Group wants Vermont towns to take stance on Utah Mormon developer's plan

Utopia in Vermont

A group formed to oppose a Mormon Utah businessman's plans for a massive development in central Vermont wants the area towns to take a stance on the project.


After 4 years and 6 brain surgeries, South Ogden woman staying optimistic

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Christine Jacobson is going on four years of fighting a mysterious infection that keeps reappearing in her head following a fall while skiing four years ago. Despite having to go through six brain surgeries and looking at more to come in the future, she remains optimistic that she is alive to serve...


17th annual Gospel Music Festival coming to Ogden's Weber State University

"Make a Joyful Noise" Gospel Music Festival

Organizers of the 17th annual Gospel Music Festival at Weber State University say their goal is to share the African-American sacred music experience. Gospel music is based on traditions that came out of slavery, they said. They believe this tradition has influenced popular music culture.


Volunteers sought for second ‘A Night to Shine’ special needs prom in Ogden

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You don’t have to have special needs to enjoy participating in an event for folks who do. Organizers of the Genesis Project’s second annual A Night to Shine event say those who volunteer to be dates for special needs participants or to help in other ways will not be sorry for their...

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Journalist vents over Mormon Church's relationship with the media

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Even simple yes/no questions of fact get a basic “No comment” from LDS Public Affairs.


Mormon Tabernacle Choir singer quits over Trump inaugural performance

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A member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir says she has resigned from the famed group over its decision to perform at next month's inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.


New book by Utah author tells story of 'little known' Mormon pioneer leader


Although Daniel H. Wells significantly influenced the early settling of Salt Lake City and the organization of the LDS religion coming West, author Quintin Wells said he’s fascinated with how the polygamous leader was able to keep peace in his family of seven wives and 37 children.


Episcopal Church deacon remembered for loud ways, quiet service

Pete Poggemeyer

The late Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd Deacon Lewis Eugene “Pete” Poggemeyer was affectionately known by his fellow parishioners as a loud person. But at his funeral, he was recognized for his quiet acts of service.


LDS Seventy Bruce Porter dies at 64

Elder Bruce Porter

Elder Bruce D. Porter most recently served as president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Europe East Area.


More than 17,000 sign petition for Mormon Tabernacle Choir to skip inauguration


More than 17,500 people have signed an online petition urging the Mormon Tabernacle Choir not to perform at President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration in January.

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