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Cool History - Booker T. Washington in Salt Lake City

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Booker T. Washington, born into slavery on a Virginia plantation in 1856, had gone on to a brilliant career...

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Legislator calls on LDS Church to help expand charity care in Utah

by The Examiner | News from Utah

During House debate on HB391 which prohibits the governor or the Utah Department of Health from expanding M...

Small fire at BYU museum extension quickly extinguished (+video)

by Deseret News | Everything Else

A small fire caused minimal damage at a construction site on BYU's campus Monday. The Monte L. Bean Life Sc...

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Mormonism in the News: Getting It Right | March 12

by Newsroom Blog | What They're Saying About "Us"

Globe Gazette (Iowa): Mormons’ faith is centered on Jesus Christ The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day S...

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Why sometimes it's okay to give up on your dreams

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Best of LDS Blogs

Last night my EC and I gathered the boys and watched the movie "Chasing Mavericks." It was a surfing movie ...

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Designer restores likely Oliver Cowdery photograph

by News.lds.org | Everything Else

A rare photographic portrait likely of early Church leader Oliver Cowdery, discovered in the Library of Con...

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Biographies of New Mission Presidents Starting July 2013

by News.lds.org | Official Church Info

The First Presidency has recently called the following couples as new mission presidents and their wives. T...

The Myths of Small Families

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

I grew up in a family with five kids. Large by non-LDS standards, but still medium sized to those in the ch...

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BYU ranked fourth most ‘stress-inducing’ school in U.S.

by The Daily Universe | Everything Else

A College Magazine article attempted to name the “most competitive, challenging and stress-inducing” school...

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New book released from President Eyring: 'Choose Higher Ground'

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

Life is supposed to be an upward climb. That’s one lesson that President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor i...