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Weekend Headlines (September 11-12, 2004)
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Pres. Packer marks his 80th birthday

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Day marked with giving way

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Fallen Marine home again

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Ogden sued over church land sale

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A new world for tracing your roots

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Book review: Grant stories leave reader wanting more

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9/11: Finding strength in the spiritual

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Healing rites at massacre site ruffle feathers

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Bayonne facility eyed by Mormons

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1954 time capsule opened

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Army reservist's funeral is set for September 18th

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Artist brings Iwo Jima back to life

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Evangelist to speak at Tabernacle

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Amazing tidbits on Mormons

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Stanford looks to improve on 40-point opening win; Embattled coaches in Stanford showdown

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LDS Church News Headlines


Friday Headlines (September 10, 2004)
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LDS Church may build 4th temple in Idaho; Church's Idaho land buy sparks new temple talk (similar to articles published yesterday and on August 31st)

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Local LDS church members reroof homes

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General Doniphan deserves place in Hall of Famous Missourians

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Mountain genealogists celebrate 10 years

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BYU student vanishes in China

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BYU-Stanford game to be broadcast on Church satellite system

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Official considers plea bargain


Thursday Headlines (September 9, 2004)
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Medina soldier killed in Iraq

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LDS Church buying golf course in Twin Falls

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Retired and inspired

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Six-term representative, former DMV commissioner dies at 72

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Oregon Catholic board lends support to Measure 36

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Middle America at the center of politics

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Uplifting entertainment makes a 'Spectacular' success

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Long-time Page resident hit, killed in tragic accident

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Senator Smith and family relive grief of son's suicide

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BYU ADs fired; programs set to be consolidated; BYU athletic directors firedSimilar article

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Did Ken Jennings lose?

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The big bucks


Wednesday Headlines (September 8, 2004)
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Father killed in crash remembered

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A vision takes pastoral form

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President, wife set Y. devotional talks

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Temple architect, contractor announced

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Cherokees start week of prayers; Mountain Meadows healing ceremony marks anniversary

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Collector car auctions


Tuesday Headlines (September 7, 2004)
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Spreading the word in San Benito County

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Church assembles assistance for Bahamas, Florida relief

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Man cycling with kids, dies in Sparks crash

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Red governor of a blue state: Well placed for 2008?

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'Jeopardy!' ace knows no limits

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Family works to ensure that missing woman is not forgotten

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"We are blessed by visitors"

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Donate blood and save lives

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WMU religious groups help students find faith

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"The parent needs to be a fan first and a coach last"

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Readers react to Belsan tragedy

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American Indian leaders pray at massacre site


Monday Headlines (September 6, 2004)
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Donations of books planned worldwide

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A rocky path for pilgrims (requires registration with LA Times to view article)

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LDS, Red Cross sending aid; LDS sending aid for hurricane relief

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Jennings' religion is part of persona; The 'Jeopardy' whiz is back; America's favorite brainiac returns to 'Jeopardy'; Alex, I'll take 'local long shots' for $500; 'KenJen' returns to 'Jeopardy!'

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LDS bikers share faith, break the mold

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Pennies from heaven

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Grief, loss rock Utah families

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State's soldiers who gave all to war were united in their cause

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Artisans create stained-glass windows for temples

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Heritage Award to women of choir

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German family's tree has Jewish roots

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Frosts celebrate 50th anniversary

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Solved: The mystery of the photo mix-up

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Mount Pleasant on 'Preserve America' list

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Prophets: From the free state to Waco


Weekend Headlines (September 4-5, 2004)
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For many evacuees, shelters the only option; Utah sends aid to Florida

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Churches embrace Hispanic newcomers

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Pioneer Inn, church boost furniture drive for Hmong refugees

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Famed Mormon Romney championed volunteerism

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Sports news: Hoke continues role as a survivor; John Beck: He must be dreaming; Florida A&M seeks to measure up; Chournos nearly done proving himself; Mortensen like a big brother

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Mountain Meadows massacre film debuts

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LDS Church News Headlines


Friday Headlines (September 3, 2004)
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Sonora volleyball player stands out on court but likes to keep a low profile

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Romney courts GOP partisans from birth state of Michigan

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Eldredges mark 50 years

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Teen to serve mission in Mexico

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Notre Dame or BYU: Whose side is God on?; Notre Dame may regret moving game up against BYU

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'Napoleon Dynamite'

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'Fringe' unlikely venue for Utahn

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Tips for successful family history research

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Saints top schools basketball title


Thursday Headlines (September 2, 2004)
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Bardsleys shifting focus

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Romney talks of Games, flag, 'breath from above'; Romney at center stage

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Friends raise funds for cancer victim

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Gypsum rallies to help Joshua Jay

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LDS seminaries honor secretary

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Y. freshmen meet Honor Code

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Midstate residents urged to develop disaster plans

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In our view: Don't mix religion and politics

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Second chance: Ben Olson

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1,000 room Marriott?

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Having fun with the radicals on campus


Wednesday Headlines (September 1, 2004)
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Fruits of their labor help feed the poor and needy

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First devotional focuses on being 'strangers no more'

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Fans rally for Utes (photo includes Elder Wirthlin)

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Republican National Convention: Idaho family with son in Iraq rallies for Bush; If all else fails, silence them!; GOP includes Christian right but stresses religious diversity; Prayer by Dew gets GOP going; Debasing our culture

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Mormons set to expand LDS Institute at ASU; Mormon center expansion threatens playground (also see similar articles from weekend)

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Settling in at controls

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Re-branding Ghana Airways

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Princess Pearls has powerful impacts

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Enzi mulls Mormon Trail fees

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Williams accepts call

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Smart's alleged kidnapper judged competent to stand trial


Tuesday Headlines (August 31, 2004)
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He's a catalyst

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Delegates already looking toward 2008

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God Bless America: Evangelical spirit invades Republican convention (Sheri Dew offers invocation)

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Mission possible: Northborough Mormon spends more than a year in Hong Kong

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Genealogical group helps preserve records

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Teen has miraculous rise after near-fatal fall

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No clues on final day of search for missing 12-year-old

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School holds vigil for fallen student; Tears and laughter for a fallen friend

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QB Peterson, 24, pumped for chance to lead BC football

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Future in the pen for Guthrie; Guthrie thrown a few curves

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The face of a leader

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Janette Hales Beckham new board member

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Family Tree updates software

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Croatian woman wins quest to visit sons in America

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A temple in Twin Falls?

