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Monday Headlines (September 27, 2004)
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LDS women urged to lift one another; Women of LDS Church told to be prepared; Relief society women should 'belong'

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City house fire claims six victims

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Church, city team up for clean-up day

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Zeal to help takes 22-year-old across the globe, down South

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Marine in Iraq has five children on the way

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Stormin' Jeanne hits; Volunteers not getting much rest between storms

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Mormon church buys land in Nebraska

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Virginity pledges prove effective

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British man running things in Mapleton

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Having fun the old-fashioned way

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October seminars focus on family history

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Working with neighbors pays off

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Debating downtown rejuvenation

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A young life cut short in Big Cottonwood Canyon

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Respecting beliefs when sports clash with religion

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Letters link pen pals

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ATF appoints executive to head science and technology


Weekend Headlines (September 25-26, 2004)
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Liahona legends found in cultures

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Church to help hurricane victims; LDS Church sends first of several shipments of aid to Haiti; LDS Church sends aid to Haiti and gulf coast; Outsize help from volunteers big and small; Firms mobilize to aid islands

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PBS special salutes choir

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Arizona governor visits LDS leaders

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Today in history (Manifesto signed)

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Ancient LDS texts focus of conference

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Young women: Mission accomplished

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Ione woman raises 18 children

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BYU newspaper yanks t-shirt ads; Similar article

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Veteran Utah sportswriter Dunn dies at 81

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Abuse suit against LDS Church appealed to Utah high court

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Band's Mormon-mocking half-time show leads to apologies, sanctions


Friday Headlines (September 24, 2004)
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Churches offer support

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Act of respect

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Profile of a stake president

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Fasting to feed the spirit

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Sanderson to meet President Hinckley

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Tight ends a big production bonus

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Prayer sessions lack manager's blessing

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Web site squelches 'Hitler' talk

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Bull moose stars in westside story


Thursday Headlines (September 23, 2004)
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Adventist disaster relief group lends a helping hand; Similar press release

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Salt Lake to continue protest restrictions

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Rebs' Fullmer on a mission

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Election 2004: What is a marriage?

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Deaths: Jake Whetten, recently returned missionary; Molecular biology students die; Vigil held for student


Wednesday Headlines (September 22, 2004)
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Hundreds lend a helping hand to their neighbors in the wake of Ivan

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Martin's Cove lease nears finish; BLM finishing review of leasing Martin's Cove to Church

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Rowdy youth football fan blows whistle on himself

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Idaho court has mixed decision on gay dad

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Historical society raising 'the same old question': polygamy

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Family calls off search for student in China

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Griffith to hold signing of first published book

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Peterson evoking memories of Flutie


Tuesday Headlines (September 21, 2004)
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Arizona governor visits Utah & Mormons; Napolitano's mission: Learn about Mormons

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US churches send more relief supplies

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Utah poll shows strong support for marriage amendment, definition

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Mullen: Moore flap reminiscent of Steinem

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Sen. Smith's wife thanks advocates

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In our view: Internet is neither good nor evil, but handle with care

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Public lends a hand

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Freshmen provide UW solid foundation on which to build


Monday Headlines (September 20, 2004)
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Mormons still meet the neighbors after 20 years

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Students share in community harvest

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Picking and choosing faith

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Uncovering history

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Baytown man to serve as missionary

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Ref only person in Bush's way

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Same-sex 'cures' are linked to faith


Weekend Headlines (September 18-19, 2004)
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Evacuees express gratitude for Mormon church's shelter

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ADRA to distribute hurricane aid

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Local teens score one for modesty

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Big panhandle ranch bought by Mormons

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Deseret News article on renovation of Tabernacle

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Brinton: Man on a mission

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Lutui to face team he nearly joined

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LDS filmmakers: tapping success at indie film festivals

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Mormonism emphasized in 'The Best Two Years'

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Family tracks student to Tibet

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Neighbors object to construction of Mormon church

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Well-known psychologist launches on-line relationship service

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Volunteers needed for beautification project

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Public designs to decide Utah's state quarter

