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Hero 2 Hired Job Fair

Wed, 22 Oct 2014

This Hero 2 Hired Job Fair is for Veterans, active duty military members, Guard and Reserve members and military spouses.

Nov. 5th, South Towne Expo Center • 9575 S. State St. • Sandy, UT

USHE awarded 31,741 degrees and certificates in 2012-13 (most recent data available), which amounts to about ¾ of all degrees and certificates awarded in Utah each year.

Utah's latest jobs report showed the unemployment rate holding steady at 3.5 percent while job growth was up to 3.7 percent. In all, Utah added some 47,600 jobs over the past 12 months.

Last Friday, Utah's latest jobs report showed the unemployment rate holding steady at 3.5 percent while job growth was up to 3.7 percent. In all, Utah added some 47,600 jobs over the past 12 months.

SALT LAKE CITY (Oct. 21, 2014) – Gov. Gary R. Hebert and Congressman Rob Bishop will join with local leaders and conservation groups to share the details of a precedent-setting agreement with Daggett County. The agreement will advance both conservation and development efforts in eastern Utah.

SALT LAKE CITY - There are 14 days until the Nov. 4 election, but beginning today through Friday, Oct. 31, select counties will hold Early Voting at locations across the state. Of Utah's 29 counties, 19 are offering Early Voting, and the remaining 10 have sent by-mail ballots to every registered voter in their county.

Friday October 24th will be the main push to move bison from the southern portion of the island to handling facilities on north end of the island. On Saturday, any bison left on the range will be moved to the handling facilities.

SALT LAKE CITY – (Oct. 20, 2014) Gov. Gary R. Herbert has appointed Angela Fonnesbeck to fill a judicial vacancy on the First District Juvenile Court.

The first STEM Utah school assembly, designed to inspire students on the value of STEM education, will broadcast live on Tuesday, October 21 with Bryan Kehl, seven-season NFL linebacker and STEM advocate, as a featured speaker.

SALT LAKE CITY (Oct. 17, 2014) – Utah's economy continues to grow stronger as the state's job growth rate increased while unemployment remains among the lowest in the nation, according to new data released by the Dept. of Workforce Services today.

SALT LAKE CITY – (Oct. 14, 2014) Gov. Gary R. Herbert has appointed L. Douglas Hogan to fill a judicial vacancy on the Third District Court.

SALT LAKE CITY (Oct. 14, 2014) –  Gov. Gary R. Herbert has appointed Laura S. Scott as a judge to fill a vacancy on the Third District Court.

The General Financial Literacy standards will go before the Board of Education for final approval on Nov. 7. Public comment is invited until then

Anglers report great fishing using worms, chartreuse PowerBait and spinners. The pond was stocked with 1,000 nine-inch rainbow trout on October 6, and with brood stock rainbow trout on October 7.

An extensive mural at Decker Lake Youth Center, that began only last week, is now complete thanks to the talent and time of Emanuel Martinez of the Emanuel Project.

SALT LAKE CITY – Gov. Gary R. Herbert has authorized the lowering of the flag of the United States of America and the flag of the State of Utah on Sun., Oct. 12, 2014 to memorialize fallen firefighters in observance of the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service weekend.

The Statewide Annual theme this year is Painting and Sculpture. Online registration is open September 22 – October 21,

As the start of Utah's most popular hunt draws closer, biologists with Wildlife Resources have good news to share: in almost every area of the state, the number of buck deer will be similar to, or better, than it was last fall.

Utah Broadband Plan Released

Fri, 10 Oct 2014

The Utah Broadband Project has released the Utah Broadband Plan, which details strategies and key initiatives to help increase broadband deployment, adoption and connectivity throughout the State of Utah.

Gov. Gary R. Herbert  will discuss his proposed Healthy Utah plan
during a visit to Oquirrh View Community Health Center in Taylorsville. The
Healthy Utah plan is the governor’s alternative to Medicaid expansion. The plan
would use federal dollars to provide private health care coverage to nearly 111,000
low-income Utahns.