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Still no offers of Jell-O after a year in Utah


Monday Headlines (August 30, 2004)
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Elder Maxwell remembered as a gifted educator

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Handcarts to Zion: Youth participate in pioneer trek

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LDS Church to revamp 'show stopper' in Idaho

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Is Romney ready for the big time?

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Today in history: Brigham Young died on August 29, 1877

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LDS Church shuns political fight over Utah's marriage amendment

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Utah's own brand of conservative Christian

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Latter-day Saints start building

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Western High grad gets her REWARD

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Former Stanford pitcher Jeremy Guthrie makes Major League Baseball debut with Cleveland

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TV program investigates history


Weekend Headlines (August 28-29, 2004)
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Mormons plan to add ASU student center; LDS hoping to expand student center

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Mormons may shift from site by airport

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2 Gilbert boy scouts flying high as eagles

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Play with paint without ever picking up a brush

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Downtown S.L. is happy that store won't be leaving; Nordstrom will stay; Nordstrom stays

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Everson begins to grow

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (August 27, 2004)
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VaLoy Eaton: Nature's simple beauty

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LDS Church donates raisins and profits

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U. tribute planned for Elder Maxwell

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Still no sign of Garrett, but searchers haven't given up

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Cael Sanderson wins his first match

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'Best Two Years' movie reviews: Like 'Animal House,' but with Mormons; Mormon lads saving souls, losing faith in Amsterdam

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Devout Eckhart prays his new film is a hit

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Robert Redford: The Sundance kid no more (brief mention of his former LDS wife half-way through article)

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Store gives help, bargains to area

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Thousands enjoy mayor's downtown celebration


Thursday Headlines (August 26, 2004)
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From shock winner to dignified loser, Gardner leaves stage a true Olympian; Tears flow as Gardner takes bronze, retires; Partying Greco-Roman style

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Mormons embrace new church building

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Elder Holland to speak at BYU

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LDS says more work done with higher standards for missionaries

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Wilcox couple volunteering for South Dakota State Historical Society

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BYU role at center in Salt Lake pondered

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Search yields sock, but scout still not found

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Shurtleff talked with LDS official before opposing amendment

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Some private facilities mix religion with their academics

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Teen earns Boy Scout's top honor

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2 Eagle Scouts surmount odds

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Weatherhead finds comfort in small-town pond

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Basics of cricket -- players boosting game in Utah


Wednesday Headlines (August 25, 2004)
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Splendid religious landmarks in D.C.

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2 Eagle Scouts surmount odds

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Rattlers pin hopes on white quarterback

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Olympics: This time Gardner is the upset victim; Robison bows out in semis

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Freedom Center in Cincinnati opens to celebrate underground railway

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Annual Luau offers fun and fellowship

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Church Ball is a big hit; Buy it here

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Guthrie takes over Baez role

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BBC copter crashes while shooting film


Tuesday Headlines (August 24, 2004)
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Wilberger prayer and fast organized; Similar article

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BYU president has gone true blue

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Weather hinders search for scout; Hope dims in search for missing boy scout

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LDSAudio.com to give away 100,000 free Book of Mormon MP3s

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Young missionaries knock on doors to share their beliefs

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Johnson on a new mission at Virginia

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Lehi to hold benefit for lymphoma sufferer

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Mud bowl: People get down and dirty at Ag Center after monsoons

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Old Mormon town appears as lake level drops


Monday Headlines (August 23, 2004)
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Church breaks ground for new temple; Ground broken for Sacramento LDS temple

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Search for lost Utah scout enters fourth day

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Faithful give Pine Islanders a helping hand; Church lends helping hand

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Utah diver looks toward gold

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Churches pitch higher product

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Gay marriage amendment hits unexpected bump

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Court upholds Mormon sex suit dismissal

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A demise of Delta hub could be good for Salt Lake

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'Extreme Reunion' takes shape at NBC

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Swimming the lake: Craze captures Provo's heart

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Former Fox newsman not afraid to be honest

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Bittersweet goodbye

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It's a wonderful wife, wife, wife

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Nature's simple beauty

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Bear Lake 'Monster' sparks tall tales, debate, revenue

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Jane Austen: A love story

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Depressed over Prozac

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Quilters warm our hearts

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More than a football game

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Y QBs need time to adjust

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BYU: no action taken yet by school

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Battle at QB going strong


Saturday Headlines (August 21, 2004)
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Church aids hurricane victims; Thousands are still without power, short of money; Volunteer, but don't go it alone; Church sending aid to hurricane victims

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Utahns build 'village of hope' in Haiti

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Take a stand, Y conferees told

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President Monson marks his 77th birthday today

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Place and worship: Design of church has an impact on worship

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Fun turns fatal on Simplot Hill

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Working to save lives

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Utah's sugar empire has moved north to Idaho

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Last founding member of historical society dies at 95


Friday Headlines (August 20, 2004)
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State Supreme Court will review case pitting land use, religion

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Church not responsible for abusersSimilar article

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Utah universities rank well

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Y., U., USU get spots on low-debt list

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Site's use still undecided

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Stanley City Council gets feedback on land exchange proposal

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Gee, look at the nerds


Thursday Headlines (August 19, 2004)
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Missionaries take time off to volunteer at Games; LDS missionaries volunteering at Olympics

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Church humor is a big hit at Education Week

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Library services help cut costs of genealogy research

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Sports: New U. tight end knows his limits; Newbold commits to Aggies

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Politics: Ex-legislator, businessman seek GOP nomination for 17th District seat in the House; Smith's views split on Europe

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FBI busts 'Good Samaritan' scams; Two Utah men arrested in Ponzi scheme


Wednesday Headlines (August 18, 2004)
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Education Week attended by thousands

