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Layton Elementary School kindergarten teacher Anjanette McNeeley was named first runner up

The Festival was launched five years ago as a way to raise awareness about the Jordan River and expand audiences of engaged outdoor recreation enthusiasts, conservationists, river advocates, and volunteers.

Home to nine certified International Dark Sky Parks and countless areas of natural darkness, Utah is quickly becoming one of the most popular states for night sky gazers.

Here are a few of the building projects recently completed by DFCM.

On Sept. 22, you can see the birds ? and learn more about them ? as the Division of Wildlife Resources and its partners host a sandhill crane viewing day.

Events includes Grandstand Shows, Arena Events, Barrel Racing, Kids Activities, and much more!

Personal finance site MagnifyMoney identified America's biggest "boomtowns" by analyzing how the 100 largest metro areas in the country changed over a five-year period

The RISE assessment is a multistage computer adaptive criterion referenced assessment system that includes summative tests for English Language Art (ELA), Mathematics, Science, and Writing.

A special Youth Waterfowl Hunt will be held in the Northern Zone on Sept. 22. In the Southern Zone, a youth hunt will be held on Sept. 29.

Utah's nonfarm payroll employment for July 2018 grew by an estimated 3.9 percent, adding 57,100 jobs to the economy since July 2017. Utah's current employment level registers 1,510,700.

Chef Todd Leonard, Utah Valley University's Culinary Arts Institute department chair, was named the 2018 National Chef of the Year at the American Culinary Federation national convention

The 2018 Outdoor Recreation Summit is a three-day event held at the Zermatt Resort in beautiful Heber Valley. You're invited to come and be a part of the discussion about outdoor recreation in Utah.

Life sciences companies deliver technologies and services to improve personal health. They develop, manufacture, and distribute medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and related products.

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The Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development has been selected to participate in a Policy Academy design to help grow and strengthen manufacturing in the state.

The Utah Neurodiversity Workforce Program, which started at the University of Utah, strives to help neurodiverse students enter jobs or higher education

Grouse numbers range from average to above average this fall

WSU's Office of Emergency Management and Planning conducts regular training exercises, with a full-scale event yearly.

Check out the Utah's Own directory to find markets around the state.

This interactive map explores Utah's Coal Mines that are permitted by the Utah Department Natural Resources, Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining, Coal Program.

The Jordanelle Triathlon is a classic. It's one of Utah's premier race venues, with some of the clearest open water, scenic bike courses, and a run course unlike any other event around.

Come find out what thousands of Davis Tech graduates already know; Technical education from Davis Tech equals success!

This seminar will also include information on trade services, Governor-led trade missions, and U.S. Commercial Service.

USU Extension Assistant Professor Zuri Garcia has been working to increase mental health awareness among the Latino community in Clearfield and surrounding cities

It's hot outside, but a chance to scan through Utah's latest waterfowl guidebook is a sure sign fall can't be too far away.

The event was hosted by Rep. Norm Thurston in partnership with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

The Utah STEM Schools Designation program was developed to define the criteria and elements necessary for a school to create a comprehensive STEM learning environment for their students.

In just over a week, the river had been almost completely cleaned up with relatively little impact to surrounding plants, wildlife, and downstream users.

Concurrent Enrollment provides an opportunity for prepared Utah high school students to take college courses and earn both high school credit for graduation and college credit

If you want to hunt bull elk in Utah this fall, it's easy to get a permit to hunt during the general season. Just log onto wildlife.utah.gov, or visit a Division of Wildlife Resources office

If you want to hunt in Utah this fall - but you haven't completed the state's Hunter Education course - there's still time.

You could see as many as 100 mountain goats on Aug. 11. And you might not need binoculars to see them. At some past viewing events, goats have gotten as close as 35 feet to those viewing them.

Ten Utah middle- and high-school students placed among the top entries in the nation at the annual National History Day Competition at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Wildfires can compromise water quality both during active burning, and for months and years after the fire has been contained.

If learning how to shoot a bow and arrow or a shotgun sounds like fun - but you don't have much experience shooting - come to the Lee Kay Public Shooting Range on Aug. 4.

Registration is required. Check-in begins at 7:30 pm. The ride begins at 10:00 pm. Vendors, costume contests and entertainment await, along with a beautiful, family friendly bike ride to the Historic Fielding Garr Ranch.

The project will create 23 new jobs with an average full-time wage of $94,000 per year and a capital investment of more than $100 million.

Southern Utah University has not only found a way to increase its first-year student retention, but continues to build momentum and excitement across campus.

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