The Board of Education seeks comments from public about educator licensing, the disciplinary process for Utah educators, and about presumptions that are used to determine punishments or penalties for educator misconduct.

Vehicles in fatal crashes were more likely to be traveling at higher speeds. 57.4% (of known) of vehicles infatal crashes were traveling 50 MPH or higher.

SALT LAKE CITY  – The Appellate Judicial Nominating Commission has scheduled a meeting for Oct. 10 at noon to review applications of individuals interested in filling a vacancy on the Utah Supreme Court resulting from the retirement of Associate Chief Justice Ronald E. Nehring effective Feb. 1, 2015. The Commission will meet in the conference room of the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice located in suite 330 of the Senate Building in Salt Lake City.

The Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) is one of six partners working to make education data more accessible and usable through sound and secure practices.

Gov. Herbert and Education Advisor Tami Pyfer met with student leaders at USU Eastern. The group discussed federal education requirements, higher ed. costs and ways Utah students could better prepare for college.

SALT LAKE CITY (Oct. 7, 2014) - The results of the attorney general’s review of Utah’s adoption of Common Core standards was presented to Gov. Gary R. Herbert, today. The review was requested as part of an effort to resolve divisive issues in education and address questions regarding any current federal entanglements associated with the Common Core standards.

Gov. Gary R. Herbert to launch Envision Utah’s "Your Utah Your Future" campaign, the first statewide effort in the US to actively gather citizen feedback on 11 key areas affected by the anticipated growth of the state.

By state statute, the Board is required to submit a unified budget request to the Legislature each year as part of its duty to "provide a high quality, efficient, & economical public system of higher education"

Gov. Gary R. Herbert will release the results of the attorney general's legal review of  Utah's adoption of the Common Core standards. The purpose of the review is to clarify state control of academic standards and local district and charter school control of the curriculum. The governor requested the review from the attorney general in July as part of an effort to resolve divisive issues in education.

Gov. Gary R. Herbert will launch Envision Utah's "Your Utah Your Future" campaign, the first statewide effort in the country to actively gather citizen feedback on eleven key areas affected by the anticipated growth of the state.  Visuals will include statewide growth models and Envision Utah's "Build Your Utah 2050" interactive survey.

Gov. Gary R. Herbert will release the results of the attorney general's legal review of  Utah's adoption of the Common Core standards. The purpose of the review is to clarify state control of academic standards and local district and charter school control of the curriculum. The governor requested the review from the attorney general in July as part of an effort to resolve divisive issues in education.

The Utah State Board of Education will interview four finalists for the position of State Superintendent of Public Instruction on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014.

SALT LAKE CITY (Oct. 6, 2014) – In response to the Supreme Court's decision not to hear Kitchen v. Herbert or other same-sex marriage cases, Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert issued the following statement:

Gov. Herbert will make a statement on the Supreme Court decision to decline hearing Utah’s same sex marriage appeal.

Check out these photos showing the progress of the beautiful new high school in Richfield.

SALT LAKE CITY (Oct. 3, 2014) – Gov. Gary R. Herbert toured areas of rural Utah recovering from floods that resulted from heavy rains last week.

PRICE, UTAH (Oct. 3, 2014) – During a visit to Utah State University Eastern, Gov. Gary R. Herbert wrapped up a discussion with student leaders with a living history lesson.

The Governor's Standards Review Panel, co-chaired by Dr. Richard Kendell and Pres. Matthew Holland, will begin the review process of the Utah Core Standards in mathematics and English language arts, as announced in a press conference on July 17, 2014. The group will organize technical work groups, which will review and analyze the standards. Gov. Herbert will provide opening remarks

Utah Lt. Governor Spencer Cox urges all Utahns to ride safely and responsibly on trust lands and public lands throughout the state.

Biologists hope rule changes approved by the Utah Wildlife Board will encourage anglers to keep more fish in Utah.

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