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Working for food

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Utahns helping Florida hurricane victims

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Friend remembers a teen now gone

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Church under construction

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Voters split on marriage amendment

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The candidates are sweating, but Americans are cool

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Ravens plan to keep Heap on the move

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Legendary blues man dies at 82

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Getting a buzz on: Word of mouth for Indies

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Boy Scout Troop 717 celebrates 50 years

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Opening municipal pool on Sundays brings protests

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Missionary campaign targets local Jewish community


Tuesday Headlines (August 17, 2004)
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Workers flock to aid storm struck; Helping hands feed body and spirits of Charley's victims; Mormon missionaries safe in Florida

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Elder Oaks warns against debt and pornography

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Study gives Y. high marks

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Dancer steps into dream

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Latter-day Saints: Ensign Ranch caters to Mormon church, families

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Movie review: Napoleon Dynamite

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Birthing mothers try hypnosis

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Please pardon mess, Salt Lake City says


Monday Headlines (August 16, 2004)
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British war-dead records go on-line

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Grief, anger, love fill mother's heart; Hundreds celebrate Lori's life; Memorial service focuses on eternal perspective; Lori Hacking: A woman of 'class and style'

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Sale helps grieving family cope

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Utah troops helped Afghans

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LDS Church takes precautions against hurricane's effects

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LDS leaders had short tenures but big impact

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Olympic athletes discuss role of faith in their performances

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Woman leaves career behind to become stay-at-home mom

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America's most visited places (Temple Square is listed)

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Unlocking the Mayan mysteries

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Church's facets explored

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Looking to awaken ghosts of Prop. 187


Weekend Headlines (August 14-15, 2004)
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Local missionary leaves legacy of serving others

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Former Sauk Valley resident reports from hurricane's path

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Republicans gunning for Sen. Reid

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Meet USU tight end Jason Stephens

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Churches unite to oppose gambling

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Romney's stem cell stance puts him at odds with Bush

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Churches try TV to reach today's 'visual culture'

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Festival film banned

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The divine feminine

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Hacking sends word to wife's parents

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (August 13, 2004)
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LDS to dissolve area presidencies on Sunday

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Peak moment: 2,821 advised to 'learn by heart'; BYU graduates summer class of 2,821 students

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It's official: Robison in Olympics

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Gardner continues to beat the odds

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Unlikely trio is perfect mix

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New LDS missionary in The Bahamas

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Hanchett faces double-duty: Key reserve for basketball team, he'll try his hand at football this fall

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Freedom center to open after 10-year odyssey

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He's a long-haired lover from Blackpool!

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'Saints and Soldiers' tops Utah box office

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Bear Lake monster: Tall tales and tourism

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Your views: Book of Mormon/DNA

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Eagle scout helped improve kids' safety

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Prayer proposal in Clearfield meetings tabled


Thursday Headlines (August 12, 2004)
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Joseph Smith research gets top endorsement

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Youngsters sponsored silence for leukemia

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Free enterprise can grow wealth -- even in a desert

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Jeopardy ratings plunge without geeky champ

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Plenty of reason to cheer

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City soprano beats cancer to sing again

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Meet the Seahawks: Itula Mili

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Gilbert faces reckoning over zoning versus churches

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Was Magdalene Jesus' wife?

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Mississippi school a haven for Hawaiian athletes


Wednesday Headlines (August 11, 2004)
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Breaking the language barrier

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Book offers new theories about martyrdom

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2,821 graduate this week from BYU

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Mission takes local man to Romania

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Indians plan rites at Mountain Meadows

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Korean War museum losing housing options

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Sports: Reid ready when called upon

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Definition of marriage amendment to be on ballot in November

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More on Russian protest of LDS building: Russians protest plans for Mormon meetinghouse; Department of hypocrisy

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Tracing your family tree the easy way

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Woman in Smart kidnapping said incompetent

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Harvest of Harmony judges announced


Tuesday Headlines (August 10, 2004)
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Animosity simmers in a river town

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Rexburg temple in design phase

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Two positions vacant in LDS Quorum of Twelve Apostles

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Russian Orthodox, Muslims battle Mormon building in South Russia

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Handcart trail takes a beating

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Family First Day Festival

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A teenager's guide to thriving and surviving

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U. of U. President: There will be no Mormon bias at university

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Sports: BYU football: Turning point; Reid and react; Prospect Nelson looks for breaks; Returned missionary pitching well (see last section of the article)

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Y. a best buy; U. diverse

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Fords celebrate 50 years together


Monday Headlines (August 9, 2004)
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Mormon genes are subject of major research study

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Feeding the faithful

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As more Mormons return to Illinois, so do tensions

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Oakley residents mourn death of LDS leader

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Who will be called as next LDS apostles?

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Huntsman paradox: Cancer claims vs. cancer research

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Gardner is grateful to represent the U.S.

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Book review: Recollections of a Handcart Pioneer of 1860

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The same-sex marriage debate

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Cleaning up cemetery first step to movie role; Saints and Soldiers

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LDS apologist urges spirited talk

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Camas parents to start school tied to religion

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Tops in classical music

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Sports: Joe says Rattlers catching on fast

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Politics: Voters weighing their options

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Securing their faith: Congregations work to prevent crime

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Olsens receive pioneer award

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Deaths: Lucien Shoemaker; Murdered Norwalk man recalled


Weekend Headlines (August 7-8, 2004)
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Apostle's music was a tie to my past

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Advocate airs refugees' plight

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Resolved: The blue streak ends right here

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Mission to the majors (registration required to view article)

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Film offers glimpse of Mormon mission

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LDS issues aired at 'FAIR' seminar

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Eagle scout's project is 'in the bag'

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Flake has deep roots in home state

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Small town drive-in has the recipes for success

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Lori's outraged father lashes out; Claim of pregnancy adds legal twist

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To your health

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (August 6, 2004)
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Elder Haight's life is celebrated; Mourners say farewell to Elder Haight; Haight honored at funeral services; Funeral services held for Elder David B. Haight; Elder David B. Haight laid to rest

