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April 2004 Archived News:

Friday Headlines (April 30, 2004)
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NY Times: Feeling religious, along with life's rhythms

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New boss has a plan for the U.; Young chosen to lead U.; Colleagues praise new U. president

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Conference focuses on finding strength, joy; Needles whirl at conference

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LDS Church presiding bishop receives achievement award; Similar article

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LDS open temple to New Yorkers

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Osmond Junior forced to flee town by media

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Mataele Pau'u tops DT list for major colleges

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Injuries hurting Rulon's chances

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"The Work and the Glory" book will hit the silver screen

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Sunday museum specials stir religious debate

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No. 1 Cougars take on Pepperdine; BYU in finals

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Lee statue rejected; Reaction mixed


Thursday Headlines (April 29, 2004)
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LDS leader says Rexburg is blessed

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Bishop looks to spread complimentary education to Brazil

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Mayor promotes touring historic sites in New York

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Congregation moves to new church

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New V.P. continues unusual Y. tradition

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LDS pop star balances life between fame and faith

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Elder Perry to throw out first Sox pitch

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Cougar lacrosse team aims for national title

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'Pride and Prejudice' movie review

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Volunteers make annual spring clean a success

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Genes reunited

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Mormon pioneers and cotton

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Mall developer opts for a private update

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Ringing phones can be a big distraction during church

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South Utah city nixes Lee statue

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Mormonism ministry moves into LDS territory


Wednesday Headlines (April 28, 2004)
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Last chance to see architecture of Mormon temple interior; Latter-day Saint building boom all over town (see last section of article)

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Track and field complex named after BYU coach

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Ideas aired to defuse school violence

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Speaking of God

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Cashing in on the US need to find ancestors

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'I'm here to get something done,' Cannon says

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There's something about Melanie

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Mayors bow out of prayer breakfast

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DI complains over donated 'junk'


Tuesday Headlines (April 27, 2004)
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USA Today: Mormons open temple doors to share beliefs

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LDS women's stories and lives are on display at BYU

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Downtown gets a touch of classes

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Safety in numbers


Monday Headlines (April 26, 2004)
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Mormons building temple in San Antonio (registration with "My San Antonio" required to view article)

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Choicest blessings

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At odds over LDS building; Similar article

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Marysville Cemetery cleanup yields aging treasure

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Little Joseph wins battle for survival

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One faith's tenet is another's taboo

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John Tanner named new academic vice-president at BYU

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Sports: Dale Murphy provides sound advice; Stanford's Chambers picked in sixth round

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Once angry, hateful, victim takes life back

Weekend Headlines (April 24-25, 2004)
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Graduates grow along with SVU

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Following members and minorities, Mormon temples head to inner city

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Two-sport specialist

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UK article on Bill Marriott

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Only one place to put Lee statue

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Judge orders forced medication in threat case

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Former bishop OKs plan to avoid jail pending trial; Similar article

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Kirby: Doing the Lord's yard work

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (April 23, 2004)
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Be courageous, BYU grads told; Grads asked to be examples of righteousness

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More on New York City temple: A Roman Catholic inside a Mormon temple

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Home at last

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Clarence Robison former BYU track coach

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Y. student moguls hope trip to New York brings in the cash

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Golf: Injured Summerhays plays waiting game

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Director chosen for '66 movie

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Missionaries participate in clean-up

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Statue furor sparks new review


Thursday Headlines (April 22, 2004)
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NY Times: Mormon Church gets ready to open its newest temple, near Lincoln Center; Church completes Manhattan temple; Press release

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Searchers for Elizabeth get award and thanks

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"Work and the Glory" film being produced in Tennessee

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From shared resources, your personal history; Lost and found for ancestors

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Tops in kids and crops

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Receiving a hearty welcome home

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Joseph Knight Rogers called father of county in Arizona

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Utah's conservatism may be bad for business (this was published in many papers across the U.S.)


Wednesday Headlines (April 21, 2004)
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Church opens first-ever temple in New York City

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Mormon Tabernacle Choir inducted into Hall of Fame; Related article

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Ex-Clovis West star retires

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Salmon enjoys leadership roles

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Kiwanis Club gives awards to Provo youths

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Homemade bomb detonated near LDS church

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Corrections officer jailed on child molestation charges

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The culting of Christianity (Mormons along with Jehovah's Witnesses and the New Age movement called 'cults')


Tuesday Headlines (April 20, 2004)
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BYU is number one in safety for big U.S. campuses

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Duty done, coach courts top fans

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A family tradition

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Lingering trauma: Life after Columbine

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Everybody says hello: Downey enjoys reputation for friendliness


Monday Headlines (April 19, 2004)
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Family has 5 on duty

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Helena youth happy to volunteer

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Opinion: LDS baptisms for Holocaust victims

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Author gets rich but gives plenty back

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Service honors man killed in Iraq; Ex-ranger led way, at war and at home

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Overcoming Columbine

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50-year anniversary bash draws crowd of 200

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Feeling overqualified? Problem may be particularly bad in Utah

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The cost of culture

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Marching to different drummers

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Another round in Dead Goat battle


Weekend Headlines (April 17-18, 2004)
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Voices united

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Latest in Mormon movies

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Passionate responses

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Group discusses religious bigotry

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Church expansion

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Wrestling: Grappling with success

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Air Force explores its option again

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Healing presents

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Couple celebrates 60th wedding anniversary

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Executive is slain; wife held

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (April 16, 2004)
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Rights panel shows YMCA showed bias to Mormon

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Romney bill aims to delay gay marriage

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Teens drawn to church camps, researchers find

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Working together to help

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Prom perspectives

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Skimpy teen attire sparks resistance

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Miss Del Mar pageant queen puts others, community first

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Freak accident claims girl's dreams

