The 2022 Utah Legislative Session came to an end on Friday, March 4. We are grateful for the hard work and support of the Utah Legislature in continuing to make Utah the best state in the nation for Veterans, members of the military, and their families. Below is a brief summary of the several bills[…]
Governor Cox has issued an official declaration recognizing Veterans Day in Utah and shares a special message to Veterans and all Utahns. “As Governor, I am beyond proud of the Utah Veterans… wherever Utahns have served, they have stood firm in the defense of freedom — not just protecting our liberties, but also helping liberate[…]
Gov. Spencer J. Cox, Senate President Stuart Adams, Speaker Brad Wilson and representatives from the Utah Army National Guard, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy recognize and address Utah centenarian Veterans in a video message. “Over the past century, you have watched our nation grow and progress even through the most challenging of times. Your[…]
Governor Spencer J. Cox issued a declaration honoring and recognizing the men and women who died while in defense of the United States of America.
Flags will be lowered from sunrise until noon, and then raised promptly to full-staff for the remainder of the day.
A new scam targeting military veterans and their families emerged recently in Utah.
As part of the initiative, Gov. Herbert released a PSA sharing ways Utahns can honor veterans on Nov. 11.
William E. Christoffersen Salt Lake Veterans Home no longer has any COVID-19 patients.
Gov. Gary R. Herbert has ordered the lowering of the flag of the United States of America and the flag of the State of Utah on Saturday, August 8, 2020, in honor of the life and service of Sgt. Bryan Cooper Mount, who will be laid to rest that day.