Skip to content

Latest News

News Categories News

More than 10,000 pheasants will be released in Utah

Utah was one of only nine states nationwide to observe a decrease in opioid overdose deaths from 2016 to 2017.

Dr. Astrid Tuminez announces new enrollment numbers

The Utah Department of Workforce Services projects occupational (and industry) employment every two years following the publication of BLS data.

The Utah Jazz and CenturyLink are partnered with the STEM Action Center to recognize outstanding students that have demonstrated a commitment and passion for excellence in STEM

About 35.5% of Utah high school seniors completed the 2018-2019 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) from October 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018

Protect your loved ones by participating in Utah Take Back Day this Saturday, October 27th, from 10 a.m. ? 2 p.m.

The report evaluates Utah?s six strategic clusters? performance before and since inception relative to the rest of the state's economy and their performance nationwide.

The number of deer brought through a voluntary DWR check station off U.S. Highway 40 near Strawberry Reservoir was almost identical to last year.

The Utah State Parks OHV Program would like to extend a special thank-you to Brett Jeppesen and the hard working trail crew from the Heber-Kamas Ranger District.

Since 2006, WRI partners have completed nearly 1,500 projects, treating nearly 1.5 million acres statewide.

The guide provides overviews of each ORD program along with rural Utah demographic and economic impact data.

"The newly redesigned website makes it even easier for Utahns to search for unclaimed property and for holders to report unclaimed property to the State," Treasurer Damschen said.

A group of dedicated OHV enthusiasts came together to work on a much-needed bridge project; bringing both an increase in aesthetics and safety to visitors.

Poverty rates are an indicator of how well an economy of any size can provide the economic means to support its citizens.

Help fight poaching in Utah

Mon, 08 Oct 2018

DWR officers patrol huge swaths of land in Utah, and they can't be everywhere.

Each year the Housing and Community Development Division of the Utah Department of Workforce Services releases a report on the latest data related to people experiencing homelessness in the state

Agents with the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) are asking for the public's help identifying a murder victim in a cold case homicide from April 1998.

Utah's public colleges and universities are seeing another increase in student enrollment this fall semester.

Governor Gary R. Herbert, Lt. Governor Spencer Cox, rural legislators, economic development directors and other stakeholders from around the state will meet on Oct. 10 at Snow College in Richfield

Utah?s Conservation Permit Program provides benefits to all Utah hunters.

The Utah Global Forum is our state?s premier international business event that attracts hundreds of business executives and domestic and foreign trade officials from throughout the world.

Duck hunting tips

Wed, 26 Sep 2018

Waterfowl hunt starts Oct. 6 in the Northern Hunting Zone

The World Remembers project wil display the names of the men and women killed in WWI from 1918-1922, including the soldiers from Utah

The college access advisor will help students register for college entrance exams, submit college applications, apply for scholarships and financial aid, and connect them to first year experience programs

The funding round was led by Fusion Fund with the participation of angel investors and matching funds from the National Science Foundation and the State of Utah.

Taiwan and South Korea are Utah?s 6th and 11th largest export destinations, respectively, and offer opportunities for companies interested in expanding their business in Asia.

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.

Total Records Found: 7895

First Page Previous Page Showing 41 - 80 Next Page Last Page


Was the information on this page helpful?

How can this page be improved?

Back to Top