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May 2004 Archived News:

Monday Headlines (May 31, 2004)
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It's a hard-knock life

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Mormon Trail gets modern markers

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Flagstaff family still feeling loss

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LDS missionary called to Iraq

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Big things from little Jake Garn

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Touching their Polynesian past

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Sheila Yates 'ready for the next challenge'

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FBI visits church; Word of disappearance spread around the globe within hours; Students give up weekend to help search; Searchers take to saddles; Prayer ralley

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'Boomerang' kids can be a blessing

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Censoring software keeps it clean

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Utah's big families


Weekend Headlines (May 29-30, 2004)
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LDS Church president visits Denmark and dedicates temple

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LDS Church's statement; LDS Church warns members not to believe everything they hear; Purported remarks of an apostle

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Students get up early for Latter-day Saints' seminary program

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Teddy bears stuffed with love

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Provo - Orem 'most secure'

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Today in history (President Benson died)

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Search at gravel pit yields no leads; Missing teen's family clings to hope; Five under scrutiny in disappearance; Family shares stories of missing daughter; Prayer rally

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Archaeology provides proof for Book of Mormon

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Faith has need of all the truth

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Toddler thought drowned is alive (I don't have confirmation that this is an LDS family, but it's an interesting story)

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Future's wide open for Elmore

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Idiart law -- a family affair

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Out of Africa? Americans search for ancestors

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Eileen's sentimental journey on Flying Scotsman

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The couch and the pulpit

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Second conviction means possible life sentence

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Satire: Playing the lotto in Utah


Friday Headlines (May 28, 2004)
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Handcart trail visitors may have to watch their step

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Park City site for LDS church OK'd; Snyderville LDS stake center approved

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Brooke: A good student, athlete with strong faith; No suspects yet in abduction; No solid leads; Police still have no leads; Signaling support; Family delivers thanks; No new leads; Family pleads for woman's safe return; Town bonds again to search for Brooke; Mormon-driven search finds no sign of student

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Forum dispels myths surrounding mental illness

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Some U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq who are buried at Arlington

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Interfaith group has 'inclusive' service

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Proposed Mormon church gets tentative planning commission date

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Death casts shadow on graduation


Thursday Headlines (May 27, 2004)
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President Monson honored

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Mormons present eye glasses to four communities; Similar article

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Historic chapel given to LDS

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Faith bonds those searching for Brooke; Community continues to help in search effort; No new leads in possible abduction; Search for Brooke continues, tips coming in; Search widens for Y. student; Mother pleads for information about missing coed; Oregon college student reported missing; Small detail may be key to disappearance; Continued search brings no clues; Prayers for Brooke

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Utah artists create murals for LDS temples around the world

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Gardens rooted in heaven and earth

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Donny is top citizen; Similar article

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Grove ward building, tree to be replaced

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Hotel site future uncertain

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LDS family center will open at mall

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Interfaith prayer tonight in Provo

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'Do-it-yourself' censorship

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Judge panel rules against McCartheys

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Abduction try didn't happen

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Withers receives Eagle award


Wednesday Headlines (May 26, 2004)
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LDS leader is on trip to Europe

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Volunteers fan out across Avery Park; The search intensifies; Search for missing girl continues; Search intense for BYU student; Kidnapping suspected in Corvallis; 'We're looking and we're not going to stop'; College coed missing in Oregon; Hundreds search for missing woman in Oregon

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Scholars meet to discuss early church history

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Religious Americans look on the Internet for answers

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Bibliography aids in study of Mormonism

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Family hit by car are expected to recover

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Preparing for disaster

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Graduates, start your futures now

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Movies: Summer muscle (scroll down half-way to view info on 'Napoleon Dynamite')


Tuesday Headlines (May 25, 2004)
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President Hinckley dedicates Denmark temple

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The giant killer arises again for Athens

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Trail ride honors missionaries

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Top of the class

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Candidates differ on faith-based funding

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Bear Lake serpent sighting

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Man reportedly attempts to grab girl during church


Monday Headlines (May 24, 2004)
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Praising the Lord for 22 straight hours

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Mission quest

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Church nurtures growth of faith

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Naomi Maxfield Shumway dies

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New book on massacre coming

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Mt. Carmel ace has a mission in mind

