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Church summer camps take day care to next level

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Summer may mean no school, but for working parents, it is the age-old dilemma of determining what to do with their young children. Many churches in Top of Utah are serving those needs by taking

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Church summer camps take day care to next level

Summer may mean no school, but for working parents, it is the age-old dilemma of determining what to do with their young children. Many churches in Top of Utah


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Cultural celebration set for Ogden Temple dedication

OGDEN -- A tradition of a cultural celebration that has become a part of every Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple dedication in the past


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Sunstone symposium next week in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY – It’s Sunstone’s 40th anniversary and next week will mark the group’s 35th symposium in Salt Lake City. Sunstone is a group


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New collaboration makes finding pioneer ancestry easier

SALT LAKE CITY -- The Church History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced a collaborative effort between its Overland Travel


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Ogden Buddhist Church pleased at Obon Festival turnout

OGDEN -- The Ogden Buddhist Church was pleased with the turnout of last weekend's Obon Festival. Estimates are that 700 people attended the annual festival, 500 of


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Multi-media presentation will feature Christian music

NORTH SALT LAKE -- The public is invited to attend one of two free-will offering concerts featuring Greg and Glenda Bostock at either 9 a.m. or 11 a.m.


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170 years ago, preacher convinced many Christ was about to

I’m reading an uncorrected proof copy of “America 1844: Religious Fervor, Westward Expansion, and the Presidential Election that Transformed the


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Mount Olympus summit to close temporarily

SALT LAKE CITY — An iconic Utah hike will lack its scenic payoff this weekend as crews work to better define its steep and rocky summit. KSL-TV reports the U.


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Treasures: Why does this porcelain Nippon cup have a hole in the

Dear Helaine and Joe: I bought this mug/cup (?) at an estate sale. It is marked with an "M" inside a wreath and "Nippon." The thing that has me stumped is the


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Gardener: Keeping pests at bay starts at the garden center

I knew better but I did it anyway. The swarm of whiteflies was readily apparent on that certain variety of verbena that I was intent on purchasing. Unfortunately,


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Mount Olympus summit to close temporarily

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