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October 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (10 Stories)

KSL looking to feature local start-ups

04/05/2014 9:58am
KSL is looking for Utah-based start-ups to be part of a showcase on May 19.

LDS Church, Red Cross join to provide extra community support

04/05/2014 12:56pm
The LDS Church wants to offer 200 of its members as volunteers to the Red Cross this year to assist with community programs and disaster response efforts.

Mormon leader outlines opposition to gay marriage

04/05/2014 2:22pm
A top Mormon leader reiterated the church's opposition to gay marriage Saturday during the church's biannual general conference.

Mother realizes childhood dream of singing in Mormon Tabernacle Choir

04/05/2014 6:27pm
Leisa Higbee knew at the age of 8 that she wanted to sing for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. After seemingly countless challenges keeping her from that dream, Higbee reached her goal right before the age cut off.

South Jordan police seek man for robbing Walgreen's of medications

04/05/2014 6:28pm
Police are looking for a man suspected of robbing Walgreen's of various medications in South Jordan Saturday.

Robber sought in Zions Bank heist

04/05/2014 6:38pm
Police are looking for a man who robbed a Zions Bank in South Jordan Friday afternoon.

Women seeking priesthood march again to Temple Square

04/05/2014 8:06pm
A group of just more than 200 women and their male supporters gathered in downtown Salt Lake City Saturday then walked together to Temple Square seeking admission to the male gathering of priesthood holders at LDS general conference.

1078 Foundation holds fundraiser for deputies shot on duty

04/05/2014 9:36pm
Two months after two Utah County deputies were shot in the line of duty, volunteers held a fundraiser Saturday to support them and their families.

184th Annual LDS General Conference opens

04/05/2014 10:27pm
No new temples were announced Saturday, but new leaders were sustained and messages included encouragement for members to stand up for their beliefs.

90-year-old World War II veteran gets surprise ceremony of honor

04/05/2014 10:45pm
Saturday was a historic day for the Gardner family as World War II veteran Joseph Max Gardner received a string of awards he'll never forget.
 
   
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