Daily Archives: January 30, 2015

Idaho legislative panel halts gay protections bill

BOISE, Idaho — Idaho lawmakers voted to halt a bill that would create protections for gay and lesbian people Thursday, siding with the concerns of religious freedom supporters.

Idaho legislative panel halts gay protections bill

Park in Eagle Mountain renamed in Sgt. Wride’s honor

EAGLE MOUNTAIN — It’s been one year exactly since she lost her husband, the love of her life.

Park in Eagle Mountain renamed in Sgt. Wride’s honor

BYU autism conference offers help

PROVO — There is a no-man’s land in which a child is no longer a child, but has yet to become an adult.

BYU autism conference offers help

Utah officials disappointed that Romney is sitting out 2016

SALT LAKE CITY — Mitt Romney’s announcement Friday that he will not seek the presidency in 2016 has led to disappointment for many in his adopted state of Utah.

Utah officials disappointed that Romney is sitting out 2016

Solo se halló ADN del fiscal argentino Nisman en el arma que lo mató

Nisman recibió sepultura ayer en el cementerio de La Tablada, a las afueras de Buenos Aires

Solo se halló ADN del fiscal argentino Nisman en el arma que lo mató

Asesinadas por “brujas”

Cientos de mujeres son asesinadas en Tanzania acusadas de brujería. Muchas víctimas son ancianas o propietarias de tierras

Asesinadas por “brujas”

Construction of Rome Italy LDS Temple to resume

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued the following statement Thursday regarding the Rome Italy Temple in response to media requests:

Construction of Rome Italy LDS Temple to resume

LDS Church announces presidents of new and reorganized stakes

A new stake has been created from the Fort Smith Arkansas, Springdale Arkansas, Tulsa Oklahoma East, and Tulsa Oklahoma Stakes. The Bartlesville Oklahoma Stake, which includes the Pawhuska and…

LDS Church announces presidents of new and reorganized stakes

Restored photos give new look to LDS church history

In 1845 in Nauvoo, Illinois, Willard Richards recorded something in his journal similar to this: “I went with my wife to Lucien R. Foster’s studio on Parley and Hyde Street to have our image m…

Restored photos give new look to LDS church history

Application process begins for Hales’ council seat

PROVO — Applications are being accepted to fill the municipal council seat that was vacated at the death of former council member Stephen Hales.

Application process begins for Hales’ council seat