Read this and other features in the current issue of Wildlife Review magazine.
The Utah Commission on Volunteers and the Utah Council for Crime Prevention are hosting a training focused on building resilient communities. Training will be held on Saturday, November 10th from 9am to 3pm. Online registration is available at http://vo
Twenty-first century problems require novel and dynamic solutions. The Utah Partners for Conservation and Development (UPCD) is committed to providing such solutions for the serious, statewide issues of conserving, managing and restoring Utah's vast and d
A recent study conducted by Silvia Rosa and John Bissonette, students at Utah State University, demonstrated the effectiveness of deer-vehicle collision mitigation strategies implemented by the Utah Department of Transportation on roads and highways throu
Fire is an important part of many of Utah?s natural landscapes, including landscapes in fringe or interface
areas near rapidly growing cities, towns, and recreational developments. But when people build homes in these
areas, a minor fire that might have
News and information from legislative interim day on October 17, 2007.
Davis County Division of Motor Vehicles moved to 969 West Clark Street, Farmington, Tuesday, Oct. 9.
The DMV was previously located at the Davis County Courthouse. The new office is located in the vicinity of the Davis County Justice Complex and fairgrou
UDOT crews will remove and replace the 4500 South Bridge spanning I-215 East over one weekend! For the past five months the new bridge deck has been under construction next to I-215 and the 4500 South northbound off-ramp. On Saturday, October 27 at 8 a.m.
The new research center provides online tools and information about oil and gas activities across the state of Utah.
Dr. Walter J. Arabasz of the University of Utah Seismograph Stations received the John Wesley Powell Award from the U.S. Geological Survey for his outstanding scientific leadership in helping the public and elected officials understand and reduce the impa
The Utah Department of Corrections is beginning a series of articles to keep policy makers and stakeholders up-to-date with critical issues facing the Department. The newsletter will be a monthly distribution that will be short, yet include regular update
The Utah Mine Safety Commission will hold a meeting to hear from several land management agencies on Monday, October 22, 2007. The meeting will begin at 10:00 a.m. and will be held in the auditorium of the Utah Department of Natural Resources, 1594 West N
New healthcare reporting information from the State of Utah.
Calling all ghosts and ghouls?come and explore the Museum at night! We'll investigate the properties of dry ice, conduct slimy experiments, hear ghost stories in the Romney Mine, and go on a hair-raising flashlight treasure hunt! Wear your favorite costum
The 'Wild West' returns to Antelope Island State Park! Join us for the 21st Annual Bison Roundup, October 24-27, 2007. Volunteer wranglers will saddle-up their horses and move the park's herd of about 600 free-roaming bison from the southern tip of the Is
New information on Energy Drinks and Hand Sanitizers
UDOT and the Federal Highway Administration have released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) on the Mountain View Corridor, a proposed highway and transit corridor in west Salt Lake County and northwest Utah County. Tremendous growth in popul
Applications for next year's most prized Utah hunting permits?2008 Sportsman permits?will be available by Nov. 1.
Only Utah residents may apply for Sportsman permits. One Sportsman Permit is offered for each of the following species: Desert bigh
You can now request UESP materials online, manage your account, and more. In addition, check out the October newsletter for UESP year-end deadlines. UESP now supports over 100,000 educational savings accounts.
Bids will be opened on October 29th.
The Red Rock Film Festival and Horror Fest runs Oct 19-20 in St George and Nov 1-4 in Springdale.
More young bucks should be roaming Utah's forests when the state's general rifle buck deer hunt kicks off Oct. 20.
More than 60,000 hunters, along with their family and friends, are expected in Utah's forests and hills for the state's most popular hunt
A newsletter for teachers and others involved in special education.
Please visit the elections office website for more information on registering for the November 2007 election.
A haunted experience unlike any other. Come and experience a truly haunted Village. Tour Brigham's home, walk through the Hollow, and more. Now through October 30th.
Thirteen legislative committees will be meeting on October 17th. Their agendas can be found online.
New Report from the USGS
Read the 2007 annual report on efforts to reduce the use of tobacco in Utah.
The latest news and information for horse owners in Utah
On October 18th, the State Building Board will meet on Capitol Hill to prioritize requests for capital development projects across the State.
The Financial Highlights, published annually by the Utah Division of Finance, summarizes revenues and spending for the most recent fiscal year.
Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr. challenged participants attending a regional water planning conference to think creatively in developing recommendations for how the West can best meet increasing demands for water.
"We are facing unprecedented demands f
In early 2007 the Utah State Legislature requested the UGS to establish a ground-water monitoring-well network in Utah?s west desert, in response to proposed water-development projects in east-central Nevada and west-central Utah. The general objectives o
Get the latest information on events and activities!
The conference is scheduled for November 29-30, 2007 at the Radisson Hotel in Salt Lake City.
Family Nights are a great opportunity to experience the seasons of the year. The Utah Botanical Center hosts a Family Night in Spring, Summer, and Fall. Each Family Night is full of activities for every age group. Come join us for: Arts & Crafts, Utah
Utah State History publishes a newsletter each quarter called "Currents". You can also sign up to have each issue sent to your email address at http://history.utah.gov/news_and_events/currents/emailsubscribe.html
The Museum has thousands of artifacts housed in its special storage in the basement. Once per year, the Museum hauls out hundreds of its rarest and hardly seen artifacts for the public to view. "What's in the Basement?" Find out on Saturday, October 13th!
Your family can participate in several outdoor activities at the Elk Festival at the Hardware Ranch Wildlife Management Area.
You might even see some wild elk.
The festival is free of charge. It will be held Saturday, Oct. 13. Activities run from 10