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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

In celebration of the holiday season and remembering simpler times past, Camp Floyd State Park hosts a candle making/punched-tin lantern making workshop on Saturday, December 15, 2007 at 10 a.m. Create a peaceful holiday mood with family and friends at th

On Nov. 21, biologists and members of the public released black-footed ferrets at two sites ? Wolf Creek in Colorado and Snake John Reef in Utah. The ferrets they released will do more than increase the size of ferret populations that are already in th

Governor Huntsman's focus on strengthening Utah's economy has fueled sustained growth in key areas. The State is seeing record population increases, substantial job increases, and revenue growth that is above the long-term average. During 2007, personal

The MRC program was created after President Bush?s 2002 State of the Union Address, in which he asked all Americans to volunteer in support of their country. The MRC is comprised of organized medical and public health professionals who serve as volunteers

24-hour automated road condition information can be accessed using any Utah-based phone by simply dialing 511. Outside Utah, you can access the same information by dialing toll-free 866-511-UTAH (8824). Road conditions are reported by UDOT snowplow o

Ski on the new easy trails or challenge yourself on Olympic courses. Soldier Hollow has immaculately groomed trails for first timers, cross over downhill skiers and expert skaters or classic "striders". Soldier Hollow in Wasatch Mountain State Park nea

Utah?s economy felt and performed as if in a boom period. Employment growth averaged 4.8 percent for the entire year. The unemployment rate began the year at 3.4 percent and by year?s end had fallen to a near historic low of 2.6 percent. This naturally si

Snowmobiling Trails in Utah

Mon, 10 Dec 2007

The Department of Natural Resources provides maps and brochures of 9 different snowmobiling complexes across the state.

Portion sizes are increasing almost everywhere we turn - at the grocery store, at restaurants, at home and at the movies. Studies show that the when faced with larger portions, people inadvertently consume more calories which can lead to weight gain. Ther

Effective immediately, the Utah Arts Council announces the extension of the application deadline for 2008 Folk, Traditional, and Ethnic Apprenticeship and Teaching Grants to Tuesday, January 15, 2007.

A naturalist is available Wednesday - Saturday for guided snowshoe hikes within the park. New snowshoers are welcome and will receive basic snowshoeing instructions as well as a little taste of winter ecology. Ask at the visitor center or call (435) 654-1

Two men have been arrested and another is being sought in connection with the theft of 19 head of cattle valued at $12,500 from the Producers Livestock Auction in Sevier County.

The Loa State Fish Hatchery is under temporary quarantine, the Division of Wildlife Resources announced Dec. 3. The DWR placed the hatchery under quarantine after biologists discovered snails in some of the hatchery's raceways. (Raceways are areas wher

The Fisher Towers Trail has been designated as an official "National Recreation Trail". This 2.2-mile backcountry trail provides access to one of the most unique geological h

The ribbon was recently cut on the new Department of Natural Resources building in Price, Utah. This building will also house the Division of Wildlife Resources' Southeast Region headquarters. The dedication culminates a five-year effort that was on time

View the latest comparative information about heart related surgery and deaths in hospitals across Utah gathered by the Utah Department of Health.

See them all at travel.utah.gov

Health insurance is an important issue for the people of Utah. Utah?s residents receive their health insurance coverage through health plans sponsored by the government, employers, and commercial health insurers. The commercial health insurance market is

It takes seven years for a sego lily to grow from a seed to a flower, but if something happens to its home, it can be gone in an instant. That?s why a team of staff has made it their job to save the lilies living at the site where the new Utah Museum of N

The Utah Department of Transportation is examining the community transportation needs and impacts of an east-west corridor between I-15 and Redwood Road. Geographical boundaries of the study include the area north of Utah Lake, from Redwood Road to I-15;

Specialty operates, evaluates, and manages airborne signals intelligence information systems and operations activities. Performs and supervises identification, acquisition, recording, translating, analyzing, and reporting of assigned voice communications.

Speak Up, a national online research project facilitated by Project TomorrowSM, gives individuals the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues. Each year, findings are summarized and shared with national and state policy makers.

This quarterly Crime in Utah report is published by the Bureau of Criminal Identification to give governmental leaders and citizens a better understanding of criminal activity in the state. The report is a compilation of crime data reported by local law

Check here periodically for the latest avalanche information and conditions on the Wasatch Front.

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has identified its preferred alternative to address traffic congestion and safety concerns along the S.R. 108 corridor in Weber and Davis Counties. UDOT recently released the Draft Environmental Impact Stateme

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