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Gandy Warm Springs is a refreshing oasis of tiny waterfalls, pools, caves, and crystal clear streams with water temperatures up to 81 degrees F located on the western edge of Snake Valley

The sprawling waters of Starvation Reservoir offer great fishing and boating. Enjoy sandy beaches and a grassy day-use area for picnics and volleyball.

Year-round adventure awaits at Wasatch Mountain State Park. Camp, hike, mountain bike, golf, explore off-highway vehicle and horseback trails and more on over 23,000 acres.

Cinnamon-colored buttes provide a backdrop for this quiet desert oasis. Popular with locals, this warm-water reservoir is ideal for waterskiing, fishing and camping.

Gov. Gary Herbert, along with a number of business executives and government officials, hosted a reception promoting Utah as a vacation destination and celebrating Delta Air Lines' new nonstop flight between Amsterdam and Salt Lake City.

The Utah Department of Transportation and Layton City are working together to tailor solutions to meet the city?s unique traffic challenges. One of the main challenges is near Hill Field Road and the interchange with Interstate 15.

Ride 16,000 acres of open sand and trails or launch a boat and water ski, fish, swim or relax on sandy beaches. Camp overnight in one of three campgrounds.

The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) and Safe Kids Utah encourage parents and caregivers to be prepared with simple safety tips to keep kids safe and having fun.

There will be limited lane closures on Bangerter and the on- and off-ramps, but all directions will remain open.

New Utah History podcast features the tale of Old Ephraim.

The study explores whether potential benefits and cost savings to students could be achieved by identifying areas of improvement during the application experience for students

The next land sale auction for Utah State Trust Lands Administration will be held on Wednesday, June 3, 2015.

Many people may be surprised to learn what, or more appropriately who, is the deadliest creature of all - the drunk driver, who kills an average of 30 people per year.

On October 4, 1915, 80-acres of fossil-rich land in Northeast Utah were set aside as Dinosaur National Monument to protect "an extraordinary deposit of Dinosaurian and other gigantic reptilian remains of the Jurassic period."

Come join us for a day of conversation and inspiration, as we talk with brilliant and awesome women in education, technology, and business leadership!

Matheson stresses that "Environmental issues are critical for Utah quality of life."

SALT LAKE CITY (April 22, 2015) - Last Friday, the latest job report showed Utah's economy continues its strong performance. New rankings released this week indicate Utah's economy is one of the strongest in the nation.

Chief Economist Carrie Mayne talks about Utah's Job Numbers. She explains where we are improving and which industries have been growing the most.

"The First Lady and I extend our deepest condolences to members of the Bangerter family, and express gratitude on behalf of all Utahns for his service to the state as governor, as a legislator and as Speaker of the Utah House"

The Great Utah Shakeout!

Thu, 16 Apr 2015

Over 940,000 Utahns are registered for today's Great Utah Shakeout. Be ready Utah!

The state level Army National Guard Best Warrior Competition, hosted by the Utah National Guard, was held April 10-12 at Camp Williams to determine the total-soldier-concept warriors to advance to the regional competition.

Utah again earns the top spot for states with the best economic outlook, followed by North Dakota, Indiana, North Carolina and Arizona, according to the newest edition of Rich States, Poor States

Quite a few thrilling features will set this year's summit apart from the rest, including stories about scaling actual mountain summits. The Governor's 9th Annual Economic Summit will be held Friday, April 17

President Obama Visits Utah

Fri, 03 Apr 2015

President Obama arrived at Hill Air Force Base last night and will continue his visit to Utah today

The Governor's State of Sport Awards showcase the highest achievements in Utah individual and team sports during the 2014 calendar year as voted on by you, the fans and citizens of the great state of Utah.

Northern Utah County is developing at a rapid pace, emerging as a new frontier of the high-tech industry. In addition to retail attractions such as Cabela's and the Outlets at Traverse Mountain, the area around I-15 at Timpanogos Highway

Major I-15 construction for The Point project is now underway, including work on I-15 between Draper and Lehi, the14600 South interchange and along the Frontage Roads to I-15.

Gov. Herbert signed SB 296 Antidiscrimination and Religious Freedom Amendments into law Thursday night during a public ceremony in the Capitol Rotunda. SB 296 addresses LGBT discrimination and religious freedoms.

Having passed almost 300 bills already, this year's legislative session is almost over. Watch the final sessions live at le.utah.gov

?Of all my duties as Governor, I would be hard-pressed to name another more significant than honoring those whose sacrifices have helped make our freedoms possible, as well as to salute their families? said Gov. Herbert.

This video provides a brief explanation of UDOT's Long-Range Transportation Plan and the planning process.

A commitment to responsibly growing the recreation economy is a key driver behind Utah being a bastion for both the outdoor industry and the tourism based recreation economy.

Spring Break in The Mighty 5

Mon, 02 Mar 2015

This year, instead of packing up the family and joining the throngs waiting in endless lines at theme parks, head for Utah, the only place on earth where you can easily explore five national parks in a single, epic week.

With two of the top projects located on I-15, UDOT recommends motorists rethink how they commute to reduce delays by carpooling, using transit, adjusting work schedules to leave earlier or stay later, or telecommuting.

If you want to experience the thrill of hunting a strutting, gobbling tom turkey, but you don't have a hunting permit yet, no problem ? permits to participate in Utah's general turkey hunt are now on sale.

Earlier this month, in Salt Lake and Orem, foster parents gathered with Utah Foster Care to discuss myths, realities and common questions and answers about foster parenting.

Gov. Gary R. Herbert delivers the 2015 State of the State Address, continuing to focus on important priorities for the state, including education, the economy and healthcare.

Governor Gary Herbert will deliver the annual State of the State address on January 28, 2015 at 6:30pm.

A public memorial service will be held on Thursday, Jan. 22 at 10 a.m for former Speaker of the House Rebecca Lockhart. The service will be held in the Capitol Rotunda in Salt Lake City.

?The State of Utah recently unveiled the new Open Data Catalog, providing the public additional transparency into state government records. The catalog can be accessed at opendata.utah.gov.

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