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Students pick favorite local teachers

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Wolfe preys on state

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Kicker reserve steps up

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Three brothers will face dangers of war together

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Gardner headed to Athens

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Romney rides volatile issue onto U.S. stage; Governor tries to show disapproval while upholding the law; Romney walks gay-marriage tightrope

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J. Golden Kimball was reborn through actor relative

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Forty years of nights

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Awards bestowed for Mormon history

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Volunteer leaders to receive highest scouting award

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Fired judge still a fan of Moses' law

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Pioneering escape act

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'Mormon poker': A sinfully good time without the sin


Weekend Headlines (May 22-23, 2004)
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Devotion at the crack of dawn

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Friends share a mission to spread their faith in Africa

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Church makes donation in Uganda

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ACLU starts appeal in 2nd plaza case; Similar article

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Mormon president urges men to shun tattoos

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Movie scenes filmed in Tennessee

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Love letters

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Churches see sharing with community as part of mission

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Kirby: Connecting with the plain folk

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Students learn West was rough

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Business types not flocking to Provo

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NY Times Travel: Where waterfalls are the way out

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (May 21, 2004)
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With seven children, family learns how to flex

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Tabernacle Choir president urges people to forgive

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Three hints for research into English heritage

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Runner knows his priorities

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Church wins city OK

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Religious leaders share values with teens

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Historians debate veracity of book on Lafferty killings

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Family facing tough times may lose home


Thursday Headlines (May 20, 2004)
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Piecing together past lives

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Mormon history group returns to Provo

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Money for storm relief streams in

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LDS building gets an OK from planners

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Church site proposal draws overflow crowd

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Son fine on kidney of aging mother; Similar article

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From barterer to billionaire

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Writer Jim Kimball remembered for irreverent humor

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Daughters speak of father who died in fire

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'Modest is hottest' fits this prom wear (requires registration with Atlanta-Journal Constitution)

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Reed LeSueur to put baseball on hold to serve mission

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LDS.org has jump in number of unique visitors

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In Utah County, being Democratic is no party


Wednesday Headlines (May 19, 2004)
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Memorial honors fallen officers; Honoring those who uphold the rule of law

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Junior Miss graceful under pressure

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Bowling alley bishop

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Mormon teens start day together

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Lease of Martin's Cove two months behind plan

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Event's timing a Huntsman perk

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Sports: Don't underestimate the Jazz; Minor league players of the week

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Buyers fume as gas prices rise

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A Zion overview


Tuesday Headlines (May 18, 2004)
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A mission in microfilm

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Mormons add new tongue

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Into the jungle

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Photos from priesthood anniversary fireside

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Hollywood hits Vonore

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Quick action by friends, adults save youth at summer camp

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Navy officer credits family, God for managing responsibilities

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BLM to host Martin's Cove meeting

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Sandy garage fire kills community leader; Jim Kimball, storyteller, dies at 69; Salt Lake Tribune article

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Church steeple finds new home in Maryland

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Merchants at two malls are getting nervous; Temple Square Inn on way out; changes at Crossroads

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Residents in Lehi cleaning up flooded basements

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The missing governor


Monday Headlines (May 17, 2004)
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LDS urged to boost worthiness

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Osmonds say goodbye to beloved matriarch; Remembering Olive Osmond

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Church, neighborhood benefit

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Nuclear waste train splits a Nevada town

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Lost and sometimes found in the White Mountains


Weekend Headlines (May 15-16, 2004)
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Church adds new music site on LDS.org

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Couple killed in Missouri when going for internship

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Five questions with Elder Colton Christensen

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Teen grad accepts success

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Mother of four sprints to late degree, with honors

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Packed church sings farewell

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Turning cruelty into 'love one another'

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Historians meet to separate fact from fiction

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Making devotion a priority

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Live Green will enliven downtown

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Church presentation on Wednesday

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Mormon church projects open to public Saturday

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Church plan faces objections

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Man sentenced to five years for burning church

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (May 14, 2004)
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Keep the commandments through monitoring important gauges

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Latter-day Saints pupils select teachers to honor

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Mormon databases available to nonmembers

