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Trap shooting is a fun way to become more familiar with guns while enjoying time with friends.

If you hike in an area where deer live in Utah, don't be surprised if you come across a deer fawn, or maybe even an elk calf, in early summer.

The Sorenson Legacy Awards recognizes excellence in arts education in Utah?s public schools.

2018 World of the Wild

Fri, 04 May 2018

The World of the Wild, sponsored by Utah?s Hogle Zoo, is the annual art show featuring artworks of animals and the wild.

The Utah Attorney General's Office will issue a request for information (RFI) in the ongoing investigation into the role of opioid manufacturers and distributors in causing and exacerbating the opioid epidemic

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) designated April 30 ? May 4 as ?Air Quality Awareness Week.? While poor outdoor air quality is a major health concern, indoor air quality can also impact your health.

On Wednesday, May 2, 2018, the Bureau of Reclamation will host a public meeting regarding the design and construction of new state park facilities at Echo Reservoir.

With more than 90 percent of core IT new hires coming from other industries within Utah, researchers believe the vast majority are Utah-educated.

The Utah State Board of Regents has selected Astrid S. Tuminez as the seventh president of Utah Valley University?and the first female president in the university?s history.

Employment in Utah for March 2018 grew by an estimated 3.3 percent, adding 48,000 jobs to the economy since March 2017.

The knowledge, skills, and behaviors a kindergarten student enters with as they first enroll in school are highly predictive of their future academic outcomes.

Utah companies attending a trade mission led by Governor Gary R. Herbert to Mexico this week had the opportunity to explore opportunities to collaborate with entrepreneurs at Startup Mexico.

DWR lists best waters to fish with your family this spring

Discussions cover energy resources including oil, natural gas, coal, and uranium, and nonfuel mineral resources including base and precious metals as well as industrial minerals.

The report found that Utah women participating in higher education is improving when comparing results by gender in the state since 2011.

DWR hosts annual Loon Watch

Mon, 09 Apr 2018

You can learn more about this unique bird on April 21 at the Division of Wildlife Resources' annual Loon Watch.

Dr. Tarbox will return to his current role as Vice President for Administrative Services at Weber State after the Board of Regents completes the presidential search and a new president is in place.

The Utah Entrepreneur Challenge (UEC) is a statewide, student business-model competition managed by the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute at the University of Utah.

Four experienced kokanee salmon anglers, including Randy Oplinger, sport fisheries coordinator for the Division of Wildlife Resources, will present the seminar.

"These projects are a testament to Utah?s innovative spirit," said Ivy Estabrooke, Ph.D., USTAR executive director.

The summit provides a platform for strategic dialogue related to the current economic impacts and future growth of our business communities.

The summit provides a platform for strategic dialogue related to the current economic impacts and future growth of our business communities.

After long delays caused by storms and rough seas, NASA on Sunday launched a rocket into space carrying an experiment built by students at Utah State University.

The free event on April 5 will be held in conjunction with owl surveys in south-central Utah. The event in Emery County will start at the Desert Lake Waterfowl Management Area east of Elmo and conclude in Huntington Canyon.

Sarah was placed at a company in a project manager position with a starting wage of $31.25 an hour, starting her on a fulfilling and exciting new career!

According to new data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Utah's 2017 veteran unemployment rate was 2.9 percent, ranking Utah as one of only 12 states to be below 3.0 percent.

Since 1977, the Governor has appointed a student from an institution in the Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) to represent Utah students on the State Board of Regents.

Volunteers installed signs along the trail that included a multitude of information about the trail.

The summit provides a platform for strategic dialogue related to the current economic impacts and future growth of our business communities.

A perfect location for experiencing sunrise and sunset, the yurts enjoy sweeping views of both the canyons to the south and the La Sal mountains to the east.

Governor Signs 136 Bills

Tue, 20 Mar 2018

SALT LAKE CITY (Mar. 20, 2018) - Gov. Gary R. Herbert has signed 136 more bills and seven concurrent resolutions. This brings the total number of signed pieces of legislation from the 2018 General Legislative Session so far to 325.

Governor Signs 71 Bills

Mon, 19 Mar 2018

SALT LAKE CITY (Mar. 19, 2018) - Gov. Gary R. Herbert has signed 71 more bills. This brings the total number of signed pieces of legislation from the 2018 General Legislative Session so far to 182.

SALT LAKE CITY (Mar. 16, 2018) - Gov. Gary R. Herbert has signed 79 more bills and one concurrent resolution, including SB0234S04, Utah Inland Port Authority.

Governor Signs 10 Bills

Wed, 14 Mar 2018

SALT LAKE CITY (Mar. 14, 2018) - Gov. Gary R. Herbert has signed 10 more bills, bringing the total number of signed pieces of legislation from the 2018 General Legislative Session so far to 31.

School District reports over 92% graduation rate as well.

Boating accidents can be avoided by following Utah?s boating laws and rules.

This conference serves as a powerful forum to exchange ideas, to network and to collaborate with entities in the state of Utah, both economic and academic.

Utah has passed Nevada and Kansas with Iowa not far ahead.

Learn how to hunt turkeys

Mon, 05 Mar 2018

If you've ever wanted to hunt wild turkeys but you don't know the basics, here's an opportunity you won't want to miss.

Dr. Charles A. Wight, president of Weber State, announced Jan. 18, 2018, that he planned to step down as president effective May 1, 2018.

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