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Chad Lewis, Tedy Bruschi, Jeff Fisher to climb Kilimanjaro

by Deseret News

Tedy Bruschi started his training for Mount Kilimanjaro by working out on the stair-climber and treadmill i...


Marie Osmond remarries first husband

by CBS News | Mormons We Know

(CBS) Marie Osmond remarried first husband Stephen Craig on Wednesday, and her wedding dress was her "somet...


NBA Draft 2011: 10 Bold Predictions for Jimmer Fredette's Career as a Pro

by Bleacher Report | Mormons We Know Saints & Sports

Jimmer Fredette is garnering more attention than any other prospect in the upcoming 2011 NBA Draft.  B...


Las Vegas youth conference serves others with "Senior Prom"

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

The youth of the Las Vegas Nevada Stake brought a whole new meaning to the term “Senior Prom” during their ...


Jimmer Fredette signs with Octagon for agency

by Deseret News | Mormons We Know Saints & Sports

BYU guard Jimmer Fredette, the consensus national player of the year, has selected an agent. Fredette has a...


Huntsman forms federal PAC in possible step toward WH bid

by Salt Lake Tribune | Mormons We Know

Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. has launched a federal political action committee, taking a big step towa...


From 1611 to 2011, King James Version of Bible blesses lives

by Newsroom | Opinions & Features

The King James Version of the Bible, which celebrates its 400th anniversary today, is the official English ...

Today in the Bloggernacle: Stoic faces of bishopric members and Mother's Day gifts

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Mother’s Day: Mother’s Day is fast approaching. Do you have gifts for the mothers in your life? If not, don...


Cleanup after Alabama tornado an interfaith effort

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Less than four days after a tornado ripped through the area and after a short 7 a.m. sacrament meeting on t...


Tornadoes knock out power in Alabama but not spirit of service

by Deseret News | Everything Else

As May 1 came and went, several hundred thousand people were still without power in Alabama, primarily in t...