Lifestyle

Ballot 'selfies' now legal in Utah

Utah Election -2

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Governor Gary Herbert has signed a bill that makes it legal for people to snap pictures of themselves with their ballots. Republication Rep. John Knotwell, R-Herriman...

Faith

'Lost Apostles' of LDS Church discussed at Q&A

OGDEN — In early Mormonism, 12 men were appointed through revelation by the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Joseph Smith,...


Recreation

National parks have billions in delayed maintenance work

SALT LAKE CITY — The National Park Service is facing billions of dollars in delayed maintenance projects, including a $278 million backlog in Utah. The Salt...


Faith

Area churches announce Easter schedules

Area churches have planned a number of upcoming Holy Week services. The Parables of Jesus and a dramatic reading of “The Passion of Saint Mark” are...


Faith

Speaker: Bible predictions of the last days mirror history

OGDEN — Is the world changing in such a way that a new world order is coming to planet earth? Congregation members who attended Ogden’s Seventh-...


Faith

Historian talks of culture of food within Mormonism

OGDEN – Mormons have some pretty serious food traditions, and it’s not all about green Jell-O. Kate Holbrook, a historian for the LDS church, discussed...




Faith

There is a need for prayer

An autumn evening of 2001 at Weber State University saw a gathering of people. A few of them had a far away look in their eyes, some embraced; others were...


Profiles

Slavery taints global supply of seafood

BENJINA, Indonesia — The Burmese slaves sat on the floor and stared through the rusty bars of their locked cage, hidden on a tiny tropical island thousands of...


Faith

LDS members receive free accounts at AmericanAncestors.org

SALT LAKE CITY — FamilySearch, the family history brand of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has announced that church members now may receive...


Faith

Legal thriller by lawyer Julander flows best when it stays in

Top of Utah native Treg Julander, a lawyer of more than 20 years experience, and the son of retired Weber State University political science Professor Rod Julander,...


Faith

LDS Church launches Easter initiative

Easter celebrates the belief that Jesus Christ died and then lived again, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is starting a week-long initiative to...


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LDS Church launches Easter initiative

Easter celebrates the belief that Jesus Christ died and then lived again, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is starting a week-long initiative to...


Historian talks of culture of food within Mormonism

OGDEN – Mormons have some pretty serious food traditions, and it’s not all about green Jell-O. Kate Holbrook, a historian for the LDS church, discussed...