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Remote DBAs not the next big thing

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Alleged 'street race' fatally injures woman; Related article

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'Old Man' leads Tide in quiet way

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Gray grabs job at quarterback


Thursday Headlines (April 15, 2004)
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Not part of the nightlife: Alabama pitcher skips party life

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Looney Loomers spread service to others

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Fireside commemorates missionaries' sacrifices

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Stake hosting family history open house

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Counselor aids area job seekers

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Church, locals react to state apology to Mormons in Utah

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Ins and outs of basketball recruiting

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High school star Sean McNaughton

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Homecoming is bittersweet -- Unit is happy to be back but is sad over other Utahns

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Books: 'Believing History' balances the academic and religious; Bibliography completed

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Sharp Daynes dies at 101

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Ray and Darlene Fronce

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Identity theft, fraud so easy 'it's absurd'


Wednesday Headlines (April 14, 2004)
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Elder Richard Scott to preside over BYU commencement

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Student plans international family event

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Church to host fair

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Deaths: Scientist Wilbur Robison

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Sports: Freshman constant force; BYU football; UE women revamping their roster


Tuesday Headlines (April 13, 2004)
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Donny's short-haired Mormon in Rutherglen; Donny's son works in charity shop

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Volunteers make monthlong Indy 500 celebration possible

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Plans for religious studies program roll forward

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Costs burden Storyland

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The cultural diversification of a religious mutt

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Mormons are gonna getcha


Monday Headlines (April 12, 2004)
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Marjorie Pay Hinckley -- 'Charity personified'; Marjorie Hinckley laid to rest with tributes; Siblings reflect on life dedicated to faith, family, and service; Download video of Sister Hinckley's funeral services; Final services held

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The Christ continuum

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A historic town on the banks of the mighty Mississippi river (registration with Chicago Tribune required to view article)

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Modest proposal

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Art as metaphor

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Keeping disagreements on faith friendly

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A cowboy with a gentle heart

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Internet makes researching family roots so much easier

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A landmark journey: Photographs of the sesquicentennial wagon train along the Mormon Trail

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Wheelchair Foundation's partnership with the Church

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New Mormon facility to open soon

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Keeping the faith

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Bronze Star given to Utahn

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Jason Beck a natural for BYU

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Illinois' misdeeds: 'Regret' or teach?

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More than half of Washington state's residents pray daily (LDS member quoted at end of article)

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Mormon becomes electric


Weekend Headlines (April 10, 2004)
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Sister Hinckley's funeral services to be held today; English audio stream to be broadcast over Internet; Hundreds line up for Sister Hinckley viewing; Paying their respects; Honoring 'a great lady'; A wonderful person

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Latter-day Saints thriving in Ghana

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Churches feed hunger for support, fellowship

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Family's day of celebration turns tragic

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Military a family affair

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Edwards planted seeds of champs

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Local man helps Californians

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LDS leader guided church's evolution from 'menace' to mainstream

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Missionary work helps Mormon 'sisters' grow spiritually

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Church youths plan trek

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Illinois apology: Illinois leaders ask LDS to leave the past behind; Illinois takes apology to Mormon leaders; Apology in Illinois

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LDS survivors of Columbine credit their faith

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Mission accomplished -- hockey player keeps the faith

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Volunteer pit crew keeps 500 Festival running

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Fallen son's mother outlines mental-health goals

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Conference recap: 'Light ... shines upon the world'; LDS warned of 'Satan's scope'; Mormon leader: Church gaining respect; Mormons celebrate successes; LDS Church members reminded of family roles; Mormon church growing; Sunday School, Young Men receive new presidencies; Interview with a screecher; LDS protestors out in force; Some friendly demonstrators

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UND grad is hired as Italian translator

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Director to highlight services at Bluffs history center

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The CIO's widening world

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Student mixes military job, education

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Bedtime prayers for kids

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High school chooses distinguished alumni

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Woman files suit against preacher

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Clinton trying to end Mormon baptisms of Holocaust victims; Jewish group: Mormons still baptize dead

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Krakauer out of his depth in 'Under the Banner of Heaven'

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Attorneys deny undue LDS influence

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Vandals strike Red Bluff church

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LDS Church News headlines


Brief update (April 6, 2004)
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Sister Hinckley passes away: Church press release; Marjorie Hinckley dies at home Tuesday afternoon; AP Article; A personal tribute to Sister Hinckley


Weekend Headlines (April 3, 2004)
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Note: I'll be on vacation until April 10th; check back for updates then -- David Winters

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LDS General Conference: LDS.org; BYU Newsnet; Deseret News

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Internet and local resources simplify search for ancestors

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Sports: Oklahoma State's survival skills; BYU rugby captain

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Atheist group challenges prayer in Utah council meetings

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (April 2, 2004)
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BYU schedules annual Women's Conference April 29-30

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Judge upholds buffer zones for preachers; Judge upholds preacher zone plan; Judge allows protest zone for LDS conference

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Handyman admits slayings

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It's 'regrets,' not 'apology' in Illinois; Full text of the new Resolution

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Wheelchair Foundation and LDS Church distribute free wheelchairs to disabled in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Study elevates LDS women; Similar USA Today article

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Columbine survivors share experience

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Lee statue will go up, council says


Thursday Headlines (April 1, 2004)
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More on Illinois apology: Illinois offers regrets to LDS; Illinois says it's sorry for ejecting LDS

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BYU scholars mine a Vatican bonanza; Vatican lets BYU publish old texts

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Evangelicals to join crowds on sidewalks

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Sports: Cummard answers call to serve LDS mission first; BYU searching for small forwards; Reloading time: As signing day approaches, Oliver says things are looking up

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Are Mormons conservative?

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Humor: Oprah Winfrey recognized as part of the Trinity