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Elder Kerr addresses genealogy

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Mormon mission

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Utah native strives to be an uncompromising Hollywood actor

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Mormons mix science into spirituality

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Washington County fair grand marshall


Thursday Headlines (August 5, 2004)
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Funeral set today for Elder Haight

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Mormons meet to answer criticism

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Advocate airs refugees' plight

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Turnaround: A reader's guide of Mitt Romney's book

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Brothers prompt confession; Authorities say Utah man has used alias

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Tom Hanks producing polygamy drama for HBO

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Genealogist tracks down family of Civil War musician

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Discovery continues at Macktown


Wednesday Headlines (August 4, 2004)
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Public is invited to Haight services

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Mormon missionaries strive to spread their faith

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A final bow

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Rulon Gardner: Mountain of solitude kept inside

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Book by BYU graduate No. 1 on Amazon; Buy book here

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Nominations sought for clean-up project

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Gateway is poised for next phase

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AFA's Gray ready for football after layoff

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An out-pouring of love

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Habitat plans campaign

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Fond of fronds

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Signs at Cove Fort, Utah

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Hacking allegedly admitted killing wife; Killed as she slept

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Three death sentences


Tuesday Headlines (August 3, 2004)
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President Hinckley designated to choose apostles

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Protecting the family: a proclamation

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Trekking tales

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Party of five

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Where Mitt's booked

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Hacking arrested; 'We'll miss her until the day we die'; Evidence is enough, police say; No regrets, say the volunteer searchers; Mark Hacking arrested; Mark Hacking's cruel hoax

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Mountain Meadows film pulled from Idaho film festival

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Who's there


Monday Headlines (August 2, 2004)
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More on Elder David B. Haight

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Latter-day Saints form Spanish speaking congregation

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End of story for the last of the old-fashioned muckrakers; Writing the book on Jack Anderson

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Las Vegan wraps up 2004 Scholar Athlete Milk Mustache award

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Buckway becomes first amateur to win in 29 years


Weekend Headlines (July 31, 2004)
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Elder David B. Haight passes away at 97; Elder David B. Haight dies at 97; Elder Haight dies as oldest apostle at 97; An apostle's farewell; Oldest Mormon apostle; Church mourns loss of Elder David B. Haight

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'We shall not see one like him again'; Elder Neal Maxwell remembered for humor, humility and writing style

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By accident, Utah is proving an ideal genetic laboratory

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Curtain to fall for final time on Mormon pageant

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Former Kodak CEO, Kay Whitmore dies at 72; Whitmore family remembers

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Mitt says book's aim not political

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Handcart pageant tells story of faithful saints

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Children re-enact Mormon journey

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Knowledge in jeopardy

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Genealogy can be a cheap hobby

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Karen Southwick, reported on Silicon Valley

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Free shot at walk-on role in new movie

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Scientist says DNA challenges basic Mormon beliefs

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Whistle-blowers form a breed apart

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Sports: Air Force lieutenant ready to hammer; Five questions: Kirk Chambers

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Husband's history of deception casts pall on missing jogger; Husband's 'perfect' past keeps crumbling

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LDS Church News headlines


Thursday Headlines (July 22, 2004)
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Note: I'll be on vacation through July 30th; no updates are planned until I return

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Thursday PM update: Elder Neal A. Maxwell dies at 78; LDS Apostle Neal A. Maxwell dies at 78; Elder Neal A. Maxwell passes away

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Replica of academy is dedicated at park; New building dedicated

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A healing harmony of love, hope

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Home sweet home!

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Portie chasing big-time dreams

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Mormon students team up to create 'Dynamite' film

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Miss Tri-Cities wins on first try

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Elizabeth Smart's family coaches others; Lies muddle probe; Did husband lie?

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Forced medication allowed, judge says

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Chivas plays to accolades


Wednesday Headlines (July 21, 2004)
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A religious ritual wrapped in a civic event

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1,200 help search: No signs of missing woman; Lending a hand

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Teens walk in footsteps of pioneers at retreat

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Brigham Young Academy replicate set to open

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Survey: USA's Protestant majority might soon be no more; Similar article

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Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orson Scott Card team-up in video game project

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Translation celebration (scroll to bottom of article)

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Handcart days swing into action this week

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Osgood wins local hearts

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Fastest growing city in Idaho is Rexburg

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IT suffers brand identity crisis (a mission president is quoted near the end of the article)

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Rain didn't stop Paintfest volunteers

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Surfer's turf


Tuesday Headlines (July 20, 2004)
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Life-changing routes

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U.N. official tours, lauds Welfare Square

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Elder Perry to serve in Europe

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Donny plays to market as fans storm Castle

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'47 float causes stir

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Being governor wasn't on Romney's list

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Icelanders to tour homeland

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Swastika spray-painted on Mormon church

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Suspect belonged to congregation


Monday Headlines (July 19, 2004)
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Mormon choir celebrates 75 years on the air; Thousands fill center, sing praises of Choir; Choir veteran recalls musical years

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It's a life of grime -- Honored Marine signs on for another combat tour

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Raising pigs and practicing law

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Church presents wheelchairs to physically challenged

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Church conference gives teens chance to serve others

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Children, ponies kick-start parades

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Budapest bound

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Tech ex-exec has an MBA -- and a Ph.D. from school of hard knocks

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Downpours leave floods in their wake

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Dreaming up a new home for the muse

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Athens on line for three from IU

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Religion's rebels


Weekend Headlines (July 17-18, 2004)
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Celebrity helps mark Mormon Tabernacle Choir's milestone; Choir to sing in landmark radio show (scroll halfway down article)

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LDS Church restoring historic Idaho tabernacle; Mormon church investing $1 million into Idaho 'show stopper' -- Paris Tabernacle

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The family tree -- Louisville center helps people research their ancestors

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A pageant of protest

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Mormon quiz star on a mission

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Pioneer Day: Pioneer Day social planned in Florida; Crack out the umbrella -- it's parade season

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Brothers leaving for Iraq, Chile -- one headed to war, the other on a mission

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Accounting professor serves in Korea

