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The Utah Clean Coal Program will be hosting a meeting on the Future of Coal in a Carbon-Constrained World on May 23rd, 2008 at the Salt Lake City Main Library. The University of Utah is pleased to announce the formation of the Utah Clean Coal Program, wh

The Spring issue of this St. George city newsletter contains lots of information about what is happening down south, including the development of a new airport.

Free admission, the event will be held on May 20th at the Wasatch County Events Center in Heber.

The Lieutenant Governor?s office has received the formal boundary descriptions for the new school district and has issued a "Certificate of Entity Creation" which formally established the new school district.

Utah OSHA Consultation Program is working to launch a statewide campaign to increase awareness of the importance of Teen Summer Work Safety. UOSH Consultation is working with business associations in industries that typically hire teenage workers in an e

Everyone who makes decisions based on water benefits from AHPS, including farmers, river boat pilots, emergency managers, municipal water supply officials, recreationists and dam operators. AHPS will help emergency managers be more proactive in "fighting"

The Utah Transportation Preservation Advisory Council will meet on May 13, 2008 at 1:30 p.m. in the UDOT Rampton Complex, First Floor Conference Room 'A', at 4501 South 2700 West in Salt Lake City.

Test drive the boat of your dreams! May 16 from noon-7, May 17 from 10-7 and May 18 from 10-5, at Jordanelle State Park. Boat dealers will have beautiful new boats On-The-Water and available for demonstration. Bring your boat and get a free safety check b

This new brochure from the Utah Department of Health tells what you can do to help prevent crypto on Utah's swimming pools this summer.

Roughly one-third of the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) work force made a commitment on Earth Day to drastically cut air pollution by carpooling or taking alternative transportation to get to the office. In doing so, DEQ employees collective

The Nine Mile Canyon Archaeological District National Register of Historic Places Nomination will be reviewed at the Board of State History meeting on June 19, 2008, at 1:00 pm, in the Capitol Board Room at the Utah State Capitol building.

Please share your ideas no later than June 4 If you'd like to see a fishing regulation change in Utah in 2009, now is the time to let biologists know about it. Please share your ideas with the Division of Wildlife Resources no later than June 4.

As the nation switches to Digital TV in February 2009, there?s a growing concern among many that millions of old analog TVs could end up in the trash. "Recycling is the best option," said Rusty Lundberg, branch manager with the Division of Solid and Ha

An interactive exhibit of over 60 machines inspired by the drawings of Leonardo Da Vinci that will allow visitors a chance to see the master's genius up close. Many of the machines allow for a hands-on educational experience, where children and adults can

Are you sneezing, sniffling and itchy? Have you had a nagging cough, or are you wheezing or short of breath? Allergies and asthma often trigger these symptoms in the spring when pollen counts are high. The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) encourages Utahn

The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration will be offering the parcels herein described for sale at public auction.

Governor Huntsman will sign the following ceremonial bills on Monday

Reserve tee times through this services for Soldier Hollow, Wasatch Mountain, or Palisades golf courses.

The May newsletter provides a roadmap for the future of deaf services in Utah. You will also find information for events and activities throughout the state.

Today, more than ever, there are no limits to what youth can achieve, especially when they are equipped with the right tools, the right plan, the right support and the right attitude. The State Youth Court Conference purpose is to provide activities, an

Strawberry Reservoir anglers?get ready. Fishing at one of the nation's best trout-fishing waters is about to get even better. More than 410,000 rainbow trout are headed to your favorite fishing water in north-central Utah!

Effective July 1, 2008, only cigarettes meeting low ignition propensity standards may be sold in Utah (Utah Code 53-7-401 through 53-7-411). Commonly referred to as fire-safe, these cigarettes have a reduced propensity to burn when left unattended and

Hear about the Adolescent Advocacy Network and other Juvenile Justice related news and information.

Now you can create your free login to NetLibrary and begin dowloading eAudiobooks from your local library OR from your home.

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

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