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This slideshow was prepared by the Utah Division of State History and the Utah State Historical Society. The Capitol was rededicated on January 4, 2008.

The Great Salt Lake is the most important inland shorebird site in North America; that it supports 75 percent of the state?s wetlands; that it is one of the most significant wildlife habitats in our hemisphere; and that it is the re-fueling stop for milli

All oil and gas operators working on trust lands should become familiar with new requirements that take effect on January 1, 2008

The Capitol Preservation Board is excited to invite the public back to the People's House to view the beautifully restored and renovated Utah State Capitol. An Open House will be held Saturday, January 5th through Friday, January 11th from 9:00 am to 8:00

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Enjoy three days of fun! Learn about birds from our many presenters. Explore Washington County?s birding hot spots. The Festival is designed for the beginning and the experienced birder. Attend any of the Bird Festival?s many field trips, presentations an

Utah Business 2008

Thu, 03 Jan 2008

See why companies are relocating to Utah. Recent relocation of national and international companies has helped underscore the reality that Utah is becoming a prime company headquarters location.

Chief Economist, Mark Knold, discusses the current state of Utah's housing market.

Some counties are now placing their delinquent taxpayer lists online for those who have not paid their 2007 property taxes, including: Cache,

Understanding the Government Records Access and Management Act

Wed, 02 Jan 2008

This course for state agencies is scheduled for January 8th.

You can learn more about the program and other volunteer opportunities with the DWR at a workshop on Jan. 5. The workshop will be held from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Great Salt Lake Nature Center. The center is located at the Farmington Bay Waterfow

For the second year in a row, the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF) is encouraging other agencies, universities, institutions, and industry or community based organizations to apply for grants to assist specialty crop production. The grants a

Based on past years, as many as 230,000 people will consider applying for a permit to hunt big game in Utah next fall. If you're one of them, please be aware of two changes: * You must have a hunting or combination license before you can apply f

Dates posted for 2008 Mineral Lease Bid Offerings.

Read UTA's project information on the FrontRunner commuter rail scheduled to begin service in the spring of 2008

Chief Economist, Mark Knold, reviews these two economic downturns and the lessons we should learn from them.

According to a recently released report from the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), Utah's economic performance is tops among all fifty states.

First Night Events in Utah

Thu, 27 Dec 2007

First Night activities will be held in communities throughout Utah. Here are a few: Salt Lake City, Provo,

Martin Luther King Luncheon is on January 18, 2008

Fri, 21 Dec 2007

The Martin Luther King Jr. Commission and the Office of Ethnic Affairs invites you to register on time. This year registration is opened before December 10th 2007 to better manage the event.

The Utah Poison Control Center (UPCC) is a 24-hour resource for poison information, clinical toxicology consultation and poison prevention education. This free and confidential service is available 365 days a year. TDD is offered for the hearing impaired

See a luge race or ski-jump competition at the Utah Olympic Park this winter. Winter Bobsled Rides on "The Comet" Go up to 80 miles per hour, experience 5 G's of force an equivalent of a 40-story drop

For many Utahns, the months of December and January represent open season for switching their HMO or making changes to existing health coverage. The 2007 Performance Report for Utah Commercial HMOs and Medicaid & CHIP Health Plans, released this week by t

The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) has announced that more than 2,000 doses of the recently recalled Haemophilus influenzae type B (Hib) vaccine were received and shipped in Utah since April 2007. The vaccine's manufacturer, Merck, voluntarily recalled

If you've been thinking about joining Utah's Dedicated Hunter program, you may not want to think much longer. The program is almost full. Ten thousand hunters are allowed in the program. Right now the program is only 2,900 spots away from that cap.

See hundreds of wild elk

Wed, 19 Dec 2007

You can take a sleigh ride that will put you in the middle of as many as 600 wild elk. The rides are available five days a week at the Hardware Ranch Wildlife Management Area. Hardware Ranch is 17 miles east of Hyrum. Its winter elk viewing season b

The State of Utah Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) is a publication of the Department of Administrative Services, Division of Finance. The contents of the CAFR present the State's financial position and results of operations, as well as certai

The Board of Water Resources, under the Lake Powell Pipeline Development Act passed by the Utah State Legislature in 2006, is authorized to build the Lake Powell Pipeline to meet the water demands of southwestern Utah. The legislation authorizes a pipeli

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SALT LAKE CITY HAS ISSUED A SNOW ADVISORY...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 6 PM MST WEDNESDAY. THIS ADVISORY IS FOR THE WASATCH MOUNTAINS NORTH AND SOUTH OF I-80.

LUMINARIAS AT THE EDGE Thursday evening from 5:30 to 8:30 PM. Come and enjoy the magical glow of more than one thousand candlelights illuminating the walkways and Pueblo walls. Refreshments and holiday music. Museum exhibits open for your enjoyment. Fre

Several holiday concerts will be presented by the Utah Symphony including Dvořák's Seventh featuring violinist Karen Gomyo.

Assistant Attorney General Recognized for Service to Disabled

Mon, 17 Dec 2007

Three public servants with a passion for protecting the people of Utah were honored today by Attorney General Mark Shurtleff. The recognition took place in Salt Lake City at the 2007 Awards Luncheon for the Utah Attorney General?s Office. Lifetime

The State of Utah, through the Utah State Energy Program, is making available as much as $75,000 in grant funds for projects involving energy efficiency upgrades to existing public buildings. Eligible upgrades must be identified as a result of an energ

Read the latest news and information for Medicaid services providers.

Registration for this event will begin in January 2008. The conference will be held at the E-Center.

The Capitol Preservation Board invites the public back to the "People's House" to view the beautifully restored and renovated Utah State Capitol. An Open House will be held Saturday, January 5th through Friday, January 11th from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm daily.

Find the latest employment-related news for Wasatch, Summit, and Utah counties in this quarterly publication. Other areas of the state are also online.

Fishing on American Fork Creek should improve. PacifiCorp Project Manager Robert Atwood recently gave the utility's water rights on the creek to the Division of Wildlife Resources. PacifiCorp turned the water rights over after the utility decided it was n

Saltair was a popular resort located on the South shore of the Great Salt Lake. Opened in 1893, Saltair attracted bathers and hosted picnics and dances. It had a giant roller coaster known all over the state.

Download this brochure complete with a map of snowmobiling opportunities in the area surrounding Wasatch Mountain State Park.

Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne today signed an historic decision that will implement innovative strategies for management of the Colorado River, reflecting "a remarkable consensus" among stakeholders about sharing water during the current droug

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