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Making a difference: Junior volunteer at hospital fills key role

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Mitt tells Games highs, lows; Romney blasts U.S. prosecutors in new book

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Utahns vie to get Trumped; 'The Apprentice' recruiting in Utah

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Nordstrom may stay downtown but in a new location

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (July 16, 2004)
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Mormon settlers make their way to Laguna (registration with LA Times required to view article)

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Polite applause as pop star turns preacher; Excitement as Donny Osmond visits Dundee

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Dell grows up; Rollins to take up reins at Dell

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Wheelchairs presented to Vietnamese

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QB Olson weighing options

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New York Dolls bassist dies at 55

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BYU-Hawaii star set for Deseret News marathon

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JPL a wanted man

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MLS banks on Utah's family reputation

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Mormon Church appeals Gilbert permit decision

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No building Moratorium


Thursday Headlines (July 15, 2004)
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Area youth reenact Pioneer Trek

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Utah's oldest citizens have 100s of tales

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Hamilton's latter-day suburb

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Weirich due home soon

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Romney speaks up

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"Jeopardy!" mints a millionaire; A Utah dad who's treated like a rock star; A Jeopardy! drinking game?; Buzzer boy; Average Joe wins staggering sum

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Nuptial vote is short in Senate; Conservatives mobilize forces

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Talented young musician to be buried today

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Napoleon Dynamite, a Salt Lake City surprise

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U. settles case over student's rights on stage


Wednesday Headlines (July 14, 2004)
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Mom's blanket project for loved ones

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Cancer doesn't own her

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Mormonism spreads in Guatemala

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His 'short attention span' goes a long way; Jennings hits $1 million; Lose? No Ken do; Who's won a million?; Jeopardy champ's streak hits 30; 'Jeopardy!' star tops $1 million in 30-game run; Local relative of game show whiz celebrates win

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California man seeks simpler life on the farm

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Trail West! gets off to a smooth start

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Wedding plans put on hold for Ignacio accident victim

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Latter-day singers

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Boone ready for next challenge

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Police search for man who attacked deaf woman

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Teen arrested in vandalism at LDS church


Tuesday Headlines (July 13, 2004)
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Mid-day Update: Mormon conversions surge in Latin America

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 O.K., Alex, Smart Nerds for $1 million; NPR: Ken Jennings, 'Jeopardy!' legend in the making; Computer geek gains celebrity status; 'Jeopardy!' champ closes in on $1 million

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Miracle man amazed

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Grieving husband watches over baby

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Leon leaves for Russia, baseball on hold

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Miller says State Am schedule needs fix

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Senate's marriage debate veers into polygamy discussion; Hatch draws the line

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NASCAR champion attends Pinewood Derby

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U.S. churches may trigger advertising war

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On this day in history: American flag first flown in Tucson


Monday Headlines (July 12, 2004)
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Choir to mark 75 years on radio; Tabernacle Choir nears 75 years on the air

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A passion for music -- Robert Cundick receives a life-achievement award

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A Sabbath stand; Miller withdraws; USA Today article

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Paper names Utahn from Weber County as Marine of the Year

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Mormons' sacred text goes public; Secular Book of Mormon: Will it sell?

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'Jeopardy!' champ is enjoying all that icing on the cake; Grabbing the headlines; Furious debate rages over 'Jeopardy!' phenom

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Daughters of Utah Pioneers' museum dazzles with artifacts

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Author tells of Lewis and Clark members

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High adventure for 90th birthday

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Some students feel called to faith-based colleges

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Senator takes heat over gay marriage

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History: Early sugar manufacturing efforts weren't so sweet

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Do not pass Go; go directly to jail


Weekend Headlines (July 10-11, 2004)
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Shall we dance? BYU's award-winning Ballroom Dance Company joins Nauvoo's free entertainment offerings

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New costume designs: Pageant's wardrobe will be more authentic

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Who is Jeopardy's historic contestant?; I'll take game show streaks for $920,960, Alex

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Life coming up rosy for Church volunteers

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Mormon couple fulfills South Coast mission

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The Mormon link keeps a  'Dynamite' idea clean

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Marriage debate splits congregations; Gays say the grapple with pain, LDS policy

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Time for a hostile takeover of Utah?

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Seven Eagle scouts to be honored

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LDS Church increases distribution with nVision routers

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Analyzing the 'Code'

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (July 9, 2004)
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Mormon faith, hustle make pageant click; Eve of Hill Cumorah Pageant

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Family thanks rescuers

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U.S. Church gives aid

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Mormon Tabernacle Choir finds oldest living member

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Salt Lake City's newest peregrine falcons like to hang around LDS temple

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SL Tribune Opinion: The marriage statement

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Jones to represent California

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Church takes name-game to court

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Birthplace key to finding Scottish ancestors

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Sports: Ellison wins medalist honors; Historic day

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Vegas turning 100 with a bang


Thursday Headlines (July 8, 2004)
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Doubleday to publish Book of Mormon in new edition; Big New York firm to publish LDS text; Doubleday nears deal to publish Book of Mormon; Link to Doubleday website; New Book of Mormon a quicker read; AP article

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First Presidency issues statement on marriage; LDS Church supports gay-marriage bans; LDS Church issues statement; LDS Church backs amendment; LDS backs amendment against gay marriages

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Annual Hill Cumorah Pageant opens 9 July

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LDS donate wheelchairs

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Weirich coming home soon

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Cache patch a pea-pickers' paradise

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'Napoleon Dynamite' blows up boundaries

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200-room hotel planned for Laie; Similar article; Deseret News article

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Uncertainty swirls over Utah Marine

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Lehi resident publishes murder / suspense novel


Wednesday Headlines (July 7, 2004)
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Ticking package causes pause

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More help for Nsawam prison

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Baking for bucks: Three Utahns vied for a million dollars at Pillsbury Bake-Off

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Saints need to prepare for a temple in Rexburg

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Future BYU students wear EFY t-shirts

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Melanie to train Miss Canada contestants

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Churches build for growing congregations

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Parade winners announced


Tuesday Headlines (July 6, 2004)
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LDS Today turns six-years old

