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BYU research predicts path of lost hikers

by BYU News | Opinions & Features

The next time a Boy Scout is lost in the wilderness, search and rescue teams could have better statistics o...

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Global disasters impact Church members

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

Members in various parts of the world have been impacted by a variety of natural disasters. While many have...

Gilgal Garden celebrates 10 years as a public park

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

A decade after it became a public park, Gilgal Garden is flourishing. The stone sculptures in this art park...

'Most influential Christian conservative thinker' George joins Deseret News board

by Deseret News | News from Utah

In his dialogue "Gorgias," the philosopher Plato questions the motives for debate, asking if individuals ar...

Moral sensibility and Providence

by By Common Consent | Best of LDS Blogs

I took my oldest camping last night for her daddy-daughter activity. We ended up in a canyon we didn’t know...

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An Adopted Linebacker With an Unlikely Story

by Wall Street Journal | Saints & Sports

Bryan Kehl leans back, smiles and says his dad has always been a "storyteller." He wraps exaggerated finger...

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Elder Richard G. Scott praises family, home as pillars of happiness

by Deseret News | What We Believe

Two vital pillars in God's plan of happiness are the family and the home, the significance of which is unde...

LDS Church in Poland has had long, hard journey

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

The status of the LDS Church in Poland can best be described as ironic — a start dating back to the late 19...

BYU: It is time to choose a quarterback

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

The two-headed BYU quarterback experiment got exposed Saturday before a sellout crowd in Falcon Stadium. Bu...

Parable of the Grape Tree

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

The shock on her face was visible. My oldest daughter (age 5) burst into the kitchen shouting her discovery...