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SALT LAKE CITY (Oct. 1, 2014) – Gov. Gary Herbert has declared October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Utah to join the national observation in support of this serious problem.

Tuesday, October 7, 2014 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm at the Sanderson Center of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

The complex will include a 4,800-square-foot research building and electrified quarter mile oval-shaped test track designed to demonstrate in-motion wireless power charging for electric vehicles.

Gov. Hebert was inducted into the Utah Tourism Hall of Fame this week. The honor came as a recognition of his leadership in opening Utah’s five national parks during the federal government shutdown last year.

Gov. Gary R. Herbert will host his fourth annual Governor’s Health Summit tomorrow. The focus of this year’s Summit will be the development of the state’s Health Innovation Plan. The plan focuses on four key areas: value-based care, behavioral health integration, diabetes, obesity and tobacco prevention, and advanced care planning.

Education to Southern Utah University art professor Deb Snider is a lot like one of her quilts, a body of work deliberately stitched together to create a harmonious design.

The overnight camping fee is $45 per vehicle. This fee covers Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. All campers must vacate the ranch by 2:00 p.m. on Sunday.

We are excited to once again celebrate at the Provo River Watershed Festival with activities for the whole family at Wasatch Mountain State Park

“We have scarcely tapped the surface of what is possible,” said Governor Herbert. “More than 95% of our customers live outside of the U.S. Think about it—that is 7 billion potential customers”

SALT LAKE CITY (Sept. 25, 2014) - In response to new allegations concerning public health and safety, Gov. Gary Herbert has launched three investigations into alleged misconduct at the Stericycle facility in North Salt Lake. Protecting the health and safety of the public is the governor's primary concern.

One very important aspect of U.S. economic success, prosperity and growth over the decades has been increasing educational attainment of the populace over time.

The Oct. 23-24 event, held at the Chateaux Resort in Deer Valley, Utah, is designed to foster a love of reading and focuses on the difference reading can make in people’s lives.

This week we celebrated the 20th anniversary of UDOT's Incident Management Team.

The projection results provide four measures that are used to reflect future demand or relative job opportunities afforded by specific occupations.

We’ve all learned the hard way that a tired kid is a cranky kid. And we know quality sleep is important to support a child’s developing immune system.

Companies who wish to export to China can learn more about doing business in China and other countries at the Utah Global Forum, presented by Governor Gary R. Herbert, September 24 in the Salt Palace.

The number of Canada geese produced in the state is the second highest in the past 10 years. Couple that with good production in Montana and western Canada, and this could be a banner year for Canada goose hunting in Utah.

The Do the Write Thing Challenge offers 7th and 8th grade students an opportunity to examine the impact of youth violence on their lives and communicate in writing what they think should be done to prevent violence.

SALT LAKE CITY – The First District Judicial Nominating Commission has selected nominees for a vacancy on the juvenile court. The vacancy results from the retirement of Judge Larry E. Jones. The First Judicial District includes Box Elder, Cache and Rich counties.

SALT LAKE CITY (Sept. 19, 2014) – Utah's unemployment rate is tied for second-lowest in the nation, holding steady at 3.6 percent, according to the latest figures from the Dept. of Workforce Services. The strong jobs report comes on the heels of news of a $166 million budget surplus in FY2014.

Governor Gary R. Herbert stopped by Salt Lake City International Airport to salute World War II veterans as they took their Honor Flight to see the World War II memorial in the nation's capital.

In a new paper, the researchers report findings from studies using cutting-edge luminescence dating techniques that narrow the time frame for the paintings in the Great Gallery.

“This is the first time our department has put together a report with such a broad set of health indicators by Utah Small Areas,” said Michael Friedrichs, UDOH epidemiologist.

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah Gov. Gary R. Herbert will lead a trade mission of state business leaders and government officials from Utah to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro Brazil, Nov. 4-11.

The general rifle bull elk hunt starts Oct. 4. If you'd like to participate in the rifle hunt, or the general muzzleloader hunt that starts Oct. 29, you need to get a permit soon.

The Roundup helps raise funds for the school's low income scholarship fund.

SALT LAKE CITY (Sept. 16, 2014) – Utah's economy is the second strongest in the nation and strong economic growth has once again resulted in a budget surplus.

Register now for the Utah Prepare Conference and Expo at UtahPrepare.com!

Just look at the economic numbers tied to HAFB. It employs more than 20,000 personnel and has a yearly federal payroll of nearly $1.2 billion. It has a total economic impact is $3 billion per year.

SALT LAKE CITY – (Sept. 15, 2014) Gov. Gary R. Herbert has appointed Kara L. Pettit to fill a vacancy on the Third District Court.

SALT LAKE CITY – The Third District Judicial Nominating Commission has selected nominees for two vacancies on the district court. These vacancies result from the retirements of Judge L.A. Dever, effective Nov. 1, 2014 and Judge John Paul Kennedy, effective Dec. 31, 2014.  The Third Judicial District includes Salt Lake, Summit and Tooele counties.

This site is the main source of information for the Veterans programs, policies and initiatives which primarily effect the Wagner-Peyser and Workforce Investment Act (WIA) employment and training programs.

Learn how to write and design a cutting-edge resumé and cover letter or power up a current resumé to get that interview.

SALT LAKE CITY (Sept. 11, 2014) – On the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Gov. Gary Herbert visited the National September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York City to honor the victims and heroes lost that day.

The University worked with DigiCert and Xactware, as well as the Department of Workforce Services, to create a certificate program that prepares students for immediate employment as software testing professionals.

Big Water Dinosaur Festival

Thu, 11 Sep 2014

The Big Water Dinosaur Festival is celebrating the many past and ongoing dinosaur fossil discoveries in the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument and other areas surrounding Big Water, UT.

Just a few days are left until the fair comes to a close on September 14th. Don't miss out on the great activities and interesting displays this year.

At this September’s Utah Global Forum, Utah business owners will learn from top global business executives and get inspired to reach the 95 percent of customers outside of the nation’s borders.

SALT LAKE CITY - In honor of the lives lost, the family members who survived and the thousands of police, fire and military emergency and construction workers who courageously responded on Sept. 11, 2001, Gov. Gary R. Herbert has ordered all flags on state-owned facilities to be flown at half-staff tomorrow, Thurs., Sept. 11, 2014.

While in Washington, D.C., Gov. Gary R. Herbert will hold media access via conference call. The Governor will take questions following his Healthy Utah discussion with U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell.

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