American Fork Junior High science teacher John Moon is ready for the state's annual radon poster contest.
Last year his eighth-grade student Tucker Nixon had already entered his poster when Moon learned about the contest. And when Nixon's entry was judged the state's best, the teacher was able to accompany his student to meet Gov. Gary Herbert at an awards ceremony.
"Radon gas is very common in Utah and very deadly," said Moon, noting the gas is odorless and colorless.