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Stanford apologizes for polygamy half-time show; Stanford band apologizes for polygamy jokes

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Friday Headlines (September 17, 2004)
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Tabernacle faces seismic renovation; Changes coming to SLC Tabernacle; Salt Lake tabernacle to be renovated; More about the Mormon tabernacle

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LDS missionaries safe, accounted for

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Volunteers to clean part of sand dunes

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President Young speaks at Institute devotional

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U.S. criticizes religious discrimination in Belgium

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Army brothers are taking aim at Navy

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Legal fight over Mormon leading Bible study; Similar NPR report

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The lesson: respect transcends race

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Hofmann forgery sleuth says Bush guard memos fake

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Just another mouthful of Miller

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Name's history magical


Thursday Headlines (September 16, 2004)
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LDS Church prepares aid for Ivan victims

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Ivan strands Utahns; help is on the way

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Blanding remembers a fallen hero; Blanding honors its fallen warrior

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Family remembers close relationship with Marine

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Luz de la Naciones to be held at LDS Conference Center

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Maui man was full of kindness

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Feds worry Mormon Trail going to heck in a handcart

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For Johnson it's faith first, football second

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Throwing mechanics nag U-M's Brinton

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ASU agrees to save playground

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Memorial set for slain soldier

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Northlanders deserve recognition from state

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Conference to focus on LDS-gay issues

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Valentino's wife was truly the chic one

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LDSAudio.com teams up with Deseret Book to offer MP3 books and music

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International Religious Freedom Report -- Cuba (brief mention of an LDS congregation in Cuba)


Wednesday Headlines (September 15, 2004)
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Probe recommends against overseas census

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BYU President addresses school honor code issues; Observe the honor code, Y. chief urges students

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ACLU files new arguments on Plaza

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Getting kids to college a problem for Utah

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Ken Jennings symbolizes virtue rewarded

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Shared concerns

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Forget football, Mahe just a working stiff

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Romney just an interesting part to a new look football team

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This ne'er do well could get the chair


Tuesday Headlines (September 14, 2004)
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Elder Holland says optimism vital

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Marine laid to rest; Farewell to a hero

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Environmentalists oppose Mormons' forest church

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Jinja gets medical aid

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On march to California, Mormons fought battle of the bulls, stopped in Tucson

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Nuptial amendment supported strongly; Similar article

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Murray's chief of schools lauded

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Family has faith they'll find son

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Genealogical society to help beginners

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Institute at UVSC poised to expand

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TV crews film Mountain Meadows

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Mormons mark '78 end of ban of black priests

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Deseret Book to launch subscription-based Web service


Monday Headlines (September 13, 2004)
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Mormon church provides family history for locals; Family records available on the Web; Mormon church provides genealogical history of Taiwan families

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Strong kick of love, faith keeps NSU player on course

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On the record: David Neeleman, Jetblue Airways

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The children of Beslan

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Cursing mayor is a blessing for the city of Lehi

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Fallen Marines from Utah to be memorialized

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In remembrance -- Utahns salute the fallen

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TV quiz whiz is too good to last

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Monument sculptor dies

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Gathering seeks to bring peace to massacre site

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Promoting peace

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Philadelphia Eagles: More fire power and attitude


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     "You saints of Venezuela have in Caracas a beautiful temple. I know that it is a very long distance from where many of you live. But I hope that once in a while you can make that long journey and go to the house of the Lord.
      "That house stands for all to see as a living witness of the fact that the people of this Church believe in the immortality of the human soul. In these sacred temples blessings are bestowed that can be had in no other place and that can be received only by those who are worthy to receive them."

President Gordon B. Hinckley, in address to Latter-day Saints in Venezuela, September 12, 2004

 

 

28 O that cunning plan of the evil one! O the vainness, and the frailties, and the foolishness of men! When they are learned they think they are wise, and they hearken not unto the counsel of God, for they set it aside, supposing they know of themselves, wherefore, their wisdom is foolishness and it profiteth them not. And they shall perish.
29 But to be learned is good if they hearken unto the counsels of God.

2 Nephi 9:28-29 (full list...)

  

 

 

 

 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
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