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The Loa State Fish Hatchery is under temporary quarantine, the Division of Wildlife Resources announced Dec. 3. The DWR placed the hatchery under quarantine after biologists discovered snails in some of the hatchery's raceways. (Raceways are areas wher

The Fisher Towers Trail has been designated as an official "National Recreation Trail". This 2.2-mile backcountry trail provides access to one of the most unique geological h

The ribbon was recently cut on the new Department of Natural Resources building in Price, Utah. This building will also house the Division of Wildlife Resources' Southeast Region headquarters. The dedication culminates a five-year effort that was on time

View the latest comparative information about heart related surgery and deaths in hospitals across Utah gathered by the Utah Department of Health.

See them all at travel.utah.gov

Health insurance is an important issue for the people of Utah. Utah?s residents receive their health insurance coverage through health plans sponsored by the government, employers, and commercial health insurers. The commercial health insurance market is

It takes seven years for a sego lily to grow from a seed to a flower, but if something happens to its home, it can be gone in an instant. That?s why a team of staff has made it their job to save the lilies living at the site where the new Utah Museum of N

The Utah Department of Transportation is examining the community transportation needs and impacts of an east-west corridor between I-15 and Redwood Road. Geographical boundaries of the study include the area north of Utah Lake, from Redwood Road to I-15;

Specialty operates, evaluates, and manages airborne signals intelligence information systems and operations activities. Performs and supervises identification, acquisition, recording, translating, analyzing, and reporting of assigned voice communications.

Speak Up, a national online research project facilitated by Project TomorrowSM, gives individuals the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues. Each year, findings are summarized and shared with national and state policy makers.

This quarterly Crime in Utah report is published by the Bureau of Criminal Identification to give governmental leaders and citizens a better understanding of criminal activity in the state. The report is a compilation of crime data reported by local law

Check here periodically for the latest avalanche information and conditions on the Wasatch Front.

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has identified its preferred alternative to address traffic congestion and safety concerns along the S.R. 108 corridor in Weber and Davis Counties. UDOT recently released the Draft Environmental Impact Stateme

CHIP is currently open for enrollment. If your children don't have health insurance, CHIP may be able to help.

Utah Department of Health (UDOH) employees covered with red dots drew attention to a mock influenza outbreak during a "Don?t Get Bugged" event on November 28, 2007. Dr. David Sundwall, UDOH executive director, recognized National Influenza Vaccination Wee

The State of Utah continues to experience a significant demand for additional teachers due to a combination of growth in student numbers and high levels of teacher attrition. The gap between teachers being trained in the State and those needing to be hir

World AIDS Day is observed every year on December 1st. The World Health Organization established World AIDS Day in 1988. World AIDS Day provides governments, national AIDS programs, faith organizations, community organizations, and individuals with an opp

Utah Energy Forum comes together regularly to discuss emerging issues and educate on new energy developments. Documents and information can be found at energy.utah.gov

The Utah GIS Portal is a statewide resource for sharing information pertaining to digital mapping and related technologies. This site catalogs freely available GIS datasets, data standards, online digital maps, GIS projects and initiatives, upcoming event

Remarks were given in Park City on November 29, 2007.

Over 10 million pounds of brine shrimp have been harvested through November 27th in the current harvesting season. Updates are posted weekly.

Sand Mountain is one of the featured sites on Utah GeoSights.

Niels Fugal and Sons has submitted a permit renewal application to continue operation of the Class IVb landfill located at 4465 West 8800 North, American Fork, Utah. The Class IVb landfill receives waste described in the permit application as 70% rock and

Permits are already on sale for Christmas tree cutting in the state's national forests. Find out the details.

2008 Utah Facts Book

Thu, 29 Nov 2007

Get all the latest information about the state of Utah in the 2008 Fact Book produced by the Governor's Office of Economic Development.

Salt Lake City, Utah?The Utah Judicial Council voted today to recommend legislation that would create a more independent Justice Court system. At today?s Council meeting, Utah Supreme Court Justice Ronald E. Nehring presented the final report by the Justi

Visit with the project team tonight between 6 and 8 pm at Vineyard Elementary.

On Saturday, December 1, 2007, the Dixie National Forest, in conjunction with their partners in the Family Hiking Series (the Bureau of Land Management, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Cedar City Parks and Recreation, and Southern Utah University), will s

December 6th in Blanding Come celebrate the Range Creek exhibit currently on loan to Edge of the Cedars from the Utah Museum of Natural History and Powell Museum! Join CEU Prehistoric Museum Curator, Karen Green, as she presents a history of the Fremont

See tips that were provided during Winter Weather Preparedness Week.

The Consolidated Plan for the Mountainland Association of Governments is available for public comment through December 7, 2007. The plan is expected to be finalized for submission to the State of Utah on December 20th.

This clinic offered by the USU Extension Office and other partners will be held on December 1st in Salem, Utah.

Juab County Travel Website

Mon, 26 Nov 2007

Visit this new website developed in partnership with the Utah Office of Tourism to see what is happening in Juab County.

Get the latest occupational safety information from this Labor Commission publication.

The Governor has authorized the Flag of the United States of America and the Flag of the State of Utah to be lowered in honor of Senator Ed Mayne. The flags shall be flown at half-staff on all state-owned facilities on the day of interment.

Begin now to make your backyard a friendly place for wildlife. The Department of Natural Resources and Utah State University have developed this guide to help you design a residential yard that supports and attracts native birds, mammals, reptiles, and a

Register online for courses leading to water and wastewater certifications.

Winter Fishing at Bear Lake

Mon, 26 Nov 2007

Read the latest article on cold weather fishing on Utah's Bear Lake in the Wildlife Review Magazine. Ice fishing here for the Bonneville whitefish is some of the best anywhere.

The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food has received special funding in the amount of $2.5 million to help purchase grass seed as part of the unprecedented rehabilitation of grazing lands burned in the Milford Flat Fire in Beaver and Millard Counties

The Utah Arts Council is pleased to announce the winners of the 2008 Visual Arts Fellowships: Utah artists Adam Bateman of Salt Lake City and Eileen Doktorski of Logan.

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