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The Summit will explore opportunities for start-ups, women entrepreneurs, high technology and investor based companies.

Governor Gary R. Herbert's 10-Year Strategic Energy Plan's sixth recommendation states that "Utah should have a statewide plan for reducing energy consumption." Public comment period on this plan is open until May 9

Participating is a great way for your family or organization to be prepared to survive and recover quickly from big earthquakes– wherever you live, work, or travel.

While Utah's seat belt use rate has increased from 67.4% in 2000 to the 2012 rate of 81.9%, the usage rate of truck drivers is significantly behind the state average

The 2014 Governor's State of Sport Awards celebrate Utah's Sports Industry and honors excellence in high school, amateur, collegiate, Olympic and professional sports for the 2013 calendar year.

As Utah continues to be one of the nations top states for business, the Summit is designed to enhance Utah business across the local, national and global marketplace.

Utah Energy News

Fri, 21 Mar 2014

The 1st Quarter 2014 Edition of Utah Energy Works, Utah's Energy Efficiency Development Newsletter.

Gov. Gary Herbert was joined by business leaders from a broad spectrum of industries as he discussed the keys to Utah’s economic success. The state’s unemployment rate is now 3.9 percent thanks to 2.8 percent job growth.

This year's report highlights what Utah judges are doing — individually and collectively — to advance the administration of justice by putting a face on various court initiatives.

The Utah Freight Plan will identify freight transportation facilities that are critical to Utah’s economic growth and recommend appropriate priority to investments in such facilities.

The Utah Health Data Committee has published the 2013 Consumer Satisfaction Report of Utah Health Plans. This report describes how satisfied each health plan’s own members are with the care they are receiving.

Construction has started on US-89 North of Kanab between mileposts 65 and 68. The road is now closed to all traffic Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 11:30 am until approximately April 11th.

Utah's STEM Action Center

Tue, 11 Feb 2014

Utah's new STEM Action Center is about preparing Utah's kids to build a better tomorrow. Visit stem.utah.gov

To achieve education goals, the governor urged an innovative approach for the use of existing state money. The governor announced that his new budget allocates an additional $4.5 million for the STEM Action Center.

The 2013 report updates our progress on important environmental issues and shares stories about the ways our programs improve the lives of Utah residents.

To speed up your tax refund, we encourage all filers to wait until January 31 and file electronically rather than with a paper return. The Tax Commission will not process any tax returns before January 31

Getting regular mammograms is the best way to detect breast cancer in its earliest, most treatable stage. When found early, breast cancer is treatable.

A Colorado big game outfitter and his assistant have been charged in a 17-count indictment for their practice of illegally capturing and maiming mountain lions and bobcats — many of which were in Utah

After taking the Oath, Reyes has a busy agenda as Utah's new attorney general. Visit attorneygeneral.utah.gov for the latest updates.

Learn about Utah's laws regarding snowmobiling. Access great resources and maps of Utah's snowmobile complexes. Discover online training opportunities

New research released by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) through the Volunteering and Civic Life in America 2013 report ranks Utah as the #1 volunteering state in the nation

Governor Gary R. Herbert announced his budget recommendations for Fiscal Year 2015 at Utah Valley University.

The UDOT Citizen Reporting Program enlists volunteers to report on current road conditions along roadways across Utah. Volunteers can be law enforcement, truck drivers, plow drivers, experienced commuters, or other volunteers.

Getting an Education

Fri, 29 Nov 2013

When it comes to employment, most people want to be employed and earn good wages. One of the best ways to accomplish this goal is to finish high school and pursue post-secondary education.

The latest edition of Live Well Utah has some great tips for the season, including how to best cook your holiday turkey, how to eliminate debt, and live a more sustainable lifestyle.

Seasonal Road Closures

Mon, 18 Nov 2013

Before you head out to visit Utah's high country this winter, be sure to check out UDOT's seasonal road closure page with the latest updates on the status of these highways.

Each month, the Utah Department of Health’s (UDOH) Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program serves an average of 66,000 clients, including moms, babies, and children up to age five.

Salt Lake City received the 2013 Outstanding Award in Pollution Prevention at a luncheon attended by business and community leaders at the forefront in reducing pollution in Utah.

The Job Vacancy Study (JVS) helps job seekers identify occupations in demand and assists employers in understanding the labor needs of the entire business community.

Workshops on job seek, military skills translation, and more. At the South Towne Expo Center on Wednesday, October 30th.

Check out this video from the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City as you prepare for the winter season. Also, be sure to visit beready.utah.gov

Had I known of the outpouring of support and friendship we have received since announcing my retirement, I might have done it earlier. We have been flooded with calls, notes and emails.

Governor Gary Herbert announced a deal with the U.S. Department of Interior to re-open Utah's five national parks, Cedar Breaks and Natural Bridges national monuments, and Glen Canyon.

Governor Herbert will host a statewide after-school faculty meeting beginning at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 9th.

As a finalist, I-15 CORE is eligible for either the Grand Prize, which is awarded by a panel of judges, or the People’s Choice award, which is based on public voting.

Thanks to the cooperative efforts of landowners, producers, the Division of Water Quality (DWQ), and the local conservation district, phosphorous levels in the Cub River drainage have been steadily decreasing.

Governor Gary R. Herbert, commander in chief of the Utah National Guard, reviewed his troops in a pass-and-review ceremony as required by statute and met individual Airmen and Soldiers in person.

The Department of Public Safety is reaching out to the community to call attention to the need to properly restrain children riding in a motor vehicle in a child restraint that meets their weight, height and age requirements.

Now underway! With great entertainment and numerous exhibits, Utah State Fair strives to blend the best of Utah tradition and heritage with new technology and modern ideals.

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