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The Utah Department of Transportation encourages business and homeowners to use on-site snow storage areas to improve traveler safety on State Roads. In the face of several approaching storms, UDOT warns that snow being pushed from driveways and parkin

Text-based updates on road conditions across the state of Utah.

Utah Governor Jon Huntsman issued the following statement Sunday: "Mary Kaye and I are truly mourning tonight's death of President Gordon B. Hinckley. The President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has served as a transformational rel

2008 State of the Judiciary

Mon, 28 Jan 2008

On January 21st, Chief Justice, Christine M. Durham, delivered her annual State of the Judiciary address to the Utah State Legislature. Chief Justice Durham reported on the progress of various important judicial initiatives and emphasized the role of the

View the location of incoming flights on the FAA's flight tracker.

President Bush will deliver his State of the Union address on January 28, 2008. Whatever the form, content, delivery method or broadcast medium, the President's annual address is a backdrop for national unity. The State of the Union gives the President an

The Utah Grazingland Network (UGN), with a grant through the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), will be sponsoring and awarding scholarships for a "Land EKG" Rangeland monitoring workshop. The attached flier provides a description for the even

This week's events include a celebration of the Chinese New Year at Cottonwood High School.

The Construction Career Days initiative developed by the FHWA has proven highly successful in promoting the transportation industry and the careers it offers to America?s youth.

Miss Utah, Jill Stevens, is currently involved with the Miss America competition. For the past 6 years, Jill has been serving in the US Military as a Combat Medic in the Utah National Guard, while earning her degree in Nursing at Southern Utah University

This report contains information on five commercial HMOs, two Medicaid HMOs, two Medicaid health plans (Select Access Preferred Provider Network and the fee for service plan), and two Children?s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) HMOs. The five commercial HM

Each team had 48 hours to script, shoot, and edit a film. Additionally, in the creation of the film, each team was required to use the three following Official Film Criteria: 1. 10 seconds of dancing 2. A musical instrument 3. The phrase: "Did you know

Economist John Mathews review the mortgage financing industry in Utah.

Utah is flush with funds to help low-income families pay their energy bills. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Sec. Mike Leavitt Thursday announced the release of $450 million in heat assistance funding for the winter months ahead. Utah?s shar

The final report of the Utah Mining Safety Commission was released to the public on January 23, 2008. (PDF document)

Winter Fishing in Utah

Thu, 24 Jan 2008

Ice fishing is growing in popularity in Utah. Read about it in Wildlife Review, one of the State's many popular online publications.

Watch the 2008 State of the State address. Utah's economy continues to lead the nation. Governor Huntsman reviews the State's progress and outlines goals for the administration. Streaming media courtesy of KSL TV. (requires

Osteoporosis - Beatable and Treatable: New Report Shows Many Utahns Living with Osteoporosis

Tue, 22 Jan 2008

It's Beatable - It's Treatable is the new campaign message for the National Osteoporosis Foundation. In Utah, the message is already a reality for many of the 55,000 people diagnosed with the disease. The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) has released a re

The State Office of Ethnic Affairs and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission announce this year?s Adopt-A-School "What?s Your Dream" Essay Project Honoree, Isaac Paul Failner of Vista Elementary. Isaac is recognized for his essay describing his dream fo

Emerging Occupations

Fri, 18 Jan 2008

This article in the January issue of Trendlines identifies some of the occupations that are in demand in today's job market.

Two chances to see bald eagles are available in February. Utah's annual Bald Eagle Day will be held Feb. 2 at sites in central, northeastern and southwestern Utah. On the following Saturday, Feb. 9, viewing will be offered at two sites in northern Utah.

The 57th Legislature begins its work on Monday, January 21st. Many of the bills that will be considered this year are already available on the Legislature's website. The session will end on March 5th.

Governor Jon Huntsman is pleased to announce today that five Utah businesses and two government entities have joined the state to be among the first to sign up for The Climate Registry, a multi-state initiative that tracks greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Thousands of Utahns will challenge themselves to drop a few pounds with diet and exercise changes in 2008. The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) Check Your Health? program is ready to help. As part of an ongoing effort to prevent and control rising obesity

January 19, 2008 In celebration of the Camp Floyd's sesquicentennial, author/historian Curtis Allen will entertain visitors with stories of the Camp Floyd officers who were later generals in the Civil War, both Union and Confederate. Mr. Allen has iden

Utah?s number of nonfarm wage and salaried jobs for December dropped noticeably, falling by three-tenths of a point compared with last month. This places employment growth since last December at 3.6 percent, a vibrant rate, yet one trending downward. Ev

When should students stay inside? When should recess be cancelled? When should sports and exercise be limited? The Utah Department of Environmental Quality, the State Office of Education and the Utah Department of Health has collaborated to develop a set

The Utah Work/Life Awards celebrates its 10th year! This milestone comes with some exciting changes. The Utah Work/Life Award recognizes and honors companies that are creating exceptional workplaces and businesses by effectively addressing employee wor

January 19, 2008 Join park staff for a free basic snowshoe clinic from 9 am to noon, to explore the roots of snowshoeing, types of snowshoes, health benefits, and techniques. We will begin with an indoor discussion at the Educational Yurt, followed by

According to Forbes, Salt Lake City is the best place in the U.S. to find a job due to an abundance of tech jobs.

Find a Teaching Job in Utah

Mon, 14 Jan 2008

Utah is using the online service, Teachers-Teachers.com to find qualified applicants for teaching jobs throughout the state.

Oil and Gas Conservation General Rules require that all operators submit an annual waste management plan by January 15th of each year. Plans are to be submitted to the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining.

Utah ski resorts are participating in a "Lucky 13"promotion to encourage people to learn to ski, as part of SnowSports Industries America's "Learn-A-Snowsport" campaign. During the promotion, which runs from Jan 19-31, the resorts offers discounts and

The Utah Radiation Control Board discourages patients without symptoms from obtaining wholebody computerized tomography (CT) scans until scientific studies demonstrate that they are effective in reducing disease or death. Whole-body CT scanning is markete

Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says a new agreement with MySpace is a good start to help make the social networking web site a safer "place for friends." MySpace and the Attorneys General of 49 states signed the agreement today requiring stronger measure

Find out more on this and other film events in Utah at film.utah.gov.

Polar Plunge (January 19, 2008 - January 19, 2008) Law Enforcement Special Olympic sponsored plunge (jump) into Hyrum Lake.

Utah Governor Jon Huntsman accepted the 22nd annual Economic Report to the Governor Thursday, touting Utah's continued strength. "Utah's economy is the strongest in the nation," Governor Huntsman said. "In 2007, we've experienced several record highs.

VERNAL ? Officers with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources are investigating several poaching cases, and they're asking for the public's help. The cases occurred this past summer and fall in northeastern Utah. "During this past fall, numerous ca

In a single year, it is estimated that more than 11,000 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cervical cancer. Of those, nearly 3,670 will die. The good news is that most cervical cancer deaths can be prevented. The Utah Department of Health (UDOH)

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