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A mother's life-saving gift

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U. wanted a fence-mender

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Beyeler men earn recognition

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In Utah, a tale of revival on the dot-com trail

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Mormon controversy reignited


Thursday Headlines (May 13, 2004)
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Soldier's final salute from 300 mourners

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Osmond rites security tight

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Elder Brough to speak at BYU devotional

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LDS wardhouse gets initial OK

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Bridging religious differences

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There's no place like home

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Worth re-Reiding

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Hillman survives jeers to reach top with BYU volleyball

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There's lots more DVD filtering to be done

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Missionaries lend helping hand at nature center

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Church supports historical society (see sidebar article)


Wednesday Headlines (May 12, 2004)
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BLM agrees with church's proposals

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Bishops inspire two congregations

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Live as if we're brothers and sisters

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'Standing Together' seeks to unite evangelical church bodies

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JetBlue founder takes airline to new heights

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Residents gather for one-day, home-repair blitz

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Virginia church giving away steeple (similar to article posted last week)

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A few tips for researching family history


Tuesday Headlines (May 11, 2004)
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Popular Temple Square youth devotional to become a monthly event

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Mormon missionaries face days of austerity, rejection; Mormons by the numbers (brief registration with Miami Herald required to view these articles)

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Older LDS missionaries get a transfer in Provo

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National Public Radio: Religion survey, part I

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LDS Church Press Release: New temple opens in Manhattan

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Mixing glamour with modesty

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Bush picks Utah lawyer for appeals court; Similar article

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GhanaAir Chairman defends decision


Monday Headlines (May 10, 2004)
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Osmond matriarch dies

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'Super Mom' gets makeover in front of 6 million

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A Mother's Day of pride and pain

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Mormons finish temple in Manhattan; Similar article

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Mormon sisters help women's shelter

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ACLU ponders an appeal

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LDS discontinues baptism for deceased Holocaust victims

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Touching new bases

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Young says faith will guide him in his post

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Manti marvel

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Nearer whose God?

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Steeple needs a church

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The invention of TV inspires playwright

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LDS Church's downtown planning is doing nothing for Main Street

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Parents fight gay-themed children's books in libraries

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In Utah, Birkenstocks, backpacks  and guns

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Spoof: Ugly parents more likely to have ugly children


Weekend Headlines (May 8-9, 2004)
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Modern Mormonism

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Understanding life's defining moments

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Neighbor helping neighbor means everyone wins

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All-purpose back

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LDS youth devotional is Wednesday

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Triplets bring new parents' brood to five

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Enoch soldier gets a hero's welcome home

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LDS Church News headlines


Friday Headlines (May 7, 2004)
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Community leader dies in crash; Jerry Colwell remembered; Also see article link from May 3

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Ceremony honors fallen policeman

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The power of love

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Father of Elizabeth Smart speaks for National Day of Prayer; Day of Prayer celebrates the freedom to pray; Some at Prayer Day say they would have welcomed LDS

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Hispanics get help at hospital

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Seagulls devour Mormon Crickets in Elmore county

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Tenth Barlow receives accounting degree at LDS Business College

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Bank expands security division

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Mormons to take over GhanAir


Thursday Headlines (May 6, 2004)
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BYU named top college value

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A good deal

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Hollywood riled up over ClearPlay

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Old Mormon Fort gives visitors a taste of the past

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Towns welcome soldiers

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Massachusetts girds for battle

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LDS Business College graduation statistics

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60 trees planted

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Police foil plot to bomb LDS church; Update

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www.Mormon

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Utah's nagging drought leaves proud old trees out on a limb

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Church parkland bid on hold


Wednesday Headlines (May 5, 2004)
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Who are those young men in white shirts?

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Donated wheelchairs help Chuuk's disabled get around

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LDS Church withdraws application

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S. Jersey chorus ready to get to Carnegie Hall; Similar article regarding Arizona chorus

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Springville museum dedicates new wing

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Family, friends extol Judge May's career

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Mormon cooking more than Jell-O

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Group limits Mormon participation in National Day of Prayer


Tuesday Headlines (May 4, 2004)
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Plaza suit is dismissed; Court boots ACLU's plaza suit

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Clean-cut and classical five; Deseret News reprint

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Saints come marchin' in; Images of New York temple; 'Hot ticket'; Mormons show temple in NYC (similar articles were published in many papers across the U.S.)