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LDS Church named major donor

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Hymn hits home for Iraqi

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Roberts a fascinating 'Apprentice'

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Kristoffer Jones, exuberant youth eulogized

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Hit and run in Virginia kills sailor

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Parade perseveres

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Unity Center site unchanged

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Keyes defends religious values in speech


Monday Headlines (July 5, 2004)
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A tender touch: Norcross woman leaves easy life behind to do good works for lepers and orphaned children in India (registration with AJC required to view article); Rising Star Outreach website; Contact RSO

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Nevada mothers recognized for their dedication to family

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Teen embarks on Mormon mission

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The 'Killing Fields'

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'Dynamite' debut

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Game lover doesn't play it safe, starts Gamefest

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Rodeo cowboys hit the circuit

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Family's garage sale raises funds to treat autistic son

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Annual Samoan gathering draws hundreds to gardens

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St. George Utah temple visitor center closes for renovations

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Utah campaign tactics often take leap of faith

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Gulls flock to SLC to cover sidewalks with ... art


Weekend Headlines (July 3-4, 2004)
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Making blankets at Brenau

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Preserving Iosepa's heritage

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Teens re-enact trek to Utah

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Time keepers

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Donny enjoying high notes of 41-year career; Marie making airwaves as radio talk-show host; Original Osmond brothers stay busy on and off stage; The Osmonds: The first generation

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Pioneer attorney, LDS leader Earl dies at 94

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Fans, critics flip over film's innocence

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Mormon congregation plans new church

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Misunderstood modesty

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Ken Jennings: 'Freakishly smart Mormon'

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Local couple reaping harvest of vegetables

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Scout driven to help blood supply

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Memo on torture stokes ethics-versus-faith debate

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New ownership ruling casts shadow on Bonneville deal

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Carter leaves musical mark on the park

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (July 2, 2004)
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Angel atop temple spire draws visitors to Mormon center

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Weirich making strides towards full recovery

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Church not targeted in Scouts fire lawsuit

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From BYU to MTV, 'Napoleon Dynamite' blowing up big

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Overzealous Mormons continue to baptize Jews

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Osgood coming to Bountiful

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'Life never is boring' with 'Rain Man'

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Individuals can resolve conflict over fireworks and faith


Thursday Headlines (July 1, 2004)
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Choir announces 75th anniversary gala concert

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In Utah, two faiths and one prayer

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Leotas have reservations for La'ie

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Church youths clean up Ogba

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Unbelievable!

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BYU student's ads going on air

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Council gives blessing to Mintlaw church

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Sales of historic photos help finance Oneida Stake Academy restoration

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Titans coach steps down over Sunday games

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Hanchett tracing football dream

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Rose to be back with BYU

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3 Utahns off Moon hook

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'Faithful Transgressions' in Mormon women's words


Wednesday Headlines (June 30, 2004)
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Feds seeking nearly $14 million from Boy Scouts

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Utah president looks forward to role with sports

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Sexual attitudes: How far many go may be surprising

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Winning with dignity is most important

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Lena family's supporters can meet Army son

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Awesome winning streak on Jeopardy!

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Man freed after 14 years on death row gets $5 million

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Fire victims thank neighbors, friends for offers of help

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On a mission

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Defense witness: Helzer shared psychosis with brother


Tuesday Headlines (June 29, 2004)
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Miracle man can't recall shocking fall

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Triple blessings

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Microfilming project stirs protests

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Long Beach boy called bright, witty

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Grad follows his brother to academy

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A family asks for mercy for Utah Marine

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Borough celebrates 40 years

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Area woman enjoying busy life

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Recall petition falls short


Monday Headlines (June 28, 2004)
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Mormon youth push on into their past

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Today in history (June 27 Joseph and Hyrum Smith killed by mob in Carthage)

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The man with all the questions

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More mobilized Mormon missionaries; Similar article

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Church youths help clean area

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California teen dies in fall at Utah park; Similar article

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Cliff fall survivor wakes from coma; Photo of missionary's parents

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Last week was a typically busy one for Mike Reid

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From killing fields to court

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For falcons as for people, life in the big city has its risks as well as its rewards

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Scouts add trees

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Most back marriage amendment

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Humble Laie resident was famous around the world as steel guitarist

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Historian chronicles city's history


Weekend Headlines (June 26-27, 2004)
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Missionaries spread word despite deluge

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Recovery hopes for cliff fall survivor; Texan recovering well; Father declares son's survival a miracle; Cliff survivor out of coma; Trees likely saved life of falling elder

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Ready for Iraq mission; LDS missionary called to service in Iraq

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I'll take Jeopardy for $601,760, please; Jeopardy Jennings his No. 18Photo of missionary's parents

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Trekking examined on Mormon Trail

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Hispanics a growing presence in LDS Church

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A hero lives the American dream

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Downtown revitalization plans have some worried

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Religious News Service: Pope and leader of Latter-day Saints receive Medal of Freedom

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New Eldersburg church welcomes visitors this weekend

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Love of literature sparked author's desire to be writer

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Wilberger suspect has airtight alibi, lawyer says

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'Tennis Shoes' author jumps into filmmaking

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Sports: Leavitt recalls glory days with Royals; Skyline's Bergstrom commits

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Officer guilty in death of motorist

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BYU graduate under fire for memo on torture use

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Utah politicians distance themselves from Moon event

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Church leader accused of sex crime; Similar AP article

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (June 25, 2004)
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Family planned funeral for fall man; And a safe landing, so help me God; Missionary dubbed living miracle

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Mormons unveil family tributes

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Novel ideas: LDS fiction gains in popularity

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Supertower stronger than steel

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Receptive idea

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'Napoleon' conquers

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BYU lottery pick at No. 8

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LDS church vandalized in Riverton

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Relay raises $81,200 to fight cancer

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Seeking spirituality in the house of java


Thursday Headlines (June 24, 2004)
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Medal for Pres. Hinckley is 94th birthday present; Bush awards Hinckley the Medal of Freedom in White House ceremony; White House press release: Remarks by the President (both text and audio); Lucky 13: President honors nation's best; Video clip

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Tourist survives 70 meter fall from lookout; Missionary survives fall from cliff

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Growing LDS churches stress high involvement

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Wind, weather and dogs -- the glamorous life of a missionary

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For Paso cyclist, family was No. 1; Snider family speaks out

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Massachusetts governor urges constitutional ban

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Firefighters contain Reno brush fire

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Many drawn to helping find Wilberger

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Brothers prove anything 1 can do, 3 can do better

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'Napoleon' comes clean

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Go-karts, family fun for Nauvoo

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After 93 years, his dance is done

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Cuisine quest

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Author of '02 memo on torture: 'Gentle' soul for a harsh topic

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Were letters race's final blow?


