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Mormons build giant mall designed to 'last for 100 years'

by Wall Street Journal | News from Utah

In the heart of this western capital's downtown, the Mormon church and mall owner Taubman Centers Inc. are ...

SPONSORED: Joseph Smith Papers project releases first <i>Histories</i> volume

by LDS Living | Arts & Entertainment

The Joseph Smith Papers Project is a collection of primary Joseph Smith documents that is invaluable to Ame...


Caucuses attracting extra attention this year due to LDS Church encouragement

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

A tiny percentage of Utah voters usually attend political party caucuses. But voters are being prodded to g...

LDS bishop accepts plea deal for failure to report abuse

by The Daily Herald | Everything Else

LDS bishop Amado Rojas stood silently beside his attorney Monday morning, then walked out only minutes late...


Mormon Media Observer: Enough with the Mormon stereotypes

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Each week, it seems that someone in the mainstream press writes something about the church that is annoying...


Study abroad program in England put me on a quest to discover my ancestors

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Editor's note: This week Mormon Times shares stories from staffers' and contributors' family history whethe...


Researching Family History: Genealogy is more than just a hobby

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

There is a great deal of excitement and a certain urgency among people in recent years to do their genealog...


Old Mormon Fort offers glimpse into the past

by The Spectrum | Opinions & Features

Let’s face it — most people don’t visit Las Vegas to see historic old forts. Many of you have probably driv...


Gallup: Provo-Orem, Utah most optimistic US city

by Gallup | News from Utah

While the vast majority of Americans express satisfaction about the community or area where they live, resi...

A Doggie Would A-Tractin’ Go, Mm-hmm, Mm-hmm

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

President Charles A. Callis used to tell a story about the day missionary work went to the dogs, or at leas...