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A set of links from the Utah State Law Library to official sources of Utah law, including the Utah Statutes, Utah Administrative Code, Court Rules, and other resources. In addition, links are provided to general legal resources for non-lawyers, jury instructions, and sources of free and low cost legal assistance.
Search the catalogs of ten Utah public libraries, or search one of four counties. Items at other libraries may be available to Weber County Library patrons through Inter Library Loan or, in some cases, through reciprocal borrowing agreements.
This important resource provides access to the digitized historical editions of 41 Utah newspapers. Dates covered vary by newspaper, but include the Deseret News, 1850-1898, Salt Lake Tribune, 1871-1899, Ogden Standard Examiner, 1879-1908 & 1923-1927, Davis County Clipper, 1892-1938, and many others. The database may be searched by headline, keyword, name (births, marriages, and deaths), and other variables.
This site provides general information and links to a wide variety of legal topics, including landlord-tenant, small claims, traffic matters, juvenile cases and other areas. Also provided are sources of free and low-cost legal assistance, a glossary of legal terms, and information how to represent yourself in court.
Learn about the official Utah state symbols. (Pioneer)
This site has links to hundreds of Extension Service publications such as raising livestock, canning, food storage, food safety, health homes, gardening, water quality, and dozens of other topics.
The Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development provides resources on starting or growing your business and includes a map of Utah Business Resource Centers. This site also contains detailed demographic and statistical information that could aid in the writing of business plans.
This is the official website of the State of Utah. It provides links to frequently requested and popular Utah state government information and services for residents and visitors.
Access free education and career information. (State of Utah)
A large but selective directory of Internet resources on religion and related topics. Coverage includes religious texts, the psychology and sociology of religion, ethics and moral values, biblical studies, comparative religion, etc.