Wednesday Headlines (June 23, 2004)
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President Hinckley turns 94 today -- in D.C.

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LDS Church to turn Triad into education center; Similar article

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LDS Church donates $80,000 to ISU

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The spirit of scouting

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Family history center to open in Machias

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Kids trade D.C. trip for charity work

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Brown, Miler shining bright in Summerville

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Former Fredonia mayor remembered

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Court asked to revisit church ruling

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Three city churches burglarized over the weekend

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The Linux killer


Tuesday Headlines (June 22, 2004)
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Hinckley dedicates new HCI hospital; Huntsmans' cancer hospital is family affair

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Little essay salutes dad

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Church to break silence on downtown

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Dyer combined smarts with athletic skills to be named scholar-athlete of the year

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Scouting helps youth earn his independence

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Dueling views of reform


Monday Headlines (June 21, 2004)
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Father knows best

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Fishers of men

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Faith of the pioneers

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Utah family works to preserve Mississippi county documents for future generations; Similar article

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Man paralyzed from 30 foot fall is recovering

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LDS choir wins 4 Pearls

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Genealogy workshop for deaf begins today

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Fort Madison LDS church breaks ground on new building

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School design affects learning, lawmakers told


Weekend Headlines (June 19-20, 2004)
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Medal of Freedom for President Hinckley; Hinckley to receive Medal of Freedom at the White House; White House press release; President Hinckley's press release

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Wheelchairs distributed to disabled in Bogota

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St. George Utah Temple visitor's center to close for renovations

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Nerdity without shame

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BYU's Betz receives national recognition for volunteer work

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Remembering WWII

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Sports: A BYU center? Sixers are willing to ponder

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Mill Creek Canyon remains a favorite refuge from the city rush

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Church members' efforts bring Book of Mormon film to local theater

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2,800 top prep students debate up a storm; Senior wins national oratory championship

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (June 18, 2004)
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His own toe gives best gift

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Mormons find space to worship in Laurel

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Historic Oakley opens its doors

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President Hinckley dedicates New York temple (scroll to near the bottom of the article; this was published in many papers across the U.S. today)

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'Napoleon Dynamite': Misfits like a glove

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The city is a'changin'

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Wanting to make sweet lemonade out of prison's sour aftertaste

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Sports: Stuart puts faith in Perrett


Thursday Headlines (June 17, 2004)
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LDS in more charity work; Similar article

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Mormon teens re-enact 1800s journey to Salt Lake City

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LDS Church forms new stake from division of Redlands stake

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Battling junk with spunk

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Diversity key to revitalized Salt Lake, mayor says; Mayor concerned over LDS Church's downtown plans

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Open house for new stake center in New Orleans

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Politics: Mediator seeking new challenge

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Scouting: Eagles follow the master; Scout makes bird houses for project

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Guilty verdict in the murder of 5


Wednesday Headlines (June 16, 2004)
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Mormons trace Welsh ancestry

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Pen mightier than the sword: Vandy professor writes book on Senator Smoot

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Mormons congregate at new chapel

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Genesis group organized to provide support

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LDS teens enjoy seminary life

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Utahn is king of TV show winners; Similar article

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Farmers Insurance rates 25 safest places to live

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Provo act is hypnotic

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Finding hidden riches in the vault

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Movie review of Napoleon Dynamite

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Cannon combines dreaming, analysis

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Committee votes down same-sex pension benefits

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Fire that killed prominent eye doctor ruled an accident

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Financial clerk for LDS church is sentenced


Tuesday Headlines (June 15, 2004)
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Chapel dedication well attended

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Seminary prepares students for adult roles

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Napoleon Dynamite is a charming ode to nerds; 'Napoleon Dynamite' director inspired by his own mama's llamas

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Student killed in crash had everything to live for, friends say

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Jag of all trades

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4 lives changed in an instant

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3,100 top teen debaters square off in war of words


Monday Headlines (June 14, 2004)
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Faithful LDS join in temple dedication; Manhattan Temple dedicated; Temple dedicated in the nation's largest city; LDS Church press release and photos

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New Yorkers find niche in LDS Church

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LDS youths dance at Radio City Music Hall; LDS youths dance like crazy to celebrate temple dedication; Latter-day Saints perform at Radio City Music Hall

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Mormon missionaries hard at work in Cambodia

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Mormon chapel proceeds in New Rochelle

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A special tribute to the Mormon Battalion

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Teen volunteers help agency with maintenance, cleaning

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Teen killed in car crash on way to high school graduation; Similar article

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Geek revival

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Politics: 'Silver-spoon' prodigy has earned extensive resume; Huntsman

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Cancer hospital built for body, soul

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Mormons offer key lesson in political activism


Weekend Headlines (June 12-13, 2004)
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Members come to New York to stay; Harlem is embracing LDS presence; LDS in NYC

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Outpouring is a healing balm for Americans

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LDS plan downtown remains an enigma

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Church dedicates new chapel

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Many faiths have flocked to, from Ohio

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Bruce Asay runs for U.S. House

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Jared Hess and Jon Heder on Napoleon Dynamite; Dynamite debut

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'Person of interest' in Brooke's case kills himself; Volunteers remain ready to search for missing BYU student; Theories are all that's left in wake of disappearance of Brooke Wilberger

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BYU travel program closes its doors; BYU shutting down travel studies department

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Senior scores $40,000 in scholarships

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (June 11, 2004)
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Manhattan Temple to be dedicated this weekend; Similar article

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Local Mormons re-create walk of faith

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Woman's story to be shared at Mormon Battalion event

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The way he was, Utahns on Reagan

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Heder lights up Napoleon Dynamite; 'Napoleon Dynamite' is hip

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LDS purchase of 'Old Navy' building in SLC is finalized

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Looking for Brooke Wilberger: Keeping the heart fires lit

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Running: Utahn sets sight on Worlds

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Burgess is back but will the game be there?

