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A look at Utah women and suffrage as the 19th Amendment turns 95

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  Posted  Aug 26th - 10:01am

On Aug. 26, 1920, Congress passed the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, ratifying the right to vote for women.

Provo First Ward: a hidden gem in Historical Downtown Provo

Mairi McCloud  |  Posted  Aug 23rd - 11:59pm

A look at the history and the architectural features of a craftsman era chapel built in Provo in the 1920s.

Worldwide indexing volunteers increase international records

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Aug 22nd - 4:01pm

After a worldwide, weeklong effort to index records through FamilySearch, participants increased 89 percent of the non-English indexing activity.

LDS Church to reopen, dedicate site where priesthood was restored

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Aug 20th - 8:21pm

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is reopening and dedicating the site where the priesthood was restored.

Women to join key, leading LDS Church councils

Tad Walch  |  Posted  Aug 18th - 10:35pm

In a series of Facebook posts Tuesday evening, LDS Church leaders announced that three women's leaders will join important church councils, giving women a significant, permanent, official voice in leadership.

'Saturday's Warrior' creator to adapt original play to film

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Aug 18th - 8:29pm

More than 40 years after "Saturday's Warrior" premiered on stage, Lex de Azevedo is adapting his work to the big screen.

LDS Church breaks ground on St. George FamilySearch Library

Ben Dowsett  |  Posted  Aug 15th - 2:45pm

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints broke ground Saturday on the first-of-its kind St. George FamilySearch Library.

UVU students win $10,000 for faith-promoting video

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Aug 14th - 8:13pm

Utah Valley University students Austin Bagley and Hayden Manwaring recently won $10,000 for their faith-promoting video, "Turn On Your Light."

LDS Church breaks ground on Cedar City temple

Sam Penrod  |  Posted  Aug 8th - 7:32pm

With the ceremonial turning of the shovel, construction is officially underway in Cedar City on what will become The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' 17th temple in Utah.

Jordan River Temple to be renovated, rededicated

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Aug 7th - 6:14pm

The Jordan River Temple is slated to close for extensive renovation in February 2016 and will remain closed through the later part of 2017.

100K worldwide expected to participate in indexing event

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Aug 5th - 12:35pm

FamilySearch anticipates at least 100,000 people will volunteer for its second annual Worldwide Indexing Event, which will help family history researchers make millions of discoveries.

Utah man purchases early Brigham Young home in New York

Ashley Kewish  |  Posted  Aug 4th - 10:29pm

Richard Lambert considers himself a lover of history, and now he owns a piece for himself. He recently purchased an early home of Brigham Young in New York.

LDS Church releases more documents from Joseph Smith, church founding

Josh Furlong  |  Posted  Aug 4th - 6:57pm

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released new documents surrounding the translation of the Book of Mormon Tuesday.

Special Olympics: Largest service project in LDS Church's history

Carole Mikita  |  Posted  Jul 31st - 8:47pm

Over 10,000 volunteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are participating in the biggest service project in the Church's history: helping out at this year's Special Olympics. They join people of many faiths and community organizations to welcome and provide for the athletes in the largest sporting event in the world this year.

Infographic shows progress of LDS temples being constructed

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Jul 30th - 8:20am

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is currently constructing 12 temples around the world, and a recently updated infographic shows the progress of the magnificent buildings.

Pew study shows diversity of US religions

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Jul 29th - 8:44am

A recent analysis of data gleaned from a 2014 Pew Research Center study shows that nationwide, religious groups vary largely in regards to their diversity.

Utah man rebuilds pioneer-era grist mill to honor heritage

Sam Penrod  |  Posted  Jul 24th - 6:40pm

Preserving Utah's pioneer history is the goal of the American Fork chapter of the Sons of the Utah Pioneers.

Quiz: How much do you know about the Mormon pioneers?

Megan Marsden Christensen and Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  Posted  Jul 24th - 8:06am

Many Utahns enthusiastically celebrate the 24th of July, but that doesn't mean they know everything about the Mormon pioneers. Take this quiz to determine how much you know about the pioneers.

Mormon Tabernacle Choir announces first European tour in 18 years

Trent Toone  |  Posted  Jul 23rd - 10:43pm

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square will be headed to Europe next summer for a three-week, eight-city tour with announced performances in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands and France.

BYU Education Week to offer messages of hope

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Jul 23rd - 8:32am

This year's BYU Campus Education Week will offer a message of hope in the 1,000 classes offered on marriage and family, health, finance and more.