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Coach will be missing if Titans make final

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Secrets of the Code: Dan Brown's plans for next book

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Dingle offers slower pace, outdoor activities

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Church group opts out of participating in National Day of Prayer events

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Thousands pay tribute to Tillman


Monday Headlines (May 3, 2004)
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Left with memories

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Teens search high, low for modest prom dress

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Events help young Mormons meet others within their faith

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LDS bishop dies in traffic accident

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Tycoon plans sale to fund charity; Similar article

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Open house for New York temple

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Kin stands by Lee, Mountain Meadows legacy: Amid the controversy

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Crickets raid Idaho again

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Cheers, tears for Utah heroes; Kids fight own war against longing

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Missouri bank cashes in on Jesse James

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In our view, a little remorse goes a long way

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Governor's race for the rich?

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Utah plugs offshore leaks

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Islamic exhibition reaches out to non-Muslims too


Weekend Headlines (May 1 - 2, 2004)
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Families can find protection, safeguards despite life's challenges; Women unite through service

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Local knitters follow Mother Teresa's example

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Feeding the multitudes

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Family's tears as tragic Kriss is laid to rest; Farewell Angel; Community bids farewell to murdered schoolboy

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Former mayor named to church leadership role

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Hot ticket in New York: LDS temple open house

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Sports vs. the Sabbath

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Good Samaritan Award given by Mormon church

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New U. 'captain' well-suited; A new Utah man

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LDS Church may buy 'Old Navy' building

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Three-sport star likes volleyball best

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Buffy's got the muscle to inspire our spiritual side

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New Line Cinema has acquired rights to "The Farnsworth Invention"

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LDS apostle to toss first pitch at Fenway Park (similar to article published earlier in the week)

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LDS Church follows members to inner cities (similar to article published last week)

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Scrap it! Hobby combines art, family, history, and love

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Health fair planned

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LDS Church News headlines


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

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

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

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LDS Church presiding bishop receives achievement award; Similar article

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LDS open temple to New Yorkers

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Osmond Junior forced to flee town by media

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Mataele Pau'u tops DT list for major colleges

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Injuries hurting Rulon's chances

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

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Sunday museum specials stir religious debate

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No. 1 Cougars take on Pepperdine; BYU in finals

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Lee statue rejected; Reaction mixed


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

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Bishop looks to spread complimentary education to Brazil

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Mayor promotes touring historic sites in New York

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Congregation moves to new church

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New V.P. continues unusual Y. tradition

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LDS pop star balances life between fame and faith

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Elder Perry to throw out first Sox pitch

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Cougar lacrosse team aims for national title

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'Pride and Prejudice' movie review

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Volunteers make annual spring clean a success

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Genes reunited

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Mormon pioneers and cotton

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Mall developer opts for a private update

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Ringing phones can be a big distraction during church

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South Utah city nixes Lee statue

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Mormonism ministry moves into LDS territory


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

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Track and field complex named after BYU coach

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Ideas aired to defuse school violence

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Speaking of God

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Cashing in on the US need to find ancestors

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

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There's something about Melanie

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Mayors bow out of prayer breakfast

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DI complains over donated 'junk'


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

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

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Downtown gets a touch of classes

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Safety in numbers


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

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Choicest blessings

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At odds over LDS building; Similar article

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Marysville Cemetery cleanup yields aging treasure

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Little Joseph wins battle for survival

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One faith's tenet is another's taboo

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John Tanner named new academic vice-president at BYU

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

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Once angry, hateful, victim takes life back

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

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Following members and minorities, Mormon temples head to inner city

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Two-sport specialist

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UK article on Bill Marriott

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Only one place to put Lee statue

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Judge orders forced medication in threat case

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

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Kirby: Doing the Lord's yard work

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LDS Church News headlines


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

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

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Home at last

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Clarence Robison former BYU track coach

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

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Golf: Injured Summerhays plays waiting game

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Director chosen for '66 movie

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Missionaries participate in clean-up

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Statue furor sparks new review


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

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Searchers for Elizabeth get award and thanks