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First gold found in Nevada on display

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Oneida Stake Academy foundation honored

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Saying 'I do' to weekdays


Thursday Headlines (June 10, 2004)
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Priceless national records saved by Latter-day Saint microfilm efforts

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Re-enactment of Mormon journey teaches about faith

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Dynamic Korean church leader honored

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N.Y. Temple to get spire

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City helps clear the way for the Mormon Church

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Final goodbyes for crash victims

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'Take your time, Ben, make it a good one'


Wednesday Headlines (June 9, 2004)
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A Reaganesque pollster; Utahn remembers friendship with President Reagan; Clear vision: Reagan's spirituality impressed his Utah aide

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Today in history (priesthood extended to all worthy males)

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The search for Brooke Wilberger: Family tries to keep their faith strong

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Path cleared for LDS to buy Triad property

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LDS store offers more than a bargain

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Website touts temple square

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Mormon volunteers to help disabled (see near bottom of article)

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Life of service honored

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Resident keeps audience laughing

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Spiritual journey: Following the right path

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Giveaway set for Friday


Tuesday Headlines (June 8, 2004)
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Utahns plan Mexico trip to aid needy

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Mormon youths complete Seminary

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New rule on purchasing LDS garments

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Temple Square Web site opens today

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LDS Church eyeing Triad Center

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Colleges' enrollments rise

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The search for Brooke Wilberger: Family misses its 'regular kid'; Police call of search for Wilberger

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Residents appeal church decision

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Modesty still a serious concern at BYU

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Asbestos holds up chapel demolition


Monday Headlines (June 7, 2004)
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LDS Church expresses condolences to Reagan family; Utahns reflect on the passing of an American President

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Battalion's contribution was large

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Exhibit offers chance to follow in pioneers' footsteps; Similar article

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Valley agencies collect food for the hungry

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Search for missing BYU student halted; Seeking answers in prayer; Wilberger search is called off, family asks for more help; Keeping hope afloat

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Finally, a funeral for slain Hyrum girl

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Leaving Provo is hard to do

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Nye runs away from field to earn 5K victory


Weekend Headlines (June 5-6, 2004)
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Manhattan's Mormon temple: Sacred space in a bustling city

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Hispanics swell ranks of Mormon church

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Mormon singles get own congregation

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LDS filmmaker campaigning for Larry Miller to invest in film; Link to youdontknowthisguy.com

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Movie review: A dynamite muse

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LDS flicks missing a few cowboys

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Mum so proud of hero Joe

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Dodds dispels doubts, rises to the top of Mountain West

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Scouts WWII book soars to new heights

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Saturday will be last mass search for Wilberger

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Some dubious figures acquire 'hero' status in Mormon faith

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Faith building boom in Michigan

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Mr. and Mrs. Peregrine are back in Salt Lake City

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Less prayer in the foxholes, and why

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Lawmaker wants state to become more efficient in building schools

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Mayor allays concerns

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (June 4, 2004)
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New exterior planned for Manhattan New York Temple

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President Hinckley, Hatch to speak at cancer hospital opening

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Gospel thinking links man to God

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Pain and progress: Utahns move closer to accomplishing golden goals

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Mormon community early to scrapbook

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An empty nest

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Brooke Wilberger update: TV ad on missing teen to air across country; Focus for volunteers to change; 'We plead to let her go'

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Cottam keeps family tradition going, with Eagle Scout award

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Area stars ready to cut loose in showcase game

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D-Day -- not fall of Rome -- marked turning point in WWII

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Borden to follow in father's BYU footsteps?

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Mom morphs into activist, then inmate

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In an agricultural, Mormon region, pastor nevertheless is at home (interesting view of how a Baptist pastor views those of the LDS faith)

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Deadly DWI nets 17-year sentence


Thursday Headlines (June 3, 2004)
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Son charts own course

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Doctor takes leave for his faith

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Religion survey in the West; Similar article

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Utah is tops in volunteers

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203 years young

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U's new president ready to face challenges

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Funeral for siblings in A23 crash

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Teen's project helps Salvation Army

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Mahe's second job

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Search so far proves futile; Dogs provide comfort to searchers; Wilberger's inner circle turns to prayer; Local residents support search

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Grads say they're more than ready to go to war

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Clay County proposes hotel tax


Wednesday Headlines (June 2, 2004)
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All the rage in New York

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Award goes to Tabernacle Choir

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Postponing college for Christ's sake

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Handmade crafts going to needy babies

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Boy scout collects items for U.S. soldiers

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Five women honored for contributions

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Still no leads in Wilberger case; Police scaling back their coverage on Brooke; Firefighters tackle rough terrain

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Ex-scout leader Hunsaker earns Silver Beaver award

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Bizarre plot told in court: Five slayings prelude to overthrow of Mormon Church

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History is served in Mesa

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Udder alternatives


Tuesday Headlines (June 1, 2004)
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Learning from the teachings of Nephi

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New exterior planned for Manhattan New York Temple

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Chapel demolished because of quake fears

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Today in history (Brigham Young was born in 1801)

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Youth devotional set at Tabernacle

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Handcart trail suffering from overuse

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Bearded man a BYU oddity

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Search for missing teen presses on; Brooke Wilberger search moves north; Hundreds turn out for vigil; Emotional vigil; Searchers gather in prayer; Vigil for missing woman draws community; Search expands

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Y. returns to golf tournament

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Heck with critics, Provo's proud

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Deaths: Ken Lindbloom -- a community leader and man of values passes; Girl dies in fall in mountains near Elko