal law. By toggling layers and using pan functions the end-user can quickly identify which routes require OAC.

"I thought we might be able to adopt this technology to map invasive species,? he said. ?We chose to try it out on dyer?s woad because it is a bright color in the spring"

SALT LAKE CITY (June 26, 2015) - Gov. Gary R. Herbert issued the following statement regarding the Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges:

Trade missions open doors to new markets with international companies and foreign governments for Utah businesses. The Governor has a significant role in attracting foreign investment to our growing economy through trade and tourism

Youth guided waterfowl hunt

Fri, 26 Jun 2015

If you're a young person, and you're interested in hunting ducks and geese ? but you have little or no experience ? Widow Maker Boats, the Utah Conservation Officers Association and Wasatch Widgeons have a deal for you

The 2015 festival season runs from June 25 to October 31 in Cedar City.

SALT LAKE CITY (June 25, 2015) - Gov. Gary R. Herbert issued the following statement regarding the Supreme Court ruling in the Affordable Care Act case, King v. Burwell:

While it?s important for job seekers to know the job market, it?s also beneficial for employers to have a good grasp of the workforce.

We're interested in hearing from you on UDOT Click 'n Fix - but not just about potholes and traffic signals. We also want your help stopping water pollution.

SALT LAKE CITY (June 24, 2015) - After serving four years as executive director of the Department of Health, Dr. David Patton, will leave the administration to pursue opportunities in the private sector.

SALT LAKE CITY - The 3rd District Judicial Nominating Commission has selected nominees for a vacancy on the 3rd District Court. The vacancy results from the confirmation of Judge Deno Himonas to the Utah Supreme Court, Feb. 13, 2015. The 3rd Judicial District includes Salt Lake, Summit and Tooele counties.

SALT LAKE CITY (June 23, 2015) - Gov. Gary R. Hebert reported for jury duty this morning in the Provo 4th District Court and was dismissed by the judge. The governor was one of 35 potential jurors interviewed for assignment to a case involving driving under the influence.

In their memory, friends and colleagues on the Utah State Board of Education requested that the Utah Valley University Foundation establish the C. Mark and Amy Openshaw Annual Scholarship for the benefit of students attending UVU

Rattlesnake safety tips

Tue, 23 Jun 2015

Eight rattlesnake subspecies live in Utah. The most common is the Great Basin rattlesnake, which is found across the state.

Year-round adventure awaits at Wasatch Mountain State Park. Camp, hike, mountain bike, golf, explore off-highway vehicle and horseback trails and more on over 23,000 acres.

Utah?s economic outlook remains strong: Jobs for May 2015 grew by an estimated 3.8 percent, adding 50,000 jobs to the economy as compared to May 2014.

Skip rush hour altogether by adjusting your work schedule to commute during a less-congested time of day.

SALT LAKE CITY (June 19, 2015) - Utah posted the highest job growth rate in the nation for total and private sector job growth for the fourth consecutive month. According to new data released today, the state of Utah ranked first for total job growth at 3.8 percent and first for private sector job growth at 4.5 percent.

With abundant recreation areas nearby, and the state government climbing on board by creating the first ever Office of Outdoor Recreation in 2012, it?s no wonder that Utah entrepreneurs are also jumping into this growing industry.

As part of UDOT's vision to Keep Utah Moving, the I-15 South Davis Improvements project will reconstruct the 2600 South Interchange in North Salt Lake/Bountiful.

Cinnamon-colored buttes provide a backdrop for this quiet desert oasis. Popular with locals, this warm-water reservoir is ideal for waterskiing, fishing and camping.

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