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Can Baby Boomers Retire?

Tue, 06 Nov 2007

Utah economist John Mathews explores the issue in Utah Trendlines.

Also read about getting your furnace ready for Winter in the latest newsletter from the Utah Committee of Consumer Services.

Results for the November 6th (Tuesday) elections will be available at

Meth and Families Workshop

Mon, 05 Nov 2007

This workshop presented by the Department of Human Services will be at the Davis Convention Center in Layton, Utah. The event is scheduled for November 17th. For additional details, please contact Elizabeth Solis at 538-4275.

Abert?s Towhee is currently a Tier III species (or "Watch List" species) in the state?s Wildlife Action Plan, and the species is classified as a Critically Imperiled S1 species by the Utah Natural Heritage Program due to its extreme rarity and vulnerabili

The fifth and final commemorative quarter-dollar coin released in 2007 honors Utah, and is the 45th coin in the United States Mint's 50 State Quarters® Program. Utah was admitted into the Union on January 4, 1896, becoming our Nation's 45th state. The rev

In order to keep the herd at a healthy number that the island can sustain, approximately 190 bison will be sold at a public auction on November 10, 2007. Money generated by the sale of these bison goes into the wildlife management program for operating co

Practical information on how to help prevent suicide.

Read about Governor Huntsman's perspectives on environmental issues.

Increase your business in East Asia by participating in this trade mission to Japan, Korea, China, and Taiwan sponsored by the Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development.

The Utah Transit Authority and the Utah Department of Transportation are holding an Open House Meeting to gain feedback from residents on the future of transit in South Davis County! By providing input, you will assist the South Davis Transit Study, curre

Turn your clocks back one hour (spring forward, fall back) at 2 am, Sunday, November 4, or before going to bed Saturday night.

Brand books contain all livestock brands and ear marks registered with the State Department of Agriculture. Livestock is assumed to include all types of animals raised for pleasure or for profit. The 1917 law was the first to specifically mention cattle,

You can view the status of new tax forms that will be released through the end of December.

This presentation is part of the "Research at Noon" series and will start at noon in the Utah State Archives Courtyard meeting room located at 346 South Rio Grande Street. covers the Huntsman visit to India.

A presentation by economist Pam Perlich to the 2007 Council of Councils

Recommendations from the Center for Disease Control for a safe Halloween.

The Department of Environmental Quality notifies the public of air quality permits that they plan to approve. Citizens are invited to comment on any of these notices.

On July 11, 2007, the Utah Public Service Commission issued an order approving the deployment of a new area code for use in the area presently served by the 801 area code. The new area code, 385, will provide additional telephone numbers that are necessar

New continuing education requirements were implemented for licensed architects in Utah in 2007.

Utah scientists use new techniques to determine the age of lava flows in Snow Canyon State Park. Read about it in the latest issue of Survey Notes.

Utah is likely to be a player in future oil shale development. The Utah Oil Shale Database is available for purchase at the Department of Natural Resources bookstore.

Estimates of the magnitude and frequency of peak streamflows is critical for the safe and cost-effective design of hydraulic structures and stream crossings, and accurate delineation of flood plains. Engineers, planners, resource managers, and scientists

Every day, families face a myriad of online dangers including Cyberbullying. Power in You and Americans for Technology Leadership invite you to a Cyberbullying Workshop hosted by Utah First Lady Mary Kaye Huntsman. Governor Jon Huntsman Jr. will also be i

Visit GeoSights of Utah

Fri, 26 Oct 2007

Unique geologic features mapped across the state.

This policy is designed to increase energy efficiency in the State of Utah. The policy is directed at improved energy efficiency in state facilities and provides for methods to collaborate and support private sector initiatives. Currently the State spends

Not all school districts are closed for the traditional UEA break. See the complete 2007-2008 statewide school calendar at

This new site, sponsored by the Utah departments of Environmental Quality, Health, and Natural Resources will provide the latest information on waterfowl consumption advisories.

The Utah Geological Survey (UGS) has released its 2008 calendar featuring Utah's fascinating geologic landscapes, some of which have been forming for billions of years. The images in the calendar include ocean-deposited rock layers now tilted and expos

Read this and other features in the current issue of Wildlife Review magazine.

The Utah Commission on Volunteers and the Utah Council for Crime Prevention are hosting a training focused on building resilient communities. Training will be held on Saturday, November 10th from 9am to 3pm. Online registration is available at http://vo

Twenty-first century problems require novel and dynamic solutions. The Utah Partners for Conservation and Development (UPCD) is committed to providing such solutions for the serious, statewide issues of conserving, managing and restoring Utah's vast and d

A recent study conducted by Silvia Rosa and John Bissonette, students at Utah State University, demonstrated the effectiveness of deer-vehicle collision mitigation strategies implemented by the Utah Department of Transportation on roads and highways throu

Fire is an important part of many of Utah?s natural landscapes, including landscapes in fringe or interface areas near rapidly growing cities, towns, and recreational developments. But when people build homes in these areas, a minor fire that might have

News and information from legislative interim day on October 17, 2007.

Davis County Division of Motor Vehicles moved to 969 West Clark Street, Farmington, Tuesday, Oct. 9. The DMV was previously located at the Davis County Courthouse. The new office is located in the vicinity of the Davis County Justice Complex and fairgrou

UDOT crews will remove and replace the 4500 South Bridge spanning I-215 East over one weekend! For the past five months the new bridge deck has been under construction next to I-215 and the 4500 South northbound off-ramp. On Saturday, October 27 at 8 a.m.

The new research center provides online tools and information about oil and gas activities across the state of Utah.

Dr. Walter J. Arabasz of the University of Utah Seismograph Stations received the John Wesley Powell Award from the U.S. Geological Survey for his outstanding scientific leadership in helping the public and elected officials understand and reduce the impa

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