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This calculator will calculate the penalty and interest you owe for late filing and late payment of Utah income or fiduciary taxes. To use this calculator, you must meet the following criteria: 1. You are filing a 2007 tax return with full payment o

The Conference will be held May 14-16 at Snow College South in Richfield, Utah.

The Mental Health Association of Utah is sponsoring the 6th Annual Walk for Suicide and Violence Prevention to be held in Sugarhouse Park. This event is scheduled for April 26, 2008

The Bureau of Land Management in Utah announced earlier that it is seeking public nominations for five open positions on its 15-member Resource Advisory Council, which advises the BLM on public land issues. The BLM?s Resource Advisory Councils (RACs)

Utah rivers offer some of the world's best white water rafting, with trips to match virtually any schedule and appetite for adventure. River trips are about more than whitewater and excitement. Most allow participants to explore scenic, historic and archa

The exhibit, entitled "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" will feature uniforms of the U.S. Cavalry.

Produced by: International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers The Pageant is open to all young women between the ages of 18-25 regardless of religion or ethnic background who have pioneer ancestry and are qualified in the other required areas. The pagean

11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Celebrate the earth and learn about one of this area's most beautiful and fascinating predators at Wasatch Mountain State Park. Get up close and personal to a live bird of prey. Program is free. For more information call (435) 654-1791.

The Utah Science, Technology and Research (USTAR) initiative is promoting new innovations in conjunction with University researchers and Utah business. Learn to maximize your innovative business potential by collaborating with USTAR in your region.

Olympic Legacy Camps are for youth 9-14 years of age and provide a once in a lifetime opportunity to try 10 Olympic winter sports in four fun-filled days.

In the southern lake the big news is steady fishing for stripers along the barricade line in front of Glen Canyon Dam. Here are the specifics. The third barricade from the west canyon wall is directly over a submerged cliff edge. The first two barricades

The Wall Street Journal calls Utah's Educational Savings Plan one of the best ways to invest for your child's future. Find out why and start saving today.

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

Quagga and zebra mussels are an economic and environmental threat and are already invading some Utah waterways. This article in Utah Wildlife Review shares the details on this invasive species.

The HHS Office of Minority Health has chosen A Healthy Baby Begins with You as the theme for its work during National Minority Health Month in April. OMH invites State and local governments and offices of minority health to organize events and put forth p

Get the latest on news such as sage grouse in Utah, canyon preservation and Utah's wildlife action plan.

The Utah Commission on Volunteers, Office of the Lieutenant Governor, is pleased to invite you to the 2008 Utah Conference on Service, April 29-30 at the Provo Marriott. This year?s conference on service brings new partners and activities to the features

The production of this data plan is the result of a nine-month effort by the House Bill 9 Advisory Panel. House Bill 9 "Health Care Cost and Quality Data" grew out of a concern by the legislature about the availability of better data to make the health ca

Mock Legislature is held under the direction of John Paul Murphy, 4-H Youth Development Specialist, and the State 4-H Ambassadors. It is held at the Utah State Capitol building in the House Chambers. Throughout the day, Utah Representatives and Senators

These camps cover a wide variety of topics and run throughout the Summer. Sign up online!

Flash flood safety was one of several topics discussed during Flood Awareness Week in March. Read the newsletter for more information.

News and information about state services and events is available by following UtahGov using Twitter's service.

Sabrina is a 3rd grade student at Country View Elementary in Weber County. She was one of seven winners in the Utah Department of Health's (UDOH) 6th annual Kids' Fruits and Veggies Recipe Contest. UDOH co-sponsored the contest, which challenges grade sch

Utah's Fossil Fuels

Sun, 06 Apr 2008

Utah?s geography and geologic history have granted the state abundant and diverse natural resources, including fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas. Over the past several years Utah has seen a boost in price and production of these fossil fuel

Learn about the latest employer training opportunities across the state. Have job fair information emailed to your inbox. The Department of Workforce Services offers this subscription service to both employers and job seekers.

Use this guide to help prevent pollution at construction sites. In addition to the guide, the Department of Environmental Quality has created a website with lots of useful planning information

The Department of Workforce Services identifies some of the top entry-level job opportunities in this article in the March-April issue of Trendlines.

Recently, the Utah State Legislature passed a new law: Utah Code Annotated 62A-11-704. This law requires the Office of Recovery Services (ORS) to send child support payments through electronic funds transfer beginning May 5, 2008. RS offers two ways for

Utah Arts Council has announced the winners of the Poetry Out Loud State Championship: Madison Niermeyer, a senior at Skyline High School in Salt Lake City received first place. Second place was awarded to Rachel Allen, a sophomore from Meridian School in is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Whether you are planning to buy a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your 401k, the resources on can help you d

Provo and Ogden both ranked high in Forbes Magazine's rankings of metro areas for business and career environment. This year, Provo was ranked 11th and Ogden was ranked 23. Salt Lake City was also in the top 100.

Homeowners go to great lengths to conserve energy in this era of tight budgets and environmental awareness. However, many do not realize that the simple act of planting a tree can result in energy savings. Planting the right tree in the right place is the

The Utah Department of Health (UDOH), Bureau of Emergency Medical Services (EMS), has been honored for being among the first 10 states to provide ambulance statistics to the National EMS Database. "Improving patient care and health outcomes are and wil

Includes City Creek, Emigration, lower Parleys, Millcreek, Big Cottonwood, and Little Cottonwood Canyons. Interactive map of the canyons.

According to the report, 2008 Grading the States: a Management Report Card, the State of Utah is the best managed state in the country. Utah received three A grad

Nighttime in the Goblins

Wed, 02 Apr 2008

Visit Goblin Valley State Park. Join the Park Naturalist on April 4th for an evening walk through the goblins. Find out how the goblins came to be and who lurks around in the night! Meet at 8:00 p.m. at the Observation Point above the Valley of the Gobli

This flyer provides important facts and information on the dangers of secondhand smoke.

Congress passed, and the President signed into law, a provision to pay so-called "rebates" to Americans who file tax returns. In so doing, they also extended the payments to include veterans and Social Security recipients who ordinarily do not have to ev

Utah has a variety of geothermal resources that can be used for power generation. This map from the Utah Geological Survey shows some of the prominent locations where geothermal energy is being used in a variety of ways.

A new 4.2 earthquake hit was measured near Wells, Nevada this morning (4/2/2008) at 7:16 am.

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