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"Work and the Glory" film being produced in Tennessee

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

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Tops in kids and crops

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Receiving a hearty welcome home

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Joseph Knight Rogers called father of county in Arizona

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


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

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Mormon Tabernacle Choir inducted into Hall of Fame; Related article

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Ex-Clovis West star retires

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Salmon enjoys leadership roles

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Kiwanis Club gives awards to Provo youths

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Homemade bomb detonated near LDS church

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Corrections officer jailed on child molestation charges

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


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

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Duty done, coach courts top fans

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A family tradition

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Lingering trauma: Life after Columbine

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Everybody says hello: Downey enjoys reputation for friendliness


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

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Helena youth happy to volunteer

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Opinion: LDS baptisms for Holocaust victims

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Author gets rich but gives plenty back

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

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Overcoming Columbine

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50-year anniversary bash draws crowd of 200

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Feeling overqualified? Problem may be particularly bad in Utah

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The cost of culture

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Marching to different drummers

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Another round in Dead Goat battle


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

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Latest in Mormon movies

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Passionate responses

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Group discusses religious bigotry

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Church expansion

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Wrestling: Grappling with success

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Air Force explores its option again

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Healing presents

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Couple celebrates 60th wedding anniversary

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Executive is slain; wife held

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LDS Church News headlines


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

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Romney bill aims to delay gay marriage

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Teens drawn to church camps, researchers find

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Working together to help

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Prom perspectives

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Skimpy teen attire sparks resistance

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Miss Del Mar pageant queen puts others, community first

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Freak accident claims girl's dreams

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Remote DBAs not the next big thing

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Alleged 'street race' fatally injures woman; Related article

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'Old Man' leads Tide in quiet way

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Gray grabs job at quarterback


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

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Looney Loomers spread service to others

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Fireside commemorates missionaries' sacrifices

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Stake hosting family history open house

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Counselor aids area job seekers

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Church, locals react to state apology to Mormons in Utah

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Ins and outs of basketball recruiting

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High school star Sean McNaughton

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

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

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Sharp Daynes dies at 101

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Ray and Darlene Fronce

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


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

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Student plans international family event

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Church to host fair

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Deaths: Scientist Wilbur Robison

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


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

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Volunteers make monthlong Indy 500 celebration possible

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Plans for religious studies program roll forward

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Costs burden Storyland

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The cultural diversification of a religious mutt

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Mormons are gonna getcha


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

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The Christ continuum

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

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Modest proposal

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Art as metaphor

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Keeping disagreements on faith friendly

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A cowboy with a gentle heart

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Internet makes researching family roots so much easier

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

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Wheelchair Foundation's partnership with the Church

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New Mormon facility to open soon

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Keeping the faith

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Bronze Star given to Utahn

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Jason Beck a natural for BYU

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Illinois' misdeeds: 'Regret' or teach?

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

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Mormon becomes electric


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

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Latter-day Saints thriving in Ghana

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Churches feed hunger for support, fellowship

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Family's day of celebration turns tragic

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Military a family affair

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Edwards planted seeds of champs

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Local man helps Californians

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

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Missionary work helps Mormon 'sisters' grow spiritually

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Church youths plan trek

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

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LDS survivors of Columbine credit their faith

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Mission accomplished -- hockey player keeps the faith

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Volunteer pit crew keeps 500 Festival running

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Fallen son's mother outlines mental-health goals

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

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UND grad is hired as Italian translator

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Director to highlight services at Bluffs history center

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The CIO's widening world

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Student mixes military job, education

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Bedtime prayers for kids

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High school chooses distinguished alumni

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Woman files suit against preacher

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

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

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Attorneys deny undue LDS influence

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Vandals strike Red Bluff church

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LDS Church News headlines


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


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

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

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Internet and local resources simplify search for ancestors

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

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Atheist group challenges prayer in Utah council meetings

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LDS Church News headlines


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

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

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Handyman admits slayings

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

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

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Study elevates LDS women; Similar USA Today article

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Columbine survivors share experience

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Lee statue will go up, council says


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

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

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Evangelicals to join crowds on sidewalks

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

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Are Mormons conservative?

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Humor: Oprah Winfrey recognized as part of the Trinity