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Economist Michael Hanni looks at the employment options for 2008 college graduates in Utah.

DNA: Secret of Photo 51

Tue, 29 Apr 2008

This movie screening is on May 6th at the Salt Lake Public Library sponsored by the Utah Museum of Natural History. Louisa Stark, Director of the Genetic Science Learning Center, will be on hand to talk about the fascinating discovery of DNA.

Join us for 18 holes of golf and a free air show at the beautiful Hubbard Golf Course located at Hill Air Force Base on Thursday, May 15, 2008. Check-in, registration, and continental breakfast will be from 0700 to 0800 am followed by tee off at 0800 am.

In 2007, Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. signed into law a bill creating "Utah State Water Week". This year May 4-10th will be the second annual Water Week. This is an opportunity for the water industry to promote within our communities a better understandi

Use the Family Health History Toolkit to help you talk about your family health history, write down what you learn, and then share it with your doctor and family members. A custom toolkit for seniors is also available.

Questar recently donated more than $27,000 to the UDWR to fund a greater sage-grouse study. Biologists will conduct the study in 2008 and 2009 in the Deadman Bench and Glen Bench areas in northeastern Utah. Biologists will focus their efforts in areas

The Utah Department of Health and the Genetic Science Learning Center have provided an informative website on the risks of stroke and heart disease.

In 2010 Utah's Public Art Program will celebrate 25 years of helping artists create public art for Utah. To celebrate the Utah Arts Council has compiled a book illustrating every work commissioned with information about the project and the art. The book a

Economic stimulus payments will be issued according to the last two-digits of the main filer's Social Security number. People who use direct deposit also will be among the first to receive the payments starting April 28. Paper checks will be put in the ma

Utah has been blessed with a diversity of single-track and off-road adventure unequalled anywhere in the world. From pristine alpine trails a stone's throw from our urban centers, to the red rock biking "Mecca" of Moab, the view from the handlebars will a

The Public Art Program of the Utah Arts Council, in collaboration with the Division of Facilities Construction and Management, announces two calls for artist qualifications for the creation of site-specific public art. Entries are due by May 5, 2008.

Opening day will include opening ceremonies at seven stations from Ogden to Salt Lake City, with a Grand Opening Ceremony at 1 p.m.at Salt Lake Central Station. Free public rides will begin at every station at approximately 2 p.m. and will continue all da

Peregrine falcons are nesting again in downtown Salt Lake City. And this year, you won't have to wait until June to watch them on your computer screen. Cameras put in place by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are up and running early this

Jedd Medefind, Deputy Director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, will speak in Provo next week about President Bush?s efforts to strengthen America?s nonprofits. Medefind is the keynote speaker at the Commission on Volun

Midsummer Magazine is this year's guide to the 2008 festival in Cedar City. This is the forty-seventh year for the festival and features four plays by Shakespeare, along with five others. The summer season begins on June 19th. The fall season features

View this Flickr Slideshow for some of Utah's most scenic attractions.

Project representatives from Questar, UDOT and the Salt Lake County Storm Drain will be available to answer questions about the three projects, address concerns and explain what you can expect to see happening during the construction process. Three sep

This site is directed at Chinese speakers who have an interest in the state and includes travel videos of the state's scenic attractions.

The three areas that need your attention this year in the home ignition zone are the near, mid and far, which are found around your home. So is your home or cabin ready for the 2008 wildfire season? Federal, State and local fire officials urge all reside

Monthly interim meetings were held on April 16th. This bulletin summarizes those meetings.

Details are available on page 7 of the April issue of The Human Touch.

The Department of Workforce Services presents some great advice for finding a summer job in the latest issue of Trendlines magazine.

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Jon Huntsman has directed the Division of State Parks and Recreation to not move forward in negotiating an easement that would allow needed access for a proposed project on the east shore of Bear Lake.

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Jon Huntsman decided Tuesday to direct Bill Sinclair, who represents Utah on the Northwest Interstate Low-Level Waste Compact, to vote against any proposals for foreign nuclear waste to come in to Utah.

Section 63-46a-9 requires each agency to review its rules within five years of each rule's original enactment, and then within five-year intervals. To comply with the review requirement, the agency must submit a "Five-Year Notice of Review and Statement o

The Utah Navajo Revitalization Fund board Monday approved $997,220 in grants and loans for housing and other improvements benefitting the Navajo Nation. Most of the money will help fund construction of new, modular homes for 39 families living on the Uta

The number of chronically homeless on Utah?s streets has dropped 15 percent, despite growth in overall homelessness, according to the latest headcount. This year?s count pegs Utah?s annual chronically homeless population at 1,470, down from a 2005-2007

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;

This guide from the USU Extension Service presents dietary ideas to help reduce your risk of cancer.

The Utah Public Health Association is sponsoring its annual conference on May 19-21 in Midway, Utah. Member associations and conference sponsors have recruited dozens of outstanding presenters to make this conference a valuable experience. The conferenc

The Utah Oil, Gas, and Mining Board will present 2008 Earth Day Awards to five companies that have demonstrated a willingness to go beyond what is required by regulation to protect the environment while developing Utah?s natural resources. The companies

Utah is receiving $42 million this week from its settlement with tobacco manufacturers. The amount reflects an additional about $14.5 million more than the state?s usual $27.5 million annual payment from the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA). Uta

USTAR has created 11 research teams at the University of Utah and Utah State University. These teams are lead by world-class innovators who are hungry to collaborate with industry to develop and commercialize new technologies. Visit the new Innovation Ut

A new map is available on Utah.gov providing a more comprehensive look at energy resources throughout the state. The data in this interactive map includes Energy-related GIS data layers currently available include: * Energy Resources: oil, coal, n

More hunters will be hunting on some of Utah's best big game units this fall. On April 10, members of the Utah Wildlife Board raised the number of permits for many of Utah's big game hunts.

The 5th Annual Utah Tourism Conference, co-sponsored by the Utah Tourism Industry Coalition and the Utah Office of Tourism, is the place to be for Utah's tourism professionals, so be sure to mark your calendar! Whether you are new to the tourism industry

Job Vacancy Study

Mon, 21 Apr 2008

This study, conducted during the fourth quarter of 2007, measured the quantity and characteristics of vacant jobs in Utah by various geographic areas. It showed, for that quarter, what occupations were most in demand, which industries had the most vacant

NCSL invited Utah to join the faculty of an intense four-day workshop with the Algerian Parliament - part of an initiative created by Colin Powell's State Department to build partnerships with North Africa and the Middle East.

This event is headquartered at the Davis County Fairgrounds and draws people of all ages who have an interest in birds and nature. The week?s events include field trips to bird watching locations throughout northern Utah; workshops and lectures on birding

This special benefit concert by Michael Ballam will be presented on May 15, 2008 in Salt Lake City. Proceeds to benefit the blind or visually impaired

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