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The festival attracts over 35,000 visitors who enjoy two stages of continuous music and dance, crafts demonstrations and crafts sales. Approximately 600 artists from some forty Salt Lake Valley ethnic communities share their heritage. Twenty ethnic foo

Angler's Legacy

Thu, 08 May 2008

This innovative program encourages avid anglers to share their passion for fishing. The Division of Wildlife Resources invites you to learn more in Wildlife Review's online magazine.

School kids from across the state submitted posters in the radon poster contest, an effort to help educate Utahans about the dangers of radon gas.

Governor Huntsman will sign the following ceremonial bill tomorrow along with a Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month declaration:

Utah Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., has authorized the lowering of the Flag of the United States of America and the Flag of the State of Utah on Saturday, May 10, 2008.

The education transition team for the new school district has scheduled four town meetings to discuss the new school district. Those living in the cities of Alta, Cottonwood Heights, Midvale, Draper, Sandy and parts of Salt Lake County, are invited to att

The Environmental Epidemiology Program is hosting a new web resource for environmental public health tracking.

Utah students can win a prize by completing the 15 treasure hunt questions on this brochure. Visit Utah's museums this summer.

Use this website to plan your yard and garden this Spring. You can create your own custom list of plants that are beautiful and well-adapted to Utah's dry climate.

Governor Huntsman will sign the following ceremonial bill

Polygamy and the roles of the media and government will be explored in a Town Hall Meeting in St. George. This will be the fourth Town Hall Meeting concerning polygamy for Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff and Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard.

Digital images of thousands of applications from Utah prisoners to the Utah Board of Pardons have been posted online by the Utah State Archives and Records Service. The Board of Pardon?s Prisoner?s Application Case Files, 1892-1949, is the newest addition

Utah Career Guide

Tue, 06 May 2008

This comprehensive guide, current through September 2008, addresses the needs of adults in the workforce. Whether you are looking for information on Utah's hottest jobs or tips on interviewing and resume building, it's all here.

Governor Jon Huntsman will announce the members of the newly formed Globally Competitive Workforce Steering Committee.

Utah has over 300 registered beekeepers, and some of the largest beekeeping operations have seen heavy losses this spring. Beginning September 2006, beekeepers throughout the US have been suffering unusually high losses with symptoms that do not match

It is the size of a bowling ball but heavier, tumbled from space, and is believed to be about 4.5 billion years old. Now, the Gunlock Meteorite is on display at the Natural Resources Map & Bookstore, 1594 West North Temple, in Salt Lake City. Geologist

Two more agriculture-oriented organizations have joined the efforts to locate whoever shot and killed 10 cows in Tooele County. Western AgCredit has pledged $1,000, and the Dairy Producers of Utah has pledged $500 to the Tooele County cattle shooting rewa

The Utah Arts Council has reissued these popular CDs which contain a 12-page booklet with descriptive text, song lists, and photos of Utah's Hispanic folk artists, dancers and musicians. The CDs feature 17 groups and over 70 artists including many of the

The Presenting Sponsor of the Utah Arts Council?s 2008 Mountain West Conference on the Arts is NowPlayingUtah.com. NowPlayingUtah.com is the new, comprehensive, one-stop source for arts and cultural events, performances, exhibitions, sports, and recreatio

Proposals should include a one-page description of the topic and its significance, any audio visual needs, mailing address and telephone number participants, and a one or two paragraph biography of each participant. Proposals for individual papers or

Think Globally, View Locally

Fri, 02 May 2008

A 24 hour stream of international broadcasts is now premiering on UEN-TV digital channel 9.2. The non-commercial programming is provided by the MHz WorldView Channel.

This environmental guide will allow those involved in mountain resort industries to identify proven management practices and gain practical ideas to improve the way we impact our environment.

Attorney General Shurtleff informs the Senate majority leader of Utah and Arizona's efforts to protect victims of child abuse and domestic violence.

At midnight on February 17, 2009, all full-power television stations in the United States will stop broadcasting in analog and switch to 100% digital broadcasting. Digital broadcasting promises to provide a clearer picture and more programming options and

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is beginning the planning and design phases for improvements to 10th West in Logan and invites the public to attend an open house Thursday, May 1 at the Woodruff Elementary Multipurpose Room (650 South 1000 Wes

When it comes to Nordic skiing events at the Olympics, every second ? and every degree of temperature ? counts. That's why Canada, which is hosting the 2010 Winter Games at Vancouver, is bringing in University of Utah experts to train its team of forec

A science panel is looking at the existing selenium studies on the Lake and conducted additional work, where necessary. The Great Salt Lake Water Quality Steering Committee will consider the science panel?s work, then make a recommendation to the Water Qu

"If we can learn to stand together as one against the plague of youth violence, we can make a difference."

Last year the Utah State Energy Program (SEP) and its partners launched a new program of training on the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code (2006 IECC), which was adopted into Utah state law on January 1, 2007. The success of the program has l

Utah Prehistory Week is scheduled for May 3rd - May 10th, 2008. Celebrate Utah's rich and diverse prehistory at events that are held all over the state--events such as tours to important archaeological and paleontological sites, free public lectures, mus

The genomic era is upon us. New advances in genetic technology are being discovered daily and we must be prepared for the surge of genomic information to come. But what is the difference between genetics and genomics? And what does it have to do with asth

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

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