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The earthquake occurred at 7:16 am on February 21st and was felt across much of northern Utah. Intensity map

Thursday, February 21st, southbound I-15 will be closed from the South Willard Exit #351 to 31st Street/Hinckley Drive in Ogden. This closure is necessary while crews continue to work on several areas that have developed potholes in the travel lanes. W

Salt Lake City, UT?The Third District Court has scheduled Divorce Education for Children Classes on Saturday, March 1 from 10 a.m. to noon and Monday, March 17 from 6 to 8 p.m. The Divorce Education for Children class is available for children 9- to 12

Listen online to this new report on Utah's Wildlife Radio.

This presentation by the Genetic Science Learning Center will help you to understand the concept of molecular genealogy.

Utah Prehistory Week is scheduled for May 3rd through May 10th 2008. Significantly, this will be the 20th anniversary for Utah?s celebration of archaeology and paleontology. Through a special arrangement with the Utah Arts Council, we will host an exhibit

The latest issue of Survey Notes shares how UGS cartographers and geologists are using digital technologies to produce new maps of Utah. A growing repository of maps is available on the UGS website as well as at

During the 2007 Legislation session, the Legislature passed, and Governor Huntsman subsequently signed, House Bill 125, Centers of Excellence Amendments. In this bill, the Legislature authorized the Governor?s Office of Economic Development Centers of

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC), Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG), and Dixie MPO present Utah's Unified Transportation Plan 2007-2030. All fi

Hooper, Utah is currently in the planning stage of having a second memorial monument to honor all of our community?s U.S. Military men & women including reservists.

Details are provided by the Department of Community and Culture.

Utah's Own is a program that features and supports agricultural and food products made in Utah. It is supported by the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food. This forty-page supplement was included in the February issue of Utah Business magazine.

St. George, Utah - The Utah Permanent Community Impact Board (CIB) Thursday awarded Huntington City a $90,000 grant to pay to install dozens of new fire hydrants. The board also approved $345,551 in grant and loan money to build a skate park and soccer f

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See thousands of snow geese

Fri, 15 Feb 2008

DELTA ? Those who have watched snow geese fly in and out of Gunnison Bend Reservoir call it one of the greatest spectacles of nature. You can see that spectacle Feb. 29, and March 1 and 2, at the Eleventh Annual Snow Goose Festival. The festival will b

The February Issue of this Newsletter from the Center for Multicultural Health in Utah.

Kristen Cox, Executive Director of the Department of Workforce Services has appointed Mr. Gerald Brown as the Director of the Refugee Services Office. Governor Jon Huntsman announced the creation of the Refugee Services Office in November 2007 after re

The Utah Education Network (UEN) won two national outreach awards from the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA) at its annual meeting in Columbus, Ohio. The contest judges honored UEN?s innovative NetSafe Utah project with a fir

Utah.com blogger shares his experience hiking in Utah's Snow Canyon State Park.

February is the month where love is celebrated, usually in the traditional way of red roses, red-ribbon wrapped chocolates, and red heart-shaped Valentine?s cards. Here a few more tips for the green at heart to make your Valentine?s Day more environmental

Are you trying to find that perfect way to say "I Love You" to that special reader in your life this Valentines Day? The library staff just may have some suggestions for you. We will begin with an interesting story entitled, "Kabul Beauty School" by D

Visit UEN for this information on the human heart.

A new career planning resource for women is now available from the Department of Workforce Services (DWS). Utah Careers Supplement for Women is a free booklet available at any DWS office. Utah Careers Supplement for Women spells out the facts about women

Freely available guide on acquiring health insurance in Utah developed by Georgetown University in consultation with the State of Utah.

Annual Public Safety Report

Tue, 12 Feb 2008

The annual report summarizes accomplishments and activities of the Utah Department of Public Safety in 2007.

The Utah Labor Commission serves the people of the state by assuring a safe, healthful, fair, nondiscriminatory work environment; assuring fair housing practices, and other regulatory functions.

View the latest data regarding Utah energy consumption and production.

This article discusses resources in Utah, one of the many reasons why Utah's economy is excelling. Everything from business incubators to advanced science and research capabilities make the state a dynamic place for business.

Courses are available through April. Training offered by the Division of Professional Licensing is filling up quickly.

The Utah State Capitol Preservation Board and its Visitor Services Center are excited to announce the beginning of an innovative tour at the State Capitol. Visitors are now invited to tour the building via their mobile phones through a new text messaging

A report detailing recent trends in the labor market from economist Michael Hanni.

The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF) is advising people with long-term food storage pantries to check for recalled food items because of the potential for Botulism contamination. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that

The manufacturer of Zocor, Vioxx and Pepcid will pay Utah $2,256,337 for failing to give rebates to the state Medicaid program. Merck is paying a total of $649 million as part of two separate global settlements involving 49 states and the federal governme

In 2006, several organizations came together to introduce the goal of reaching zero fatalities in Utah. The Zero Fatalities program is a united effort from the federal government, state agencies, and public and private businesses that attacks the top fiv

Join park staff at 10 a.m. on February 9th to learn the basics of building a snow cave. Knowing how to build a snow cave is not only fun, but can be vital in any winter survival situation. Come dressed in layers with a waterproof outer layer. Meet at the

Tax Evader Sentenced

Thu, 07 Feb 2008

A Taylorsville man was sentenced Monday to serve 14 days in jail and to pay more than $26,000 in restitution, criminal penalties and interest on felony tax evasion charges. Richard E. Fail, 57, was found guilty in December of evasion to pay state income

Gryposaurus is the newest dinosaur to be discovered in southern Utah. Find images and information about the dinosaur discovered in Grand-Staircase Escalante National Monument at the Utah Museum of Natural His

State of Utah Comments on Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for a Geologic Repository for the Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel and High -Level Radioactive Waste at Yucca Mountain, Ney County, Nevada (DOE/EIS-0250F-S1D) (PDF file)

Look for results as they come in on Tuesday night, February 5th.

Increases in the number of people diagnosed with influenza have prompted the Utah Department of Health (UDOH) to upgrade Utah?s status to "local" from "sporadic activity." To date, 59 influenza-associated hospitalizations have been reported, with 43 of

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